Tag Archives : parks


‘Serve-ay’ for tennis players in Plymouth

Tennis players of all ages and abilities are being asked for their thoughts on tennis courts in parks across the city. Plymouth City Council is working with the Lawn Tennis Association on plans to encourage people to pick up a racket and play more often. The two organisations have paired up to work together to […]


Final flag raised in Hoe Garden public art project

The third in a series of flags celebrating Edward Stanley Gibbons, the Plymouth-born founder of the renowned Stanley Gibbons stamp business, will be raised in the Hoe Garden this afternoon. The flags are the brainchild of artist Joanna Brinton, who won a public art commission from the Council (supported by Plymouth Culture) to showcase local artists […]


Have fun and make a difference to your parks, nature reserves and wildlife sites

Do you want to have fun and help make a difference to Plymouth’s parks, nature reserves and wildlife sites? A range of events are taking place across the city over the Easter holidays aimed at families. Councillor Brian Vincent, Cabinet Member for the Environment for Plymouth City Council said: “These are great events for all […]


City to Sea project is runner-up for Grow Wild England flagship site

Plymouth’s City to Sea project has been named as a runner-up for the Grow Wild England flagship site, after a four-week voting campaign that saw nearly 65,000 votes cast. Led by Plymouth City Council, the City to Sea project aimed to reinvigorate the city centre with a striking kilometre-long wild flower corridor and over 12,500 […]