OM Blog Post

29th May 2019

Marina makes a splash with an abundance of waterside activities

This summer, dive into a vibrant calendar of waterside events at Royal William Yard. A focal point within Plymouth’s historic Royal William Yard, the bustling marina […]
29th May 2019

Slide into the Summer at Royal William Yard

Celebrate the return of summer as the Royal William Yard’s award-winning Good Food Market makes its welcome return on Sunday 2nd June. As well as sampling […]
17th May 2019

National Marine Aquarium challenges visitors to become Ocean Heroes this May Half Term

The National Marine Aquarium is gearing up for a week of challenges this May Half Term, giving visitors the chance to get involved in the battle […]
7th May 2019

The REAL LIVING WAGE not only changes lives it makes our businesses better. Here’s why:

The UK is home to three million children deemed to be in poverty, 70% of these come from working families. Theresa May declares every week that “work is […]
29th April 2019

Ivybridge Leisure Centre is transformed by huge £5.9 million investment

Community encouraged to try the new gym, studio, café and other facilities with free day pass A major investment of £5.9 million has been transforming Ivybridge […]
18th April 2019

Guide Dogs appeal for volunteers in Plymouth

There are around 2 million people living with sight loss in the UK. Guide Dogs aims to support people with a visual impairment to keep their […]
17th April 2019

Squiggly Wiggly Giant Squid splashes back to Royal William Yard for the Summer

One of Royal William Yard’s largest and most famous residents is set to make a big splash again this summer, with the Squiggly Wiggly Giant Squid […]
16th April 2019

Plymouth Young Carers treated to Ocean-themed fun at National Marine Aquarium

Young carers in Plymouth are being given the chance to take a break and connect with our Ocean here in the city thanks to a new […]
4th April 2019

Knife crime: Social ventures can help repair the damage austerity has left behind

Written by Benjamin Stein Whitleigh is a small district in Plymouth that I walk through most nights after work. Last month, it was the location of a […]