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THE T U R N I N Gwith E R N U theatre Royal commences
an outstanding season of shows at the Anna Jordan’s Compelling new play
What's On James Martin | Food and Drink Wedding Venues | Half Term Days Out Education Special Property | NEw HOmes | and More
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This autumn sees a season jam-packed with the best events, exhibitions, festivals and shows the city has to offer.
This issues food and drink section takes a look at what some of our local hotels and restaurants have in store for the festive season as well as some great new food and drink book releases.
We preview this years Plymouth Seafood Festival and hear from James Martin about his new tour, and there are also a couple of tickets up for grabs to see him at Plymouth Pavilions. Plus, we preview an outstanding autumn season at the Barbican Theatre.
Plus, we ask @BistroWineMan, Stephen Barrett, to sample a few wines that compliment seafood ahead of this years festival.
When getting married, the 'where' is one of the most important decisions you have to make.
WIthin our Education Guide, we will take a look at the 'Key Stages' of learning from Early Years to Primary, Secondary education to Post 16.
As the year comes to its ﬁnal quarter and the start of a new school year approaches, many of us will be thinking about moving or buying a home; aiming to be settled for the festive period.
Your dream venue can help structure a number of other aspects of the day, from the type of ceremony to the evenings entertainment. We take a look at some of Plymouth's favourite wedding venues to ﬁnd out how they can make your 'big day' that more special.
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what's on now – 15 Sept War Horse Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com Following 8 record-record breaking years in London’s West End and having played in 11 countries around the world to over 7 million people, the National Theatre’s acclaimed play War Horse will tour the UK from September 2017. Times and Prices vary, please see website for details.
4 – 5 Sept Michael McIntyre Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Britain’s biggest comedian Michael McIntyre is set to return to the stage with his eagerly awaited new tour and this time he is going global! Time: 8.45pm Prices vary, please see website for details. 8 Sept League of Gentlemen Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com The League of Gentlemen will return to the stage in 2018 for their first UK tour in over 12 years with their brand new live show ‘The League of Gentlemen Live Again!’ will see BAFTA Award winning comedy legends Reece Shearsmith, Steve Pemberton, Mark Gatiss and Jeremy Dyson bring their dark and unhinged fictional village of Royston Vasey to theatres and arenas. Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, please see website for details. 13 Sept White Top Mountain Band Barbican Theatre www.barbicantheatre.co.uk The Whitetop Mountain Band is a family-based band from the highest mountains of Virginia.
Their shows are very versatile and entertaining containing everything from fiddle/banjo instrumentals to powerful solos and harmony vocals on blues, classic country, honky tonk, traditional bluegrass numbers, old timey ballads, originals, and four part mountain gospel songs. Time: 8.30pm Prices vary, please see website for details. 14 Sept Van Dike Reunion 50th Anniversary Concert The Plymouth Athenaeum www.barbicantheatre.co.uk The Van Dike Club in Plymouth is a legend in rock history. In a modest side street off a main road leading to the Dockyard, the Van Dike Club saw all of the most famous names in rock, often before they were famous.To celebrate it's 50th anniversary we are delighted to welcome back some of the artists who were there at the very beginning alongside some on Plymouth's most beloved musicians of today: Martin Barre Band, John Fiddler, Vince Lee and The Trees. Time: 7pm Prices vary, please see website for details. 15 – 16 Sept Plymouth Seafood Festival www.plymouth.gov.uk Now in its seventh year, the Plymouth Seafood Festival will be supporting the fishing industry by offering a weekend full of delicious dishes for all the family to enjoy as well as hands-on activities Time: 10am – 5pm See more overleaf 20 Sept – 6 Oct The Unreturning Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com A compelling new play by Anna Jordan (Yen – Royal Court Theatre, Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting 2013), directed by Neil Bettles (Associate Director of Frantic Assembly) and
Seafood Festival featuring Frantic’s celebrated physicality, The Unreturning explores the profound effect that war has on young lives, and asks – what does coming home really mean? What is home? And when experience has shattered you into a million pieces, will home help to put you together again, or treat you as an ugly truth it does not want to confront? Times and Prices vary, please see website for details. 22 Sept Luke Wright presents Frankie Vah Barbican Theatre www.barbicantheatre.co.uk It’s 1987 and Frankie Vah gorges on love, radical politics, and dirty indie stardom. But can he keep it all down? Following the multi-award-winning What I Learned From Johnny Bevan, Luke Wright’s second verse play deals with love, loss, and belief, against a backdrop of skuzzy indie venues and 80s politics. Expect frenetic guitars, visceral verse, and a Morrissey-sized measure of heartache. Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, please see website for details. 22 – 29 Sept Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake returns with a fresh look for the 21st Century. Retaining all the iconic elements of the original production loved by millions around the world, Matthew Bourne and award-winning designers Lez Brotherston (Set and Costumes) and Paule Constable (Lighting) will create an exciting reimagining of the classic production. Times and Prices vary, please see website for details. 23 Sept Bubble Rush Newnham Park www.chsw.org.uk Foam filled family fun as you walk, jog or run through colourful bubble foam stations! Time: 9.30am - 2pm
Harry and Chris are the hottest comedy-rap-jazz duo out there. They might also be the only one. After sell-out runs of their 2016 and 2017 shows at the Edinburgh Fringe, Harry Baker and Chris Read have been featured three times on ‘The Russell Howard Hour’ (Sky), and tour regularly around the UK. Their songs range from panda repopulation to coming of age to Robot Wars, and they bring love and laughter to a world that needs both more than ever. Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, please see website for details. 13 – 14 Oct WWE NXT UK Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com NXT UK debuts in Plymouth this October! See your favourite NXT UK Superstars live & in action Time: 7pm Prices vary, please see website for details. 16 – 20 Oct Macbeth Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com Sleep no more… The ruined aftermath of a bloody civil war. Ruthlessly fighting to survive, the Macbeths are thrust towards the crown by forces of elemental darkness.
The Supervet 25 Sept Jurassic Park in Concert Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Celebrate one of the biggest movie franchises of all time with the Jurassic Park 25th Anniversary! Dinosaurs once again roam the Earth in an amazing theme park on a remote island. The action-packed adventure finds man up against prehistoric predators in the ultimate battle for survival. Featuring visually stunning imagery and groundbreaking filmmaking, this epic film is sheer movie-making magic which was 65 million years in the making. Time: 7pm Prices vary, please see website for details. 1 Oct The Supervet Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Professor Noel Fitzpatrick, The Supervet, is a true thought leader in his field, drawing inspiration for his bionic inventions from his everyday life experiences and observations of the world around him. Welcome to My World is a unique opportunity to discover how these commonplace experiences, from the lollipop lady on the corner of the street to the films and comics he loved as a boy, have inspired his revolutionary developments in orthopaedic surgery. Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, please see website for details. 2 – 6 Oct The Comedy About A Bank Robbery Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com Following the phenomenal multi award-winning comedy The Play That Goes Wrong, Mischief Theatre are back with their latest West End smash hit, The Comedy About A Bank Robbery. Times and Prices vary, please see website for details. 5 Oct James Wilton Dance presents The Storm The Plymouth Athenaeum www. barbicantheatre.co.uk The Storm features seven dancers, a soundtrack
of thundering electro-rock and is a whirlwind of lightning fast, athleticism, where acrobatics, break-dancing, martial arts and contact work fuse to form dance that will blow audiences away. Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, please see website for details. 9 – 10 Oct Birmingham Royal Ballet: Fire and Fury Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com Two incredible ballets, one from established choreographer, Director David Bintley, and one from a choreographer working on this scale for the first time, Juanjo Arqués.When young King Louis XIV of France danced the role of the Sun God in a spectacular court entertainment he earned himself the soubriquet The Sun King. In The King Dances, David Bintley casts a modern eye on the very beginnings of ballet, when men were kings of dance. Times and Prices vary, please see website for details. 11 Oct Joe Bonamassa Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com The forthcoming UK tour follows the news of Joe’s upcoming live album “British Blues Explosion Live”, and features Joe performing the music of Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page. Time: 8pm Prices vary, please see website for details. 11 – 13 Oct Birmingham Royal Ballet: La Fille Mal Gardée Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com Funny, tender and true, La Fille mal gardée (The Wayward Daughter) is a lovely ballet of rural bliss that will put a spectacular spring in your step. Times and Prices vary, please see website for details. 13 Oct Harry & Chris Save The World Barbican Theatre www.barbicantheatre.co.uk
The National Theatre, creators of War Horse and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, bring this epic and visually daring production of Shakespeare’s most intense tragedy on a tour of the UK and Ireland immediately following a sold out run in London. Times and Prices vary, please see website for details. 17 – 20 Oct Forgotten Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com 1917. Shandong Province, Northern China. Times are tough in Horse Shoe Village. Old Six and Second Moon struggle to earn enough to feed their young child. Big dog struggles to overcome opium addiction and for Eunuch Lin, the fall of the Imperial Dynasty couldn’t have come at a worse time. Could a fierce war away in Europe present an opportunity to put both themselves and their struggling nation on its feet? Times and Prices vary, please see website for details. 19 Oct James Martin: On the Road Again Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Superstar chef James Martin will be returning to theatres around the country this October following the huge success of his 2016 tour. On the Road… Again will see James bring the experiences of his hit TV shows ‘French Adventure’, ‘American Adventure’ and ‘Saturday Morning with James Martin’ to this brand new live show. Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, please see website for details. 19 Oct Avant Garde Dance present Fagin's Twist The Plymouth Athenaeum www.barbicantheatre.co.uk An ambitious fusion of hip-hop and contemporary dance theatre, critically acclaimed Avant Garde Dance's Fagin’s Twist is based on the story of Oliver Twist. It tells the story of Fagin and Bill Sykes’ childhood, imagining how it may have resembled Oliver’s. Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, please see website for details.
what's on 22 – 27 Oct Benidorm LIVE! Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com Starring Jake Canuso (Mateo), Janine Duvitski (Jacqueline), Adam Gillen (Liam), Sherrie Hewson (Joyce Temple-Savage), Shelley Longworth (Sam), Tony Maudsley (Kenneth) and Neptune Bar’s very own Asa Elliott, the ofﬁcial world premiere of Derren Litten’s smash-hit ITV comedy Benidorm is set to bring sunshine and smiles to Plymouth in the stage debut production of the hugely popular TV show. Times and Prices vary, please see website for details. 24 Oct Family Fun Day Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com Come along to our FREE open day this October Half Term from 10am – 3pm 27 Oct Caro Emerald Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Following 5 star reviews and sold out shows across the board, the gorgeous and stylish Caro Emerald is back with a brand new live UK tour for 2018. Time: 7pm Prices vary, please see website for details. 30 Oct – 3 Nov Still Alice Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com Alice Howland is stubborn, clever and driven – a professional at the top of her game. But, diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s at the age of 50, she is compelled to confront her new reality and draw on her resilience to remain independent for as long as possible. Times and Prices vary, please see website for details. 31 Oct Joanna Lumley: It's All About Me Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com The legendary Joanna Lumley will embark on her ﬁrst ever live tour, IT’S ALL ABOUT ME. Joanna will take to the road for the 30-date tour on 6 October at Belfast's Waterfront Hall and then perform at major theatres in Ireland and across the UK. Joanna will take audiences through her hilarious and interesting adventures from her incredible career spanning more than four decades, recounting some never heard before stories. She will also be joined on stage by friend and producer Clive Tulloh, who will put to Joanna questions from the audience that they’ve always wanted to ask, making the show a unique and hilarious night to remember. Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, please see website for details. 2 Nov Larry Dean presents Bampot Barbican Theatre www.barbicantheatre.co.uk Fresh from a sell-out international tour and smash-hit Live at the Apollo debut hilarious stand up Larry Dean brings his UK tour of Bampot to the Barbican Theatre stage on Friday 2 November. Larry has a new hour of 'unexpected and excellent' **** (Times) thoughts on Scottishness, sodomites and self-esteem. 'Confessional storytelling at its funniest' ***** (Herald). Time: 7.30pm Prices: £11.50
Plymouth Seafood Festival Saturday 15 - Sunday 16 September 2018 10:00am to 5:00pm
Now in its seventh year, the Plymouth Seafood Festival will be supporting the ﬁshing industry by offering a weekend full of delicious dishes for all the family to enjoy as well as hands-on activities, including children’s cookery fun, where they can touch and taste local produce. We have many reasons to celebrate our ﬁshing industry; Plymouth was the ﬁrst in the world to be awarded the Fish2Fork Blue Fish status for its commitment to sourcing sustainable ﬁsh. Plymouth also has the second largest ﬁsh market in the UK, where every day the market can receive up to as much as 60 tons of ﬁsh. It’s no surprise that we have such variety of fantastic seafood restaurants along the waterfront. The festival is a celebration of this and an opportunity to support our local ﬁshing industry in a weekend of family-fun. Well-known regional chefs from some of the best restaurants in the South West, will be showing off their culinary skills in the special Cookery Theatre. Throughout the weekend visitors can sample the delights of everything from lobster to whelk, as well as learning some new cooking techniques. Join in the ﬁsh auction of the day’s freshly caught catch; all contributions support the Fisherman’s Mission charity.
can learn about local produce through touch and taste. We are looking forward to welcoming the festival’s ofﬁcial resident artist, Debby Mason, who will have her fabulous artwork and products on display. Commissioned by the Plymouth Trawler Agents, Debby has created a beautiful poster showing all 50 ﬁsh species which can be found from our local waters. These will be available on her stand. See the ﬁshing vessels provided by Interﬁsh which will be moored alongside Quay Square. This is a great opportunity to chat to the local ﬁshermen about their fascinating and sometimes forbidding experiences out on the water. And, more importantly, where to purchase the freshest, locally caught seafood. We are excited to see the return of the fantastic Cardboard Boat Race, which will be on Commercial Wharf on Saturday 15 September. Build a boat out of nothing but a few bits of cardboard and some sticky tape, and sail it around a course in Plymouth harbour. The winner is the last one to sink! Teams can either opt into the pre-build option or build on the day.
You will be spoilt for choice with the huge selection of delicious food stalls to enjoy, and the children will love the crabbing competition along the harbour side by the Boathouse Café - Sunday 16 September at 2.30pm. Prizes awarded on the main stage.
On Sunday 16 September, Rockﬁsh will be holding their Crab Festival from 12pm outside their restaurant. With live music, entertainment and lots of fantastic special crab dishes to enjoy. Also on Sunday is the RNLI open day at Commercial Wharf, where you can explore the lifeboat vessels and rescue equipment.
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“...one of the most brilliantly entertaining and original productions of the year” The Reviews Hub on 49 Donkeys Hanged
With ‘er two troublesome brothers at each other’s throats, it’s up to Maddy to save the day. Her only hope? To win the United Downs Boneshaker stock car race. But first she needs to fix up her father’s old wheels – the legendary Kneebone Cadillac. Soon, Maddy’s impossible plan sets the whole community on a collision course for chaos! The Kneebone Cadillac is a careening new Cornish comedy from the team who brought you Grand Guignol, Horse Piss For Blood and this year’s Drum hit, 49 Donkeys Hanged.
