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The festive season brings with it a plethora of outstanding entertainment for all the family, and we've got it covered in our extended What's On section.

Kaya Gallery's, Norman Holmes, gives us the lowdown on all things art related in this issues 'Art Matters'.

There are festive shows a plenty with the Pavilions, Theatre Royal and Barbican Theatre bringing the magic of Christmas to Plymouth. Plus, we highlight some of the fantastic council run events throughout the city.

We find out what events and exhibitions are being supported by the City Museum and Art Gallery whilst they have their refurbishment as well as focusing on the Barbican Theatre's Christmas show as Le Navet Bete return with their hilarious adaptation of The Jungle Book.

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This issues Food and Drink section focuses on the festive season, with a number of our cities best restaurants, bars and hotels tempting us with fantastic party nights, festive menus and offers.

If you are at all worried about what to get that special someone this Christmas, then don't be. Plymouth has a wealth of Independent shops, national chains, stylish boutiques and a collection of shopping centres that can offer the perfect gift to even the most difficult to buy for.

This issues property feature speaks to experts on how they feel the Plymouth property market has performed in 2016.

We also take a look at celebrating the festive season with Prosecco and Claret with wine expert, Stephen Barrett.

Our Shopping Guide has 20 pages of ideas, locations and retailers who may just find that perfect gift, for that special someone.

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what's on 5 Nov Bonfire Night Plymouth Hoe Plymouth will be hosting a bonfire and fireworks display on Saturday 5 November on The Hoe for Bonfire Night. From 4pm 5 Nov Tom Odell Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Tom Odell has just announced UK tour support acts on the No Bad Days Tour! Joining him here in Plymouth on Sat 5th November are Rag n Bone Man and Johnny Lloyd! Time: 7.00pm Prices: £ 25.85* 5 – 12 Nov Big: The Musical Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com Be the first to see Big, the heart-warming and hilarious Broadway musical based on the classic movie starring Tom Hanks. Josh Baskin is twelve-years-old and hates being little, until one night at the carnival the mysterious Zoltar machine grants his wish to be big. Now trapped in an adult’s body and alone in New York, he innocently tries to find his way around a grown-up world where it’s all work and no play. But whilst everyone around him tries to act their age, Josh just can’t help being himself. Maybe he’s going to end up teaching the real adults a thing or two… Times and Prices vary, see website for details 8 Nov Romesh Ranganathan Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Romesh Ranganathan is back with a brand new

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show exploring the rationality of his worldview. ‘Irrational’ will see Romesh examine the issues close to his heart, and explains why everybody else is wrong about them. Time: 8.00pm Prices: £ 20.35*

9 Nov Michael Ball and Alfie Boe Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Two of the greatest voices in the world, the nation's leading musical theatre star, Michael Ball and the nation's favourite tenor, Alfie Boe, today announce that they are joining forces for the first time, to record a brand new album as well as take to the stage for a unique UK headline Tour. Entitled 'Together', the album is to be released on Decca Records on 21st October 2016, and will feature repertoire from the greatest Broadway shows as well as classic songs both Alfie and Michael have always wanted to record. Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, see website for details 11 Nov 2016 Festival of Rememberance Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Time: 11am Prices: £ 10 15 Nov Catherine Tate Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Guest Starring Matthew Horne! The critically acclaimed, award-winning comedian and actor Catherine Tate, will take 'The Catherine Tate Show - Live' across the country this autumn, with a 21 date UK tour starting on 1 November. Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, see website for details

17 Nov Brian Cox Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Now coming to even more venues across UK and Ireland in Spring 2017 it’s the hotly anticipated tour by the acclaimed Professor Brian Cox, OBE. The show will take audiences on a dazzling journey through space and time, delving into ‘high science’ and freewheeling on the edges of the known cosmos. Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, see website for details 17 Nov Christmas Light Switch On Armada Way Celebrate the start of the festive season with the Plymouth City Centre Christmas lights switch on. 17 Nov – 24 Dec Drake Circus Santa's Grotto www.drakecircus.com Let your children’s wish come early this Christmas by taking them to visit Santa in his magical grotto.Pre-booking is advisable but not essential and can be done via the website. 18 Nov Ludovico Einaudi Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Ludovico Einaudi has quietly become one of the most successful musicians in the world. His hauntingly beautiful and evocative music tops the charts in the UK and Europe, and he was BAFTA-nominated for his score of This is England ‘86. Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, see website for details 19 Nov All things Vintage & Festive Show Plymouth Guidhall Over 60 Vintage & Artisan exhibitors including lots of unique, quirky Christmas ideas. Christmas carols, cookery workshops, festive tearoom and lots more. Time: 10.30am Prices: £ 2.00 entry


19 Nov Deacon Blue Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Following their triumphant comeback four years ago, Deacon Blue have gone from strength to strength, with sold out tours in 2012, 2013 and 2014. Alongside over six million album sales, twelve UK Top 40 singles and two UK Number One albums, Deacon Blue are also one of the most passionate live bands around.The tour announcement coincides with the 25th Anniversary of their platinum selling 1991 album ‘Fellow Hoodlums’ which includes Top 10 hit and live favourite ‘Twist & Shout’ and the beautiful ‘Your Swaying Arms’. Time: 7.00pm Prices vary, see website for details 21 – 26 Nov Matthew Bourne's: The Red Shoes Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com A beloved fairytale and Academy Award-winning movie, The Red Shoes, has seduced audiences and inspired generations of dancers with its tale of obsession, possession and one girl’s dream to be the greatest dancer in the world. Victoria Page lives to dance but her ambitions become a battleground between the two men who inspire her passion. Times and Prices vary, see website for details 22 Nov Passenger Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com With his hit single “Let Her Go” reaching a staggering one billion you tube views, UK based singer songwriter Mike Rosenberg (aka Passenger) is set to announce his eighth studio album in the coming weeks. Time: 7.00pm Prices: £ 24.75 25 Nov Levellers Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Brighton folk punk band Levellers will play their classic album in full plus other hits on a mammoth UK tour supported by Ferocious Dog to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the release of their second full-length, and now classic, album. Time: 7.00pm Prices: £ 27.50 26 Nov Jack Garratt Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com British artist-producer Jack Garratt could not have wished for a better start to 2016 - winning both the Brits Critics’ Choice Award, the BBC Sound of 2016 poll, selling out his Spring UK Tour and releasing his acclaimed debut album Phase. Time: 7.00pm Prices: £ 20.35 29 Nov – 14 Jan The Emperor's New Clothes Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com Following sell out performances of Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Stuff and Nonsense return to the Theatre Royal Plymouth with their latest production. Inspired by the Muppets, Danny Kaye and good old family movies, this romp through a classic, eccentric tale tells the story of an Emperor who loves clothes more than anything. But there is a problem…he hasn’t got a stitch to wear! Times and Prices vary, see website for details

30 Nov – 2 Dec Rambert – A Linha Curva Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com Rambert brings the riotous, colourful, sexy A Linha Curva to Theatre Royal Plymouth. This percussion fuelled explosion of sambaflavoured dance helped the company win the Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in Dance in 2010. Times and Prices vary, see website for details 1 – 18 Dec Plymouth’s Christmas Market Armada Way Plymouth's Christmas Market returns to the heart of Plymouth City Centre and will see over 50 stalls in the style of traditional pretty log cabins selling the best arts, crafts and foods from around the South West. 3 Dec BBC Big Band Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com Join the internationally acclaimed BBC Big Band, conductor Barry Forgie, and the extraordinary vocal talents of vocalists Jeff Hooper, for a fun-filled programme of festive favourites – with a swing twist! Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, see website for details 3 Dec Royal Marines Christmas Spectacular Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Festive military splendour will return to Plymouth Pavilions when the world famous Royal Marines Christmas Spectacular heads back to the arena on Saturday 5 December. Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, see website for details 4 Dec That'll Be The Day Christmas Show Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com Topped with lashings of Christmas spirit, get ready to party as That’ll Be The Day returns with its Brand New 2016 Christmas Show! Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, see website for details 6 Dec Kevin Bloody Wilson Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com The Kevin Bloody Wilson show is not just a concert performance; for most, it's a full on event and an opportunity to tick from your bucketlist, a chance to see Australia's most unique international comedy legend. Time: 7.00pm Prices: £ 32.50 6 – 9 Dec The Glyndebourne Tour 2016: Don Giovanni Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com Don Giovanni swings restlessly between comedy and tragedy to startling effect. Mozart’s irresistible music follows suit, its famous highlights ranging from Don Giovanni’s sparkling Champagne aria to the seductive duet ‘La ci darem la mano’. Time: 7.15pm Prices vary, see website for details 7 Dec 25 Years of Reeves & Mortimer: The Poignant Moments Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Back by huge popular demand, comedy legends Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer will be taking

their critically acclaimed live show – ‘25 Years of Reeves & Mortimer: The Poignant Moments’ – back on tour this Autumn. Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, see website for details 7 – 10 Dec The Glyndebourne Tour 2016: Madama Butterfly Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com Puccini loved to portray ‘great sorrows in little souls’, as he put it, and never did he do so more stirringly than in Madama Butterfly. Derived from a true story of a Japanese geisha married and abandoned by an American sailor, Puccini’s popular masterwork unfolds a disastrous clash of East and West. Time: 7.15pm Prices vary, see website for details 9 Nov Jools Holland 2016 Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Musical master of ceremonies Jools Holland and his much loved Rhythm & Blues Orchestra have today announced the run of dates and special guests of their 2016 Autumn/Winter UK tour. With a catalogue that reaches through decades, a night with Jools Holland will bring you the greatest boogie-woogie party in town! Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, see website for details 10 Dec One Night of Queen Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com In 2000, Gary Mullen won ITV’s “Stars In Their Eyes” Live Grand Final, with the largest number of votes ever received in the shows history. The record of 864,838 votes was more than twice that of the runner-up. Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, see website for details 11 Dec The Human League 2016 Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com With special guests Blancmange and +Ekkoes. Under 14's to be accompanied by an adult over 18 at all times. Time: 8.00pm Prices vary, see website for details 15 Dec Rizzl Kicks Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com SW1 Productions are delighted to announce Rizzle Kicks, one of the most popular, engaging, and singularly English, success stories of the last decade, who mark their very welcome return to the music world with a brand new tune named ‘Always Late’ will play the Plymouth Pavilion on Thursday 15 December. Time: 7.30pm Prices: £ 22.00 16 Dec Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com With star of stage and television Lesley Joseph and Blue pop sensation Duncan James leading a sensational cast, the Theatre Royal Plymouth’s pantomime will be the fairest pantomime of them all! 20 Dec The Bootleg Beatles Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com The Bootleg Beatles are the number 1 all British Beatle band! Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, see website for details

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Santa is coming to town as Plymouth gears up for a Christmas to remember

Plymouth is being turned into a Winter Wonderland this Christmas with everything from giant snow globes, real snow, fabulous lights and decorations, to a Santa driven train. The City Centre Company, Plymouth traders, the city council and the Waterfront Partnership have joined forces to make this a Yuletide to remember.

The Christmas holiday calendar officially kicks off when X-Factor winner and Coronation Street star Shayne Ward turns on this year’s beautiful illuminations on 17 November. The hotly-anticipated annual event – always featuring a top celebrity - launches the Christmas countdown and marks the start of Thursday late night shopping for all those hunting for their perfect gifts.

The Christmas holiday calendar officially kicks off when X-Factor winner and Coronation Street star Shayne Ward turns on this year’s beautiful illuminations on 17 November. And they’re hoping more people than ever before will visit Britain’s Ocean City to see for themselves the great shops, eateries, events and entertainment on offer from November to the New Year.

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From 4pm there will be a host of entertainment for the whole family, centred on a large stage in the City Centre Piazza.

