Fabulous food and a relaxed atmosphere on the menu at Fletcher’s Just a couple of months after opening Fletcher’s restaurant on the edge of Plymouth city centre, talented young chef Fletcher Andrews is already taking on more kitchen staff and planning to extend day-time opening hours. He’s also introducing new dishes to the menu – […]

Sustainable style at a snip supports compassionate care With an estimated £140million of used clothing being sent to landfill each year in the UK*, one of the city’s best-loved charities has joined forces with talented students to show that buying outfits second hand not only boosts our wardrobes and wallets but benefits the world at […]

Dress your rooms to impress, with beautiful soft furnishings from The Window Dresser Two of Plymouth’s home interior businesses have come together to create an all-in-one bespoke service under one roof. Marie Hewitt Interiors has purchased The Window Dresser, the long-established made-to-measure curtains and blinds retail shop and workroom in Molesworth Road, Millbridge. For customers, […]

Fresh Challenge for Darren as new era dawns for city centre estate agent One of Plymouth’s most instantly recognisable and respected estate agencies is about to enter a new era – led by a managing director who knows he is lucky to be alive to witness it happen.     Mansbridge Balment Plymouth has been re-named Lawson […]

Villagers turn out in force for lights switch-on Children paraded with their lanterns from Cawsand Square to the Maker-With-Rame Community Hall, where villagers gathered for the annual switchingon of the Christmas lights. The lights are funded throughout the year by coffee mornings and donations. This year, all the children taking part were given a numbered […]

Rame Gig Club members compete in Italy and Bermuda Rame Gig Club recently had an international feel for some members with trips to Italy and Bermuda. Italy: Two crews travelled to Italy to take part in the Second European Fixed Seat Championships on Lake Comabbio. The main obstacle they had to overcome were the different […]

Town Council is set to take over library Torpoint Town Council has taken a step forward in securing the future of the town’s library by agreeing to enter into talks with Cornwall Council about taking over management of the Fore Street building. Following a briefing session and subsequent council meeting in November councillors unanimously agreed […]

Reading: A Hobby For Life It’s always a pleasant surprise to see how our neck of the woods attracts so many famous names in the literary and artistic world. Recently we were lucky enough to catch Joanna Trollope, author of over twenty best selling novels, in conversation at Calstock Arts. Joanna writes extensively about the […]

Give your house a treat with these colourful plants By Derek Anderson & Fiona Newton of Plymouth Garden Centre We are writing this in late November so hope you all have a lovely Christmas and plan to stick to your New Year’s resolutions – that’s if you made any! What a challenging gardening year it […]

Cruise website launched with great exclusive offers There is no doubt the one sector of the travel industry that is growing faster than any other is cruising. Over the past four years demand for cruising has increased by over 20 per cent compared with a minimal increase in other sectors. This demand has been fuelled […]

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