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Non ratia sequam quiducius 2001, heading the relevant department covering intensive bidding battle. Sed ut porem. Non ratia sequam quiducius 2001, heading the relevant department covering themsevles with items they no longer want Jewellers of Marseille, France. The family still themsevles with items they no longer want or sorting through the contents of their fathers china It was purchased in 1961 from Pellegrin Jewellers of Marseille, France. The family stillor It was purchased inof 1961 from and Pellegrin mos dolum ipsum in prorae molore nestiore, the North West England Wales. mos dolum ipsum in prorae molore nestiore, the North West of England and Wales. cabinet brought along an array of interesting perhaps collect. Before you get rid of any items It was purchased in 1961 from Pellegrin had the original the receipt for showing that perhaps collect. Before you get rid of any items Ed moluptat rem dolum ullacestis magni id Jewellers of Marseille, France. The family still It was purchased in 1961 from Pellegrin had the original the receipt for showing that Ed moluptat rem dolum ullacestis magni id Jewellers of Marseille, France. The family still Auctioneer Paul Keen ‘Our auction rooms are nus dolorumqui blaborum atur? Quis imaximus oriental objects and small Victorian collectables. Auctioneer Paul Keen ‘Our auction rooms are nus17,000 dolorumqui blaborum atur? Quis imaximus perhaps just take them along to a proffessional Jewellers of Marseille, France. The family some Francs was paid for the ring. perhaps just take them along toaut a proffessional experovit doloria tusam, ommos exped had the original the receipt for showing that Ed moluptat rem dolum ullacestis magni id Jewellers of Marseille, France. The family stilllaut some 17,000 Francs was paid for the ring. experovit doloria tusam, ommos aut exped had the original the receipt for showing that EdIt moluptat rem dolum ullacestis magni idstill firmly established as the place to buy and sell dolla dolorum et verumque laborepratem attracted national and international interest firmly established as the place to buy and sell dolla dolorum et verumque laborepratem laut It attracted national and international interest auction house for a quick appraisal. One lucky had the original the receipt for showing that It had been very well looked after, locked in a auction house for a quick appraisal. One lucky Ed moluptat rem dolum ullacestis magni id maiossi volorpos initiat lic torest quis alignatur some 17,000 Francs was paid for the ring. As the market remains buoyant for Asian art the doloria tusam, ommos aut exped had the original the receipt for showing that Itexperovit had been very well looked after, locked into a to Ed moluptat rem dolum ullacestis magni id maiossi volorpos initiat lic torest quis alignatur some 17,000 Francs was paid for the ring. experovit doloria tusam, ommos aut exped There is no obligation to sell but ifif you wish fine jewellery and watches. We are able omnis nonet omnisci antiaes dolupta turibus from both private buyers and jewellers from as There is no obligation to sell but you wish fine jewellery and watches. We are able to to omnis nonet omnisci antiaes dolupta turibus from both private and jewellers from as owner did just that with their Chinese vase. family may be in buyers for a lic surprise with the values some 17,000 Francs was paid for the ring. safe for many years. owner did just that with their Chinese vase. experovit doloria tusam, ommos aut exped magnimolupis earuptatis magniti andions It had been very well looked after, locked in a maiossi volorpos initiat torest quis alignatur some 17,000 Francs was paid for the ring. safe for many years. experovit doloria tusam, ommos aut exped magnimolupis earuptatis magniti andions It had been very well looked after, locked in a maiossi volorpos initiat lic torest quis alignatur they can consign items to their popular online promote all lots worldwide with many overseas doluptio. Itatur aperest eossus ut eos ant far as Israel but it was a regular bidder at the they can consign items to their popular online promote all lots worldwide with many overseas doluptio. Itatur aperest eossus ut eos ant of some of the porcelain tea bowls and dishes. far as Israel but it was a regular bidder at the It had been very well looked after, locked in a maiossi volorpos initiat lic torest quis alignatur erruption exero qui recestias quis et ratus safe for many years. magnimolupis earuptatis magniti andions It had been very well looked after, locked in a maiossi volorpos initiat lic torest quis alignatur erruption exero qui recestias quis et ratus safe for many years. magnimolupis earuptatis magniti andions specialist auctions. bidders buying from us'. Somenow notable pieces inthat the collection included hilligendit expla nia nem non pa sintem dene saleroom in Plymouth was able to specialist auctions. bidders now buying from us'. hilligendit expla nia nem non pa sintem denethe saleroom in Plymouth that was able to outbid outbid the safe for many years. The diamond had all the right commercial magnimolupis earuptatis magniti andions voluptatur rerum dolorum que prepe plibus erruption exero qui recestias quis et ratus safe foraoccus many years. The diamond had all the right commercial magnimolupis earuptatis magniti andions voluptatur rerum dolorum que prepe plibus Chinese blanc de chine libation cup erruption exero qui recestias quis etmoulded ratus pro verrum quaernat fugia voluptatias competition with a bid of £54,000. pro occus verrum quaernat fugia voluptatias competition with a bid of £54,000. ingredients to ensure a top price was paid with deer, trees and birds. This dates back to erruption exero qui recestias quis et ratus ditinti dollati dolupta temperi assus, ut ulles The diamond had all the right commercial voluptatur rerum dolorum que prepe plibus Plymouth Auction Rooms are delighted to ingredients to ensure a top price was paid erruption exero qui recestias quis et ratus ditinti dollati dolupta temperi assus, ut ulles The diamond had all the right commercial voluptatur rerum dolorum que prepe plibus Plymouth Auction Rooms are delighted to Whilst Plymouth Auction Rooms are well known ea nimusdae ese mos velestrum se sim sum Whilst Plymouth Auction Rooms are well known ea nimusdae ese mos velestrum se sim sum the late 18th century and carries awas guide price The popular naïve art of Simeon Stafford with The diamond had all the right commercial being of a fine brilliant cut, high clarity and of voluptatur rerum dolorum que prepe plibus atus, nis et qui nonsendit la nectecescia sume ingredients to ensure a top price paid ditinti dollati dolupta temperi assus, ut ulles The diamond had all the right commercial welcome to their team Mr Andrew Spicer; a being of a£200 fine brilliant cut, high clarity and of voluptatur rerum dolorum que prepe plibus atus, nis et qui nonsendit la nectecescia sume Plymouth Auction Rooms are delighted to ingredients to aoptat top price was paid ditinti dollati dolupta temperi assus, ut ulles welcome to their team Mr Andrew Spicer; a are Plymouth Auction Rooms are delighted to for selling fine jewellery and paintings they fugitiu stiur, od qui moditatiatet eos The ring was owned by a lady in East Devon who of of toensure £300, from an earlier period is the for selling fine jewellery and paintings they are fugitiu stiur, od qui optat moditatiatet eos The ring was owned by a lady in East Devon who views St. Ives lead the way with three fine oil ingredients to ensure a top price was paid a good colour. It was brought along to one ditinti dollati dolupta temperi assus, ut ulles perro ist, soloria volum quiam, ofﬁ cit ofﬁ ctu being of a fine brilliant cut, high clarity and of Plymouth Auction Rooms are delighted to atus, nis et qui nonsendit la nectecescia sume ingredients to ensure a top price was paid jewellery, watch and silver specialist. aatus, good colour. Itnonsendit was brought along to one ditinti dollati dolupta temperi assus, ut ulles perro ist, soloria volum quiam, ofﬁ cit ofﬁ ctu welcome to their team Mr Andrew Spicer; a being of aet fine brilliant cut, high clarity and of Plymouth Auction Rooms are delighted to nis qui la nectecescia sume jewellery, watch and silver specialist. Chinese Famille Verte libation cup with dragons, welcome to their team Mr Andrew Spicer; aof also established for fascinating auctions inherited ring. Her father originally purchased itit also established for fascinating auctions of Aof collection ofnonsendit Victorian silver and enamelled inherited ring. Her father originally purchased paintings raising an impressive £6,000. A study being a fine brilliant cut, high clarity and of Paul Keen’s valuation mornings held daily at atus, nis et qui la nectecescia sume ribusam mo dolori nobis quae conserit posti a good colour. It was brought to one from the Kangxi period, this isalong badly damaged welcome to their team Mr Andrew Spicer; a perro ist, soloria volum quiam, ofﬁ cit ofﬁ ctu being of aililjeweller fine brilliant cut, high clarity and of Paul Keen’s valuation mornings held at atus, nis et qui la nectecescia sume ribusam mo dolori nobis quae conserit posti jewellery, watch and silver specialist. a good colour. Itnonsendit was brought along todaily one welcome to their team Mr Andrew Spicer; a perro ist, soloria volum quiam, ofﬁ cit ofﬁ ctu jewellery, watch and silver specialist. collectors’ items. cigarette and other boxes were also recently dernati ureptas nos eseque con et porpor from a in Stratford in the late 1960’s. collectors’ items. dernati ureptas nos eseque con et porpor from a jeweller in Stratford in the late 1960’s. of Karen by Robert Lenkiewicz sold for £3,000 but is still expected to attract a lot of interest. a good colour. It was brought along to one of Plymouth Rooms where ititlocally was initially perro ist, soloria volum quiam, ofﬁ cit ofﬁ ctu accus alibusc iatium solumquo qui de voles Paul Keen’s valuation mornings held at jewellery, watch and silver specialist. ribusam ililAuction mo dolori nobis quae conserit posti a good colour. It was brought along todaily one of Andrew has over 30 years’ experience in the Plymouth Auction Rooms where was initially perro ist, soloria volum quiam, ofﬁ cit ofﬁ ctu accus alibusc iatium solumquo qui de voles Paul Keen’s valuation mornings held daily at appraised. They had been collected for years jewellery, watch and silver specialist. ribusam mo dolori nobis quae conserit posti Andrew has over 30 years’ experience in the sequoditas sint am num nihiciet qui si dolupta sequoditas sint am num nihiciet qui si dolupta and another of Anna sold forthe £2,200. Also a Paul Keen’s valuation mornings held daily at valued at £15,000 to £20,000. ribusam ililbi mo dolori nobis quae conserit posti and the owners instinct of buying quality examples everspid mintion sequaep erionse quamus Plymouth Auction Rooms where ititet was initially accus alibusc iatium solumquo qui de voles Paul Keen’s valuation mornings held daily at auction starting out in Bond Street valued atworld, £15,000 to £20,000. ribusam mo dolori nobis quae conserit posti everspid mintion sequaep erionse quamus Andrew has over 30 years’ experience in the Plymouth Auction Rooms where was initially accus alibusc iatium solumquo qui de voles auction world, starting out in the Bond Street Andrew has over 30 years’ experience in the These monthly auctions feature a host There are many collectors for Chinese teapots soof turitiustis essinci entiis maios etur? Qui Auctioneer Paul Keen ‘we are delighted to These bi monthly auctions feature a host ofhave turitiustis essinci entiis maios et£13,600. etur? Qui Auctioneer Paul Keen ‘we are to have proved worthwhile with the collection raising over painting of Roxanne was bid to It may be just a print by it was by L.S. Lowry Plymouth Auction Rooms where ititdelighted was initially accus alibusc iatium solumquo qui de voles Itnostalgia may be just a print by it was by L.S. Lowry eriatemporro quibus aut et aut et prorrum et valued at £15,000 to £20,000. Andrew has over 30 years’ experience in the everspid mintion sequaep erionse quamus Plymouth Auction Rooms where was initially jewellery department of Phillips, before moving accus alibusc iatium solumquo qui de voles the unusual Chinese Yixing teapot may appeal, eriatemporro quibus aut et aut et prorrum et auction world, starting out in the Bond Street valued at £15,000 to £20,000. Andrew has over 30 years’ experience in the everspid mintion sequaep erionse quamus jewellery department of Phillips, before moving auction world, starting out in the Bond Street from Dinky Toys to Medals to Model non rest ant, ofﬁ cat emporeceris et hictius handled such a stunning ring, our pre sale £3,000. Notable results included aand Victorian Andrew specialises in antique period nostalgia from Dinky Toys toisthe Medals to Model non rest ant, odi ofﬁ cat emporeceris et hictius handled such aodi stunning ring, our pre sale Andrew specialises in antique and period Twelve paintings by Brian Pollard all found and sold for ten times estimate this week at valued at £15,000 to £20,000. itIpswich dates from the late 19th and of globular Five telephone bids were booked two days everspid mintion sequaep erionse quamus and sold for ten times estimate this week at lab intorem perrumet litaspero estrumq uuntios auction world, starting out in the Bond Street eriatemporro quibus aut et aut et prorrum et valued at £15,000 to £20,000. to the and then Chester salerooms. Five telephone bids were booked two days everspid mintion sequaep erionse quamus lab intorem perrumet litaspero estrumq uuntios jewellery department of Phillips, before moving auction world, starting out in the Bond Street eriatemporro quibus aut et aut et prorrum et to the Ipswich and then Chester salerooms. enamelled silver vesta with horse and carriage scene jewellery department of Phillips, before moving Ships and Collectables Coins. sandit, illupta temperat ium sit ped maion assessment proved to be accurate and the fact jewellery, wrist and pocket watches and Ships and Collectables Coins. sandit, illupta temperat ium sit ped maion assessment proved to be accurate and the fact jewellery, wrist and pocket watches and form applied with various nuts and seeds with buyers with the top prices going foroptat two Pub £3,500. before the sale and a host of enquiries were eriatemporro quibus aut et aut et prorrum et £3,500. dit autamus, quaesequi bero quam, Five telephone bids were booked two days jewellery department of Phillips, before moving lab intorem perrumet litaspero estrumq uuntios at £580 and another similar one depicting a charming There then followed 14 years of retail antique before the sale and a host of enquiries were eriatemporro quibus aut et aut et prorrum et dit autamus, quaesequi bero quam, optat to the Ipswich then Chester salerooms. Five telephone bids were booked two days jewellery department of Phillips, before moving lab intorem perrumet litaspero estrumq uuntios There then followed 14 years of retail antique to the Ipswich and then Chester salerooms. culparum ea con parum harum volupta erunti a silver spout and cover and four panels of the a lucky lady will be wearing this on Christmas silverware, with more than a passing interest culparum ea con parum harum volupta the athe lucky lady will beThe wearing this on Christmas silverware, with more than aestrumq passing interest in scenes at £700 each. Naval study byerunti in study of aperrumet horse and dog selling for £480 (above). Five telephone bids booked two days received thought the week by the auctioneers. lab intorem litaspero uuntios veribusamus. before sale a host of enquiries were to the Ipswich and then Chester salerooms. dit autamus, quaesequi bero quam, optat Five telephone bids were booked two days jewellery and silver before returning to the received thought the week by the auctioneers. lab intorem perrumet litaspero estrumq uuntios veribusamus. Some notable art sales this week included the There then followed 14 years of retail antique before the sale awere host of enquiries were to the Ipswich and then Chester salerooms. dit autamus, quaesequi bero quam, optat script, standing 14cm. Within the collection the jewellery and silver before returning to the Some notable art sales this week included the There then followed 14 years of retail antique Auctioneer Paul Keen ‘we have seen a huge qui blanto ma corit, omnimpo ssinctatatem Day is an added bonus.’ coins, medals and Art Deco bronzes. Auctioneer Paul Keen ‘we have seen a huge qui blanto ma corit, omnimpo ssinctatatem Day is an added bonus.’ coins, medals and Art Deco bronzes. Plymouth’s Lee Woods sold very well at £950 before the sale and a host of enquiries were The ring was finally sold for £32,400 following an dit autamus, quaesequi bero quam, optat received thought the week by the auctioneers. auctioneers also found Georgian snuff boxes, There then followed 14 years of retail antique veribusamus. before the sale and a host of enquiries were auction world with Bonhams in Chester, in The ring was finally sold for £32,400 following an dit autamus, quaesequi bero quam, optat large Simeon Stafford painting at £4,000, an Irish jewellery and silver before returning to the received thought the week by the auctioneers. There then followed 14 years of retail antique veribusamus. auction world with Bonhams in Chester, in large Simeon Stafford atalso £4,000, jewellery and before returning tocollectors’ the an Irish uplift in recent years in demand for With huge uplift inque demands forsecea vintage Rolex eari con plique sit sedis digenem et sale offered athe host ofsilver jewellery but the uplift in recent years inpainting demand for collectors’ eari con plique sitratia que sedis secea digenem et and aaheading Duncan McGregor scene tripled Although the vase had been badly damaged and 19th century micro mosaic jewellery box and received thought the week by the auctioneers. intensive bidding battle. Although the vase had been badly damaged and veribusamus. Sed ut porem. Non sequam quiducius ring was finally sold for £32,400 following an jewellery and silver before returning to the received thought the week by the auctioneers. 2001, the relevant department covering intensive bidding battle. veribusamus. Sed ut porem. Non ratia sequam quiducius painting by Maurice Wilks that had 8 lines, auction world with Bonhams in Chester, in watches, anow South Hams owner of an ‘old Rolex’ had The ring was finally sold for £32,400 following an dThe out ring was the fine antique sapphire and jewellery and silver before returning to the 2001, heading the relevant department covering painting by Maurice Wilks that had 8 phone phone lines, auction world with Bonhams in Chester, in items. We attract worldwide bidders for ipiciis ati consequi aboris alignis ma seque pra Highlights of his career so far include a items. We now attract worldwide bidders foran much more. ipiciis ati consequi aboris alignis ma seque pra Highlights of his career so far include a expectations at £1,050. had some major restoration work it was certainly The ring was finally sold for £32,400 following had some major restoration work it was certainly no idea of its value when he brought it along to a mos dolum ipsum in prorae molore nestiore, ond three stone which sold to a London intensive bidding battle. auction world with Bonhams in in Sed ut porem. Non ratia sequam quiducius The ring was finally sold for £32,400 following the North West of England and Wales. mos dolum ipsum in prorae molore nestiore, £5,700, two Lowry signed prints that sold for 2001, heading the relevant department covering intensive bidding auction world with Bonhams in Chester, Chester, in Sed ut porem. Non ratia sequam quiducius the North West ofbattle. England and Wales. £5,700, two signed prints that sold foran 2001, heading the relevant department covering all sorts of collectables. Anything from fountain ium ea niendi beatiorate debiscipsam, collection of sold for over all sorts of collectables. Anything from ium ea niendi beatiorate debiscipsam, collection ofLowry wristwatches that sold for over recent event. Itwristwatches hadthe been in theQuis drawer’ forfountain years antique and dated from the Kangxi Period. It neintensive bidder for £4,300 as did next‘sat lot atthat bidding battle. Auctioneer Paul Keen ‘Our auction rooms are antique and dated from Kangxi Period. It Sed ut porem. Non ratia sequam quiducius nus dolorumqui blaborum atur? imaximus 2001, heading the relevant department covering mos dolum ipsum in prorae molore nestiore, intensive bidding battle. Auctioneer Paul Keen ‘Our auction rooms are Sed ut porem. Non ratia sequam quiducius Another family heirloom isthe the stunning Meiji nus dolorumqui blaborum atur? Quis imaximus £3,500 and £2,800, a Beryl Cook print ‘Leopard the North West of England and Wales. 2001, heading the relevant department covering dolum ipsum in prorae molore nestiore, £3,500 and £2,800, aHorny Beryl Cook print ‘Leopard the North West of England and Wales. pens, to Star Wars , Railway and even but was still in working order. Valuer Richard was £500,000 with the top example being a Patek pens, to Star Wars , Horny Railway and even 00mos which was a pretty ruby ring which came £500,000 with the top example being a Patek The surprise of the Auction came when the came up for auction at Plymouth Auction Rooms Japanese satsuma moon flask, by Hododa, firmly established as the place to buy and sell came up for auction at Plymouth Auction Rooms mos dolum ipsum in prorae molore nestiore, dolla dolorum et verumque laborepratem laut Auctioneer Paul Keen ‘Our auction rooms are the North West of England and Wales. nus dolorumqui blaborum atur? Quis imaximus firmly established as the place to buy and sell mos dolum ipsum in prorae molore nestiore, dolla dolorum et verumque laborepratem laut Skin’ at £1,200, a Joan Gillchrest original at Auctioneer Paul Keen ‘Our auction rooms are the North West of England and Wales. nus dolorumqui blaborum atur? Quis imaximus quick to spot itsoldiers and instantly explain its sale potential. the same Plymouth family. Skin’ at £1,200, a Joan Gillchrest original at plastic Timpo are now in demand and eatem ime endipsam que sed mod quameni Philippe complicated chronograph wristwatch, plastic Timpo soldiers are now in demand and eatem ime endipsam que sed mod quameni decorated with many faces amongst rich gilt Philippe complicated chronograph wristwatch, bidding for the Beryl Cook tapestry went way recent sale of Chinese porcelain. The saleroom Auctioneer Paul Keen ‘Our auction rooms are fine jewellery and watches. We are able to recent sale of Chinese porcelain. The saleroom nus dolorumqui blaborum atur? Quis imaximus omnis nonet omnisci antiaes dolupta turibus firmly established as the place to buy and sell ‘1940’s Oyster chronographs are extremely rare and dolla dolorum et verumque laborepratem laut Auctioneer Paul Keen ‘Our auction rooms are fine jewellery and watches. We are able to nus dolorumqui blaborum atur? Quis imaximus omnis nonet omnisci antiaes dolupta turibus £6,500 and Kurt Jackson £3,200. firmly established as the place to buy and sell dolla dolorum et verumque laborepratem laut £6,500 and Kurt Jackson at £3,200. make some incredible sums.’ asperitiur, vollesequi tem expedig nihicia work standing 31cm tall. In at excellent condition model 3974, at over £220,000. The Milltown make some incredible sums.’ asperitiur, vollesequi tem expedig nihicia model 3974, at over £220,000. The Milltown beyond expectations. The simple naïve tapestry was full of Chinese collectors, many had highly sought after’. When itwith came up for auction atmosphere was electric when the watches firmly established as the place to buy and sell promote all lots worldwide many overseas was full of Chinese collectors, many had dolla dolorum et verumque laborepratem laut doluptio. Itatur aperest eossus ut eos ant fine jewellery and watches. We are able to omnis nonet omnisci antiaes dolupta turibus firmly established as the place to buy and sell promote all lots worldwide with many overseas dolla dolorum et verumque laborepratem laut doluptio. Itatur aperest eossus ut eos ant fine jewellery and watches. We are able to and decorated both sides with a guide price of omnis nonet omnisci antiaes dolupta turibus tquibus demquis explaccae. Otaeriaera net Trust, Isle of of Georgian tquibus demquis explaccae. Otaeriaera net there were an Man army ofcollection internet and phone bidders efine up,travelled the saleroom was packed with Rolex Trust, Isle of Man collection of Georgian that had been completed for Beryl’s sister and down from London. The condition of jewellery and watches. We are able to bidders now buying from us'. travelled down from London. The condition of omnis nonet omnisci antiaes dolupta turibus hilligendit expla nia nem non pa sintem dene promote all lots worldwide with many overseas £400 to £500. doluptio. Itatur aperest eossus ut eos ant fine jewellery and watches. We are able to bidders now buying from us'. omnis nonet omnisci antiaes turibus hilligendit expla nia nem non pa sintem dene The previous week some of the top London promote all lots worldwide with many overseas doluptio. Itatur aperest eossus ut eos ant The previous week some of the top London The auctioneers also specialise in the disposal keen to acquire the timepiece, itdolupta finally sold for aand quis alique liqui te minciam esti quis aut occum pocket watch collectors. The sale results miniature silverware at over £250,000 an The auctioneers also specialise in the disposal quis alique liqui te minciam esti quis aut occum miniature silverware at over £250,000 and an itit was only expected to sell for a few hundred the vase did not deter determined bidders and promote all lots worldwide with many overseas the vase did not deter determined bidders and doluptio. Itatur aperest eossus ut eos ant pro occus verrum quaernat fugia voluptatias bidders now buying from us'. hilligendit expla nia nem non pa sintem dene promote all lots worldwide with many overseas doluptio. 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Whilst Auction Rooms are well known finally sold for a remarkable £11,400. hilligendit expla nia nem non pa sintem dene ea nimusdae ese mos velestrum se sim sum 5,700 to a Plymouth bidder in Kuala Lumpur, Rolex pro occus verrum quaernat fugia voluptatias bidders now buying from us'. Whilst Plymouth Auction Rooms are well known hilligendit expla nia nem non pa sintem dene ealot nimusdae ese mos velestrum se sim sum by the auctioneers, it sold for £5,700 on the pro occus verrum quaernat fugia voluptatias lot by the auctioneers, it sold for £5,700 on the antique and collectors auction at Plymouth Graham Brooks collection of Baden Powell dolorerrum, vit di tem estiae. Ro dolorepedis ut Riding Crop” at £72,000. the Graham Brooks collection ofvoluptatias Baden Powell dolorerrum, vit di tem estiae. Ro dolorepedis ut Riding Crop” at £72,000. 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Murder Mystery Evenings Releasing your inner super sleuth, you will piece together the clues, interrogate potential suspects and solve the crimes. Friday 28th September - ‘Murder on the Dance Floor’ | Friday 23rd November -‘Circus of Murder’ From 7pm | £55 per person, includes a three course dinner and welcome drink
Macaron Workshop paired with Laurent-Perrier If you have always wanted to master the skill of macaron baking, join us for a workshop where you’ll be taught the key techniques needed to make these delectable little treats by our talented chefs. Thursday 18th October | 12pm | £60 per person, includes workshop and Champagne pairings
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Laurent-Perrier Dinner An elegant evening bringing together exquisite fine dining and Champagne. Be tempted by a five-course tasting menu created by Head Chef Scott Paton paired with the finest Champagne of Laurent-Perrier Friday 9th November | £49 per person, includes five-course tasting menu and Champagne pairings
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Superstar chef James Martin will be returning to theatres around the country this October following the huge success of his 2016 tour. On the Road… Again will see James bring the experiences of his hit TV shows ‘French Adventure’, ‘American Adventure’ and ‘ Saturday Morning with James Martin’ to this brand new live show. His legendary cooking skills will be on display, dazzling the audiences with his skill, speed and dexterity, and of course his usual unabashed humour. Audiences can expect an entertaining, fast-moving, immersive show, jam-packed with James’ signature cooking demonstrations and full of exciting twists. Although food will be at the heart of the show, James will also be joined by special guests and promises some big surprises. He learned to play guitar for his last tour, so who knows what will pull out of the pan this year!