The Corrie favourite will be performing some of his hit songs along with other performances by youngsters from the Pauline Quirke Academy, the Plymouth Performing Arts Academy and local rock band Rockafella. Children will be able to meet some of their favourite Disney characters, including Belle, the Little Mermaid and Sleeping Beauty, as well as superheroes Spider-Man and Captain America. From then on the celebrations keep on getting bigger and better as the special City Centre land train begins running the following day right up until Christmas Eve, every Wednesday to Sunday from noon until 5:30pm. Driven by Santa and his elves it will carry visitors from the West End across the city to Drake Circus and back, allowing passengers to gaze at the amazing illuminations and stare at the dazzling shop windows.Then the Piazza will be completely transformed as the Christmas Market sets out more than 50 beautiful log cabin style stalls trading from 1 to 18 December.


The stalls – selling unique hand-crafted gifts from the southwest and further afield – will be festooned in fairy lights offering warming drinks, a Bavarian bar with heated seats and festive food to keep visitors going - perfect for those chilly, late night shopping trips.

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And new this year will be a central marquee where local bands and singers will be performing festive favourites with a quirky twist.

Santa and his little helpers will be meeting children in his Grotto at Drakes Circus from 17 November to Christmas Eve, as well as at Rumpus Cosy Derry’s Cross from 3 December to 23 December. Traders at Drake Circus – where people can find designer labels, High Street favourites and hundreds of thousands of gift ideas – will be staying open until 9pm every Thursday, with festive entertainment and choirs.

With so much to see, do and enjoy in Britain’s Ocean City, this year will be a Christmas to remember.

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The popular giant snow globe returns to the middle of Armada Gardens from 17 November to 23 December – allowing visitors to take photos and create some great festive memories.

Bargain hunters can take advantage of some serious Christmas knock down prices on Black Friday on 25 November when the centre will be open until 7pm.

And the popular city centre Nutcracker Trail is back, along with a new waterfront Snowflake Trail, both run from November 18 and end on January 3.

And shoppers and visitors are being encouraged to don their most garish festive pullovers for Christmas Jumper Day on 3 December to raise money for St Luke’s Hospice.

The idea is to write down all the names of the hidden giant soldiers in the city centre and snowflakes in a trail around the Barbican to be in with the chance of winning a host of great prizes, including iPads.

To celebrate the Nutcracker Trail, Plymouth’s Central Library has a number of special events planned, including visits from story book favourites Elmer and the Gruffalo, Nutcracker parties, Clive PiG storyteller and Fairytale

Hairdresser creator, Abie Longstaff. Plus every Thursday from 17 November until 22 November at 6pm, the library will host a special Christmas story time. Everyone knows Christmas is a time to overindulge and the Royal William Yard will be hosting two Good Food Markets on 6 November and 4 December – with over 30 stalls showcasing some of the region’s best foods, recipes ideas and gifts from beautiful chutneys to home-made cakes. Small Business Saturday on 3 December will see local traders unite at Frankfort Gate to show off more unique, hand-crafted gifts for even the fussiest family members. And this year’s Christmas Panto at the Theatre Royal – which attracts more than 50,000 theatre-goers every Christmas – is Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, which promises fabulous costumes, stunning scenery, a magical mirror, seven friendly dwarfs, a beautiful princess, a handsome prince and plenty of audience participation. There’s even a fairground in the Civic Piazza from 14 November until the New Year for Christmas adrenaline junkies. City Centre Manager Jon Walton said: “Anyone coming to Plymouth is sure to have a day they won’t forget. There will be gifts galore – from designer labels to hand-made crafts, bespoke jewellery to unique pieces of art. Please see visitplymouth.co.uk for the latest information.

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“Visitors can take a Santa driven train, walk the historic cobbled streets of the Barbican, watch the lively street entertainment, enjoy choirs singing their favourite carols, wonder at the illuminations or enjoy the great food on offer in countless great bars, cafes and restaurants. “With inspirational stores ranging from major high street names to exclusive independents for those special gifts, plus a huge variety of tasty places to eat and drink, Plymouth has it all.

entertainment, a festive market, tasty food and a wealth of unique gifts and photo opportunities galore. But just a short walk away it is like stepping back in time as the Barbican and Waterfront join in with the festive fun. With its cobbled streets, independent retailers, art galleries, antique markets and award-winning restaurants the Barbican has something for everyone.

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This year is going to be spectacular for everyone visiting Plymouth, there’s a huge amount to see and enjoy

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“We really have pulled out all the stops, bells and Elves this year and we always cater to the youngest members of the family who can win some fabulous Christmas gifts with our popular trails, meet Santa, play in real snow whatever the weather and even feed a Reindeer.

Actors and stage performers will bring the classic tale ‘A Christmas Carol’ to life with visitors able to follow Dickens’ Ebenezer Scrooge through the winding streets as he uncovers his Christmas Past, Present and Future - with the help of some unsuspecting characters.

“With so much to see, do and enjoy in Britain’s Ocean City this year will be a Christmas to remember.”

The interactive tours last around 45 minutes and participants can discover not only what really happens at Fezziwiggs Christmas Party but also uncover the hidden secrets of The Barbican. Tours, costing £3 for adults and £2 for children, are every hour from 12-4pm from the Tourist

The city centre will be buzzing with great shops, fabulous decorations, amazing street

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Information Centre and can be booked online through Eventbrite. A host of events are planned for the weekend of 19 and 20 November with everything from a real snow-making machine and Reindeer to Santa arriving on the city’s RNLI lifeboat, when he will turn on the Barbican lights at the Parade triangle and where his sleigh will be on hand for photographs. Visitors will be able to take Elfie Selfies, run by Pin and Pose, in a special log cabin where children can feed three real Reindeer (Sunday only) with Elf treats, receive a certificate to send to Santa - as well as face painting, wooden gifts and mince pies. The Estover Soundhouse Brass Band will be playing, followed by a performance of the Plymouth University Musical Theatre Group, including Yuletide favourites sung to backing tracks. Then, on 24 November, the Barbican will host a special Illuminated lantern parade commemorating Thanksgiving and the Pilgrims’ voyage to the New World, continuing the official countdown to the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower sailing in 2020. Children from a number of Plymouth schools, community groups and business leaders will join the Illuminate Parade to ‘share the light’ and inspire a sense of unity between Plymouth and America.


Waterfront Manager Sarah Gibson said: “This year is going to be spectacular for everyone visiting Plymouth, there’s a huge amount to see and enjoy. “Over the weekend of 19 and 20 November, the Barbican and Sutton Harbour will be magically transformed with real snow, reindeer, Christmas carol singers, festive lights, Santa arriving on the RNLI lifeboat and the beautiful Dickens’ story A Christmas Carol set within its cobbled streets. “There are great places to eat and unique places to shop, with hand-crafted gifts, antique shops and art galleries. Come and take a selfie photo with an Elf, rub shoulders with a Mayflower Pilgrim and watch Santa arrive on the lifeboat. “Then on Sunday 4 December the Royal William Yard will celebrate the festive period with a special Christmas Food Market, with entertainment and fun for all the family from 10am to 6pm. “All businesses across the Waterfront love this time of year, making it a special and unforgettable visit.” With giant snow globes, Santa, Reindeer, Elfdriven trains, twinkle, glitter, fine dining, carols and glamourous gifts galore – It’s Plymouth Ho Ho Ho all the way. All events subject to change. Please see visitplymouth.co.uk for the latest information.

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For a Plymouth location that offers all the ingredients of a great wedding venue, the Duke of Cornwall Hotel is hard to beat.


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White Wedding? WHY NOT CONSIDER THE STUNNING DUKE OF CORNWALL FOR A TRULY MAGICAL DAY

It starts with a simple question and a triumphant ‘yes’. But this exciting, lifealtering decision to embark on the journey of marriage soon sparks a multitude of other questions. There are guest lists to choose, outfits and rings to try on, and a hundred other details to arrange. And perhaps the biggest decision to make (besides your choice of partner!) is choosing the right venue – the setting for your wedding will determine the tone and atmosphere of the day and, of course, the quality of service you can expect as you’re guided through the ceremony and celebrations. For a Plymouth location that offers all the ingredients of a great wedding venue, the Duke of Cornwall Hotel is hard to beat. Stunning historic setting? Tick. Luxury details? Tick. Convenient central location? Tick. The Duke’s intrinsically beautiful features, combined with its commitment to providing amazing service, have made the hotel a favourite for countless couples seeking the perfect wedding experience. Your wedding day should be a collection of wonderful moments, an adventure filled with romance and shared with loved-ones. But to make this a reality, there are numerous elements that need to be carefully orchestrated behind the scenes. This is where the Duke of Cornwall’s service comes into play. With a Master of Ceremonies and a wedding co-ordinator in attendance, the day’s formal proceedings are in

safe hands. In addition, the hotel’s friendly yet professional staff are ready to take care of all of your guests’ needs throughout the day. This bank of experience and understanding of weddings ensures that the whole operation runs seamlessly, leaving you to relax and enjoy the day. But beyond having the organisational aspects of your wedding covered, the Duke of Cornwall also delivers all those little details that amount to something really special. A wedding day is one of life’s truly momentous occasions, so they pull out all the stops and give it the glamour and luxury it demands. From the red carpet entrance at the start to arriving at your four poster bridal suite greeted by champagne, flowers and chocolates, the day is filled with the treats and indulgences that you deserve on a day that’s all about you. And there’s plenty to make all your guests feel special too, not least the Duke’s sensational wedding breakfast – delicious dishes presented beautifully on impeccable white linen. While style and luxury are a given for all the Duke’s couples, the hotel also offers plenty of flexibility, depending on your specific requirements and desires. You might want the convenience and harmony of spending your whole wedding, from the ceremony through to the night, at the venue – or you might want to arrive there for the reception after a service elsewhere. There’s further flexibility in the Duke’s selection of room choices for receptions and evening parties, allowing you to choose a setting that works best for your number of guests.

And there are a range of wedding packages for different budgets, giving you the choice of just how far to take the levels of luxury! Whatever you envisage for your big day, you’ll find the Duke of Cornwall well worth a look. Your wedding should be an occasion you’ll treasure, so why not treat yourself to a beautiful location and create some truly special memories. With grandeur, history and a genuine passion for great service, the iconic Duke has it all – for anyone seeking the perfect wedding venue it could be a dream decision.

To find out more about the Duke of Cornwall Hotel’s wedding packages, visit their website at thedukeofcornwall.co.uk For enquiries, you can call them on 01752 275850 or drop them an email at weddings@ thedukeofcornwall.co.uk


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art matters by Norman Holmes, Kaya Gallery

Jackie Gale As part of the Dartmouth Galleries festival last month they ran a ‘Free Art Friday’ when pieces of art work were placed around the town for visitors to find and take home. As it happens, apart from a crumpled up crisp packet I found on a bench which might have been an entrant for the Turner prize, I was unlucky not to have found anything, but nevertheless what a great to encourage visitors to the town and their art festival. It’s an idea Plymouth would do well to copy. And yes I know this is the Christmas edition and you’ve been bombarded with gift ideas, but I would sound a note of caution when buying art for a friend or relative as, like juggling with chain saws it has the potential for disaster. In truth to choose a piece of art as a gift is a really nice thing to do but it’s a minefield to get it right. Firstly you have to remember you’re not buying for yourself and whilst you may love the naive style of say a Brian Pollard or the humour of a Beryl Cook it may not be to the taste of the recipient. You probably need therefore to do

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your homework in advance which may involve collusion with their partner, but better this than seeing your gift assigned to the downstairs toilet or worse still left under the bed never to be seen. Thankfully most gallery owners understand how difficult it is to choose for someone else and will happily give you your money back or at least a voucher to spend on something else. Over the coming weeks of course there will be many Christmas art and craft fairs at which you may have to just bite the bullet and go with your instinct but at least you will be safe in the knowledge that you are supporting an independent artist. As well as the many Christmas Fairs, I would encourage you to check out Jo Beer’s amazing exhibition ‘Fleshy’ on throughout November at the Theatre Royal, and on until 19th November is a fascinating exhibition at the Peninsula Arts Gallery showcasing work by Turner prizewinning contemporary artist Douglas Gordon under the title of ‘Searching for Genius’.

