If there’s one thing Plymouth does well, it’s giving a warm welcome – especially when six fundraising celebrities have to take shelter in the middle of a storm. An all-star crew are attempting to sail around the UK in five days as part of this year’s Sport Relief but severe gales forced them to make […]
Plymouth businesses are being urged to help Make a Difference for Mayflower 400 as the city gears up for the momentous commemorations in 2020. A rallying call is being issued to business of all shapes and sizes to get stuck in and make a difference to their own business, to the look and feel of […]
Royal Parade has now been closed on a temporary basis to traffic as a safety precaution following the damage to the Big Screen earlier this afternoon. Bus companies are currently making arrangements for alternative locations to drop off and pick up passengers who would normally use the bus stops along Royal Parade. As there are […]
More than 200 people attended a conference to celebrate and showcase the groundbreaking work that has taken place to join up health and social care services across the South West Peninsular. The Integration: Making It Real Conference was held at Plymouth University on Monday 7 March 2016. The event was organised in partnership by the […]
The inbound side of Plymouth Road is being closed due to a fallen tree. The closure will run from the entrance to Plumb Center and is expected to be in place for four to five hours.
We have cordoned off the area around the Big Screen in the City Centre and will shortly be closing Royal Parade to keep the public safe. We have made the bus companies aware and they will make their own arrangements for passengers. We currently have staff on site, but it is still too windy to […]
After months of hard work a forgotten piece of scrubland has been turned back into allotments and has welcomed its very first tenants. The site on land at the back of Channel Park Avenue in Efford has been brought back into use as part of a Community Landshare Scheme. It’s been a real community project […]