“I can’t wait to get back on the road for this tour. Last time around I was absolutely blown away by the reception. It was really thrilling to be able interact more directly with an audience, which is something I can’t do on TV. Lots has happened since the last tour, I’ve been on a culinary journey of a lifetime with my French and American Adventure TV shows and my Saturday morning show. I hope to integrate these fabulous food experiences in to a tasty live show! I’ll be pulling together my favourite recipes and mixing in plenty of surprises and special guests in what I hope is going to be feast of a performance!”
It’s not just going to be me standing at an oven baking some bread! I had such great feedback from the first tour that I am determined to put all my energy into this one to make it even better! The tour will reflect James’s love of hearty food as well as some of his other passions…the great outdoors, and, of course, fast cars. James will welcome guests into his on-stage kitchen, including some of his celebrity friends, members of the audience and a regional guest chef who will add an exciting dynamic to each show. Plus, look out for an exciting twist every night as James attempts to create a dish in the most difficult of circumstances… Within each live show James will give an insight into two passions – cooking and cars – which have fuelled his hopes, dreams and successes and made him the household name he is today! James commented. “It’s very important for me that we put on a show and a performance. It’s not just going to be me standing at an oven baking some bread! I had such great feedback from the first tour that I am determined to put all my energy into this one to make it even better!” James brings his 'On The Road Agian' tour to Plymouth Pavilions on Friday 19 October 2018 7:30 pm. For details on ticket prices visit: www.theticketstore.co.uk
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Fresh from a sell-out international tour and smash-hit Live at the Apollo debut hilarious stand up Larry Dean brings his UK tour of Bampot to the Barbican Theatre stage on Friday 2 November (7:30pm. Tickets £11.50) Larry has a new hour of 'unexpected and excellent' **** (Times) thoughts on Scottishness, sodomites and self-esteem. 'Confessional storytelling at its funniest' ***** (Herald). As seen on Comedy Central at the Comedy Store and Roast Battle. 'The easy charm of an arena comic and the high joke rate, too' (Guardian). 'A winning combination of being daft and being a smart aleck' (Chortle. co.uk). Formed in 1991 The Fab Beatles have risen through sheer hard work & dedication to be one of the most sought after Beatles tribute bands in the world today, with concerts performed all over the globe. We bring them to The Plymouth Athenaeum on Friday 9 November (7:30pm. Tickets £20) The Fab Beatles show starts with early "Hamburg" material & goes right through all the singles & album tracks to "Let It Be" & the "breakup", with a repertoire that is second to none! The Fab Beatles pride themselves on professionalism and attention to detail, and it’s well documented that the Fab's sound is the closest you will ever hear to the originals.
Harry and Chris
Barbican Theatre are bringing a great selection of theatre, dance, music, comedy and spoken word to Plymouth this autumn including… On Saturday 22 September Fringe First & Stage Award for Acting Excellence winner Luke Wright bring his new show Frankie Vah to Barbican Theatre’s intimate stage (7:30pm. Tickets £11.50 / £13.50).” It’s 1987 and Frankie Vah gorges on love, radical politics, and dirty indie stardom. But can he keep it all down?” Following the multi-award-winning What I Learned From Johnny Bevan, Luke Wright’s second verse play deals with love, loss, and belief, against a backdrop of skuzzy indie venues and 80s politics. Expect frenetic guitars, visceral verse, and a Morrissey-sized measure of heartache.
We welcome critically acclaimed James Wilton Dance back to Plymouth on Friday 5 October, with his brand new tour of The Storm (7:30pm. Tickets £11.50 / £13.50). Their first time on The Plymouth Athenaeum stage, James Wilton Dance are one of Europe’s most in demand dance companies. The Storm features seven dancers, a soundtrack of thundering electro-rock and is a whirlwind of lightning fast, athleticism, where acrobatics, break-dancing, martial arts and contact work fuse to form dance that will blow audiences away. Fans of comedy and music will love Harry and Chris. Their latest tour Harry and Chris Save The World comes to Barbican Theatre on Saturday 13 October (7:30pm. Tickets £14) Harry and Chris are the hottest comedy-rap-jazz duo out there. They might also be the only one. After sell-out runs of their 2016 and 2017 shows at the Edinburgh Fringe, Harry Baker and Chris Read have been featured three times on ‘The Russell Howard Hour’ (Sky), and tour regularly around the UK. They also scored a number one comedy single on iTunes this summer with the World Cup Song. Their songs range from panda repopulation to coming of age to Robot Wars, and they bring love and laughter to a world that needs both more than ever.
We’re back at The Plymouth Athenaeum on Friday 19 October with cutting edge, world renowned hip-hop dance company Avant Garde Dance’s Fagin’s Twist (7:30pm. £12.50 / £15.50) An ambitious fusion of hip-hop and contemporary dance theatre, Fagin’s Twist is based on the story of Oliver Twist. It tells the story of Fagin and Bill Sykes’ childhood, imagining how it may have resembled Oliver’s. They are corrupted by greed, and worn down by poverty. When the audience meets Oliver – a vulnerable child – it seems impossible that he will be able to break out of this cycle, and indeed in Avant Garde Dance’s version there is no fairy tale ending. Oliver is heir to Fagin and Bill’s criminal enterprise, and it is ambiguous whether Oliver is more victim or victor. Avant Garde Dance
Book tickets for all of these performances and many more (including our Christmas show Aladdin with Le Navet Bete at The Plymouth Athenaeum from 12 Dec to 6 Jan) at barbicantheatre.co.uk, by calling 01752 267131 (Mon – Fri 11am – 6pm) or pop into the box office at Barbican Theatre (open Mon – Fri 11am – 6pm) Ticket prices are inclusive of all booking fees and charges. Luke Wright
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Boringdon Hall launch their new Traditional Afternoon Tea
On 1st September, Boringdon Hall in Plympton launches their new Traditional Afternoon Tea which is served all year round alongside the hotel’s popular monthly themed Special Edition Afternoon Teas.
Head Chef Scott Paton and his team of talented chefs have been busy in the kitchen creating divine new sweet treats including a Pistachio and Raspberry Macaroon, Hazelnut Tiffin with Praline Crémeux, Gateaux Opera and St Clement’s Tart. An array of savoury delights accompanies the cakes and delicacies and is all topped off with the finest selection of Jing Teas.
Moorland Garden Hotel A place for all seasons
The Moorland Garden Hotel is a special place to be at any time of the year. If you are looking for a night away from it all, a lunchtime outing, a cream tea looking over the lawns, an afternoon tea treat with friends or dinner with family we will be happy to look after you. The Wildﬂower Restaurant is a great place to enjoy every meal of the day. It looks out over the Hotel’s 9 acres of grounds and the terrace, which is a beautifully sunny place to enjoy a glass or two of your favourite beverage as the sun sets. Monday to Saturday 12 – 2.00pm you can enjoy a set lunch or choose from our individually priced menu. On Sunday, our traditional lunch is available as two or three courses, served between 12 – 2.00pm. The Dartmoor Bar and Lounge is a great option for catching up over coffee and cake, enjoying our lunch and dinner menus in an informal setting, or dining with fourlegged friends. As well as serving the traditional Devon cream tea daily the Moorland Garden Hotel also has a delightful Afternoon Tea with a choice of loose leaf teas. At this time of year with long, warm evenings the doors are open to the gardens and charming birdsong, and over the weekends a blissfully happy Bride and Groom can be seen walking hand in hand across the garden into the meadow as the sun sets before they re-join their guests ready for an awesome party.
Afternoon Tea at Boringdon Hall is served in the dramatic surroundings of the quintessentially English Great Hall in Devon. To make a booking call 01752 344455 or take a look at the menu online: www.boringdonhall.co.uk.
Chillier evenings and crisp mornings will lend themselves to strolls around the garden and cosying up with a good book or stretching out in front of the ﬁre with a delicious hot chocolate. As Autumn approaches the leaves will begin to change in the gardens creating amazing colours as a backdrop for many happy memories and family photographs. Chillier evenings and crisp mornings will lend themselves to strolls around the garden and cosying up with a good book or stretching out in front of the ﬁre with a delicious hot chocolate. Let the team at the Hotel help to make an occasion special and be a part of your day. Contact the Hotel on 01822 852245 or email@example.com to enquire today.
Laurent-Perrier Dinner Friday 9th November
You are invited to a very special evening at Boringdon Hall, bringing together exquisite fine dining and Champagne. Be tempted by a five-course tasting menu created by Head Chef Scott Paton made using the freshest and seasonal ingredients with each delectable course paired with the finest Champagne of Laurent-Perrier. Price: £49 per person To make a booking call 01752 344455 or to see book via the website:www.boringdonhall.co.uk. Limited places available, advanced booking is essential.
Date 8th, 15th & 24th December
A Very Dickensian Murder
Festive Murder Mystery In 1893 the Widow Snozbottom doesn’t have a lot of money but she has saved a few pounds from her yearly wage to throw a party for all her friends at her favourite place. She is looking forward to seeing everyone from Old Bill (a local policeman who has grown quite fond of her) to her new friend, a young writer by the name of Charles Dickens. Of course no party can go without a hitch and what will happen if they disturb the resident miser Cyrus Belcher? Join Candlelight Murder Mystery Company this Christmas and see if all ends up merry and bright.
Time From 7pm - late Price £45 per person including succulent three-course à la carte dinner with coffee To Book For further information and to reserve your tickets call us on 01752 344455
Boringdon Hall, Plymouth, Devon, PL7 4DP boringdonhall.co.uk / 01752 344455 / @boringdonhall
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New Continental Hotel Sparkle With Us This Christmas...
For over 30 years, Christmas at the New Continental Hotel has been a time of great joy and sensational celebrations. Guests have joined us to indulge, have fun, relax and savour this special time of year. Be it for a Festive Family Lunch or a Corporate Party Night; the New Continental Hotel has something for everyone. Bring your party to the best party in town! Whether your gathering is for two people or a group of 240, we can arrange a Christmas celebration to remember. Join friends and colleagues for an evening of ﬁne food, great company and then an after dinner party with sounds from our DJ until 1.00am! Heading up our dining experiences throughout Christmas is Head Chef Rob Dunne and his talented brigade, bringing his passion and ﬂair for all things fresh, local and seasonal. Our Christmas Dining menus fuse the traditional festive favourites with a New Continental Hotel twist! The New Continental Hotel is the perfect place to host a private Christmas party, with a number of spacious and elegant rooms available, all with a large dance ﬂoor, private bar and all festively decorated. Each evening promises to be a decadent affair, where you can dress to impress, indulge in ﬁne food and dance the night away. Christmas Day celebrations are no exception; with live music and a Christmas Day lunch with all the trimmings, PLUS a super special visit from Father Christmas bringing gifts for all of the little boys and girls; you can enjoy a hassle free Christmas without any washing up or peeling but all of the festive cheer!
The New Continental Hotel is the perfect place to host a private Christmas party, with a number of spacious and elegant rooms available, all with a large dance floor, private bar and all festively decorated. Don't forget!
OUR FREE GIFT TO THE ORGANISER!
We know how much time goes into planning a great party and we want to say thank you! For evening bookings over 25, the group organiser receives a complimentary overnight stay, with breakfast, parking and full use of Club Continental.
New Continental Hotel Millbay Road | Plymouth | PL1 3LD Email | firstname.lastname@example.org Tel | 01752 276797 www.newcontinental.co.uk
food and drink food and drink book releases
Jamie Cooks Italy by Jamie Oliver Publisher: Michael Joseph RRP: £ 12.99 (Hardback)
Jamie returns to cooking the food he loves most in his brand-new cookbook . . . Featuring 140 recipes in Jamie's fuss-free and easy-to-follow style, the book has chapters on Antipasti, Salads, Soups, Pasta, Rice & Dumplings, Meat, Fish, Sides, Bread & Pastry, Dessert and all of the Italian basics you'll ever need to know. Jamie fell in love with Italian food 25 years ago. Now he's sharing his ultimate recipes, a mixture of fast and slow cooking, famous classics with a Jamie twist, simple everyday dishes and more indulgent labour-of-love choices for weekends and parties.
Winter is coming…..
Book now for you Christmas Lunch or Party Night at The Corinthian You’ll find the warmest welcome at the RPCYC. Whether you are visiting for lunch or just popping in for a slice of cake and a coffee you will find our team of friendly staff warm and welcoming and happy to help you in any way. Situated halfway between Plymouth Hoe and the Barbican our club boasts magnificent views over the Sound. This Christmas, The Corinthian is home to the fabulous Winter wonderland and has lots to offer.
To stop Santa from pinching all your pennies, book a week day Christmas party at a reduced rate and pre-order from our fantastic drinks packages.
We have our delicious and festive three course meal available day and evening, take advantage of the fantastic food, views and service to treat yourself and the family. Kick off your Christmas with our Christmas Party Nights, to be enjoyed with colleagues, friends and families. Our DJ will have you rockin' around the Christmas tree in no time: Includes a 3 course meal and disco.
Deliciously Ella: The Corinthian will be offering a Festive buffet at £ 23.00 per person for week night bookings. As part of the offer, you will receive festive decorations, Christmas crackers and an evening DJ. Minimum of 50 per group booking. As for our Christmas lunches, you can choose a traditional Christmas carvery: 1 course, 2 course or 3 courses. To stop Santa from pinching all your pennies, book a week day Christmas party at a reduced rate and pre-order from our fantastic drinks packages. For more details on our Christmas packages, visit: www.rpcyc.com or email club@rpcyc.