There’s also an interesting exhibition at the Devonport Guildhall throughout November with work from over 15 local artists. Finally, still on the trail of Christmas gifts, it is worth visiting Southside Street on Plymouth’s historic Barbican where Mayflower Gallery has the 2017 Beryl Cook calendars, Glass!! has some new stunning glass pieces from Ian Nicholls, Mathias in 45 Southside has sourced some beautiful new ceramics, Blue Peace has a range of beautiful handmade soaps, What Not Wood has an extensive range of personalised gifts, Vicky Sewart exhibits the very best in handmade jewellery and Kaya Gallery has the very latest originals and prints from Jackie Gale and Brian Pollard alongside other galleries and other fabulous places to stop for a mince pie and coffee. Enjoy Christmas and when you can, do support local artists.


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Jungle bells, jungle bells, jungle all the way! Join Barbican Theatre to see Mowgli, Bagheera, Baloo, Shere Khan, and undoubtedly an ape or two for an unforgettable fools’ retelling of the classic tale of true friendship, whatever life (or the Jungle) throws at you! Bring your own mancubs and enjoy Le Navet Bete’s family friendly and utterly sidesplitting performance. You’ll laugh, want to sing along and certainly feel part of the show.

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Barbican Theatre’s Artistic Director, Mark Laville is directing The Jungle Book tells us,

As ever tickets are great value at just £15.50 full and £13.50 concessions (under 16s, over 60s, students and disabled). There is also a great value family ticket at just £49.50 (for two adults and two under 16s). Plus if you’re coming with a large party there’s a group saver discount: buy 10 tickets get the 11th FREE! Tickets are selling fast with a number of dates sold out or close to selling out! Buy The Jungle Book tickets 24 hours a day on our website www.barbicantheatre.co.uk, in person at the Barbican Theatre (11am – 6pm Monday to Friday) or by calling 01752 267131 (11am – 6pm Monday to Friday). To book a table in the B-Bar (for a range of beverages and food including fine Thai cuisine, cakes, cocktails and hot drinks) please call 01752 242021.

The Jungle Book is a classic family tale and we really want to give it our own inimitable twist to create an equally unique and highly entertaining festive show for audiences of all ages will love. “We first met Le Navet Bete in 2008 and we’ve worked closely with them ever since on six co-productions. Following our sell out versions of The Wizard of Oz and Robin Hood and His Merry Men the past two Christmases, I’m looking forward to fooling about with the Le Navet Bete guys once again. The Jungle Book is a classic family tale and we really want to give it our own inimitable twist to create an equally unique and highly entertaining festive show for audiences of all ages will love.” A total of 46 performances will be held in the Theatre’s intimate auditorium in Plymouth’s historic Barbican, including matinee and evening performances.

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Here are just a handful of reviews of previous Barbican Theatre and Le Navet Bete coproductions: “Absolutely brilliant, as always. Very clever adaption to suit adults and children. A must to see. Good value for money in an ideal, classic venue. Full of surprises. ***** ” (Trip Advisor) “ Ingenious and effortlessly hilarious, they deliver a cracking mix of wit and slapstick tomfoolery. **** (The Stage) “We visit the show every Christmas with our family and wouldn't miss it for the world! It never fails to have us in tears with laughter

and the cast have as much fun as the audience. Such a special show. We feel proud to support such amazing local talent. ***** ” (Trip Advisor) Barbican Theatre and Le Navet Bete are also delighted to announce Plymouth Audi as the main sponsor of the production. Following the successful partnership with Plymouth Audi, who sponsored their highly acclaimed summer production of Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet at Royal William Yard, Barbican Theatre is thrilled this partnership has been extended to support their family Christmas production. The production is also sponsored by Wolferstans Solicitors. Further sponsorship and advertising opportunities exist from as little as £75. For details please contact Jo Cann, Marketing & Communications Manager at Barbican Theatre at marketing@barbicantheatre.co.uk or call her on 01752 242018.

Image credit: Gemma Ward

After the sell-out successes of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and Robin Hood & His Merry Men, Barbican Theatre and Le Navet Bete are excited to present their latest co-produced Christmas show, The Jungle Book, from 13 December to 15 January.


13TH DECEMBER - 15TH JANUARY sponsored by Plymouth Audi

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food and drink Experience magic this Christmas at Boringdon Hall

Celebrate a Joyeux Noël at Bistrot Pierre

Bistrot Pierre’s ‘raison d’être’ is great value French cooking and seasonal menus. Combining French bistrot classics such as steak-frites, boeuf bourguignon and tarte au citron with their own take on regional favourites like tarte flambée, Bouillabaisse and paté de campagne.

Celebrate this Christmas at Bistrot Pierre and enjoy great value, provincial French cooking served in a relaxed and friendly bistrot. Sit back and take in the party atmosphere in the beautifully decorated bistrot whilst they do the cooking for you and your guests.

Sit back and take in the party atmosphere in this beautifully decorated bistrot this festive season. Located in the impressive surroundings of Plymouth’s Royal William Yard, the bistrot with its chic French Grey pallet, ornate mirrors, leather seating, natural oak floor and marble finishes, oozes elegant simplicity that reacquaints those who have been with the gregarious, bistro style dining that is distinctly Parisien.

Christmas Party Season

Open seven-days-a-week for lunch and dinner there is something for everyone, from a twocourse prix-fixe lunch for £10.95 and two-course pre-theatre menu for £14.95 to the evening à la carte menu. There is also a children's menu, gluten free dishes and breakfast at weekends.

New Year's Eve

Bistrot Pierre also host special events each month, so there’s always a reason to celebrate over a great meal and good company. View menus online at bistrotpierre.co.uk Bistrot Pierre New Cooperage Royal William Yard Plymouth PL1 3RP

Bistrot Pierre Abbey Sands Abbey Crescent Torbay Road Torquay, TQ2 5FB

01752 262 318

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1st - 24th December 3 course lunch £17.95 3 course dinner £26.95

Christmas Day Lunch 5 courses £59.95

3 course lunch £36.95

Offers

Enjoy a complimentary glass of fizz when you dine from the Christmas dinner menu between 1st and 9th December. Please quote 'Fizzy' when booking. Excludes Saturday and Pre théâtre bookings.

Christmas is that magical time of year. The time when Boringdon Hall’s imposing stone towers, secret archways and curious arrow slits become the backdrop for a magical winter wonderland and place of lasting memories. With Festive Afternoon Tea's, Santa’s Grotto, Christmas Lunch and a New Year’s Eve Masquerade Ball, make your Christmas one to remember at Boringdon Hall.

All aboard the Boringdon Polar Express Santa’s Grotto

Feel the magic of Christmas at Boringdon with the Polar Express themed Santa’s Grotto this Christmas. Arrive and be dazzled by a dance performance, enjoy a Festive Afternoon Tea, be creative with Christmas activities including gingerbread decorating and meet Santa in his grotto to receive a Christmas present. For a little extra magic, don’t forget to listen closely and you might just hear the Polar Express bell ringing… £25.95 for Adults and £14.95 for Children Dates: Sunday 4th, 11th and 18th December 12pm or 4pm. Booking is essential please call 01752 344455.

Festive Afternoon Tea

Enjoy a Festive Afternoon Tea this Christmas. With an indulgent tier of seasonally festive sandwiches, fruit and traditional scones with jam and cream, and a tier of Christmas inspired treats including a delectable slice from the festive yule log, this is an experience not to be missed. Priced from £21.95 per person or make it a Champagne Afternoon Tea for £30 per person. Booking is essential please call 01752 344455.

A Divine Christmas Lunch

With roaring open fires, irresistible fine dining and a heavenly location on the edge of Dartmoor, Boringdon Hall invites you to enjoy a divine Christmas Lunch complete with festive toast and all the trimmings. Christmas lunch features two sittings 12:30pm and 2:30pm and is the perfect way to enjoy that Christmas Day you’ve always wanted. Priced £95 for adults and £45 for children 3-11yrs (0-2yrs: Free). Booking is essential please call 01752 344455.

New Year’s Eve Masquerade Ball

Hold your party for a minimum of eight people and the party organiser will be rewarded with a £20 gift voucher to spend with us in January or February 2017. Offer applies to tables of eight or more dining from the Christmas set lunch or dinner menus (excludes Friday and Saturday bookings and Pre théâtre).

Be seen at the most exclusive event of the year - Boringdon Hall’s Masquerade Ball. The evening soirée will begin from 6.30pm with welcome drinks in the glamorous Great Hall followed by an exquisite five-course black-tie dinner at 7.30pm. Dance the night away to the music or try your luck on the casino tables. The Masquerade Ball is an exclusive event with limited availability; tickets are priced at £95 per person and must be pre-booked in advance. Please call 01752 344455.

For full menus and terms and conditions visit bistrotpierre.co.uk/Christmas

For further information call 01752 344455. or visit www.boringdonhall.co.uk


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We are now open for Sunday Lunch

Christmas 2016 CHRISTMAS 2014

Three Course Christmas Lunch: Christmas £lunch £18.95 21.00 per personper person Three Course Christmas dinnerChristmas £26.00Dinner: per person

£ 28.00 per person Now taking bookings for CHRISTMAS 2014

Found at the heart of Plymouth’s Coastal Quarter in the Millbay area - King Point Marina

• RELAXED CAFE BAR RESTAURANT WITH STUNNING WATERFRONT VIEWS • COFFEE & COCKTAILS • BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND DINNER to www.themissionplymouth.com • 110 SEATER INCLUDING BALCONY DINING AREAS • FREE PARKING (subject availability) Now taking for CHRISTMAS 2014 …Make The Dock your bookings next port of call. 2016 The Dock, King Point Marina, Brunel Way, Millbay, Plymouth, PL1 3EF

www.thedockplymouth.co.uk Found at the heart of Plymouth’s Call Us On: 01752 253 555 Coastal Quarter in the Millbay area - King Point Marina

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Joyeux Noël Celebrate Chrimas at Birot Pierre and enjoy great value, provincial French dishes 3 course lunch £17.95 3 course dinner £26.95 Book now

• RELAXED CAFE BAR RESTAURANT WITH STUNNING WATERFRONT VIEWS New Cooperage • COFFEE & COCKTAILS • BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND DINNER Royal William Yard to Plymouth • 110 SEATER INCLUDING BALCONY DINING AREAS • FREE PARKING (subject availability) PL1 3RP

01752 262 318 …Make The Dock your next port of call.

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food and drink eat-drink-party There is something for everyone...at Zuzimo!

Celebrate the festive season with Prosecco and Claret. by @BistroWineMan Stephen Barrett Just a few more weeks to go to the Christmas holiday so I will be featuring wines that are both good value and good taste! Wines don’t have to be “off the clock” in cash terms to be good but each individual budget differs and so will my selections.

out for recognisable discounted favourites for a Christmas treat, But White Bordeaux also merits a mention with Sauvignon Blanc driven wines showing subtlety and minerality rather than a blast of Lychee scented alternative from (say) New Zealand or South Africa.

Sparkling wines, whether Prosecco, English sparkling wines, Cava or Champagnes are all under the microscope where Christmas is concerned. As I have mentioned before prices will be a key to Supermarket purchases as Sparkling wines will be offered almost at cost up to and over the Christmas and New Year period.

These are subtle and gentle wines that are a great match with food. I sipped on the lovely Dorthe La Grand Cuvee AC Bordeaux 2015 – Sauvignon Blanc - £8.99 Waitrose this week with a selection of vegetarian dishes. It worked really well.

