Daily Archives: 18/03/2016


New toilets opening on Plymouth’s waterfront

New toilets are being opened on Plymouth’s waterfront this week as part of a programme to replace or refurbish facilities. Refurbished toilets at Devil’s Point will be reopened – just in time for the Easter holidays – following the demolition of a rather dated block, believed to have been built in 1960s. The uninviting concrete […]


Council supports more than 2000 people into employment

In the last two years more than 2,000 people have been helped back into work or an apprenticeship in Plymouth. In June 2014 the City Council pledged to support 2,000 more people into work or an apprenticeship, and working through the award winning and successful 1000 Club this ambitious target has been reached. Council Leader […]


Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s superheroes at the Lord Mayor’s Festival

Superheroes will be taking to the streets of Plymouth as part of a new look Lord Mayor’s Festival this year. Batmen, women, boys and girls, together with Wonder Women and Supermen, will be creating a Marvel-lous mix as part of a new look family event to welcome the new Lord Mayor into their role. Plymouth […]


11 is heaven for Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery

Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery has been awarded VisitEngland’s ‘Quality Assured Visitor Attraction’ accreditation for the 11th time in a row. The Museum was recently inspected by an assessor for the Visitor Attraction Quality Assurance Scheme (VAQAS) and was described as ‘very professionally set out and managed with many excellent and varied exhibits and […]