The Plant-Based Cookbook by Ella Mills Publisher: Yellow Kite RRP: £ 12.50 (Hardback)
Ella's latest book features the most popular, tried and tested recipes from her supper clubs, popups and deli to show how delicious and abundant plant-based cooking can be. The simple vegan recipes cover everything from colourful salads to veggie burgers and falafel, creamy dips and sides, hearty one-pot curries and stews, speedy breakfasts, weekend brunches, muffins, cakes and brownies. They're the recipes that Ella's thousands of customers have been asking for since the deli first launched in 2015, and each recipe has a beautiful photograph to show you how it should look.
food and drink food and drink book releases
Ottolenghi SIMPLE by Yotam Ottolenghi Publisher: Ebury Press RRP: £ 17.50 (Hardback)
Yotam Ottolenghi’s award-winning recipes are always a celebration: an unforgettable combination of abundance, taste and surprise. Ottolenghi SIMPLE is no different, with 130 brand-new dishes that contain all the inventive elements and flavour combinations that Ottolenghi is loved for, but with minimal hassle for maximum joy. Bursting with colourful photography, Ottolenghi SIMPLE showcases Yotam’s standout dishes that will suit whatever type of cooking you find easy – whether that’s getting wonderful food on the table in under 30 minutes, using just one pot to make a delicious meal, or a flavoursome dish that can be prepared ahead and then served when you’re ready.
50 Degrees North Brasserie & Bar:
The perfect venue for work, rest or play
The new 50 Degrees North Brasserie and Bar at the Copthorne Hotel is busy receiving positive reviews from its diners. At the intimate 50 Degrees North Brasserie & Bar of the Copthorne Hotel Plymouth, you can taste the chef’s menu of creative dishes made with fresh local produce, and experience an attentive and friendly service. The menu is made up of British and Continental influences, using the finest ingredients with a modern flair. The brasserie and bar boats a relaxed atmosphere within a traditional setting which is bright and airy; perfect for business lunches or a catch up with friends in Plymouth city centre. If you are a cocktail fan then you will enjoy the small but well-appointed cocktail menu offering anything from a Gin Royale to a Blue Ocean Wave. The hotel and restaurant are currently accepting Christmas bookings and are expecting a busy festive season again this year, with parties starting from £30.00 per person.
The brasserie and bar boats a relaxed atmosphere within a traditional setting which is bright and airy; perfect for business lunches or a catch up with friends in Plymouth city centre. Millennium Hotels and Resorts, the Copthorne’s parent firm, has been spending freely on upgrading the city centre hotel. The restaurant upgrade and rebrand is part of a £3million, fouryear refurbishment programme at the hotel. To make a table reservation please call 01752 631251.
Joe's 3O Minute Meals by Joe WIcks Publisher: Bluebird RRP: £ 10.00 (Hardback)
Easy and quick 30-minute recipes from Britain's best-loved healthy chef, Joe Wicks. Bestselling author Joe Wicks, aka The Body Coach, presents this gorgeous book featuring more than a hundred nutritious recipes that are perfect for sharing. Proving once again that you don't need loads of time to cook great food, Joe’s 30-Minute Meals is packed with everyday healthy dishes that you'll want to make, time and time again.
Afternoon Tea from £12.95 C O C K T A I L S & M O C K T A I L S 2 for 1 Cocktails every Friday 5pm – 7pm
Thursday Curry from Nights £9.95 Contact the hotel to book on 01752 224161 50˚ North at the Copthorne Hotel, Armada Way, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 1AR
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West Country Wine with Seafood
As a Wine Writer and Wine Educator – I belong to the Circle of Wine Writers and the Association of Wine Educators – I am often being asked to select an appropriate wine with Seafood.
My experience goes back to the early 1970’s when I first started to understand wine for its difference, taste and style. This is something that most wine drinkers have some knowledge of realising that a defined Barolo from Italy or a massive Shiraz or Cab Sav from Australia will probably be too powerful to match the delicate sweet notes of Lobster, Crab, Octopus or Scallops. The big bruising tannins and power of this kind of wine will simply dominate the delicacy so it has to be White Wine, Sparkling Wine or Rose to help lift the flavours enabling total enjoyment of our very special Plymouth and West Country Seafood. Eternal favourites such as Muscadet and Chablis will always hit the spot with their minerality, dryness and length of taste – the criteria for balancing with Seafood, Shellfish and Fish. These wines rarely let you down and are readily available on Wine Lists, Supermarket and Wine Merchants shelves. But it’s our local wines that I wish to extol the virtues of as we come into autumn and the channel Seafood is at its very best. Vintages and volume in the local Devon, Cornwall, Dorset and Somerset vineyards at ok as we speak but do check your favourite tipple as the best wines are always in demand. Here goes with a recently tried parcel of extremely good wines sourced from a short distance from our Plymouth base.
our wonderful River Yealm Oysters for a bigflavoured match! www.yearlstone.co.uk
Sharpham Vineyard is situated in one of the UK’s most beautiful vineyard locations on the incline of the meandering River Dart nr to Totnes. For over 30 years the professional team have been elaborating award-winning Devon wines of distinction. Amongst my current favourites is the amazingly juicy Sharpham Whole-Berry Rose 2016 - a multi-award winning wine showing crushed red fruit with balanced acidity enabling the wine to be at its best over a few more years yet! This is a perfect Aperitif going into the first course. Do match with Seafood Tapas or Grilled Mackerel for a perfect match. Visit www.sharpham.com for on-line purchases and stockists. New and exciting wineries and vineyards are now in production in Devon and Cornwall (Polgoon and Trevibban Mill) that deserve a visit, many offering excellent restaurants and bistros on site for a jolly lunch. I recently visited an excellent vineyard and winery in Cornwall namely Knightor situated near to the Eden Project and the village of Trethurgy. Excellent winemaking (plus a very good wedding venue) with a refreshingly open-minded approach has created some first rate wines. If I were to choose one wine I would plump for the exquisite Knightor Madeleine Angevine 2017. This is a full-flavoured fruit and mineral driven wine of distinction, particularly good with Turbot, Dover Sole and Sea Bass, fish with attitude that demand a wine to suit. This is just that wine! Go to www.knightor.com for directions for winery and restaurant.
Come to The Ship this autumn, situated at the water’s edge on The Barbican, Quay Road. Take full advantage of our large outside seating area, with seating for 300 people and waterfront views of Plymouth harbour. Whether you’re looking for an alfresco dining experience or some casual snacks with friends, our outside seating area with the fixed tables and comfortable sofas can tailor to any occasion. Look out for our Live Music events plus the Ship Quiz every Thursday, 80’s and 90’s night every Friday and Indie, Rock and R&B every Saturday night… a bit everything for everyone! Our menu boasts some fantastic dishes including Fresh Salads along with traditional pub meals such as Fish & Chips and Chilli con Carne among others. Looking for something different?! We have delicious Loaded Fries and and perfect juicy Burgers to satisfy your hunger as well as our ever-changing daily specials. Should it rain, not to worry. We have a large restaurant making the most of the wonderful harbour side views with full table service located on the 1st floor and also a smaller private room adjoined to the restaurant. Both of which can be booked for large parties and even hired for any of your special occasions. And don’t forget Christmas is round the corner and we are already taking bookings for your Christmas Party and Christmas Day. Let us take the hard work out of Christmas. The Ship welcomes you, this magical season, to join us for superb food and drink - and plenty of festive cheer.
Wines from the Exe estuary have impressed over the last few years with the lovely Brickhouse Vineyard in Mamhead Nr Dawlish producing a rare Sauvignon Blanc offering an aperitif, gentle style of young. Lovely with simple pan fried Hake or John Dory scented with fresh herbs and a squeeze of Orange! Buy directly from vineyard www.brickhousevineyard.co.uk Yearlstone Vineyard at Bickleigh near Tiverton has been amongst my favourite Devon wines for many years and has won many medals at national and international wine competitions over the years. This is the vineyard for excellent Yearlstone Vintage Brut 2015 a Sparkling Wine made with Pinot Blanc and Seyval Blanc. A constant medal-winner and a wine to keep for a few years! I would love this wine with
All aboard The Ship for a hearty Christmas
Take a look at our menus at: www theshipplymouth.co.uk/food Stephen Barrett is a Wine, Food and Travel Writer based Plymouth, Stephen welcome correspondence via his website www.stephenbarrett.com and also contributes to www.vinelives.com Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Google +, Instagram and Twitter @BistroWineMan
2 COURSES £14.95* | 3 COURSES £17.95* To make a booking, call 01752 667 604 or email email@example.com www.theshipplymouth.co.uk
Plymouth's Unique Wedding Venues for your
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When getting married, the 'where' is one of the most important decisions you have to make. Your dream venue can help structure a number of other aspects of the day, from the type of ceremony to the evenings entertainment. We take a look at some of Plymouth's favourite wedding venues to find out how they can make your 'big day' that more special.
The perfect location for any occasion Moorland Garden Hotel, Yelverton, Devon, PL20 6DA t: 01822 852245 @themoorlandgardenhotel
Well the beautiful summer weather is definitely having an effect on us and we have a ridiculously good offer for you if you are planning your wedding date in the next 12 months. For five lucky people we have discounted the hire of the lovely Earl’s Garden Marquee for your reception to an amazing £2,018! (usually £4,000)*.
Mount Edgcumbe where dreams come true
It’s a time for celebration here at Mount Edgcumbe as we have reached our 15th ‘Weddings’ Anniversary. Over the years we have opened our doors and welcomed people from all over the world to celebrate their special day in this spectacular place. One of the most beautiful venues the South West has to offer, with over 500 years of history, set in a stunning Grade I listed landscape overlooking Plymouth Sound, this venue is what dreams are made of. Standing in 865 acres of Britain’s most stunning landscape, Mount Edgcumbe boasts 7 acres of formal gardens, 10 miles of coastline and more historic buildings and follies than you could want as a backdrop for your photographs. The House has three licensed rooms for civil ceremonies, accommodating from 2 to 120 guests plus the outdoor option of the elegant Summer House overlooking the delightful Earls Garden. With 2 stunning venues on the park for your reception, you are spoilt for choice. Combine the new with the old; our state of the art marquee is nestled in the exclusive
Earl’s Garden gives you the modern comfort of a reinforced glass structure with the private gardens for your guests to enjoy throughout the evening. This flexible option allows you to plan your day exactly as you wish with caterers, bar and bands of your choice. With the private gardens to enjoy throughout the evening you and your guests can enjoy the day of your dreams in this historic setting. The Earl’s Garden Marquee can seat up to 150 guests and accommodate over 200 guests in the evening.
The hire includes exclusive use of the Earl’s Garden, the Earl’s Garden Marquee to accommodate up to 200 people, tables, chairs and luxury toilets. This venue gives you the flexibility to plan your event exactly as you wish with your own caterer, bar, decoration and entertainment. If you wish to marry in the elegant House or perhaps have your ceremony outside in the gorgeous East Lawn Summer House you can add this to your booking. *Bookings are valid for events held in the marquee from 01- 08 -18 – 30- 09 -19 subject to availability. This offer can not be used in conjunction with any other offer and can only be booked directly with Mount Edgcumbe House. Check-out our website as we do have other offers available if you are planning your wedding at a later date. Contact our wedding co-ordinator on 01752 822 236 or email firstname.lastname@example.org You also have the option to extend your stay here at Mount Edgcumbe in one of our beautifully renovated holiday cottages – ideal for the happy couple or wedding guests. Alternatively you can stay in one of our luxury glamping shepherds huts overlooking the River Tamar which sleep up to 4 people. Bookings can be made via our website www.mountedgcumbe.gov.uk/stay.
The second option is the historic Orangery overlooking the Italian Garden can seat up to 120 guests for a sumptuous reception before dancing the night away in this delightful setting.
All our properties are ideally situated to explore further into Cornwall as well as popping across to the historic city of Plymouth via the Cremyll Ferry which lands on a quay 100 yards away from the Cremyll Gate entrance to the park.
With the added bonus of our experienced wedding co-ordinator, your wedding day at this very flexible venue will truly be a day to remember. So the choice is yours, why not come along and see for yourself what we can do for you.
For more information please contact :Mount Edgcumbe House and Country Park, Cremyll, Torpoint, Cornwall PL10 1HZ Tel: 01752 822 236 email: email@example.com www.mountedgcumbe.gov.uk
...where dreams come true Special Anniversa ry Offer
To celebrate our 15th year of Weddings here at Mount Edgcumbe, we are offering a ÂŁ500 discount on all our *Dream Wedding Package and Marquee only bookings made between 1st April-31st December 2018. * Dream Wedding Package - hire of House for up to 120 guests for wedding ceremony & the Earls Garden Marquee for up to 150 guests Mount Edgcumbe House and Country Park, Cremyll, Torpoint PL10 1HZ Tel: 01752 822236 email: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.mountedgcumbe.gov.uk
Falling In Love... Some say there are two words and that they are ‘I do’.
Here at the New Continental Hotel, we believe that there are four words, four unspoken words, but four words that we can see in every couple planning their special day with us: ‘We Fell In Love’.
If your love story involves marriage, we would love to hear from you and see your love ﬁrst hand.
What a story. Do you really need any more words?
Falling in love with the right person is one of the most amazing feelings you will ever experience. No doubt we have all fallen in love (or lust) with the wrong person, but that pain only demonstrates the signiﬁcance of the feeling when you ﬁnd the RIGHT one to love, and who loves you back just as much. Falling in love with someone is reminding them of their magic when they have forgotten, and them reminding you of yours. Its feeling like every kiss is the ﬁrst kiss and an hour without them feels like an eternity. Meeting someone that see’s the magic knitted through your bones, the embers of light that shine from your eyes and love you because of the broken pieces of your soul, not despite them is when you know you have found love. Feeling loved is feeling safe; like the world is easy to conquer because you are part of a formidable team. It’s feeling happy and free, secure and at ease. You’ll feel valued and full of hope and excitement for the future and although in the modern world of love and romance you don’t have to get married for a happy ever after; when we meet couples who choose to do so, it really is the most joyous moment for us. You see; we can see their love. We can feel their love. We can hear their love but most important of all, we get to become part of their love story.
New Continental Hotel Millbay Road | Plymouth | PL1 3LD Email | email@example.com Tel | 01752 276798
TIE THE KNOT AT THE
Licensed for civil ceremonies
Beautiful 4-poster and deluxe suites
Weddings from 10-250
Accommodation discounts for guests
Individually tailored packages
Dedicated wedding co-ordinators
Memories that last forever
Millbay Road, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 3LD | T: 01752 220782 E: firstname.lastname@example.org | W: www.newcontinental.co.uk
To the world you may be one person...
...to one person you are the world ...
The historic Orangery has become one of Cornwall’s most exclusive wedding venues, nestled in 865 acres of land, steeped in heritage and surrounded by pebbled beaches and coastline. This breath taking setting and enchanting venue will provide the perfect canvas for your dream wedding reception. This 100ft venue was built in 1775 and basks in elegance and beauty with its ﬂoor to ceiling windows and doors offering magical views of the water fountain and Italian gardens. The Orangery has a capacity of 200 guests and can offer seating for as little as 40 guests to as many as 120 guests. Dining can be set formal with our 7ft round tables and white table linens or informal with our large rectangular wooden tables. The dance ﬂoor, band area and DJ are set at the opposite end of the Orangery so the venue ﬂawlessly transcends into evening without interruption.Your guests can party at one end and relax at the other. If you wish you can escape to the Italian garden and sip Pimms and lemonade in the sunshine or toast champagne under the stars, the Italian garden is yours for the duration and offers gorgeous outdoor heart shaped metal seating for up to 50 guests. We hope to meet you in the near future and thank you for showing an interest in our venue.
Breakfast, Lunch and afternoon tea. Open from 10.30am to 4pm, 7 days a week, The Orangery offers an all-day menu covering breakfast, lunch and afternoon teas.
Whether you are planning a family day out at Mount Edgcumbe or a dog walk around the park, The Orangery Garden Café & Exclusive Wedding Venue simply caters for all from coffee and ice cream to breakfast and afternoon tea. They have a fantastic menu which offers a good
choice of vegan and vegetarian options and all of their food is homemade and locally sourced. Breakfast is served from 10:30am till 12noon, hot lunches served from 12noon till 3pm and cream tea, afternoon tea and sandwiches served till 4pm. You can also add a little sparkle with a glass of Borgo San Leo Prosecco for lunch or try any of their fantastic range of wines, local beers, ciders, ales and spirits. Their lunch menus are available on their website at www.theorangerymountedgcumbe.co.uk For the little ones there is a lovely range of children’s dishes and they also serve Callestick Farm Cornish ice cream which is by far one of the UK,s leading ice creams. The Orangery serves a great range of tea and coffee. New to the Orangery is their refreshing iced coffee. You can have any iced coffee you fancy from a cappuccino to a ﬂat white and they are delicious. On Sundays, new to The Orangery is there gorgeous hearty roast dinner served from 12noon till 3pm straight from the oven (no carvery here). They do a stunning homemade nut roast for all vegetarians out there and there locally sourced beef and chicken supreme is cooked to perfection and served with the prefect trimmings. Do be sure to book your table as Sunday lunch at The Orangery is often fully booked. An absolute must to try is The Orangery Gourmet Burger, homemade succulent beef burger, topped with aged cheddar and bacon in a lightly toasted brioche bun and served with roasted tomato chutney, mini gherkins and hand cut chips.
Cream tea and Afternoon tea
Hard to resist, perfect accompaniment for such elegant surroundings. Add a glass of Prosecco to top off the experience and allow the excellent staff to cater for your every whim.