Prosecco is a winner for the casual Fizz market with lots of styles and prices at all outlets. I am never sure if we know enough about Prosecco?

Prosecco is a winner for the casual Fizz market with lots of styles and prices at all outlets. I am never sure if we know enough about Prosecco? Not many brands come to mind as we slurp our way though this foamy fizzy style of wine. The Italian market has scored a bull’s eye with Prosecco as it ploughs forward with no abating in sight. So Prosecco it is then and what have I been sipping? Duca del Poggi Extra Dry coming in at 11% by volume at just £5.99 from Bargain Booze. This is a genuine Prosecco with the DOC label of authenticity to the cork stopper. It is (fairly) dry, drier than most with the unmistakable grapey/melon fruit blast over a soft easy drinking style. This is a moderately priced wine that is available now and will be this price for the foreseeable future i.e. it might run out! Claret is another wine that seems (along with Port) to be a favourite at Christmas so look

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Its red brothers also showed very well starting with a favourite of mine I have written about before. This is the new vintage of 2014 for Chateau Brassac £9.99 from the Co-op. This is an easy drinking vintage wine based on Merlot with Cabernet backing up the blend. It is unashamedly full of fruit and spice with a supple dryish finish. A very easy sipper is this one! Last the intriguing Diane de Belgrave 2010 Haut Medoc available from Oddbins at £18.50 Equal measures of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon with a smaller back-up of Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot make for a more complex wine. Rich, ripe black fruits on the nose are quickly followed by a soft approachable wine of distinction. The wine is at its peak with six years bottle age and would be a great match with the classic Ribs of Beef. This is mid-priced Claret that deserves a grand supper that I know many of you will be creating sometime over the Christmas holidays. As the man said – Something for everyone! Stephen Barrett is a Wine, Food and Travel Writer based in Plymouth. Stephen welcomes correspondence via his website www.stephenbarrett.com Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter @BistroWineMan

Located on the famous Plymouth Barbican, a short walk for the city centre and next to Sutton Harbour, Zuzimo! offers a relaxed and friendly atmosphere to perfectly compliment the fresh, local & homemade dishes that are cooked with passion, by chefs, in styles from around the world. With the restaurant able to accomodate up to 80 people at a time, Zuzimo! is perfect for a festive party or an intimate meal for two. Having just celebrated 3 years of business, owners Mo and Zuzi Vassif, have created the perfect combination of great service, outstanding cuisnes and an atmosphere that is both friendly and relaxing. Although specialising in Persian, North African and Southern Mediterranean cusines, the multinational mix of chefs can create dishes from all over the world, making Zuzimo! unique. Zuzimo! offers something for everyone, from their 'Tapas Tasting Menu' , which is perfect for couples or for parties of 8 or more to a free bottle of house wine on a Wednesday for groups of 4 or more, when visiting the Plymouth Arts Centre and Theatre Royal. Zuzimo! also offers 'Tapas Thursday' which comprises of a sellection of 3 tapas of your choice long with a small glass of wine for just £ 9.95. With the party season just around the corner, Zuzimo! are putting on a 'Latino Night to Remember' on Friday 18th November, 7pm. You will be welcombed with the best of South American cocktails & light bites, then onto a selection of traditonal starters followed by Gaucho style grill and much more - all for just £ 22.00 per person. Finally, Zuzimo! has Christmas wrapped up with a menu unlike any other in the city. Book Sunday to Thursday, Christmas lunches for £21.95pp and Friday, Saturday at just £ 26.95pp. They are also open for Christmas day lunch £34.95pp. Please see the website for more details and offers.


153 Vauxhall Street Barbican Plymouth PL4 0DF

Christmas 2016! Locals from around the world....

ZUZiMO! is a restaurant and tapas bar located close to the city centre, Barbican & just a short walk from Plymouth Drake Circus shopping mall right next to Sutton Harbour. Come in and relax with fresh, local, homemade dishes cooked by our chefs in styles from around the world. We are open all day, every day and offer an excellent choice of menu from; Tapas to Steaks, Pastas to Tagines, you will find something to suit all palates and appetities. We can accomodate up to 80 people at a time, ideal for your Christmas celebrations!

Christmas lunches & Christmas Day reservations now being taken! Call 01752 651 300 for more details or see zuzimo.co.uk We are open

Tuesday 17:00-Late - Tapas Tuesday Wednesday 11:00-15 /17:00 till Late - Book a table for 4 or more for a bottle Thursday 11:00-15/ 17:00 till Late - 3 Tapas & a glass for £9.95 Friday 11:00-15/ 17:00 till Late - 2 courses of fish for £14 Saturday 11:00-15/ 17:00 till Late ,Sunday 11:00-15/ 17:00 till Late Closed Monday - Remember we can open for a table of 10 or more...

T: 01752 651 300 | W: zuzimo.co.uk | E: info@zuzimo.co.uk


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Food and drink book releases

Jamie Oliver's Christmas Cookbook

Festive offerings at The Copthorne Hotel With the Festive Season fast approaching, the Copthorne Hotel has been preparing a program of memorable events and parties for guests to celebrate Christmas and the New Year! Off the back of a very successful festive season last year, the team have pulled out all the stops to make sure this years events are bigger and better. In addition to the festive fayre advertised, the Copthorne hotel has created the following special celebrations:

Event Diary: December 2016 Breakfast with Santa

Sunday 18th and Saturday 24th Join us for a very festive breakfast, with gifts from Father Christmas for the children. The sound of sleigh bells heralds the arrival of our special guest. Prices: Adults: from £11.50 per person Children: from £8.50 per child (Up to the age of 12. Children 2 and under eat free)

Prices: Adults: from £15.00 per person Children: from £10.00 per child (Up to the age of 12. Children 2 and under eat free). A deposit of £5.00pp will be taken at the time of booking.

New Years Eve: Hollywood Gala Dinner Saturday 31st Enjoy the glitz and glamour of Tinseltown, complete with red carpet, and join us for a fantastically stylish celebration to see in the New Year. 4 Course Meal Prices: Adults: from £55 per person Adults: from £85 per person including bed and breakfast.

Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons: Special Edition

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"I haven't held back. This book is the greatest hits, all wrapped up in one Christmas parcel, and I hope you have fun looking through, picking your recipes, and building your own plan." Jamie Oliver

2 Course Meal

A deposit of £10.00pp will be taken at the time of booking.

Monday 26th Join us as part of your Boxing Day sales expedition. Park at the hotel free of charge and then escape the chaos of the sales crowds in our Gallery Bar or Bentleys Restaurant with a tasty bar lunch before returning to pick up those last bargains!

Jamie Oliver Michael Jospeh £ 16.90 Jamie Oliver's Christmas Cookbook will be packed with all the classics you need for the big day and beyond, as well as loads of delicious recipes for edible gifts, party food and new ways to love those leftovers. It's everything you need for the best Christmas ever.

For further information or to book, please contact our Christmas Coordinator on 01752 224161 or via e-mail: events.plymouth@millenniumhotels.com www.milleniumhotels.com

Raymond Blanc Blomsbury £ 250.00 Set in the rolling Oxfordshire hills, Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons is a bastion of haute cuisine and a beacon of l'art de vivre. It is also the only country house hotel in Britain to have held two Michelin stars for more than three decades, presided over by the great chef Raymond Blanc. Each copy of this lavish, landmark publication is personally signed by Raymond Blanc.


MOULIN ROUGE PARTY NIGHTS

Inspired by the legendary Moulin Rouge, let loose your inhibitions and enter the vivid world of Parisian burlesque. Enjoy a fabulous 3-course festive dinner, surrounded by the music and glamour of the Moulin Rouge and dance the night away! So join us this year for an unforgettable night – Christmas parties in Plymouth don’t get better than this! Prices from £35.00 Dates* 2nd, 3rd, 9th, 10th, 16th and 17th December *Dates are subject to availability. The Moulin Rouge Party Night or Festive Party Night may be booked privately for a minimum number of 80 guests. Please call 01752 224161 or email events.plymouth@millenniumhotels.com for availability.

CHRISTMAS EVE DINNER

CHRISTMAS FESTIVE PARTIES

Festive Party Nights Traditional festive party nights include a 3 course dinner, table novelties and resident DJ. Price £26.00 per person Drinks Packages 10% off all pre-ordered drinks packages Happy Hour A discount of 20% from all drinks at the bar between 6:00pm and 7:00pm WHY NOT STAY THE NIGHT? From £30.00 per person based on 2 persons sharing or from £50.00 single occupancy. Room only.

CHRISTMAS DAY LUNCH

Contemporary and comforting Christmas Eve 3-course dinner with a festive cocktail and canapés on arrival.

Traditional family celebration with all the trimmings! Mulled wine or Buck’s Fizz with canapés on arrival.

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Prices Adults: from £26.00 per person Children: from £18.00 per child (Up to the age of 12. Children 2 and under eat free)

Prices Adults: from £49.00 per person Children: from £30.00 per child (Up to the age of 12. Children 2 and under eat free).

A deposit of £10.00pp will be taken at the time of booking.

A deposit of £10.00pp will be taken at the time of booking.

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Season's Eating at The Corinthian The Royal Plymouth Corinthian Yacht Club enjoys unrivalled views across the Sound. It can almost be guaranteed that a first time visitor to the Club will say either “I’d no idea we could come in here.” or “Wow, what a view”.

Two magnificent tribute acts at the New Continental Hotel this Christmas... It takes a special talent to capture an audience and pay tribute to fine artists; Pop Up Bowie and Planet ABBA do just that, and this Christmas they are heading to Plymouth to the New Continental Hotels beautiful Ballroom stage.

Be spellbound this Christmas and sparkle with us as Planet ABBA and Pop Up Bowie perform a history of these great artists classic hits.

Music lovers of all ages prepare yourselves to be mesmerised as you watch an encapsulation of David Bowie’s unique essence and ABBA’s Swedish style. Unlike other tribute acts that rely on props, wigs and heavy make-up, these acts focus on the music and celebrate these phenomenal, iconic artists.

Probably the greatest delight is to sit out on the balcony which is the perfect place to enjoy a speciality morning coffee and cake or homemade biscuits, a bistro lunch, afternoon tea or a final “sundowner” whilst watching the ever changing vista.

It can almost be guaranteed that a first time visitor to the Club will say either “I’d no idea we could come in here.” or “Wow, what a view”. David Bowie Tribute Night!

Thursday 8th December £35.00 per person Celebrate the remarkable talent of the late David Bowie with this Christmas Party Night special. Enjoy some of the greatest hits of David Bowie, from the 70's through to the nineties and beyond. Put on your red shoes and dance the blues and enjoy the amazing array of musical genius. 7.30pm – 1.00am

The club is typically open from 10:00- 18:00, Monday- Tuesday with last food orders at 16:00, Wednesday to Saturday 10:00 - 21:00 with last food orders at 20:00. Sunday 09:00 - 18:00, last food order at 17:00

BOOK EARLY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT! Includes 3 Course Christmas Dinner.

On Sundays the Club presents an excellent lunchtime carvery which is very popular, especially with families, prebooking is essential. The bar has an excellent wine list, local draft beers, lagers, ciders and soft drinks.

ABBA Tribute Party Night! Be spellbound this Christmas and sparkle with us as Planet ABBA and Pop Up Bowie perform a history of these great artists classic hits. Join us and pay tribute to the iconic sound that both David Bowie and ABBA are famous for as they inspired a generation and shaped the way we see music today. Both acts will take you on a journey through all of the pinnacle moments of ABBA and Bowie’s music career, with their sensational voices and spectacular stage shows. Couple this with the legendary New Continental Hotel’s food offering, and you have a night like no other.

