Features

Plymouth Arts Cinema has released details of its November – December programme, with new films including ‘On The Rocks’, starring Bill Murray and Rashida Jones, Ben Wheatley’s adaptation of ‘Rebecca’, French Film Festival, and ‘I Am Greta’. Read more

You can watch MED's latest play, Daughters of Sunset, online for £5 - for details go to https://www.medtheatre.co.uk/projects/daughters-of-sunset-2020 Read more

Thousands of independent businesses are coming together to highlight their contribution to the great British high street and Plymouth is taking part. Read more

Community News

The history of TAVISTOCK Goose Fair is part of the fabric of the town and, for the first time in living memory, the event will not be taking place. Tavistock BID has been working with all the businesses of the town to put on a promotion in its plac Read more

Community News

Tickets now on sale for Rosemoor Glow 2020 Read more

Plymouth’s brand-new £46 million visitor attraction is now open from 10am to 5pm, Tuesday to Sunday - and it's well-worth a visit! The Box is the largest multi-disciplinary arts and heritage space to open in the UK in 2020. Read more

Community News

It is with regret that due to the tightening of restrictions as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, the cancellation of the 2020 Agrifest South West Event has today been confirmed. Read more

In June 2020, A Shore Thing’s crew of four rowers - Susan Douglass, Anya Anstey, Charity Phillips and Rebecca Mingo - will set out on an epic adventure, covering 500 miles from London’s Tower Bridge to Land’s End as part of the GB Row Challenge. We Read more

On the south-east corner of Dartmoor, at Buckfastleigh, in a disused limestone quarry lies one of the historical gems of South Devon. It’s hard to imagine hyenas, elephants, rhinoceros, lions and hippopotamuses, to name just a few, wandering along t Read more

Girl, Woman, Other by Bernadine Evaristo Tracking the experiences of 12 characters, spread over time and place but all linked together in some way, Evaristo defiantly unpacks and dissolves the idea of the 'single story’ so often placed onto black peo Read more

Book Reviews

Plymouth businesses urged to prepare for new NHS COVID-19 app Plymouth businesses are being urged to download QR code posters that work with the new NHS Test and Trace app in time to meet new Government regulations. Businesses and venues have to di Read more

Business News

Mount Kelly is the product of the merger, in 2014, between two prestigious former Tavistock schools, Mount House and Kelly College. Mount Kelly, the new school, has since gone from strength to strength with new facilities, stronger academic provision Read more

Education

The Plough Arts Centre, in conjunction with North Devon Hospice, brings you fantastic entertainment from the many well-known artists who've played at The Plough, recorded just for you! Read more

Eleanor Ludgate has published a beautiful hardback book, full of reproductions of her exquisite watercolours. Read more

Devon County Show Crafts and Gardens team present 90 stems to former steward to mark her 90th birthday. Read more

SAMA  2020 Ride of Respect Falkland Isle A team of three veterans on motor bikes are covering the whole of the UK from Whitley Bay as far south as Buckland Monachorum where they held a service around the commonwealth grave of Cpl Jeremy Smith RM... Read more

Community News

Don’t be complacent about COVID-19, it’s right here in Plymouth, right now - that’s the joint message from the city’s director of public health Dr Ruth Harrell and the leader of Plymouth City Council, Councillor Tudor Evans OBE. Read more

Community News

Mount Kelly pupils have followed recent A Level success with another outstanding set of GCSE results. 50% of all grades awarded were 9-7, almost twice the national figure, and over 99% of all candidates were awarded 9-4. Almost 20% of Mount Kelly pup Read more

Education

Buckfast Abbey’s innovative education team are taking their mental health initiatives online to the nation, with the launch of a virtual wellbeing festival available to primary school pupils across the UK. Called the Take 5 Festival, it’s already... Read more

Education

Following a dramatic increase in fly-camping, Dartmoor National Park Authority is taking decisive action to protect public health, wildlife and nature. The Authority has introduced powers under the Dartmoor Commons Act (1985) to stop large numbers Read more

Community News

Series of interviews with local businesses during lockdown

Here are some fantastic films celebrating our area and people