Elliott’s Store Success Huge Congratulations are in order for the team of volunteers involved in the preservation and ongoing use of Elliott’s Store in Lower Fore Street. Led by Gerry Sweet, they have worked tirelessly for the last three years with the support of the museum development officer for Cornwall to achieve accredited museum status. […]

Loving homes sought for bunny boys Woodside Animal Sanctuary based in Elfordleigh, think they may have seven of the most unlucky baby bunnies. Six weeks on from their arrival the seven brothers are still looking for new homes. Having come from a home where they were too many to cope with, the brothers arrived at […]

£22m plan for Fort Bovisand Restoration plans get the go ahead for Fort Bovisand An ambitious project to restore the historic Fort Bovisand site has been given the green light by South Hams District Council and Historic England. “After owning Fort Bovisand for more than a decade we finally have agreement to a set of […]

Disability team are an absolute credit to Argyle By Chris Girdler, Publisher of the Plymouth Magazine Like thousands of Plymouth Argyle supporters I was really looking forward to the start of the new season back in League One. But just days before our first home match against much-fancied Charlton Athletic I ended up in A&E […]

Volunteers wage war on litter A new initiative has been launched in St Budeaux out of the good citizenship of a local citizen. Andy Blackwell has lived in Saltash Passage for 10 years now and regularly walked his dog around the area, picking up rubbish he felt was dangerous or unsightly. Although she is no […]

Top award from Michelin Guide for Carew Arms Who would have known that in a little over a year of trading, The Carew Arms in Antony would have been included in the Michelin Guide 2018 as a Regional Standout, as well as being recommended in the Good Pub Guide and hold their Award for both […]

Making the community safer Burraton Community Association has followed the example of other organisations in Saltash by providing lifesaving equipment at its community centre. The management committee felt that as the centre was used by so many community members of all ages and possible vulnerabilities, it would provide an additional service by installing a potentially […]

Fiona creates an Aladdin’s cave of beautiful accessories in Peverell A brilliant new shop has just opened on Trelawney Road in Peverell. Located on the junction of two roads, the entrance is actually on Barn Park Road. Many readers may remember it as Celebrities Hair Salon, but now it has been transformed into an Aladdin’s […]

Be scam aware and know what you’ve signed up for Scams by con artists have cost Plymouth residents around £600,000 in recent years and Plymouth City Council’s Trading Standards is working with Citizens Advice to raise awareness of consumer rights. The figure is revealed as we mark National Consumer Week (27 November to 1 December […]

Central Park gets further £2.6m boost Central Park improvements move into second phase. The second phase of improvements to Central Park have been approved with a further £2.6 million worth of funding. Since the scheme was announced in April, Plymouth City Council has been consulting residents on the plans for the park and have started […]

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