Tag Archives : Sue Dann


Work starts on Efford Playing Pitches

A much-needed makeover of Higher Efford Playing Pitches has begun. Contractor Agripower is now on site with heavy machinery to transform the tired facilities and ensure that they are fit for future generations. As part of the work, the two current junior surfaces will be fitted with better drainage whilst the disused field at the […]

Councillor Sue Dann, Cabinet member for the Environment and Street Scene, with (l-r) Agripower's Kevin Boyes and Efford ward councillors Pauline Murphy, Neil Hendy and Brian Vincent

Help keep our air clean – don’t burn any old rubbish

Don’t burn any old rubbish on your land – or allow others to do it, you could end up out of pocket. That’s the message following a prosecution in magistrates yesterday of a landowner who burnt building waste on his property. A Hartley man pleaded guilty to an offence under the Environmental Protection Act 1990. […]


Born to be wild

This challenge is sure to bring out your inner wild child. Kids (and kids at heart) across the city will be learning all about nature. Plymouth City Council’s Active Neighbourhood’s project has teamed up with the RSPB for its Wild Challenge. The RSPB and ALDI Wild Challenge is a national campaign made up of fun […]


Get down to the Jam

The Central Park Skate Park is set to officially re-open in style. Having been revamped and extended over the past few months, regular users of the park got wheels-to-concrete at the made over park for the first time in June. But now skaters, riders and scooters are being encouraged to hone their skills ahead of […]


Community Sports Hub plans submitted

Plans have been submitted for Central Park’s new Community Sports Hub and tennis courts. Situated in the heart of the park on the site of current bowling pavilion, the hub will complement the current bowling greens as well as the refurbished sports plateau by adding changing rooms, accessible toilets and storage facilities; opening up the […]


Partners in Plymouth join forces for week of action on plastics

Organisations across Plymouth are working together to tackle the issue of single use plastics and plastic pollution, with a week of action taking place from 1 – 8 June 2018. Environment Plymouth, the National Marine Aquarium and Plymouth City Council are just some of the organisations getting involved with the week, which includes a series […]


Teat’s Hill to open with community event

A unique Plymouth play park is celebrating a recent makeover with an event for all of the family. Teat’s Hill in Coxside has benefitted from a new amphitheatre and improved play facilities as part of an ongoing programme across the city. To celebrate, the Council will be hosting an event at the park from 11am […]

The view from the park at Teat's Hill