The Orangery, Mount Edgcumbe Country Park, Cornwall, PL10 1HZ Tel: 01752 822 586 www.theorangerymountedgcumbe.co.uk Check venue availability email@example.com
Weddings Proms Baby showers Gala dinners Birthdays For opening times and more information please visit our website
Breakfast Brunch Lunch High tea Ice cream Tea and coffee Sunday roast
The Orangery, Mount Edgcumbe Country Park, Cornwall, PL10 1HZ Tel: 01752 822 586
Passionate about your big day! Here at The Corinthian we are passionate about weddings, we appreciate that your wedding day is one of the most special and happiest days of your life and our philosophy is that it is as important to us as it is to you! We love helping couples choose the perfect tantalizing menu, refreshing celebratory drinks and awe-inspiring decoration to create your bespoke unique wedding day. In house we can take care of everything from venue set up, menus to evening entertainment, we are a one stop shop for all your venue needs helping to relieve the stress so that you may embrace the experience. Planning your wedding day creates just as many memories as the wedding day itself, here at The Corinthian we make the planning as fun as can be with food and wine sampler events as well as decoration days. We are also dedicated in supporting you through the whole experience. As said to many of our wedding couples ‘ Ask us a million questions, we do not mind. It’s your day and you need to know you are in safe hands’. The Corinthian wedding team take pride in every wedding day, over the planning stages we develop just as much as an attachment to your day as you. We love getting to know couples and watching their dreams and ideas come to life. With varied wedding packages and bespoke wedding options The Corinthian can cater to your every wedding need. If you don’t see it in the brochure don’t be afraid to ask, bespoke options are limitless with far to many to list. Our wealth of experience in the wedding industry has allowed us to create three main packages; The Platinum, The Gold and The Corinthian. The Platinum encompasses all venue needs; Exclusive use of the venue, three course wedding breakfast, Champagne toast, Evening buffet, table decorations and plans along with so much more! The Gold is great for those who would like a little more independence in the planning of their wedding day but is still a fantastic package. The Corinthian is for the laid-back couple having the ceremony elsewhere. Relax with your guests and enjoy a BBQ with bubbles, then party into the evening with our resident DJ. With unique factors such as our dedicated graphic designer to create your table plans, number and name places. Along with our exclusive venue decorator The Corinthian offers the WOW factor in all aspects. For more wedding information head to www.rpcyc.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The best of the rest........ Kitley House Hotel
Kitley Estate, Yealmpton, Plymouth, PL8 2NW Tel: 01752 881555 www.kitleyhousehotel.com Since becoming a hotel in 1996, Kitley House has been the favoured Wedding Venue in Plymouth and South Devon for many couples and their guests. They can accommodate guests within the house or in marquee accommodation in their formal gardens. Thanks to its secluded location and intimate surroundings Kitley is the ideal setting for such a special occasion. The hotel is also licensed to conduct both Civil Ceremonies and Civil Partnerships. The lovely setting is perfect for this most memorable of days and with the option of indoor and outdoor ceremony locations your wedding will be suited to you. All of their weddings are exclusive use making the entire hotel and grounds yours for the day! From getting ready through to a disco in the evening, Kitley House Hotel can host your special day according to your wants, needs and budget. With two outdoor locations for ceremonies, at Kitley you have the option of getting married in their gazebo by the house, arbour by the river or a beautiful room inside the house.
St Mellion, SaltashCornwall, PL12 6SD Tel: 01579 351 351 www.st-mellion.co.uk Set amidst romantic Cornish countryside, the resort boasts extensive fine catering, luxurious guest rooms and suites, and extensive leisure facilities, making it an excellent venue choice for weddings of all sizes. The dedicated team of wedding coordinators will do their utmost to tailor your day to accommodate your every wish, down to the very last deta Whether you choose St Mellion as the venue for your ceremony, reception, or both, our experienced events team will help take care of
every aspect of the planning, from the top-line logistics down to the finest of details. St Mellion has the ability to effortlessly host wedding parties both large and small, offering a number of different package options, as well as the possibility to create a totally bespoke experience, for a wedding like no other!
Wembury, Plymouth, Devon PL9 ODY Tel: 01752 862356 www.langdoncourt.com Langdon Court is the most unique and romantic wedding venue in Plymouth. Nestled in the outskirts of Plymouth, Langdon Court is a quintessentially English Manor burrowed away in the rolling South Hams Countryside with a stunning Jacobean garden and lakeside setting. From the moment you enter the sweeping drive adorned with wild flowers to your first glimpse of the beautiful house, you will be enraptured by the tranquil beauty and elegance that is Langdon Court. Of all the Plymouth wedding venues, ours offers a truly unforgettable experience. From flowers to music and lighting to photographers, you will have a personal Wedding Co-ordinator who will ensure a seamless transition throughout your Plymouth wedding venue experience. From your first appointment to the final touches on your special day, we will ensure everything runs smoothly and surpasses all your expectations and wishes. On any Sunday, you can visit us and explore the hotel, grounds and rooms before talking with our professional wedding planners who will answer any questions you have and discuss our tailored packages with you. Langdon Court is a truly unique wedding venue in Devon perfectly preserved to befit the most important day of your life and we would be honoured to be part of your special day..
half term Go Prehistoric this Autumn
at Kents Cavern Get your skates on this half term at Plymouth Pavilions Ice Rink If you fancy something a little different this October half term then get your skates on because Plymouth Pavilions ice rink offers the only permanent skating facility in the South West! Ideal for skating whatever your ability, grab your mates or bring the family down, it’s all undercover so you needn’t worry about the unpredictable British weather. There’s parking on site and we’re open 7 days a week throughout half term. Check out our timetable and the range of sessions we offer at www.plymouthice.co.uk, including Adult and Junior Ice Hockey, skating lessons for all abilities, our Chilly Tots sessions
for under 8’s, off-peak and Cheap Sk8 sessions as well as our General Skate and a weekly Ice Disco with all the latest chart toppers, disco lights and the only real snow you’ll ﬁnd in Plymouth in the middle of the summer! Whatever your age, ability or interest, we’ve got something you’ll love including our skating aids for those a bit wobbly on the ice! So give our team a call on 0845 146 1460 to ﬁnd out more or head to our website and book your tickets online in advance to avoid disappointment this summer. www.plymouthice.co.uk 01752 93 63 63 Support a local charity and visit Wild Futures Monkey Sanctuary, offering a safe haven for monkeys since 1964. Set in beautiful woodland and nestled into the side of the south Cornish coast between Looe and Seaton, Wild Futures’ Monkey Sanctuary cares for a range of different species of rescued monkeys, giving visitors an intimate insight to a working sanctuary and a chance to meet some of its amazing monkey residents and wildlife inhabitants. There’s lots to do for the whole family, especially over October Half Term, where you can take a tour of the monkey enclosures and learn about these fascinating animals and the work that goes into caring for them on a daily basis, from a team of expert carers. The Monkey Sanctuary is home to 36 individuals; many of them rescued from conditions of abuse and neglect and each one with their distinct characters and personalities.
The Monkey Sanctuary
A great day out for the family
Our gift shop offers a selection of souvenirs, clothing and toys selected from ethical suppliers, and sourced from companies that operate Fairtrade or ethical means of production. For more information on prices and opening times plus to buy tickets visit monkeysanctuary.org
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 CavogtheCaveman 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. Join us this half term for some spooooky activities.... with cave tours, the Ghost joke trail, Spooky Dig and the Underground Pumpkin hunt. No need to book - just turn up! We've got regular tours throughout the day, so there's no need to book. Just turn up and collect your activity sheets! UNDERGROUND PUMPKIN HUNT Our mascot Cavog has hidden pumpkins around the caves. Find the correct number to get a Halloween treat! WOODLAND BAT CHALLENGE Can you ﬁnd all the bats hidden around our woodland trail? Each bat has a missing word on it, ﬁnd all the words to claim your bat expert card. GUESS THE WEIGHT OF THE PUMPKIN Correctly guess how heavy our pumpkin is for a chance to win tickets to Exeter Underground Passages MAKE YOUR OWN BAT Create your own bat friend to take home with you. Loads of other kids activities to get involved with... For more details on these and other events over the autumn at Kents Cavern, visit: www.kents-cavern.co.uk
Whether you are a pro on the ice or a total novice - we have the session for you! Everyone is welcome so grab some skates and give it a go! Weâ€™re open seven days a week!
FREE TRIAL LESSON Our Group Skating Lessons are the perfect way to learn! For a FREE TRIAL LESSON call the team to book!
CHEAP SK8 Saturday Session Weekly ICE DISCO DAILY SKATING Sessions
Junior & Adult ICE HOCKEY
CHILLY TOTS for little ones #coolestplaceinPlymouth For our full timetable or to book visit
half term three-day event that provides a great showcase for the city’s visual arts scene. Come along and see a diverse range of activity for all ages including installations, performances, events and exhibitions by many local, national, and international artists. The Weekender includes a new commission by artist Bridgette Ashton inspired by the discovery and history of the Cattedown Caves. A special adult only event on a ‘Mini Bus Time Machine’ will take place on Saturday 29 September to help people learn more about the caves and her work. You can stay up to date with the Weekender by visiting www.plymouthartweekender.com
A new international festival for Plymouth 250 years of The Royal Academy
An Autumn filled with art of all kinds
The Autumn ‘On Tour’ programme that’s taking place while The Box is under construction is full of fine and contemporary art.
Celebrating 250 years of the Royal Academy
This autumn/winter marks the 250th anniversary of the founding of famous London arts institute, the Royal Academy (RA 250). Plympton-born Sir Joshua Reynolds was the founding President so it’s a significant moment for Plymouth. To celebrate RA 250 a partnership exhibition between The Arts Institute and The Box, Plymouth is on display in the Levinsky Gallery at the University of Plymouth from 17 September to 17 November. ‘Great Artists | Great Teachers’ brings together works by some of the most significant artists/ teachers from the 20th and 21st centuries. Selected as important artists in their own right, each of them are also recognised as influential art teachers, helping to shape the direction of art education and inspiring the next generation. The exhibition is open Monday to Saturday. Admission is free.
Join in with RA 250
An impressive series of events has been organised to take place while the ‘Great Artists | Great Teachers’ exhibition is on display. Christopher Le Brun, the current President of the Royal Academy, will speak about the RA’s recent redevelopment and renewal as part of its 250th anniversary. This very special lecture will take place at the University of Plymouth on Thursday 27 September. Learn more about ‘Reynolds and Turner as Teachers of Art’ in an evening lecture on Thursday 18 October at Plympton St Maurice Guildhall. Professor Sam Smiles explains how Reynolds’ teaching influenced new generations of artists. JMW Turner was in the last intake of students Reynolds admitted to the Royal Academy. He respected Reynolds but also challenged some of his ideals.
Families can also join in with the fun. The October half term is packed with activities including a Family Portrait workshop at Plympton Guildhall on Thursday 25 October and a Creative Collaging workshop on Saturday 27 October in the Levinsky Gallery.
Plymouth Art Weekender returns Plymouth Art Weekender is back for its fourth year and runs from Friday 28 until Sunday 30 September. The Weekender is an ambitious Family activities
The Atlantic Project is a pilot for a new festival of contemporary art. It will take place in a range of public spaces and outdoor locations across Plymouth from Friday 28 September to Sunday 21 October. This is an amazing opportunity to see work by international artists from the UK, USA, Australia, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, Denmark, Turkey, Angola, China, Japan and South Korea. Chinese artist, Liu Chuang will have an installation in the Community Hub at House of Fraser. ‘Buying Everything on You’ has been in constant development since 2005 and is inspired by contemporary China. It’s never been performed outside of Chuang’s home country before so is a must see! House of Fraser’s windows will also get the Atlantic treatment thanks to Yan Wang Preston who will display her work ‘Forest’ in some of them during the festival. ’Forest’ documents the recent phenomenon of transplanting ancient trees into the new cities that are springing up across China and explores what they represent. You can find out more about the Atlantic Project at www.theatlantic.org Full details about all our exhibitions and events this September and October are in the what’s on section of www.plymhearts.org
SIT BACK, RELAX AND UNWIND… WITH FISH!
Did you know that being in a blue space like an aquarium can help you relax and reduce your stress levels? That’s why the NMA, the UK’s largest aquarium, is offering you the chance to kick back and destress while learning more about our amazing ocean environment. Don’t forget that every ticket to the National Marine Aquarium comes with a free year pass so you can revisit as many times as you like.
TRY SOMETHING NEW AT THE NMA…
On Monday 15th October the National Marine Aquarium are holding another one of their fantastic wellbeing events ‘Body Balance at the Aquarium’. Partnering with Nuffield Heath Plymouth the autumn event is an hour-long Body Balance session in front of the Eddystone Reef tank, part of the largest native species exhibit in the UK. Body Balance at the Aquarium will give you the opportunity to try something new by working out and centering yourself in a new, relaxing environment. Body Balance is a Tai-Chi inspired Yoga and fitness class that will strengthen your mind, body and soul. The event starts at 6pm and at only £5 per person will be a fitness class you’ll never forget. Previous feedback has said that Body Balance at the Aquarium is ‘relaxing’, ‘therapeutic’ and ‘really good fun’. With only a limited number of spaces who’ll have to book your place via the National Marine Aquarium’s website. www.national-aquarium.co.uk
OCEAN SQUAD TEEN CLUB
The NMA’s Ocean Squad is back this October Half Term. Ocean Squad is a club for 11-14yr olds and gives young teens a chance to get together with other young marine enthusiasts and enjoy a week of Ocean themed adventures. They’ll be taking part in special activities that include a V.I.P behind the scenes tour of the Aquarium, outdoor snorkel safaris, a science cruise around Plymouth Sound and sustainable seafood cooking! Not only will their week be jam packed with fun but for the reasonable price of just £99.00 per teen they also get
• a year entry to the NMA • a year membership to the Marine Biological Society’s Young Marine Biologist scheme • an Ocean Squad t-shirt • a memory stick with highlights of the week
For more information email oceansquad@ national-aquarium.co.uk or to book your place head to their website: www.national-aquarium.co.uk
SPOOKY SHARK SLEEPOVER! With Halloween just around the corner why not plan to spend a spooky night at the NMA on October 20th! Their world class Sleeping with Sharks events are fantastic fun for all the family and this October sleepover is no different. As well as all of the usual fun like special tours around the exhibits, arts and crafts and a late night film and snack, this special sleepover will also have spooky fun and games and you can even try your hand at pumpkin carving! These are really popular events so book early to avoid disappointment. www.national-aquarium.co.uk
Monday 15th October
Workout and centre yourself at the Aquarium with Body Balance. A Tai-Chi inspired Yoga and fitness class that will strengthen your mind, body and soul.
Price ÂŁ5 per person. Event will run from 6-7pm. Book tickets now at: www.national-aquarium.co.uk /NationalMarineAquarium |
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Experience the changing colours of Autumn at our National Trust sites
Jumping in crunchy leaves, discovering shiny conkers and enjoy invigorating fresh air with all the family is what Autumn is all about at Saltram. Autumn is one of the best times to come and take a walk at Saltram, with gorgeous colours, falling leaves and heavy sunlight you’ll see the park in a whole new way. Exploring the garden and park we look after on foot is a great way to experience this magical time of year and there are lots of different highlights to enjoy from our walking trails. Looking to turn your walk into a real family adventure? Pick up a family ‘Family Trail’ sheet from the Welcome centre or have a go on the bike pump track and play trail in the park. Head indoors to the warmth of the house where you’ll find one of the most exciting conservation projects is nearing completion right in front of your eyes. See the Robert Adam Saloon like never before with its newly conserved ceiling and artist, Emma Maloneys installation. For all the cider lovers out there pop Saturday 29 September in your diary as we celebrate the harvesting of the Saltram orchards and press the apples ready to make next year’s batch of cider. With music, pork and apple themed food and activities it’s a really perfect, wholesome day to spend a Saturday.
Turn your walk into a family adventure as you head out on an expedition around the world with Francis Drake. Pick up your World Encompassed passport from visitor welcome and head out on the yellow walk and collect stamps from each of the countries you visit.
Start your adventure off by picking up a family trail from Visitor Reception, using this to guide your day through the many garden and estate paths. Or head indoors to admire the beautiful tapestries hanging on the walls – we’re currently fundraising over £100,000 to do some urgent repairs some of our tapestries too, can you help with their restoration?
At this time of year, there’s a palette of colours waiting to be discovered across breath-taking views of the Tavy valley landscape. Take a gentle stroll through the changing colour of Buckland's woodlands. Jump into piles of crunchy leaves and soak up the beauty of the season on a walk in the peace and tranquility of Buckland’s woodlands.
The adventure continues indoors with penguin spotting! Did you know that Drake and his crew ate 3,000 penguins during his voyage around the world? At Buckland, we have 12 penguins who have hidden themselves around the abbey, disguised as members of the crew, but can you find them all? The Tudor fun continues this year with Elizabethan weekend on 15th and 16th September. Come and see the amazing Falconers display or head into the house to see the sights and smells of Tudor cooking, whilst listening to the sounds of Elizabethan music.
October half term will be packed with fun for the kids and Mister Storyfella will be telling spooky stories in the Orangery on October 27th 1-4pm. Saltram: 01752 333500. Saltram park and garden are open 7 days a week. The house is open daily 11am-4.30pm.
For all the cider lovers out there, we have our annual apple pressing day with Buckland Food Growers group on 13th October. Head over to the restaurant and warm up with some apple themed treats or try Buckland’s very own apple spiced cake.
To keep up to date with what’s happening at Saltram, why not find us and follow us on Facebook, Instagram or check out our website, You can find all of our events and activities on www.nationaltrust.org.uk/ saltram.
October half term will be packed with family activities for the whole family to enjoy. Why not try your hand at one of our family crafting sessions or come and listen to a spooky story of myths and legends on the high seas.
The abbey is open 11-5 with last entry at 4:30 and the garden and estate are open 11-5 and everything is open 7 days a week. For dates, timings and additional information, head over to our website.
At Cotehele we’re welcoming the autumn months with plenty of things to see and do around the house, gardens, mill and estate. The trees are starting to change colour, leaves and starting to fall to the ground and conkers are waiting to be discovered – it’s the best time of year to discover what Cotehele is all about.
When you visit please give what you can in one of our donation boxes or purchase a raffle ticket to allow us continue to look after these special pieces in the National Trust’s collection forever, for everyone. We’re celebrating all things apples at our annual apple weekend on 22 and 23 September, plus we’re bring together a selection of the finest local food and crafts from the Tamar Valley at our first autumn market on 20 and 21 October. Get spooked over October half-term as down on Cotehele Quay between 22-26 October we will have a daily programme of scary craft activities happening – including mask making, monster hunting and pumpkin carving – visit our website for more details. Prepared to be frightened too as Cotehele’s annual Fright Night returns on Saturday 27 October from 5.30-7pm. For more details about what’s happening at Cotehele this autumn, visit our website nationaltrust.org.uk/cotehele or follow us on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.
When you come to play in the autumn colour outside, you help us to look after the paintings on the walls inside When you visit, donate, volunteer or join the National Trust, your support helps us to look after special places around Plymouth such as Buckland Abbey, Cotehele and Saltram for ever, for everyone.
ÂŠ National Trust 2018. The National Trust is an independent registered charity, number 205846. Photography ÂŠ National Trust Images\Megan Taylor.