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Wednesday 14th December £39.00 per person If you need more ABBA in your Christmas celebrations this year, join us for an ABBA Christmas Party like no other! Whether you are a Dancing Queen or a Super Trooper - don’t miss out on this high energy night of fabulous hits and dance moves! No-one wrote a better list of sing-along pop classics than ABBA, but if somehow all of that ABBA goodness isn't enough for you, there will be a DJ to help you dance the night away! 7.30pm – 1.00am BOOK EARLY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT! Includes 3 Course Christmas Dinner.

The Corinthian is licenced for Civil Marriages and all function rooms are available to hire for your special event. Rooms are also available for business breakfast meetings and training days. All the staff will ensure that your event is personalised to your requirements and you will receive a warm welcome.

For more details of on events and festive offers at The Corinthian, contact: 01752 664327 or go online: www.thecorinthian.rpcyc.com


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Christmas at The Ship

The Ship on the Barbican will be getting into the festive spirit with a special Christmas menu running from Friday 25th November until Saturday 31st December. The St Austell Brewery-owned pub can cater for large and small group bookings in its upstairs restaurant, taking parties of up to 50 people in the main restaurant and up to 25 in the adjacent Quay room.

Groups can also book their Christmas lunches and dinners in the main bar downstairs, which will of course still be serving a great range of local St Austell ales, well-chosen wines and the pub’s winter menu, including the award-winning fish and chips The Ship is famous for. Also new for 2016 We shall be opening The Ship’s doors on Christmas Day offering a scrumptious menu for just £40 per person (half price for children). The Christmas festive menu is available from 12noon until 9.30pm, and costs just £14.95 for two courses or £17.95 for three course.

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All the Christmas dishes, and everything on the Ship’s regular winter menu, use as much locally sourced produce as possible, including fresh fish and seafood landed by local boats in Sutton Harbour. If you simply fancy joining the Christmas spirit visit the Ship during December where you will find on sale Mulled Rattler and Mulled wine and roasted chestnuts from our wood burner will be on offer from outside! You can see in the New Year at The Ship with a live music from 9.30pm until 12.30am and in January a charity auction for unwanted Christmas presents will be held. Christmas opening hours at The Ship: Christmas Eve – 10am – 9pm Christmas Day – 11am – 6pm Boxing Day – 11am – 10pm New Year’s Eve – 11am – 12.30pm New Year’s Day – 11am – 11pm For more information and to book your Christmas party, call 01752 667604 or visit www.theshipplymouth.co.uk

Refectory cocktail of the issue

Dry Martini Martini is undoubtedly the forefather of a classic in the cocktail world, the Dry Martini, the Marguerite deserves its own place in the history books..Sophisticated, simple and possibly the benchmark by which cocktail bars are measured. The first ever recipe for Dry Martini highlighted Plymouth as the recommended gin in 1896. By the height of the cocktail era,Plymouth was synonymous with the iconic cocktails of the time. Ingredients: The Marguerite (1904) 50 ml Plymouth Gin 25 ml French Vermouth 1 dash of Orange bitters Method: Shake ingredients with ice and pour into a very chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with either a lemon twist or an olive. You can try experimenting with your quantities of gin and vermouth: more vermouth makes a 'wetter' drink; more gin dries it out.

The Refectory Bar is Plymouth's most exclusive cocktail lounge, situated in a unique building within the historic and world famous Plymouth Gin Distillery on Southside Street, Barbican. Serving up some of the finest cocktails in the Southwest and specialising in classic Gin based cocktails, Bar Manager Harriet Ingram and her team are trained to deliver quality service with a great selection of mixed drinks that also includes wines, bottled beers, Champagnes and over 120 spirits.

To add the the exclusivity of the lounge, The Refectory becomes a members bar after 7pm on a Friday and Saturday.

With its chic, classy interior, The Refectory is also available for private hire and for hosting cocktail master classes. If you love the taste of classic G&Ts, vintage & forgotten to Martinis and even the bar's signature drinks, then the team of expert mixologists can teach you how to make them at home.

www.therefectorybar.co.uk, and following via facebook and twitter: Facebook – Refectory Bar, Twitter @therefectorybar

To add to the relaxing environment of the lounge bar, The Refectory hosts live music on Wednesdays with a live pianist and every other Tuesday and Thursday with a blues slide guitarist, enhancing yours and your friends’ perfect night out.

Memberships are available on a Full, Temporary or Corporate basis and are available by contacting the bar manager via e-mail: harriet.ingram@pernod-ricard.com You can keep up-to-date with eveything at the Refectory by going online:

For table bookings please e-mail: reservations@therefectorybar.co.uk or call: 01752 828988 Bar opening times: Mon-Wed 11am to 11:30pm, Thursday 11am - Midnight, Friday-Sat 11am to 1:30am, Sunday 12-5pm


Plymouth's MOST Exclusive Cocktail Lounge

Specialising in classic cocktails Wide range of bottled beers and Champagne A selection of over 120 spirits Available for Private Hire - Cocktail Master Classes available Live music every Wednesday Live Blues Slide Guitarist every other Tuesday and Thursday Distillery tours available

Members Only after 7pm on Fridays & Saturdays Types of Membership: Temporary – Full – Corporate For more details please email: harriet.ingram@pernod-ricard.com refectory bar

For table bookings please e-mail: @therefectorybar reservations@therefectorybar.co.uk www.therefectorybar.co.uk Tel: 01752 828988


FESTIVAL GIRL CHRISTMAS CHRISTMAS JUMPER JUMPER DAY DAY

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Make your Christmas merry at Royal William Yard! Santa arriving by RNLI Lifeboat, a Christmas Wonderland and market, Christmas shopping nights - plus a superb range of restaurants and bars for that special Christmas meal Royal William Yard, Plymouth is hard to beat this Christmas... Explore Royal William Yard this Christmas. Surrounded by the water, featuring beautiful Grade 2 Listed Royal Naval victualling buildings and studded with bars, restaurants and interesting things to buy, it’s a must visit. Festive food If you’re looking for some amazing places to enjoy a Christmas meal or drink this year, the Yard is the place to go! With seasonal, local and wild treats from River Cottage Canteen & Deli, the popular French eaterie Bistrot Pierre, Wildwood - plus favourites like Seco Lounge, Prezzo, Las Iguanas, Wagamamas, Le Vignoble and light snacks at Rockets and Rascals - the festive season can be packed with food treats for you and the family. Fab and unusual gifts The Yard has some fab and unusual things to buy from homeware to fashion, gifts and art through to beauty, wine and lots of foodie goodies perfect to fill those festive stockings! Cornish Interiors’ pop-up shop at Mills Bakery is packed with fantastic and unusual home and interior pieces. They will also be running Christmas wreath-making workshops and Christmas shopping nights. ID Fashion offers affordable designer fashion, jewellery, shoes and bags. Explore Ocean Studios where 90 artists practice, and find gems such as Mark Fielding Artist and Nikki Taylor Sculpture who offer inspiration for that special Christmas gift. Martin Bush’s gallery is packed with stunning and unusual art. Pop into Envy for a range of great hair and beauty ideas to make your season stylish. Or if culinary treats are your thing, Wildwood’s deli, River Cottage and Le Vignoble are packed with beautifully presented food and drink gifts.

The Yard Christmas Wonderland Market - 4 Dec, 10am til 6pm Don’t miss The Yard’s Winter Wonderland! Our ever popular Christmas Market will be back - but this time it’s bigger than ever, packed to the brim with Christmas foodie treats, including turkeys, mince pies and mulled wine. However this year promises to be even more special - with free live Christmas children’s interactive experiences presented by theatre group Far Flung, plus opera singer Amelia Whiteman will sing Christmas songs for families, complete with a special guest. There’ll also be a lanternmaking workshop beforehand and dusk-time lantern parade - with some additional surprises and special Christmas ‘happenings’ all round the Yard to amaze and entertain the children. Don’t miss it! Santa by lifeboat! 4 Dec, around 5pm As usual Santa will make an extra special appearance at the Yard, when he arrives with the high tide by RNLI lifeboat on 4 December in the late afternoon. Last year, Christmas’ biggest celebrity was mobbed on arrival - and this year promises to be no different - don’t miss him - and help contribute to the RNLI! Getting here If you can’t hitch a ride on Santa’s sleigh boat, come via the Royal William Yard Ferry, take the bus - Plymouth Citybus services 34/34A or cycle to Royal William Yard. There is also paid for parking at the Yard - plan ahead www.royalwilliamyard.com/getting-here. For dates and details on how to make your Christmas magical at Royal William Yard - visit www.royalwilliamyard.com for more details.


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12 November Artist Martin Bush paints some uplifting mini paintings for his Christmas show 18 November - Children in Need at Royal William Yard Join the BBC’s Victoria Graham and Pudsey Bear as they broadcast live from the Yard and enjoy our special Children in Need night market 24 November & 8 December Late Night Christmas Shopping At Cornish Interiors 4 December - Christmas Wonderland Festive market, theatre & Santa by lifeboat (10am-6pm) All retailers and restaurants open providing special festive fun! 7 December Make your own Christmas wreath workshop at Cornish Interiors 8 December ID Fashion Christmas Jewellery making workshop (6-8pm) www.royalwilliamyard.com


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A vote for

Independents

Much has changed over the past 20 years on our typical British 'high street'. Technological innovations, economic pressures, ever evolving products, tastes and strategies have influenced the landscape as well as our shopping trends. The growth of out-of-town shopping, compounded by the impact of on-line retailing has created enormous challenges for the traditional high street and especially for local, independent traders as they battle with adapting to change but also maintaining their uniqueness and independence. With tougher economic conditions gripping the UK since 2008, coupled with many national chains severing their links, the traditional high street is now showing signs of reverting back to an older model - when Britain was considered a 'nation of shopkeepers'.

Unique Items:

Independent shops are the perfect place for a unique gift or item. Typically, a local trader will focus on local producers whether they be a local artist, designer, author or farmer - items that you will not see on the shelves of a national chain.

Boost to the local economy:

Recent research suggest that 63 pence in the pound spent at a local, independent retailer would find its way back into the local economy, compared to just 40p with a larger business.

With many national chains severing their links, the traditional high street is now showing signs of reverting back to an older model - when Britain was considered a 'nation of shopkeepers'. If you ever wondered what the benefits of using Independent shops may be to you, your town and the local economy, then read on:

Traceability:

Most local retailers will know exactly where they or their provider gets their products from. This enables your independent retailer to let you know where the product was made/grown giving peace of mind as the purchaser. With recent scandals involving supermarkets and 'meat' providers this extremely sensitive situation can be avoided.

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Increase in house prices:

The impact of a thriving independent high street has a knock-on effect to the cost of local house prices. On average, house prices in a prosperous area such as these have risen by ÂŁ40,000.

Community:

Continuing the community theme – as more towns promote and support local retailers, in turn local retailers will support the local community by holding events, fayres and markets to entice more people into the local community as well as add a 'social' aspect to area.

Personal touch:

As soon as you walk into an independent shop you immediately notice the difference. Not only will you generally find the owner of the business on hand to give you their advice, background to the product and expert opinion but also you will inevitably find that (depending on the item) you can 'try before you buy' – giving you piece of mind and a sense of 'customer service' that has long been a distant memory for many larger businesses. You may also find that you get more for your money. How many times has there been an extra roll thrown in for a familiar face to the local bakery or a little discount when purchasing a couple of items. Again, something that is alien to the big chain and certainly something the member of staff will not be sanctioned to give.

Choice:

Having Independent retailers within any shopping district gives us as buyers choice. Many town centres and high streets have recently been criticised for being 'cloned' - offering the same uniformed goods, products and services. As we all have different tastes and styles, independent retailers can offer this choice which adds something different to what would be a very boring high street. With the years busiest shopping period on the horizon, we take a look at some of the best areas of the city to find Independent retailers and even highlight some that desrve a special mention.


