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27th October 2021

SONGLINES: TRACKING THE SEVEN SISTERS

The world’s oldest continuing culture comes to Plymouth   TICKETS £10 (£7.50 CONCESSIONS / FREE FOR UNDER 18S) FIRST VISIT FREE FOR PLYMOUTH RESIDENTS   “A […]
29th September 2021

NATIONAL CURRY WEEK (4th – 10th OCTOBER)

The nations love for curry is something that will never slow down or become unpopular which is why we have made a whole week dedicated to […]
28th July 2021

Plymouth Gin

We all talk about visiting wine orchards in France and the Guinness brewery in Dublin, but to taste one of the world’s best-loved gins, you just […]
28th July 2021

International Beer Day

Annually on the first Friday in August, we raise a glass to celebrate International Beer Day! The end of summer is looming but the start of […]
25th September 2019

The History of Halloween

Halloween is celebrated on 31st of October every year across the world, but how did it begin? Where did it begin? And how is it celebrated […]
31st May 2017

Plymouth’s Lighthouse History

Everyone knows of the iconic Smeaton’s Tower standing proud on Plymouth Hoe, but did you know that it is the third of four Eddystone Lighthouses? These […]
7th January 2016

History Runs Deep in Devon

It may seem hard to believe, but some of the most important and influential figures in the history of Great Britain came from Devon. They have […]