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This festival, better known as ‘Deanery Day’, has been running since at least the 1930s. Belltowers in the deanery are opened up for the day, and all bellringing teams in the deanery have an open invitation to ring at any or all of the towers... more

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A good vintage in 2018 In my previous articles, the focus has flexed between the merits of new concepts in wine development, grape varieties with unpronounceable names, and wine trends… but always a mention of the latest vintage. Well, it is in... more

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Book Review From a Low and Quiet Sea by Donal Ryan Published by Doubleday:  £12.99 Long-listed for this year's Man Booker Prize, this is a compact tour de force from Irish writer Donal Ryan which takes us from the desperate straits of a middle... more

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Dom Moore

After months of negotiations, Plymouth Arts Centre can announce that the future of our unique independent cinema is secure and will relocate to a new home and double in size. A new 118-seat auditorium is to be built in Plymouth College of Art... more

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Constant as the World” is a new solo tour from singer, pianist and composer Helen Porter.  Helen will present a performance of her own songs and piano solos, reflecting the vagaries of our present world and interspersed with timeless classics by Cole more

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