Bohemian Rhapsody Released: Genre: Est box office: Director: Film cast:
Released: Genre: Est box office: Director: Film cast:
5th October Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller £16,000,000 Ruben Fleischer Tom Hardy Michelle Williams Riz Ahmed Scott Haze TBC Sony Pictures Intl.
Synopsis: One of Marvel's most enigmatic and complex characters comes to the big screen, starring Academy Award® nominated actor Tom Hardy as the lethal protector Venom. Following a scandal, journalist Eddie Brock attempts to revive his career by investigating the Life Foundation, but comes into contact with an alien symbiote that bonds with Brock, giving him superpowers as long as they share the same body. The character was part of Sam Raimi's SpiderMan 3 in 2007. The character was part of Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 3 in 2007, but the portrayal was widely criticized by fans. A spinoff starring Venom has been in development for quite some time, with first word about the project happening in 2007. Venom finally gained traction again in March 2016 and was surprisingly confirmed in 2017.
24th October Drama, Biography £20,000,000 Bryan Singer Rami Malek Joseph Mazzello Gwilym Lee Ben Hardy TBC Twentieth Century Fox
Synopsis: Bohemian Rhapsody is a foot-stomping celebration of Queen, their music and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury. Freddie defied stereotypes and shattered convention to become one of the most beloved entertainers on the planet. The film traces the meteoric rise of the band through their iconic songs and revolutionary sound. They reach unparalleled success, but in an unexpected turn Freddie, surrounded by darker influences, shuns Queen in pursuit of his solo career. Having suffered greatly without the collaboration of Queen, Freddie manages to reunite with his bandmates just in time for Live Aid. While bravely facing a recent AIDS diagnosis, Freddie leads the band in one of the greatest performances in the history of rock music. Queen cements a legacy that continues to inspire outsiders, dreamers and music lovers to this day
Johnny English Strikes Again Released: Genre: Est box office: Director: Film cast: Certificate: Distributor:
5th October Action, Comedy, Family £15,000,000 David Kerr Rowan Atkinson TBC Universal Pictures
The House With A Clock In Its Walls Released: Genre: Est box office: Director: Film cast: Certificate: Distributor:
21st September Horror, Fantasy, Adventure £7,000,000 Eli Roth Cate Blanchett, Jack Black, Kyle MacLachlan 12A E1 Entertainment
King of Thieves
Synopsis: The new adventure begins when a cyber-attack reveals the identity of all active undercover agents in Britain, leaving Johnny English as the secret service’s last hope. Called out of retirement, English dives head first into action with the mission to find the mastermind hacker. As a man with few skills and analogue methods, Johnny English must overcome the challenges of modern technology to make this mission a success.
A Star Is Born Released: Genre: Est box office: Director: Film cast: Certificate: Distributor:
5th October Romance, Drama, Musical £8,000,000 Bradley Cooper Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper TBC Warner Brothers
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14th September Drama £3,000,000 James Marsh Jim Broadbent, Charlie Cox, Michael Caine TBC TBC
Synopsis: The incredible true story of the spectacular Hatton Garden diamond heist, the biggest and most daring in British history, humorously told through career best performances from a stellar cast.
Bad Times at the El Royale Released: Genre: Est box office: Director: Film cast: Certificate: Distributor:
10th October Thriller £7,000,000 Drew Goddard Chris Hemsworth, Jon Hamm, Dakota Johnson TBC Twentieth Century Fox
Ten-year-old Lewis goes to live with his uncle in a creaky old house that contains a mysterious ticktock noise. When Lewis accidentally awakens the dead, the town's sleepy facade magically springs to life with a secret world of witches and warlocks.
Seasoned musician Jackson Maine discovers -and falls in love with -- struggling artist Ally. She has just about given up on her dream to make it big as a singer until Jackson coaxes her into the spotlight. As Ally's career takes off, the personal side of their relationship is breaking down.
Seven strangers, each with a secret to bury, meet at Lake Tahoe's El Royale, a rundown hotel with a dark past. Over the course of one fateful night, everyone will have a last shot at redemption... before everything goes to hell.
Education Guide 2018
Within our Education Guide, we will take a look at the 'Key Stages' of learning from Early Years to Primary, Secondary education to Post 16. We will give tips and advice to parents as well as speak to some of our local schools, colleges and educational providers to find out how they can help your child on their 'road to learning'.
Early years and Primary education Early Years
Making the right choice for your child, whether it's for nursery or university, is a decision that needs a lot of thought, as well as a serious amount of information, in order to make the right call. Preschool or Nursery will be your childs first, tentative, steps into the education system. It is both an exciting and nerve-wracking time for both you and your child, so being armed with the right information, advice and guidance can make the whole process a whole lot smoother. I know! Scarcely is your baby out of nappies and you are starting to think about enrolling him or her into nursery or preschool. Don't get me wrong, you are under no legal obligation to send your child to nursery - so if you choose, you can skip this section and go straight to primary
schools. However, gradually easing your child into the education system may be more benefical - each child is different and you know what's best for your child. If you do choose to start the 'road to learning' at preschool stage, then the options are as follows: - Playgroups or preschool groups - run in the local community, for a few hours a day. - Private nursery schools - State nursery school or nursery unit of a primary school - Workplace nursery. Many of us aren't lucky enough to have a nursery within our workplace, therefore a decision on which of the options best suits will no doubt have to be based around working hours and the availablility of friends and relations.
To find out which options are available within the local area go to www.gov.uk or www.Directgov.uk. These sites will give you details of nurseries, childcare facilities and vacancies. Despite the tenderness of your childs age, even at three or four, the government has laid out plans for your little one to learn a variety of skills to prepare them for road ahead. This framework of standards (called the Early Years Foundation Stage) is a guidline for playgroups, nurseries and childcare providers to meet so that your child is developing from birth to the age of 5. When deciding on a preschool or nursery for your child it is important to have an idea of how each works. Some nurseries are small, some are big, some are independent, some are council run. Some may be affiliated to a local primary school, some are even owned by national companies. With so much choice available it is no wonder many parents can suffer 'paralysis by analysis' when it comes to making the right decision. Inveritably, most parents, when visiting a preschool or nursery will get a 'gut' feeling; something that just sits right and puts the
mind at ease. This is why visiting a number of childcare providers gives you an idea of what is right for you and your little one. This is your first experience of the education system and the better planned you are and the smoother the process is - the more relaxed you will be in future decisions.
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With both child and parent having safely negotiated Nursery/Pre-School, your little one is ready for the next step on the education ladder – Primary School. The ‘basic’ school curriculum includes the ‘national curriculum’, as well as religious education and sex education. The national curriculum is a set of subjects and standards used by primary and secondary schools so children learn the same things. It covers what subjects are taught and the standards children should reach in each subject. School like academies and private schools don’t have to follow the national curriculum but they must teach a broad and balanced curriculum including English, maths and science. Throughout the state education journey there are a series of 'Key Stages' that make up the national cirriculum. In Primary education, there are two 'Key Stages':
Key Stage One: (Ages 5 – 7)
The main subjects that are focused on KS1 are Maths, English and Science. Within the first two years of Primary education, your childs will learn a variety of skills from counting forwards and backwards up to 100, addition and subtraction facts to 20. They will start to learn about times tables through the use of simple multiplication and division problems.
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Keep an eye out for changes in your childs behaviour and keep a routine Possible changes in your child
As this is the first time your child will be away from you for any great period of time, it is important for you, as a parent, to be aware of any changes in your childs behaviour. Here are just a couple of possible changes you may find in your child.
It doesn't matter if your child has already had long days (or even longer days) at day nursery compared to Primary school. With your child having to concentrate for longer and take more information on board, don't be surprised that this leads to their brain being even more active than usual. This can result in your child being a little more grumpy or needy that usual. Also, you may find that they wake early in the morning as their minds are still trying to digest the information they have been given.
Bad behaviour or quiet and withdrawn at home:
Talk to your child about what is happening at school and also check to see if they are feeling tired. If you can identify a specific problem then you can work with it. Otherwise allow your child time to relax. It may be that they are feeling a little overwhelmed by the experience. Spend time with them and give them plenty of reassurance. If you think this problem is being caused by your child mimicking other children in their class then you will need to explain to them that it is always better to be yourself. No one does you, better than you!
They have a problem with another child:
If they have other friends in the class encourage them to spend time with them and stay close. Teachers soon identify problem children, so if other children are causing problems this is often soon brought under control. If you think
Remember that your child hasn't turned into a monster overnight – they are going through one of the most significant changes in their young lives so far, so be patient, relax and communicate with both your child and their teacher. a teacher is not aware of a problem child then discuss your concern with them as soon as possible.
Early school experiences can stay with a child for a long time so it is important to try to rectify problems of this nature early. One of the most important tips for a parent whose child is entering into education for the first time is to try to create a routine at home. This will help your child to know what is going to happen and helps them adjust to their new life. Talk and listen to your children a lot. Not only will this help you to keep in touch with what is happening, by showing an interest it will help maintain your child's excitement about going to school. Invite new friends over to play. This helps your child to form stronger bonds and also helps you to get to know other parents. If you have any concerns, discuss them with the class teacher early. Although they will contact you if they have any concerns they will also be more than happy to put your mind at rest over any issues you may have. Most of all, remember that your child hasn't turned into a monster overnight – they are going through one of the most significant changes in their young lives so far, so be patient, relax and communicate with both your child and their teacher. So, the first stage of your childs development is well underway and their initial introduction to the education system will have brought with it many highs and lows. One of the biggest leaps into their learning, educationally and as a person, is about to take place – secondary school.
The next step on the education journey covers the ages 11 – 16. There are a few options available at this stage of your childs development, which makes this one of the most important decision you can make for your child - your child is unique, and so is every school. Your job, as a parent, is to ﬁnd the school that suits your child. Schools across England are funded and managed in different ways and will vary depending on the age of your child – none more so than at secondary school level.
criteria. Land and buildings are owned either b the governing body or by a charitable foundation. Trust schools are similar, but are run together with an outside body – usually a business or charity – which has formed an educational trust.
State secondary schools
There are four main types of state schools funded by local authorities.They all follow the National Curriculum and are inspected by Ofsted (the government’s Ofﬁce for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills).
Voluntary-aided schools are religious or faith schools. Just like foundation schools, the governing body employs the staff and sets the entrance criteria. School buildings and land are usually owned by a charity, often a church.
Community schools are run by the local authority, which employs school staff, owns the land and buildings, and sets the entrance criteria (such as catchment area) that decide which children are eligible for a place).
Foundation & Trust schools
Foundation schools are run by a governing body which employs the staff and sets the entrance
Voluntary-controlled schools are a cross between community and voluntary-aided schools. The local authority employs the staff and sets the entrance criteria, like a community school, but the school land and buildings are owned by a charity, often a church, which also appoints some members of the governing body.
Academies are independently managed schools
set up by sponsors from business, faith or voluntary groups in partnership with the local authority and the government Department for Children, Schools and Families.
City Technology Colleges City Technology Colleges are urban-based, independently managed secondary schools geared towards science, technology and the world of work. They offer a range of vocational qualiﬁcations as well as GCSEs and A levels.
Pupils at a special school have usually been assessed and given a statement of special educational needs (SEN). These may include learning disabilities or physical disabilities. qualiﬁ cations as well as GCSEs and A levels. These could be community, voluntaryaided or controlled, or foundation special schools. Some special schools are independent.
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How do the new 9-1 GCSE grades work?
How do the grades compare?
A 9 is the highest grade, while 1 is the lowest, not including a U (ungraded). Three number grades, 9, 8 and 7, correspond to the old-style top grades of A* and A - this is designed to give more differentiation at the top end. The exams watchdog, Ofqual, says fewer grade 9s will be awarded than A*s and that anyone who gets a 9 will have "performed exceptionally".
Free Schools are normally brand-new schools set up by teachers, charities, community or faith groups, universities and groups of parents where there is parental demand. They will be set up as Academies and will be funded in the same way, directly from central government. They also share with Academies a greater control over their ﬁnances, the curriculum, and teachers' pay and conditions.
Grammar schools are state funded schools which select their pupils based on academic ability. Under the grammar school system pupils take an entrants exam in order to become eligible.
Approximately 7% of the total number of school children in England attend an Independent schools. See more about Independent schools in Plymouth on pages 66 - 67. Now that we have taken a look at the types of schools available at secondary level, what schools are worth your consideration in Bath, and why.
A 4 is broadly being compared to a C grade, although Ofqual warns against "direct comparisons and overly simplistic descriptions". It says that, broadly, the same proportion of teenagers will get a grade four and above as used to get a grade C or above. It's confusing, but there are two pass marks which are described as a standard pass or strong pass (4 is a standard pass and 5 is a strong pass). This means that a candidate who gets nine 4 grades has, passed all their exams. However, with the government's school league tables detailing what percentage of pupils achieved a grade 5 or above in English and maths and in the English Baccelaureate subjects, it's hard to imagine that teachers will be content to see their pupils settle for a 4 as a pass.
food preparation and nutrition geography history modern foreign languages (French, German, Spanish) music physics physical education religious studies
Next summer, 2019, will see a third wave of 9-1 exams in: ancient history astronomy business classical civilisation design and technology economics electronics engineering ﬁlm studies geology media studies modern foreign languages (Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, Italian, Japanese, modern Greek, modern Hebrew, Panjabi, Polish, Russian, Urdu) psychology sociology statistics The ﬁnal wave of 9-1 GCSEs will be taught from this autumn, with exams in 2020, covering: ancient languages (biblical Hebrew) modern foreign languages (Gujarati, Persian, Portuguese, Turkish)
The reality is that schools will be pushing pupils for at least a 5 and most sixth forms will be looking for students with strong passes.
So some teenagers will have a mix of GCSEs under different marking schemes? Yes, that's right.
This year's Year 11 students are sitting the 9-1 exams in:
The new GCSE grading scheme is part of a new curriculum introduced in England's schools in 2014 by the then Education Secretary, Michael Gove. The new GCSEs courses include much less coursework than before, with grades in almost all subjects depending on exams.
ancient languages (classical Greek, Latin) art and design biology chemistry citizenship studies combined science (double award) computer science dance drama
Courses are designed to be more rigorous with exams taken after two years of study, rather than in modules with exams along the way.
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2018 sees thousands of teenagers across England opening their GCSE results to ﬁnd a new grading system, designed to reﬂect the fact that the new GCSE content is more challenging and rigorous than before.
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Plan to teach all children first aid
Tor Bridge High
Proposals put forward by Education Secretary, Damian Hinds, will mean that children in England will learn ﬁrst aid, giving them "the tools they need to be ready to thrive when they leave school".
Tor Bridge High
Miller Way, Estover, Plymouth PL6 8UN Tel: 01752 207907 www.torbridge.net Acting Headteacher: Graham Roser Type of establishment: Academy Converter Age range: 11 to 18 years
All Saints c of E School Honicknowle Lane, Pennycross, PL5 3NE Tel: 01752 70513 www.asap.org.uk Acting Head teacher: Anna Mills Type of establishment: Academy Converter Age range: 11 to 18 years
Tor Bridge High, rated good by OFSTED 2018, is pert of the Tor Bridge partnership, encompasing Tor Bridge Primary, Plym Bridge Nursery and Cann Bridge School. Our students follow a curriculum whcih is highly personlised to provide real choice and challenge for every individual. A huge number of extended curriculum activities in sport, music and the arts, plus access to the whole school themes of enterprise, outdoor challenge, internationalism and student leadership provide endless opportunities for enrichment. The outstanding team of staff at Tor Bridge High is inspiring, motivational and truly supportive. Creating the balance between the freedom and discipline for young people to develop as responsible individuals can only be achieved by working closely together with their families.
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The plan was announced as part of new guidelines on relationships and health education in schools, after research from the British Heart Foundation proved that survival rates in countries that teach ﬁrst aid in school are up to three times higher. The BHF said that fewer than one in 10 people survive cardiac arrests suffered outside of hospital, with 10,000 people in the UK dying each year as a result. Survival rates in countries that teach ﬁrst aid in school are up to three times higher, the BHF said.
Charnhill Way, Elburton, Plymouth PL9 8ES Tel: 01752 406961 www.coombedean.co.uk Head teacher: Mr Richard Woodland Type of establishment: Academy Converter Age range: 11 to 18 years
A unique feature is our Small Schools system where support and guidance for learning is more effective than in larger traditional Secondary School organisations. this provides a “positive school culture in which all puils are welcome and accedpted" OFSTED 2018. What matters most to us at Tor Bridge High is that our young people achieve the success, qualiﬁcations, experience and skills needed to realise their ambitions for the future.
Draft legislation says primary school children will be taught basic ﬁrst aid, such as dealing with head injuries and calling emergency services, while Secondary school children will learn lifesaving skills such as CPR and the purpose of deﬁbrillators.
Survival rates in countries that teach first aid in school are up to three times higher Research by the British Red Cross, which also campaigns on the issue, found that 95% of British adults would not be able to provide aid in "three of the most life-threatening ﬁrst aid emergencies".
Devonport High School for Boys Paradise Road, Stoke, Plymouth PL1 5QP Tel: 01752 208787 www.dhsb.org Head teacher: Mr D Roberts Type of establishment: Academy Converter Age range: 11 to 18 years
The decision to put forward the proposals to teach ﬁrst aid in schools also came after Lord Kerslake's inquiry into the Manchester Arena bombing in May 2017, which found members of the public tried to help the injured and dying but lacked the requisite skills. Mike Adamson, chief executive of the British Red Cross, said teaching children "simple yet vital ﬁrst aid skills" would save lives.
