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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 […]
1st April 2019

Children at Sherford school celebrate World Book Day donation from Taylor Wimpey

Children at Sherford Vale School will soon be able to enjoy reading a collection of new books thanks to a donation from Taylor Wimpey. The homebuilder […]
28th March 2019

Dartmoor Zoo welcomes two lionesses

African lionesses, Kimya and Nikita, are welcomed to Dartmoor Zoo Family attraction, Dartmoor Zoo, has welcomed two lionesses from Longleat Safari Park. Ten-year-old sisters, Kimya and […]
26th March 2019

OM Magazine, Issue 123, April 2019

26th March 2019

Business Profile: Shapla Balti Cuisine

Read Shapla Balti Cuisine’s Business Profile in our magazine on pages 24-25, or keep scrolling to read below: Let us introduce to you Mr Moshahid Ali […]
26th March 2019

Business Profile: Kenmare HR

View KenmareHR’s Business Profile in our magazine on pages 30-31, or keep scrolling to read below: HR these days is a necessity for most businesses large […]