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It's very easy to find that you have spent the entire day shopping in Plymouth. As big name high street chains fall over themselves to be part of the cities growing retail credentials it is satisfying to find that Plymouth also has a thriving independent sector. We have selected some of cities best 'Indies' for you to try out and see why Plymouth loves its Independent retailers.

Just Leather

144 Cornwall St, Plymouth PL1 1NJ Tel: 01752 227960

An Independent leather shop in Plymouth, Just Leather sell quality leather jackets, handbags and sheepskins. Owner Dave is on hand to give you any help and honest advice. the perfect place for great 'leather' gifts for Christmas, or in fact, at any time of the year.

Peardrops Jewellery

The House That Jack Built, Southside Street, Barbican, PL1 2LA Tel: 07825 829054 www.peardropsjewellery co.uk

Beaux Cadeaux

33 The Broadway, Plymstock, PL9 7AF Tel: 01752 961600 www.beauxcadeaux.co.uk www.furniture-revolution.co.uk

If you want to be known as a genius gift giver or provide the Secret Santa present people are still talking about this time next year then a visit to Plymouth’s most popular gift shop in time for Christmas is a must. Beaux Cadeaux is now firmly established in the Broadway, Plymstock, and, as well as preparing for Christmas with the range of well-chosen and unique gifts the shop has built its reputation on, owners Val and Richard Cass are also celebrating 10 years in the gift shop business.

Peardrops is an independent jewellery and fashion accessory shop that has been trading in The House That Jack Built on the Barbican for 30 years.

They first opened in the city centre in 2006 before moving to the Royal William Yard and have been in their Broadway shop for more than a year.

We have an extensive selection of earrings that are designed and made on the premises, (all with Hypo-allergenic hooks) and we make choosing easy with an offer of 5 pairs for £10.00.

So what is the secret to their ongoing success? “Being a small independent we are able to listen to our customers and quickly source suitable gifts to satisfy their needs and current trends,” said Val.

There is also a vast choice of necklaces, bracelets and scarves, some made by us, others are brought to you from fashion capitals such as London and Madrid, all at competetive prices, A new addition this year, is a very popular range of slogan bracelets at £8, the different slogans can be viewed on the website. Just in, from Madrid, are the stunning range of necklaces and brooches, the cute and quirky Diva Dolls, email anneturrell@yahoo.com tel: 07825829054 opening times Mon to Sat 10.30 till 5.Sun 11 till 4

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“We have always focused on giving great customer service, helping people to choose their gifts and continued our free gift wrapping service for the full 10 years. “And to celebrate our anniversary and we will be celebrating by thanking our customers with a free gift and other offers.” Visitors to the store just need to spend over £10 between 29 October and 12 November 2016 to qualify.

And if the arrival of Christmas and a significant anniversary weren’t enough Val and Richard have also launched Furniture Revolution – breathing new life into old furniture. Both the restyled furniture and paint are now also available at Marie Hewitt Interiors and Art Source Gallery at Cargo 2, Millbay. “We started stocking Everlong chalk paint and furniture accessories such as knobs,” explained Richard. “After training and building on our previous experience we have been restyling furniture for sale or restyling or just recolouring our customers’ furniture in situ or at our workshop.” So it looks like the next decade will prove to be just as busy for this gifted pair.

Wray & Co

102 New George Street, PL1 1RZ Tel: 01752 661 651 www.wraysjewellers.co.uk

One of the oldest family owned business in Plymouth, Wray & Co specialise in buying and selling antique quality pre-owned Jewellery and are now open for you to browse 24 hours a day 7 days a week. The Business was started in Plymouth in 1887 by William G Capps having served his apprenticeship since the 1860's as a watchmaker. Wray & Co's expert jewellers are able to undertake repairs, alterations and restoration of your jewellery to fit your exact measurements whilst maintaining its original charm. As dedicated jewellers, with years of experience in handling irreplaceable treasures, the quality of our workmanship is outstanding, but this does not affect our price. Your jewellery could not be in better hands. Wray & Co are always looking to make investments and add to their vast and diverse collection of Second-hand Jewellery and Antiques. If you think you might be interested in selling an item, please do feel free to drop in and have a chat with them. They will always give you free honest advice.


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reality. The mother and daughter team took over a lovely little café in Plymouths old town, the Barbican, and started to make fresh cakes and scrumptious hot chocolate.

Looking for something fun and creative for your Christmas party this year? Then look no further! You and your friends can enjoy a festive workshop at Make at 140 Vauxhall St, a beautiful café, modern haberdashery and making space next to Plymouth’s stunning waterfront.

As they learnt how popular chocolate was, they then went to learn about chocolate making at the Callebaut Chocolate Academy andthe rest is history.

140 Vauxhall Street, PL4 0DF Tel: 01752 600130 www.makeat140.co.uk

This fabulous venue is offering a range of Christmas party workshops, helping you to bring your own creative touch to your decorations. You can make a colourful fabric Christmas wreath, needle felt a lovely little Robin or embroider your own Christmas decoration. Make at 140 Vauxhall St are also inviting groups to design and make their own Christmas stamp to really personalise your wrapping paper, gift tags and cards. Or, if you fancy something decadent, why not bring your friends together for a special Christmas High Tea? This mouth-watering selection of savoury and sweet treats includes mini cranberry and stuffing tarts, mini blue cheese and walnut muffins, orange and cranberry scones, mince pies, mini brownies and meringue kisses for only £14.50 per person. If you have a sweet tooth, then the Make Christmas Cream Tea is for you! With mini orange and cranberry scones served with cream and jam, mince pies, brownie bites and sparkly madeleines, this delicious Christmas Cream Tea is a real bargain for just £7.50 per person. Both of the Christmas cream teas are served with coffee, tea, or a soft drink, but you can make the day extra special and bring your own bubbles or wine for a £2.50 corkage fee. To book a Christmas party workshop or delicious cream tea, pop in to see Make at 140 Vauxhall St (Plymouth, PL4 0DF), call 01752 600130 or email info@makeat140.co.uk.

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while the birthday boy/girl enjoys time with their friends – and we do the cleaning up and even provide the party boy/girl with a free plate with all their friends finger prints on and their favorite cartoon in the centre! We also hold private functions; we can help you plan a fun creative activity from Hen parties to team building for your staff.

Now their love of chocolate is becoming not just chocolate but Art. Always looking for new inspiration and experimenting with new fl avours and techniques, the pair never realised how vast the world of chocolate is.

Come and try it, you’ll be amazed at the creativity within! There is no such thing as a bad piece of art, here at ClayArt every piece of pottery comes out looking amazing, whatever your artistic ability. Come and give it a go.

Kaya Gallery

Nicola Hurst Designer Jewellery

53 Southside St, Plymouth PL1 2LB Tel: 01752 267474 www.kayagallery.co.uk

Kaya Gallery, situated on Plymouth's historic Barbican, offers a great selection of affordable classic and contemporary artwork from both local and national painters, sculptors and photographers. Kaya’s artistic ambitions lie simply in presenting a diverse range of exciting and inspiring art, both original and prints that will sit comfortably in your home. Work from leading South West artists sits comfortably alongside contemporary photography, and regular re-hangs ensure it is a lively gallery to visit.

Clay Art

57 Southside Street, Barbican, PL1 2LA Tel: 01752 665565 www.clayart.co.uk

Here at ClayArt – we are proud of our commitment to bringing a sense of tradition to the Arts and Craft's Heritage, bringing it into the 21st century. We bring an alternative to modern technological entertainment, providing a full spectrum of creative activities in a warm and friendly atmosphere on the Barbican in Plymouth. Our parties cater for children and adults alike helping to provide an activity the whole family, from the youngest to the most senior, can enjoy together. ClayArt holds children's parties for any age giving parents a stress free environment to relax

65 Hyde Park Road, Plymouth, PL3 4JN Tel: 01752 228000 www.nicolahurst.co.uk Nicola Hurst's designs have been described as elegant, simple designs, easy to wear. Nicola will say her inspiration comes from architecture, simple shapes and everyday living. All her items are created and made, by Nicola, in her busy workshop and gallery in the city. As well as designing jewellery, which can be bought online or in store, Nicola works on bespoke pieces and commissions, often for couples looking for unique engagement and wedding rings, or gifts for special occasions.

Chris Robinson's Plymouth 34 New Street, The Barbican, PL1 2NA Tel: 01752 228120 www.chrisrobinson.co.uk

If you have fond memories of Plymouth, or even if you live in the city itself, then you will love Chris Robinson's Plymouth. Over the last twenty years Chris has produced over three hundred drawings of the Plymouth and surrounding area. Chris Robinson’s Plymouth is not just about the three hundred plus prints that Chris has produced over the last thirty years. He has also published numerous books, videos and DVDs on Plymouth since 1980. Visit the shop or alternatively, you can go online and order goods from his site. If you prefer, you can also purchase items over the phone.


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markets and fayres Much loved 'Vintage and Festive' show returns to the Guildhall It’s that time of year again when Miss Ivy Events brings you their much loved All Things Vintage & Festive Show at the Guildhall, Plymouth, on Saturday 19th November, 10:30 - 16:30.

Enjoy some Festive Fun at Mount Edgcumbe Saturday 10th 10.00am – 5.00pm Sunday 11th December 10.00am – 4.00pm Christmas is coming to Mount Edgcumbe once again and bringing lots of festive cheer and sparkle. Get into the Christmas spirit this year with a visit to the stunning setting of Mount Edgcumbe House for their 13th Annual Christmas Fayre. With more stalls than ever before selling the exciting, the gorgeous, the unusual and absolutely scrumptious; chefs demonstrating their culinary skills plus a host of entertainment, there’s something for all the family.

and Millbrook Schools, Torpoint Lady Singers, Reflections, and many more. The House will be decorated with the largest tree we can fit through the doors and there will be stunning floral displays by the students from Duchy College which are available to purchase.

The House overlooking Plymouth Sound is preparing for it’s best-ever fayre with a variety of stalls selling crafts, gifts and locally-produced food. There will be a cookery theatre with top local chefs on both days, as well as a full programme of entertainment including music from many of our local choirs including Fourlanesend

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Plymouth’s Rock Choir, who offer an alternative experience to the traditional classical or community choir, will be performing throughout the day, bringing their amazing vocals and big choir experience to entertain and inspire you.

If all that isn’t enough to convince you to visit then we also have Santa who will be taking a break from his hectic schedule to visit us here at Mount Edgcumbe. To make him welcome we have a beautiful Grotto ready and waiting for him in the Barrow Centre on Saturday and Sunday.

With more stalls than ever before selling the exciting, the gorgeous, the unusual and absolutely scrumptious; chefs demonstrating their culinary skills plus a host of entertainment, there’s something for all the family. Mount Edgcumbe House will be throwing open its doors on the weekend of 10th and 11th December to offer a slice of seasonal cheer, a dash of cooking expertise washed down with lots of ideas for special presents.

The day will be jam packed full of festive treats from over 60 vintage, artisan and gift exhibitors selling a selection of jewellery, clothing, memorabilia, gifts and many other amazing items, as well as festive themed workshops from Orchard Studios.

So don’t miss out come and join all the fun of the fayre. Admission for the fayre at Mount Edgcumbe House is £3 per adult and £1 per child. There is ample parking available at only £1 per car and a free mini bus service shuttling on the park on both days (donations always welcome). Please note we do not allow dogs, except guide dogs, into the fayre. For further details contact Mount Edgcumbe on 01752 822 236 or email mt.edgcumbe@plymouth.gov.uk

A beauty parlour will also be on hand to help you get in the festive spirit by providing hair and beauty makeovers, and perhaps some inspired ideas for the Christmas party season. Plus, the Lions Monocle will be serving their delicious refreshments throughout the day in their vintage tea parlour, which is a perfect way to unwind and relax after a hard day's festive shopping! Miss Ivy is proud to support local businesses and you can too by popping along and shopping local this Christmas season. There will be some amazingly unique gift options available to purchase, so what a perfect time to shop for your loved ones special presents. With entry just £2.00 and under 12’s free, there’s no better way to spend the day!