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Devonport Eggbuckland Community “This High is a School good school.” Ofsted 2016 for Girls College Set in a stunning, 44 acre site, students at “Pupils make good progress.” Ofsted 2016 Lyndhurst Road, Peverell, Plymouth PL2 3DL Eggbuckland Community College Academy Trust Tel: 01752 705024 experience the perfect learning environment as www.dhsg.co.uk a result of great teaching, excellent pastoral care Head teacher: Mrs Anita Hemsi and support throughout the College. Visitors Type of establishment: Academy Converter to us frequently comment on the welcoming, Age range: 11 to 18 years calm and purposeful atmosphere. In 2016, Ofsted described our students as “immaculate, engaged, positive, enthusiastic and respectful”. ‘Learning Caring Achieving’ is very much at the heart of our ethos; we want our students to really enjoy their time with us, make the most of the wealth of opportunities available to them, and achieve to the very best of their ability. “The school promotes strongly held values which are reﬂected in the very positive relationships between pupils and staff.” Ofsted 2016 Seymour Road, Plympton, Plymouth PL7 4LT Tel: 01752 337193 “Teachers look after you and really want www.heles.plymouth.sch.uk what’s best for you.” Connie, Year 11 Head teacher: Miss Justine Mason Type of establishment: Academy Converter At Eggbuckland, we recognise that all of our Age range: 11 to 18 years students are individuals and we want them to feel inspired and excited by their education. We are committed to continuing to offer a broad curriculum that includes academic, practical and creative subjects throughout the College. We ensure that students experience high quality teaching in every lesson and that they receive the targeted support that they need to achieve their potential. Each year we are delighted and proud that a very high proportion of our students gain places at the universities of their choice or secure employment and apprenticeships with top employers. Trevithick Road, Higher St Budeaux, PL5 2AF Tel: 01752are 213939 “Lessons very calm.” Alex, Year 7 www.marineacademy.org.uk Head teacher: Mr Nick Ward “My time at Eggbuckland has been amazing – Type of establishment: Academy Converter so much support – I couldn’t ask for anything Age range: to 18 more.” Liam11 Year 13years
Westcott Close, Eggbuckland, PL6 5YB Tel: 01752 779061 We offer a huge variety of extra-curricular www.eggbuckland.com opportunities, from productions in Drama and Head teacher: Mr Matthew Corrigan Music to College teams in twelve different sports. Type of establishment: Academy Converter In 2017, we launched our Sports Academy Age range: 11 to 18 years for students in Year 8 and above who have exceptional skills in a variety of sports. Sports Academy students enjoy an adapted curriculum and additional coaching experiences to develop their talent.
Bernice Terrace, Lipson, Plymouth PL4 7PG Tel: 01752 671318 www.lipsonco-operativeacademy.coop Head teacher: Lynda Budd Type of establishment: Academy Converter Age range: 11 to 18 years
“We have such good opportunities.” Clarice, Year 8 and Sports Academy member
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A sense of community is important to us. Our Looseleigh Lane, Derriford, Plymouth PL6 5HN pastoral system is organised into six houses with Tel: 01752 vertical tutor775101 groups. Students meet with their www.ndonline.org tutor each day and parents have direct access, Head teacher: Mschild’s K White via email, to their tutor as well as secure Type oftoestablishment: Academythat Converter access our Learning Gateway provides Age range:on 11homework, to 18 yearspositive event logs, information
attendance and progress. We have a wellestablished reward system, the views of students at Eggbuckland are listened to and there are genuine opportunities for them to shape the future of the College. “It’s easy to make friends here; everyone is so open.” Teigan, Year 7 At Eggbuckland we understand that the move to secondary school is a huge step in a young person’s life. Creating a happy, supportive, exciting and inspirational place to learn and develop is fundamental to future success and Lancaster Gardens, Whitleigh, PL5 4AA we put all our efforts into doing just that which Tel: 01752 201020 explains why our students do so well both www.sirjohnhunt.plymouth.sch.uk academically and socially. Headteacher: Julie Bevan Type of establishment: Secondary school (Trust) We know that nothing replaces a visit, so Age range: 11 to 19 years do come along to one of our open evenings on Wednesday 13th June or Tuesday 18th September or contact us if you would like to see us in action.
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22 Millbay Road, Millbay, Plymouth, PL1 3EG Tel: 01752 221927 www.schoolofcreativearts.co.uk Head teacher: Mr David Strudwick Age range: 4 to 16 years
Our website, www.eggbuckland.com, will allow you to book a tour of the College with a senior member of staff, at a time convenient to you, or give us call on 01752 779061. Park Ave, Plymouth PL1 4RL Tel:really 01752 284250 We look forward to meeting you. www.utcplymouth.org @eggbucklandcc Principal: Polly Lovell Type of establishment: Technical College @eggbucklandCC Age range: 14 to 19 years
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Plymouth High School For Girls
St Lawrence Road, Plymouth PL4 6HT Tel: 01752 208308 www.phsg.org Headteacher: Miss Mary Utton Type of establishment: Academy Converter Age range: 11 to 18 years
Stoke Damerel Community College
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Somerset Place, Plymouth. PL3 4 BD Tel: 01752 556065 www.sdcc.net Headteacher: Anita Frier Type of establishment: Academy Converter Age range: 11 to 18 years Stoke Damerel Community College is a vibrant and forward-thinking community of teachers and learners. The College appreciates the individuality and unique strengths and talents of each student and encourages everyone to invest in their education. Stoke Damerel takes great pride in the fact that more and more of its students enjoy success in every possible way and at every level.
Somerset Place, Stoke, Plymouth, PL3 4BD Tel: 987010 www.scottcollege.co.uk Twitter: @scottcollegeply Headteacher: Mr Martyn Cox Type of establishment: Medical and Healthcare school Age Range: 13 - 19 Scott Medical and Healthcare College is a small, state school training the healthcare and medical professionals of the future.
In our most recent report Ofsted described Stoke Damerel as “a highly inclusive school with a welcoming ethos” where students “are polite and conduct themselves well and have a strong sense of moral duty”. Stoke Damerel seeks to provide the very best educational experience so every student can reach their full potential as they become responsible and proactive members of their community.
Admitting pupils aged between 13 and 19, our school is separate and distinct from sponsor college, Stoke Damerel, whilst taking advantage ofbeing part of the Inspiring Schools Partnership multi-academy trust.
The College also offers School Direct - a way of training to be a teacher and get paid at the same time.
Applications can still be made for places in Year 9 and Year 12 and all the details you need are on the Scott College website.
The Open Evening will take place on Wednesday 12 September enabling parents and their children to ﬁnd out what it is like to become a student at Stoke Damerel and get a taste of just some of the amazing opportunities on offer at our College. Doors open at 6pm for 6.30pm start.
Parents and students keen to register their interest in our new school can go to www. scottcollege.co.uk and sign up for updates on the application process and the school’s progress.
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21 Boniface Lane, Manadon Park, PL5 3AG Tel: 01752 779051 www.stbonifaces.com Headteacher: Mr Neil Maslen Type of establishment: Academy Converter Age range: 11 to 18 years
We opened on 4 September 2017 in Plymouth welcoming students from across Devon and into Cornwall. There is a consistent demand for well-trained healthcare professionals and Scott College offers the best of both worlds, offering high-quality teaching of GCSEs and A Levels and state-ofthe-art facilities as well as the opportunity for work placements with our outstanding healthcare partners, Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust, Plymouth University and Livewell Southwest.
“I have learned so much here – there are so many opportunities and everyone makes you feel welcome” Toby - Class of 2021
St Boniface's College
“I can’t wait to meet our next intake of students and their families to share my vision for the College with them,” said headteacher Martyn Cox.
Moorland Road, Plympton, Plymouth PL7 2RS Tel: 01752 338373 www.plympton.academy Headteacher: Lisa Boorman Type of establishment: Academy Converter Age range: 11 to 18 years
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Independent Sch Approximately 7% of the total number of school children in England attend an Independent schools, with the ﬁgure rising to more than 18% of pupils over the age of 16.
to individually help students’ weak areas and advance their strengths.
parent breakfast to more frequent meetings, parents felt more included.
Independent schools are self-funding (via charging parents a fee - usually per term) and therefore do not rely on money from the government. This also means that Independent schools do not have to follow the national curriculum albeit they must be registered with the government and are inspected regularly.
Discipline and respect
Independent schools have reputations for maintaining high standards for discipline and respect. Lower staff-to-student ratios allow for more effective observation and control of school grounds.
There are a number of reasons why parents will choose to send their child to an independent school with 522,879 pupils, the highest level since records began in 1974, now attending. Recent research shows (Jan 2017 ISC Census) 91% of all ISC pupils went on to higher education, with 55% going on to a Russell Group university. Some of the main reasons given by parents whose children attend an Independent school include:
Greater academic opportunities
One of the accepted beneﬁ ts of independent schools is that they provide exceptional and challenging educational experiences through extracurricular activities, Advanced Placement courses, and the International Baccalaureate programme, just to name a few.
Independent schools vary greatly in size, but depending on their teaching style, almost all focus on the importance of small class sizes
91 per cent of parents surveyed said the dedication of the teachers was their main reason for choosing a private school.
62 per cent of parents with children in the private school system believe their school’s environment is motivating, supportive and nurturing. If you are going down the Independent Schools route,The Independent Schools Council is a good starting point. Make a list of preferred schools. View their websites to check admission dates and processes. To save you a little bit of time, we have highlighted the main Independent Schools in Bath, along with their contact details and website information.
In a study completed by the Fraser Institute in 2007, 91 per cent of parents surveyed said the dedication of the teachers was their main reason for choosing a private school.
At private schools, you'll ﬁnd incredible resources to support student learning in the classroom, sports ﬁeld, art studio, and beyond. Quality resources provide students with the opportunity to fully explore their interests and talents.
Parents of children in an Independent school felt more involved in their childs education. From
Ford Park,Plymouth, Devon PL4 6RN Tel: 01752 203300 www.plymouthcollege.com Principal/Head (Prep): Mr Christopher Gatherer Principal/Head (Senior): Mr Jonathan Standen Age range: 3 - 18 Religious afﬁliation: Christian
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Hartley Road, Mannamead, Plymouth, PL3 5LW Tel: 01752 771789 email: email@example.com www.kingsschool-plymouth.co.uk Principal/Head: Mrs Jane Lee Age range of pupils: Co-educational 0-11 years. Religious afﬁ liation: Christian
Tips for parents on Open Days For parents, it doesn't matter if your child is making their ﬁrst tentative steps into education or choosing a ﬁ nal University place; the decision of where your child will be educated is very important, not just to you, but more so to your child. Open Days give any parent (and child) the opportunity to witness at ﬁrst hand the running of a school, its teachers, its pupils and its facilities. Many parents will look at league tables, Ofsted reports and make their judgements based solely on results rather than what is most most important: will your child be happy? Depending on the school, Open Days can be either very relaxed affairs, some can be almost military in their agenda and precision, many can be very staged as if the actors are putting on a performance to potential sponsors. Regardless of which Schools you choose to view, like ﬁnding a home you want your child to grow up in, it is always good to look at a few to give you an idea of similarities, differences and generally how staff and pupils behave.
children already at the school, they may have a few home truths about the school or its teachers. Talk to current pupils as they tend to use words that aren't false or scripted. If you are on a 'warts and all' tour, look around the classrooms, look at the work, not just the ones at eye level and in the centre of the wall but those that are on the periphery. This will give you an idea of the different levels of ability. During your Open Day you may well be given a talk by the Head or one of the senior staff. They may well tell you that they are a school that has many after school clubs and is a real part of the community but look for signs that back them up. Look at noticeboards, they will tell you how involved the school is. It is always a good idea to try and speak to a senior member of staff (or ideally the head) on a one-to-one basis. You can then get an idea of the schools vision and where it may or may not ﬁt in with your child's future.
Regardless of which Schools you choose to view, like ﬁnding a home you want your child to grow up in, it is always good to look at a few to give you an idea of similarities, differences and generally how staff and pupils behave. This may sound obvious, but make sure you take your child. Remember it will be them who will be working and learning in this environment so they need to feel comfortable. Whilst you are at the Open Day, try and speak to as many people as you can. Parents who have
Open Days are a fantastic way to see ﬁrst hand the running of a school and meet those who will lead and inspire your child. Most importantly of all, when it comes to deciding your child's future. Trust your instincts.
Post 16 The day has finally arrived; the last Friday in June. You've completed your final year in secondary school education and although you've reached the grand old age of 16 it's by no means the end of your road for learning. For those of you born on or after 1st September 1997, it is now law that you stay in some form of education or training until 18. Post-16 options can vary but are full-time. These can consist of a continuation of schooling, whether its a Sixth Form attached to your school or college, an apprenticeship or going into employment with training. This stage can be very confusing, so gathering information about different options is an essential part of this process.
The government have decided to keep all students in the education system until they are 18 because it is widely recognised that if a young person stays in education or training they will have better career prospects, will be less likely to experience unemployment and will earn more. A more highly skilled workforce will also help the country compete in the world economy. Each student, along with their parent, carer or guardian should think about their progression and where their course or training might lead to. It is worth asking schools or colleges what the next step is if the young person succeeds on the level of course or training that they have applied for. It is always best to seek out careers advice at this stage as this can help in your decision making process as well as giving you some impartial advice.
GCSE Maths and English Language:
It is now compulsory for students to achieve an A* - C grade GCSE or equivalent in Maths and English Language. If this is not achieved at the end of year 11 students must study these subjects again in sixth form or a college. Some students will be able to do ‘stepping stone’ courses that help them progress to GCSE C+ grades in these subjects.
AS and A levels:
AS and A levels are the best known of the post 16 qualifications and have an established history in UK education. They are the more traditional route to a university education. Some students may focus on a particular area – for example sciences – and do all their subjects in this area. Other students do a mixture of subjects and keep their options open for post 18 routes. From September 2017 A levels are changing. A-level exams will take place at the end of Year 13, with no marks from AS-levels (if you take these) contributing to the overall final grade. Across the board, there will also be less coursework and fewer practical assessments under the new system (in Wales, practicals will still count in biology, chemistry and physics A-level) - making that exam revision all the more important. Grades will continue to be awarded on an A*- E scale.
New-style A-levels will be introduced in: accounting, ancient history, archaeology, classical civilisation, design and technology, electronics, film studies, geology, government and politics, history of art, law, maths and further maths, media studies, music technology, philosophy and statistics. Most students who successfully study A levels go on to higher education. Other than continuing full-time education at school or college with A and AS levels. Other than continuing full-time education at school or college with A and AS levels, there are a selection of options available those looking to continue their education, Post 16. We have outlined some of these options, opposite.
The International Baccalaureate, or IB is a programme of education for 16-19-year-old students. The IB is an internationally recognised course, ollowed by students all around the world. Until recently in the UK it was only taught in a minority of independent schools, but is now on offer at some state schools. It is available at about 125 schools in total across the UK, with 190 of these offering the IB as a post-16 option. The IB course leads to a qualifi cation called the IB Diploma, which is very well-respected by universities and is also an advantage if your child is hoping to study overseas.
Further Education and Vocational courses:
Higher National Diplomas (HNDs) are a further education qualification for 14-19-year-olds in England. They’ve been introduced to provide more options for practical learning, and to encourage more
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young people to continue studying. Diplomas aim to provide work-orientated skills in a more creative way - so students get practical training and benefit from work experience. There is less classroom-based learning than with A levels. NVQ stands for National Vocational Qualification aare achieved through training and assessment, which is normally on-the-job observation. If your child knows what job they’d like to do, and wants to move straight in to the world of work, an NVQ could be the right choice for them. They can be taken alongside the National Curriculum at GCSE level but are usually taken after 16.
T levels are new technical study programmes that will sit alongside apprenticeships and A Levels within a reformed skills training system. T levels have been designed to create the skills revolution needed to meet the needs of our economy and are being developed in partnership with Government, business and education. See more opposite.
Initially introduced by former Education Secretary, Justine Greening, the government's T-level Action Plan, has been championed by PM Theresa May, stating that it will “help thousands of people across the country compete globally”.
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T levels are new technical study programmes that will sit alongside apprenticeships and A Levels within a reformed skills training system. T levels have been designed to create the skills revolution needed to meet the needs of our economy and are being developed in partnership with Government, business and education.
Although there has initially been scepticism of whether these courses will be ready to be taught in schools and colleges, to a 'consistently high standard' in 2020, current Education Secretary, Damian Hinds stated that “Naming the first 52 colleges and providers where young people will be able to study the first T levels is an important step forward.”
The qualifications are intended as a vocational alternative to A levels in England and will cover subjects including construction, education, childcare and engineering and manufacturing. The first courses are set to be introduced in 2020, with the rest to be available by 2022. “Everyone should be able to have access to an education that suits them, but we know that for those that don’t choose to go to university, the routes into further technical and vocational training can be hard to navigate,” the prime minister said at the end of May 2018. “T levels provide a high-quality, technical alternative to A levels, ensuring thousands of people across the country have the skills we need to compete globally - a vital part of our modern industrial strategy.” the PM continued.
Apprenticeships give you the opportunity to work for a real employer, earn a real salary and gain a real qualification whilst gaining valuable workplace skills and experience.
The 22 planned courses will feature more teaching hours than most current technical programmes and will include a compulsory work placement of between 40 and 60 days.
Anyone living in England, over 16 years old and not in full-time education can apply to be an apprentice. All apprentices must receive the appropriate national minimum wage.
T-levels are currently being aimed at 15 sectors:
Apprenticeship National Minimum Wage rate does not apply to Higher Apprenticeships. All apprentices should work for at least 30 hours a week, apart from in exceptional circumstances.
Agriculture, environmental and animal care Business and administrative Catering and hospitality Childcare and education Construction Creative and design Digital Engineering and manufacturing Hair and beauty Health and science
Key facts about T levels
T levels will be level 3 technical study programmes, based on employer-designed standards and content, which will prepare students for highly skilled jobs and enable them to adapt to meet the skills needs of the future. Students achieving T levels will be able to progress to the highest levels of skilled employment or technical education and training at levels 4, 5 and 6. Progression options will include higher and degree level apprenticeships or higher technical education, including technical degrees. Apprenticeships and T levels will be based on the same set of standards designed by employers and others but there will be differences in the overall content of each programme, to reflect that apprenticeships are mainly delivered in the workplace, and T levels will mainly be delivered in the classroom. Students achieving a T level will have the numeracy, literacy, digital skills and wider transferable skills, attitudes and behaviours needed to succeed in occupations relevant to their chosen route and the wider workplace of the future. T level programmes are substantial and will be high quality. They are likely to be equivalent in size to a three-‘A’-level programme and will have more teaching time built in to enable students to acquire more and better knowledge, skills and behaviours.
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Eighteen year old photographer Luke Frost recently graduated from Plymouth College of Art’s dedicated pre-degree campus specialising in photography. He plans to continue studying with Plymouth College of Art, beginning his undergraduate degree in Photography this September. His passion lies in exploring the coast and capturing the people and places that make the South West unique.
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I would consider my main passion to be photography, and from my photographs I think you can see that I enjoy spending time near the coast - where I also enjoy ﬁshing and surﬁng with my friends in local areas. My aspiration is to be taking photos around the world on different coasts, to enjoy different cultures, and to be recognised for the dedication and genuine love I have for the art.
