Daily Archives: 22/07/2016


Help shape a fitting plan for sports and leisure

The super fit, the gentle joggers and those whose gym days ended at school are all being asked to help plan sports and facilities across Plymouth, South Hams and West Devon. Plymouth City Council, South Hams District and West Devon Borough Councils are teaming up to work on a new sports and leisure facilities plan […]


More jobs on cards as Langage expands

Up to 100 jobs could be created in Plymouth, thanks to a proposed expansion of the Council-owned Langage Business Park. The Council is taking a pro-active approach and is to invest £3.2 million in the second phase of the park, creating commercial space ready for businesses to move into. Phase 1 was completed earlier this […]


Have you joined the Library Conversation?

Have you had your say on Plymouth’s libraries yet? More than 1,400 people have already joined our Library Conversation but we want to hear from as many people as possible. It’s an open and honest chat about the city’s libraries, how they are used and how they can be developed for the future. You could […]


34A bus inside the Royal William Yard

Take the bus into the Royal William Yard

Visitors to the Royal William Yard will be able to take a bus right into the heart of the historic waterfront site from Sunday 24 July. Citybus service 34A will be going through the main gate all day, every day so whether you are heading out for a meal, enjoying evening drinks with friends, going […]


Summer swimming safety schemes get underway

It’s hoped more Plymouth children than ever before will be water confident this summer. The Council’s Second Chance to Swim scheme is back along with the ASA and RNLI’s Swim Safe water safety scheme. Second Chance to Swim ensures that any child who didn’t learn to swim during their primary school intensive swimming programme gets […]


More than 200 people attend Veterans Jobs Fair

A jobs fair for Armed Forces Veterans in Plymouth was a great success, with more than 230 people attending the event. The jobs fair, which was organised by the Armed Forces Corporate Covenant, which is coordinated by Plymouth City Council, had around 50 stands from local employers across the city. The jobs fair provided opportunities […]