Christmas Fayre at Mount Edgcumbe Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th December 2016

Back for its 13th year and better than ever!

See inspirational cooking demonstrations from West Country chefs and maybe pick up a few tips. Lots of local produce for your culinary delight. Beautiful floral displays by Duchy College students available to purchase. Choose from a wide variety of local gifts and crafts. Plus a programme full of entertainment, a family activity zone and you can even visit Santa in his Grotto! Entrance: £3 adults and £1 children, Parking £1 per car Mount Edgcumbe House and Country Park Cremyll Torpoint Cornwall PL10 1HZ Tel 01752 822 236 mt.edgcumbe@plymouth.gov.uk

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Plymouth Market – something for everyone this Christmas Why not take the hassle out of Christmas this year and visit Plymouth Market for a one stop Christmas shop! From the turkey to the veg, Christmas presents to Christmas wrapping, Plymouth Market has everything you need, all under one roof. With over 140 stalls you’ll find just what you’re looking for, for all your family and friends. And we’re open every Sunday in December so you can shop seven days a week. Visit the Market in December, there’s festive fun for everyone. Bring the children along on Saturday 10 December and visit Santa for a chance to win a fantastic iPad Mini, a treat for all the family.

We’ll also be giving you the opportunity to celebrate Christmas in style this year with our £10,000 Radio Plymouth Crack the Safe competition. Register with Radio Plymouth, then pop in to Plymouth Market on Saturday 17 or Sunday 18 of December and give us your six-digit code – you’ve got to be in it to win it! This Christmas we’re teaming up with Derriford Hospital’s Gold Dust appeal to help improve the children’s ward. So give a donation and spread some cheer this Christmas. We’ll also be offering a Christmas gift wrapping service in the Market for a donation to the Gold Dust appeal – why not bring in all your presents and let us wrap them for you?

For more about Christmas at Plymouth Market, tune in to Radio Plymouth or visit us now: it’s business as usual whilst we undergo our exciting new improvement programme to make your market even better. Happy holidays from everyone at Plymouth Market!

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festive days out

Christmas at the Model Village Feel like a giant at the model village as you explore 4 acres of award-winning gardens showcasing hundreds of model scenes, vehicles & people.

Enchanted Saltram Bobble hat at the ready, you’ve never seen the garden look like this before. For the first time at Christmas the garden will be washed with a glow as some of its most loved areas are lit up with a rainbow of colours as Saltram stays open later til 8pm during December on Wednesday through to Sundays. The enchanted feel flows into the house as some of the rooms within the house have been visited by some of our most loved fairy tales. Decadently decorated trees and magical interventions make the house feel enchanted. Both the illuminated gardens and house will be open til 8pm Wednesday – Sunday in December so you can enjoy Saltram after dark. There’s plenty to do for your little ones in December too by picking up the ‘Who is the fairest of them all trail’. Make your way around the garden and knock on little dwarf houses to see if they can tell you anything about ‘the fairest of them all’. You might find that some of the dwarves are more helpful than others! A surprise awaits you at the end. The magic continues for the little ones with ‘Storytime with Father Christmas’ in the stables.

This pre-booked tickets only event lets families sit down as Father Christmas shares magical stories and songs about some of his fairy tale friends and what they got for Christmas. Pre book your tickets before they sell out online at www.nationaltrust.org.uk/saltram. If all you can think about is Christmas shopping already feel festive as you shop when the garden transforms into a festive craft and food fair on Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 November. Reward yourself with a cheeky mulled wine after you shop for the perfect handmade Christmas gifts. Saltram’s Gift Shop will be open right up to Christmas Eve with a wide range of festive cards, beautiful decorations and gift ideas for every taste. The Chapel Tea Room will be serving festive fine teas whilst the Park Café serves family friendly festive treats; a scrumptious and well deserved end to a hard day’s Christmas shopping. Visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/saltram, call 01752 333500 or pop in to the Welcome Centre to find out more.

This Christmas, meet Santa & watch the MiniPanto on s-Dec 10th, 11th and 17th to 24th, from 12.30pm to 4.00pm What's On Daily: Explore the Model Village Magical Christmas lights (from 3pm) Miniature Christmas characters in the models & gardens 'A Dream of Christmas' in the 4D cinema experience Ski the mini slopes for kids (3-9 yrs) Mini-golf - 6 hole course Admission prices: Adult: £10.95, Senior (over 65s): £9.95, Child (3 to 14 yrs): £8.95, Family (2A+2C): £36.50 Santa Visit with Present (Optional extra): £3.50 per child (0 to 9 yrs) Note: It is not possible to just visit Santa (he is in the middle of the park, part of a visit to the Model Village) No advance booking - just turn up on the date suitable for you. For more details visit the website: www.model-village.co.uk or call 01803 315315

Christmas at Buckland

When you come to experience Christmas at Buckland, you’re helping us to look after the abbey all year round. This Christmas from 1-19 December we’re stepping back in time to experience an Elizabethan inspired Christmas home. Every Tuesday and Thursday throughout December the abbey kitchen will come to life as our resident costume group cook up a storm and prepare some festive treats. Local NAFAs groups are busy preparing a seasonal surprise and will be presenting their beautiful floral display of their interpretation of the carol ‘The First Nowell’ in the Great Barn from 1 December - 2 January (closed 24-26 December) Olde Father Christmas makes a visit to Buckland every day from 19-23 December from 3pm onwards. He’s welcoming children young and old to come and rediscover the magic of Christmas. Booking is essential, tickets available from nationaltrust.org.uk/buckland. Children £4.50 plus booking fee (includes gift). Buckland Abbey’s garden, estate, restaurant and shop are open every day from 31 October – 2 January (closed 24-26 December) from 10.30am-4pm. For more information about all our events this Christmas, opening times and more please visit our website nationaltrust.org.uk/buckland or call 01822 853607.

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Enchanted Saltram Getting that festive feeling with the illuminated garden, decorated house and sparkling lights at Saltram this Christmas.

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Buckland Abbey Christmas craft and food fair 12-13 November, 10am-4.30pm Now with a free park and ride service running every 10 minutes from Harrowbeer Aerodrome. Blue badge parking only at Buckland Abbey. £3 entry to fair. National Trust members free.

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festive days out

Kents Cavern Prehistoric Caves Kents Cavern is an extensive labyrinth of caverns with spectacular natural formations, widely used by prehistoric people.The human archaeology discovered in cave is the most ancient found in Britain, some over 500,000 years old, making it Britain’s premier prehistoric cave. The most significant artefact is a 38,000 year old human jawbone; Europe’s oldest human fossil. Tours of the cavern are led by entertaining guides concluding in an underground exhibition chamber. Plenty goes on outside for the family with a Stone Age themed woodland trail, kids archaeological dig, hands-on cave art walls and regular appearances by Cavogthe- Caveman during school holidays. There is a superb gift shop, good restaurant and relaxing gardens. Spectacular coastal walks, along the South West Coast Path, beginning and end at the caves. Summer Evening Ghost Tour at Kents Cavern. In July and August experience Kents Cavern’s famous Ghost Tour. This scary evening happens every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday night and is not for the fainthearted. Journey around these ancient caves by your storyteller as they unearth local folklore about ghostly experiences in South Devon. With dim lighting and candles you never know who may appear from the dark! Other highlights include: 7 - 13 November SHAKESPEARE UNDERGROUND Butterfly Theatre are back! This year experience Shakespeare's most famous play, Romeo and Juliet in the underground world of Kents Cavern. Tickets are £16 per person and booking is essential. 4 - 24 Decemebr SANTA IN THE CAVES Join Santa and the gang this year for another magical Christmas adventure underground. Times and prices vary. 15 December CAROLS IN THE CAVES Carols in the caverns with "Yours in Harmony" for an amazing annual fundraiser to support the Paignton based charity; Anode. Time: 6-8pm Tickets: £15pp Booking essential

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Experience the new Mid-Week Treatment Menu at Gaia Spa Gaia Spa at Boringdon Hall in Plympton, is the new nature-inspired spa offering world-class wellness facilities. The destination spa, which features an infinity pool, hydrotherapy pool with outdoor swim-through, five heat experiences, deep relaxation room for spa treatment guests, beauty salon with Champagne service, stateof-the-art gym by Pulse Fitness and exclusive Spatisserie restaurant, has introduced its new Mid-Week Treatment Menu.

Awaken Your Senses - 60 minutes £70

Designed to awaken the senses, this back, neck and shoulder massage, using the Gaia signature blend will uplift the body and mind. The personalised back massage will help soothe those muscle aches and pains followed by a Jade Crystal Facial massage, stimulating both lymph drainage and blood flow to leave the skin feeling younger and firmer.

Offering the finest day spa and treatment options, what better way to ensure you are refreshed and revitalised in these cold winter months than with a luxury spa experience at Gaia Spa. Offering the finest day spa and treatment options, what better way to ensure you are refreshed and revitalised in these cold winter months than with a luxury spa experience at Gaia Spa. The Mid-Week Treatment Menu includes:

Mid-Week Treat - £40

Enjoy a spa day pass to use the luxurious spa facilities followed by an indulgent afternoon tea, served in the exclusive Spatisserie with its views of Dartmoor – the perfect way to relax.

Muscle Energiser - 60 minutes £60

Warm those muscles and release tension this winter with an energising back exfoliation followed by a deeply nourishing mud mask. The treatment finishes with a deep tissue back neck and shoulder massage.

Mid-Week Relaxation 120 minutes £179

Discover inner peace and achieve utter relaxation with this luxury package. Including a 120 minute treatment, two-course spa lunch with a glass of champagne, use of the spa facilities and deep relaxation room. Choose from Gaia Raindrop Therapy, Gaia Total Holistic Ritual and Gaia Crystal Therapy. As a unique place of wellness, Gaia Spa has been designed with the need for complete wellbeing in mind and has the philosophy Your wellness, naturally.

Naturally Nourishing Ritual 60 minutes £60

A deeply therapeutic treatment to help release everyday tension and stress. Using advanced Lomi Lomi techniques a nourishing Gaia body mud is applied. After the mud is rinsed, a Gaia blend of choice is then massaged into the back, neck and shoulders.

For further details on spa treatments, day spa, spa breaks and exclusive spa membership options please call 01752 344455 or visit www.gaiaboringdon.co.uk.


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property As 2016 comes to a close, we ask some of Plymouth's most respected voices to comment on how they feel the property market has performed. We also ask them to dust off their crystal balls, to see if they can predict what 2017 will have in store.

Darren Desmond Hindhead Property It’s that time of year again where everyone starts to look forward to celebrating what has been another busy year for the Plymouth housing market. It has been an interesting year for us at Hindhead Property as we opened our first high street branch in Mannamead in December last year. We set out to offer something different to vendors, landlords, buyers and tenants, by having extended opening hours where clients are able to speak to a human about their property at 20:00 in the evening if they wanted to.