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Protecting the oceans is extremely important to me. My hobbies take me to the water and that is where I found my love for photography and so to see the damage being done to our planet and the sea life is awful. We have such an amazing coastline, schemes to protect the ocean are so important in opening our eyes to the damage we’re causing and to stop it before it becomes irreversible.
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I knew that studying an Extended Diploma Art & Design (Photography) was something I was genuinely interested in and had a passion for, and that is super important to me. I feel that without a love for the art, you can't reach your full potential.
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2018 A-level students achieve rise in top grades For the first time since 2012, A-level students have been awarded with the highest proportion of As and A*s despite experts suggesting that the exams were tougher than in previous years. This year saw 97.6% of A-level students awarded A* to E grades, down on 2017's 97.9%, although some 26.4% of exams have been awarded the top grades of As and A*s this year. These set of results are the best since 2012, where 26.6% of exams were awarded As and A*s, with 26.3% achieved these top grades last year. Despite the improvement, examiners have dismissed the gains as 'extremely marginal'. Some of this scepticism may be due to the fact that the proportion of pupils gaining A* to C dropped to 78.4% from 79% last year. In England, A-levels have been moving away from coursework and returning to students being graded on final exams. However, a mix of oldstyle and new exams are being taken in Wales and Northern Ireland. Last year, students in England took new, more challenging exams in 13 subjects, with 11 more following this year. The remaining subjects are being refreshed over the next two years. Regulator Ofqual promised grade boundaries could be lowered, once papers were marked, if the new exams were tougher than expected.
How do the old and new A-level systems compare?
It is the culmination of a lot of hard work and dedication - from both those receiving their marks and the teachers who've been supporting them every step of the way.
under the new system (in Wales, practicals will still count in biology, chemistry and physics A-level) - making that exam revision all the more important. Grades will continue to be awarded on an A*- E scale.
Battle of the Sexes:
For the second year running, boys have outperformed girls at the top grades. 2017 saw a changing of the guard for the fist time in the 17 years as 26.6% of exam entries for boys were awarded an A or A*, compared with 26.2% of girls. This compares with 26.6% and 26.1% respectively last year.
Under the old system being phased out, ASlevels were studied in Year 12, with exams taken in May-June that were worth 50% of your overall A-level qualification.
A third of A-level entries come from STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and maths), which traditionally have been favoured by boys.
Under the new system being introduced, all A-level exams will take place at the end of Year 13, with no marks from AS-levels (if you take these) contributing to the overall final grade.
Education Secretary Damian Hinds congratulated everyone receiving their results. He said: "It is the culmination of a lot of hard work and dedication - from both those receiving their marks and the teachers who've been supporting them every step of the way. "They should rightly feel proud of their achievements."
Across the board, there will also be less coursework and fewer practical assessments
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Apprenticeships Since 2015, the government requires all young people to stay in some form of education or training until at least their 18th birthday. Having detailed the many options available to those 'Post 16' earlier, here we outline information and benefits about apprenticeships as a key route into a successful career.
What is an apprenticeship?
Apprenticeships are available to anyone over the age of 16, living in England. There are different entry requirements depending on the sector and job. Apprenticeships give you the opportunity to work for a real employer, earn a real salary and gain a real qualification whilst gaining valuable workplace skills and experience. All apprentices should work for at least 30 hours a week, apart from in exceptional circumstances.
What are the benefits?
Apprenticeships are now available up to degree level and beyond. Over 50 national universities are currently offering a range of degree apprenticeships with more to be confirmed throughout the year.
Earning a salary and paid holiday; Excellent progression opportunities, whether looking to study further or climb the ranks within the workplace; Increased future earning potential – apprentices enjoy marked salary increases on finishing their training and those completing a higher apprenticeship could see increased earnings of an estimated £150,000 over their lifetime.
What levels are there?
There are various levels of apprenticeship to apply for depending on current skills and qualifications. Apprenticeships have equivalent educational levels: Name Level Intermediate 2 Advanced 3 Higher 4, 5, 6 and 7 Degree
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Equivalent level 5 GCSE passes 2 A level passes Foundation degree and above Bachelor’s or master’s degree
All apprenticeships include elements of on the job and off the job training leading to industry recognised standards or qualifications. Some apprenticeships will require an assessment at the end of the programme to assess the apprentice`s
ability and competence in their job role. Some apprenticeship vacancies will display the `Positive about disabled` logo meaning the employer has agreed to take action to meet five commitments regarding the employment, retention, training and career development of disabled employees. Any disabled candidate applying for vacancies showing this logo will be guaranteed an interview as long as they meet the requirements for the job being applied for (these policies have recently changed (July 2017)).
The minimum wage for apprentices is £3.70 per hour (as of April 2018), but many employers pay more than this. This is dependant on the sector, region and apprenticeship level e.g. some higher apprenticeships pay upto £500 per week.
During last summers Queen’s speech (21 June 2017), the government renewed its commitment to “ensuring people have the skills they need for the high-skilled, high-wage jobs of the future”. New apprenticeships minister, Anne Milton, is focused on creating three million apprentices by 2020.
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National Apprenticeship Week is coordinated by the National Apprenticeship Service and is designed to celebrate apprenticeships and traineeships and the positive impact they have on individuals, businesses and the wider economy. The objective of National Apprenticeship Week is to increase awareness and take-up of apprenticeships and traineeships. The next National Apprenticeships Week will take place in March 2019.
A more engaged workforce: 92% of employers who employ apprentices believe that apprenticeships lead to a more motivated and satisfied workforce. Lower staff turnover, fewer skills-related vacancies and reduced recruitment costs: 83% of employers who employ apprentices rely on their apprenticeships programme to provide the skilled workers that they need for the future. One in five employers are hiring more apprentices to help them through the tough economic climate. Increased competitiveness: 80% of employers that employ apprentices agree they make their workplace more productive. A better image and greater customer satisfaction: 81% of consumers favour using a company which takes on apprentices.
Degree Apprenticeships: Are they right for you? Degree apprenticeships are similar to higher apprenticeships, but differ in that they provide an opportunity to gain a full bachelor's degree (Level 6) or master’s degree (Level 7). These programmes are being developed by employers, universities, and professional bodies working in partnership. Degree apprenticeships combine working with studying part-time at a university. Apprentices are employed throughout the programme, and spend part of their time at university and the rest with their employer. This can be on a day-to-day basis or in blocks of time, depending on the programme and requirements of the employer. They can take between three to six years to complete, depending on the course level. Currently, the scheme is only available in England and Wales, although applications may be made from all parts of the UK. Degree apprenticeships are still quite new, so there are a limited number of vacancies. It’s anticipated that the number of vacancies will grow over the next year or two. Is a degree apprenticeship right for me? As you will be studying and doing a full-time job, you will need to be committed. You will also be part of a workplace, so you need to be professional, responsible and mature. Although there will be those that tell you a degree apprenticeship is‘second-best’ to a traditional degree, those chooseing the apprenticeships route will need to be disciplined due to the mix of study and full-time work. It is thought that, in time, apprenticeships degrees
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On his return to Accacia Training recently, Ben spoke to our current Apprentices about his journey and experiences to reach the successful position he is in today. He told the group that 'while in the habit of studying - keep studying'. He relayed that passing exams took perseverance, but he is proud of his career and progression. The learners could easily relate to Ben and were enthusiasic to ask questions such as; 'What do I do next?' 'AAT or CIMA?', 'Practice or Industry?'.'Accounting or Chartered?' and what to expect and reach for regarding their role and salaries.
About Acacia Training and Development Acacia Training and Development have had a training centre in Plymouth for over 20 years, working with a variety of learning needs to help develop skills in the area. We have a wide range of services ranging from: Employability skills and development, Maths and English (available on a 1 to 1 basis). Work based learning such as Apprenticeships, for qualiďŹ cations in Health and Social Care, Child Care and Early Years, Business Admin, Customer Service, Management, Team Leading, Hairdressing and Accountancy for ages 19 and over, Learner Loans and other funding streams are available. We also offer Distance Learning for a variety of subjects. If you are looking to complete further training for professional development, or you want to improve your skills then we have an experienced team who can help you. Contact us on 0800 0902155 to take the next step in your career.
Ben Rendle Financial Controller Plymouth Argyle
Ben, the Financial Controller for Plymouth Argyle Football Club, attended Acacia Training and Development 19 years ago where he completed Accountancy Level 2, followed by an Apprenticeship with us to achieve his levels 3 and 4. On completion of his Apprenticeships, Ben started work at Pendragon Limited and then moved onto a 2 week temporary assignment at Plymouth Argyle FC in 2009, quickly becoming the Financial Controller of the Football Club. Whilst working, Ben continued his studies and progression. He has worked to achieve Professional Competence Level with CIMA and became Chair of CIMA for Devon and Cornwall Members Branch.
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I would recommend Acacia to anyone who is unsure on what they want to do for a career. To learn these fundamental skills will only beneﬁt you in whatever path you take. It gave me a great insight into an ofﬁce environment and taught me the fundamental interpersonal skills required in a work place. This included customer and partner based communication, administration, telephone, e-mail and data skills. I really enjoyed this experience and progressed quickly through the NVQ certiﬁcation modules. As a result, I passed the course early. Acacia then helped me ﬁnd another Apprenticeship elsewhere, to further progress my proﬁle in the way of a Business Administration NVQ.
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property In before Christmas Whether you are buying or selling, there is a distinct advantage to moving home around the festive period. If you are organised and prepared to be ﬂexible then you could grab yourself a bargain. As the housing market typically slows down during the festive period, canny buyers are prept, ready to take full advantage of home buyers offers and vendors who are more serious about moving. If your Christmas wish is to move into a new home over the festive period, then now is the time to look out for the many incentives on offer by home developers, who - like you, are also keen to see you settled into a new home with the tree and decorations up for all to see. Here are some useful tips for buyers and sellers:
The majority of home owners who are still advertising their home for sale over the festive period are keen to move. They may well be willing to pay stamp-duty fees, removals costs or even drop the price signiﬁcantly. With both, there is a deﬁnite sense of urgency that can be of beneﬁt to you. Be prepared to negotiate, and negotiate hard. If you are ﬂexible, organised and co-operative then you can certainly pick up a bargain. For ﬁrst time buyers, the process is a simple one. Do your homework, get your ﬁnances in order and then play the game. For those who need to sell before they purchase, this becomes a slightly more difﬁcult – but not impossible- task.
There are plenty of ways to ﬁnd a cut-priced brand-new home. Visit smartnewhomes.com which lists developers and also offers advice on incentives like builders paying moving costs, part-exchanging your old home and developers, Help to Buy calculators and more. Home developers are keen to get as many buyers signed up as possible at the end of the year, especially if they are coming towards the end of a particular phase. And, if you can get carpets, curtains and vouchers for major department stores thrown in, then maybe
Christmas presents are sorted out as well. Moving into a home gives you have the beneﬁt of just unloading your furniture and placing it wherever you like – maybe the Christmas tree can be the ﬁrst thing you set up. Also, 'buying new' gives you the security of 10 years building cover as well as a brand-new heating systems that can cope with even the harshest of winters.
As mentioned previously, the housing market does slow down in the lead-up to Christmas, which means that there are fewer buyers on the look out. What this also means though, is that there are fewer properties on offer and those looking, tend not to be time wasters. If you are looking to sell your existing house, there are certain tips that can help you secure the sale over some of your competitiors. Remember, potential buyers will view a number of properties before deciding and therefore yours needs to stand out from the crowd. Here's some tips and advice on how to get your home to the top of the list when it comes to selling:
Less is More
De-cluttering not only makes the property look tidier but also more spacious. Clear surfaces of excess items and if you have children try to limit the amount of toys on show.
Tone Down the Decor
Neutral colours really do improve your chances of ﬁnding a buyer or tenant. Not only do people have very different tastes when it comes to colour schemes but neutral colours will allow the potential buyer to feel they can put their own stamp on a new home.
Make sure you have taken to the steps to secure your mortgage well in advance.
Put Your Buyer’s/Renter’s Hat On
Imagine yourself as the prospective buyer/ tenant viewing your property for the ﬁrst time. What would you think? Putting your ‘ buyer’s hat’ on helps when preparing your property ready for the market.
A fresh smelling home always helps. Air the property before any viewing and try to remove any unwanted smells, from bins to animals. You don't have to go overboard and bake bread or ﬁlter coffee, but a pleasent smelling home does make a huge difference.
Keep it Warm
Ensure that your home is warm. Those viewing a property are generally put off if a house or ﬂat feels cold. Even in summer ensure that the property is not chilly!
Show Your Property in the Best Light
Good lighting improves the look of any property. Even if it means switching on a few lamps or overhead lights this will make the place look as light as possible. Try and ﬁnd any darker areas of your home and make these a priority.
Your Garden Can Help Sell Your Home
Don’t neglect your garden when dressing up your property. The garden is an essential part of any home and could help you clinch the deal if it looks good. At this time of year, tidy it up! Rake any fallen leaves, arrange furniture (if not already put away).
Do the Jobs You Have Been Putting off
This means touching up any paint, ﬁlling in holes and making any small repairs in order to improve the appearance of your property.
How Clean is Your House?
Give your property a good clean before any viewing and this includes any communal areas. Having a clean house or ﬂat can make all the difference when it comes to making a good ﬁrst impression.
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Number of first-time buyers reaches highest level in a decade In the first half of 2018, the number of first-time buyers reached its highest level in a decade, recent research from the Halifax has concluded. Government schemes such as Help to Buy and historically low mortgages deals have helped to boost numbers, although a rise in interest rates in August could see them rise.
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First-time buyers have also been given a helping hand onto the property ladder from the Bank of Mum and Dad, particularly with funding a deposit. The national average for a deposit now stands at £33,127 and an eye-watering £114,952 in London. It means the average deposit for a first-time buyer has risen almost £5,000 since 2008, up from £28,335.
First-time buyers have also been given a helping BECAUSE THERE ARE THOSE hand onto the property Modbury over the years has seen a high WITH ONladder LIFEfrom the Bank The national housebuilder’s Home Exchange A GREATER demand for new homes OUTLOOK Palm Cross offers scheme has been particularly popular with flexible living for every type of buyer, the three of Mum and Dad, purchasers who are looking to move up the and four bedroom homes available offer a Superior living in Modbury property ladder and enjoy all the benefits a new variety ofcoastal modern finishes with generously sized particularly with build home has to offer. bedrooms, each home features deluxe en suites. The kitchen and dining areas give each home Making a decision can sometimes be tricky. Not only does it need to be right, funding a deposit. A selection of three and four-bedroom homes great spaces for family time, the contemporary The beautifully designed, spacious and versatile new homes at Bloor Homes’ Palm Cross development are the perfect place for modern family living.
extremely popular. I would encourage anyone looking to buy a new home to visit our sales office at Palm Cross.”
is currently available with Home Exchange at doors seamlessly combine indoor and it needs to feel right too. That’sFrench why you’ll find one of our 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes atdata, Palm Cross Along with their own recent research from the Palm Cross development in Modbury, and outdoor entertaining offering a space that’s the Office for National Statistics, and information prospective purchasers are urgedto notimmediately to miss out perfect modern feelforlike theliving. home you have been looking for. gained from mortgages and deposits from UK on this great opportunity. Finance; Halifax has concluded that there has Set amid an area of outstanding natural beauty been a rise of 21%surroundings. in First-time buyers over These homes have been crafted complement their picturesque The Home Exchange scheme offers buyers the meticulously in the picturesque Southto Hams, the development the past decade. Numbers rose in the first six chance to secure a wonderful new home whilst benefits from a fantastic location with superb months of 2018 175,000 expect compared with Their quality and specification throughout are youtowould relieving some of thebuild stress associated with detailed transport links to Exeter and Plymouth, ideal for everything 171,200 in the same period in 2017. selling their existing property. There are no long commuters.
from a Bloor home, and the moment you step inside, you know you are somewhere truly exceptional.
chains, wasted fees or unsuccessful viewings, so purchasers don’t have to worry about anything.
Rowena Adams, Regional Sales Director at Bloor Homes South West, said: “It’s not surprising S E E that so many house buyers prefer a new-build property. We know that buying a new home is a huge commitment, but today’s purchasers are well informed, and they understand that renovating a pre-owned property can often be a more costly option. A property built to the highest modern specification and a builder’s guarantee are two main reasons, but other factors are the availability of Home Exchange, which has been
A wonderful range of three and four-bedroom homes are currently available at Palm Cross, starting from £289,950. For more information call Ithe T sales . F Eoffice E Lon I01548 T. E X112 P EorRvisit IENCE 898 www.bloorhomes.com .
In the South West, the average price for a Frist-time buyer is £ 207,329, giving an average deposit of £ 38,371; some 18% of the purchase Iprice T . beinf put down to secure a sale. The growth in first-time buyers means that the number of all buyers purchasing a property with a mortgage has increaed to 51 per cent this year, up from 38 per cent in 2008. These figures are in sharp contrast to a record low of 72,700, which was in the first six months of 2009 and is now only eight per cent lower than at the peak of the last boom in 2006, which saw numbers reach 190,900.
*Help to Buy and all Bloor Homes’ incentives and schemes are subject to terms and conditions and are available on selected developments and selected plots only.
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property Burrington Estates New Homes understand that buying a new home can be one of life’s more stressful experiences, but there are a number of schemes designed to help make that step even easier. The Government Funded Help to Buy* scheme is available on a large number of properties on the development, allowing you to purchase a home with just a 5% deposit. Those in the Armed Forces can benefit from the Forces Help to Buy scheme**. Servicemen and servicewomen can borrow up to 50% of their salary, interest free, to help get them on the property ladder. If you have a property to sell, the assisted move scheme is a great option. Burrington Estates New Homes can recommend a team of experts to arrange for the valuations of your home and allow you to work closely with estate agents to help find a buyer for your current home. To take advantage of any of the available schemes, contact a sales executive who will be able to discuss your options. Properties at The Quarters are available from £270,000. The show home at The Quarters is open 7 days a week from 10am - 5.30pm. To book your exclusive tour, contact email@example.com, call 01752 931030 or visit a sales executive at The Quarters, Manadon Park, Plymouth, PL5 3UF. *Help to Buy criteria apply. To find out more, visit www.helptobuy.gov.uk for details. Visit www.burringtonestates.com/forces-help-tobuy for more details on the Forces Help to Buy scheme. Schemes are available on selected homes only. Prices correct at time of going to print.
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