Scott Parry Atwell Martin

2016 has been a mixed bag of activity in the residential property market here in Plymouth. The first quarter saw a flurry of sales particularly from investors seeking to beat the second home stamp duty changes, ironically there is now a growing clamour for the Government to revisit this legislation and we hope for a positive announcement perhaps in the Autumn Statement. No one needs to be reminded that the second quarter was taken up by the European Referendum and this undoubtedly had a negative effect on the market, during this period vendors and purchasers alike paused for breath whilst they waited for the outcome. Immediately after the vote and indeed ever since we have had a growing “supply and demand” problem with our new buyer registration levels up by 23% and viewings booked up by 34% when compared with last year, we have not seen new stock levels increasing in a similar trend and buyers are increasingly reporting difficulty in finding property that suits their requirements. Unusually we are heading into Winter with a large portfolio of active buyers and there is no reason why you should not be talking to us if you are contemplating marketing your property – why wait until the Spring! We continue to launch fresh initiatives to expose your property to the widest possible audience including a completely new website – www.atwellmartin.co.uk and a London and Surrey Show on the 4th and 5th November, the show is being held in conjunction with The Guild of Property Professionals and our associate London Office on Park Lane.

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No one needs to be reminded that the second quarter was taken up by the European Referendum and this undoubtedly had a negative effect on the market. Looking forward to 2017 there is no doubt that the Government will have its work cut out negotiating beneficial terms for our exit from the European Union, there are mixed messages coming from both the financial sector and big business and quite how this will affect the market is difficult to predict. One thing that we can be sure of is that Plymouth and the surrounding countryside will remain popular as a “lifestyle” destination, bolstered by our beautiful and accessible waterfront. We are also home to major employers including Plymouth University, Derriford Hospital, Princess Yachts International and of course Devonport Dockyard. Our buyers recognise these combination of factors and are choosing Plymouth as their Westcountry home because for many it offers the elusive perfect “work/life” balance that we all dream of.

Our industry is continuing to evolve and we have set ourselves up to offer the best of both worlds – a visible high street presence coupled with a state of the art interactive website where viewings and appraisals can be requested online as well as extended opening hours. I am pleased to report that our model has proved popular with many clients. By having fully licensed and qualified staff we have found, through reviews, comments and recommendations that investing the time and money into our staff that our clients are seeing the benefits in smoother transactions, better prices achieved or less rent going unpaid. Hindhead Property have continued to create jobs with our team expanding by four in the last couple of months. As well as opening our second branch in Keyham our belief that the property market will remain stable moving in to next year has given us the confidence to invest in our third branch that will open in St. Budeaux in early 2017. Whilst many agents are opening ‘super’ offices where one branch services the whole City, we believe that good old face to face estate agency at a competitive price offering good value is what clients really want. Our fantastic ARLA qualified lettings team are always on the hunt for new landlords and we are delighted that many are now starting to move their portfolios over to our management team. If you are a landlord and have a few minutes spare over the holiday period, why not call in and have a chat with the team and find out how we can tailor a package for you? We may even be able to rustle up a mince pie and glass of wine! We have some of the most qualified staff in the industry working for us at Hindhead Property and even if you are just after some advice on your home move, whether it be in the sales or lettings market, we would be delighted to hear from you on 01752 875075.


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In all my years involved in the housing market, I have never seen the Government so energised about trying to solve the house building shortfall.

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Whilst arrears and repossessions rose, the level of stress on household budgets has been far less acute than in the previous recession, even though this has been a hard few years for many families. The Financial Crisis of 2008 onwards has been met by a very different policy response to the previous recession of 1989-1993. In that earlier recession, the crisis was made much worse for home owners because it was characterised by high interest rates and high levels of unemployment, a lethal combination which gave rise to record levels of arrears and home repossessions. Move the clock forward 20 or so years and the Bank of England; now independent from the Government, has been far more active in throwing everything but the kitchen sink into trying to stimulate the economy. Interest rates went from a norm position of 5-7% in the period before 2008 to just 0.5% in March 2009 and have stayed there since, except in the last couple of months when the Bank’s Base Rate has been cut even further to just one quarter of one percent. Not that the Bank has acted alone in this regard. Central Banks throughout the developed world have done the same and doubtless can be credited with staving off an even worse crisis.

Back in the summer, the Bank of England signalled that it may cut rates further still and announced a package of measures, including further squillions of pounds of cheap funding designed to keep lenders lending. But when we looks at those countries which have taken down rates to below zero (in which banks are charging customers to keep their money with them, rather than paying any interest at all on savings), the Governor of the Bank of England doesn’t appear to like what he sees and is telling the politicians that he has now pretty well pulled all of the levers that he has and it’s time for the Government to do the rest.

The Bank of England is running out of ammunition. So the Government is starting to think that borrowing money to invest in infrastructure could be a great way of stimulating the economy not least because large swathes of the electorate are clearly fed up with austerity. Besides, borrowing is cheap in the current climate, and; let’s face

it; there is no shortage of important things the Government could be spending money on. Like housing for instance. Every way you cut it; politically, economically or socially, the inability of Britain to build enough houses is a major problem. It has been calculated that Britain needs at least 250,000 new homes a year; the last year in which this number of new homes were built was some 40 years ago in the 1970’s. There are a number of obstacles which would need to be addressed to solve this problem, the planning system, freeing up the land market, the structure of incentives for developers who; acting rationally, tend to sit on land banks and are prone to boom and bust in a stop-go market. Solving the problem of finance for would be first time buyers has been a priority for the Government, and laudably so, but it’s only a part of the equation. In all my years involved in the housing market, I have never seen the Government so energised about trying to solve the house building shortfall. It’s a massive, complex task; 40 years of under investment won’t be sorted by Thursday teatime. Let’s just hope that it stays at the top of the political agenda long enough to make a difference.

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CLARNECE, ROYAL WILLIAM YARD Guide Price: £440,000 Grade 1 Listed, triplex apartment This Grade I Listed & rarely to the market triplex apartment with captivating south westerly views across the waters of the Tamar Estuary, has been successfully sold after a short period of discrete marketing.

MANNAMEAD Guide Price: £ 425,000 Superb 6 bedroom Victorian residence A superb example of a 6 bedroom, grand Victorian end of terrace residence with far reaching views across Central Park towards distant Mount Edgcumbe Country Park and the Cornish coastline. About 3131sqft, 3 Reception Rooms, Kitchen Breakfast Room & Utility, 6 Double Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms, En-Suite Shower Room, Garage & Gardens.

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BUTTLEGATE, DOWNDERRY Offers in excess of £350,000 Substantial detached house This substantial detached house with outstanding sea views and requiring complete refurbishment, attracted intense national interest and finally sold for a figure well in excess of the guide price.

BARBICAN Guide Price: £355,000 Charming Grade II Listed townhouse A charming example of a character, Grade II listed, 4 bedroom, townhouse dating back to the 18th Century and located in the heart of The Barbican area and a short stroll from the Hoe and waterfront. About 1636 Sqft, 2 Reception Rooms, Kitchen, 4 Double Bedrooms, Large Family Bathroom, En-Suite Shower Room, Enclosed Rear Garden, Utility/Workshop

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Healthy sales at Cavanna’s 504K thanks to ideal location Location is proving to be a key selling point for Cavanna Homes’ major Plymouth development 504K.

Owners are now moving in to the latest phase, which will ultimately see 275 new homes at the flagship Derriford site.

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Sales Manager for Cavanna Homes Karen Heywood-Cann said: “504K continues to attract a wide range of purchasers, from first-time buyers to families to retired people.

Each home has dedicated parking, and all are designed to offer efficient, low-maintenance living with PVC-u double glazed windows. Some homes also have solar panels. For peace of mind, all homes come with a 10-year NHBC Buildmark Warranty, in addition to Cavanna’s award-winning two-year customer service package.

The Constable features two en-suite bedrooms, a kitchen/dining room and separate living room with a downstairs cloakroom, in addition to a dedicated parking space.

504K continues to attract a wide range of purchasers, from first-time buyers to families to retired people. “Because of its fantastic location it is proving very popular with staff from Derriford Hospital, who appreciate the convenience of being able to walk to work. 504K is attracting people who live elsewhere in Plymouth and the surrounding areas, but we are also finding that people who are relocating from other parts of the country are moving here too." As well as being ideally located for Derriford, the development is also close to the University of St Mark and St John, the Plymouth Science Park and a wide range of local amenities. Situated off Plymbridge Lane, near Tavistock Road, it is also only a few minutes’ drive from the Devon Expressway, and 15 minutes from the city centre. It is also well served by Plymouth’s public transport network, and new buyers get a free six-month bus pass as part of a dedicated Travel Plan. The development is made up of a range of one, two, three and four-bedroom homes, in a combination of finishes with a variety of renders, slate and timber cladding.

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Torquay-based Cavanna Homes have once again been named a five-star builder for customer satisfaction by the Home Builders Federation. In independent surveys of new home purchasers, more than 90 per cent said they would recommend Cavanna to family and friends. Cavanna are one of only eight companies throughout Great Britain to have earned this coveted accolade for four years in a row. The team building 504K have also been honoured by the industry for the high standards of their work. Ian Rankin was named regional Site Manager of the Year in the 2015 Building Safety Group awards, which followed a prestigious Pride in the Job Award presented to him in 2014 from the National House Building Council (NHBC). Newly released, phase 2C of the development offers a range of nine different house types, from the Redwing one-bedroom coach-house to the three-bedroom Stokesay III townhouse and the four-bedroom Barnard, which comes with an integral garage.

The Barnard is a four-bedroom house with an en-suite master bedroom, separate kitchen, dining room and living room, an integral garage and parking. Existing home owners who have set their heart on a new Cavanna Homes property may be eligible to take advantage of the company’s Move Assist scheme, which offers practical and financial help to people who want to sell their existing home. And thanks to the Government’s Help to Buy scheme, you may only need a deposit of five per cent to help you move into your dream Cavanna Home. For more details on these schemes, 504K or to view the show homes, a Constable and a Stokesay II, please visit the development which is open Thursday to Tuesday, from 10am to 5pm or call 01752 773187, email 504K@cavannahomes.co.uk or visit www.cavannahomes.co.uk.


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504K, a popular development consisting of a wide range of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes within easy reach of Plymouth City Centre.

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Exciting New Apartments at Mount Wise…. Mount Wise (Devon) Ltd is delighted to announce that the new phase of development at Mount Wise has begun. Leeward House is a contemporary building set on a very prominent position overlooking Royal William Yard, with far reaching views of the City up to Dartmoor, towards the Hoe and out over Plymouth Sound, and from the upper floors, views of the River Tamar and Cornwall. This phase connects urban living to the waterside. The historic setting of Mount Wise and waterside views on one side, and the dynamic views of the City on the other bring together a true understanding of just how much Plymouth has to offer. Some units also have the privilege of having an eagle eye’s view of the cricket pitch, cricket lovers will really feel that they have the superior seats when cricket matches are being played! Leeward House comprises 59 apartments over six floors delivering a mix of one, two and three bedroom homes each benefitting from either a private terrace or balcony. There will be private allocated parking, additional designated visitor parking and lift access to all floors. The contemporary theme flows from the design of the building’s external appearance to the internal fit out of all apartments. Careful attention has been taken to select superior finishes in all areas with products chosen to deliver a fresh appearance with clean lines, durability and the very best of modern living.

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Leeward House comprises 59 apartments over six floors delivering a mix of one, two and three bedroom homes each benefitting from either a private terrace or balcony.

The communal heating and hot water system will seek to minimise running costs and deliver on environmental benefits. Richard Keen of Mount Wise (Devon) Ltd comments, “We will be launching Leeward House on Friday 11th November 2016 from our new Sales Centre and are very excited about delivering a new style of urban waterside living at Mount Wise. Although the building is not expected to be completed until Autumn 2017 we have already received a great deal of registered interest.” The Mount Wise development is truly stunning with a tree-lined avenue leading to mature landscaped grounds around beautiful buildings and a quintessentially English Cricket Pitch. This former military headquarters is only a few minutes from Plymouth City Centre and has been sensitively redeveloped into a fabulous place to live.

Enjoy the benefits of a beautiful new home in this sensational setting. For more information or to register your interest visit: www.mountwise.co.uk or contact the sales centre on 01752 676633.


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