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This summer sees a season jam-packed with the best events, exhibitions, festivals and shows the city has to offer.

As Calendar Girls The Musical comes to the city, we speak to Tim Firth and Gary Barlow about their musical collaboration as well as why naked badminton is a no - no.

We preview the forthcoming Rolex Fastnet Race that comes to Plymouth in August. We also catch up with the likes of Plymouth Pavilions, Barbican Theatre and the Theatre Royal.

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This issues food and drink section takes a look at fine dining and alfresco dining locations. You will never be short of options when it comes to dining outside, in and around the city, and we have highlighted just some of the best places to soak up the sun, or take in the stars.

The summer holidays; seven weeks of keeping the little ones entertained as well as continuing to feed their need for learning. Love them or loathe them, these two months can create memories that last a lifetime for both children and parents alike.

Our property section will get expert opinion on how the local market is currently performing for those looking to move or improve.

We also ask a couple of our local chefs to give us some tempting dishes for you try out this summer.

We offer up some ideas to help you plan your summer and make this years break one of the most fulfilling.

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what's on 6 – 7 July In The Night Garden Plymouth Pavilions Brand new In the Night Garden Live show coming to Plymouth Pavilions in 2019! Igglepiggle, Upsy Daisy, Makka Pakka and friends are back in their brand new live show Igglepiggle’s Busy Day! Join Igglepiggle as he looks for his friends in the Night Garden by following their funny sounds until he finds them all! Times: Sat 1pm and 4pm, Sun 10am and 1pm Prices vary, see website for details 6 July – 7 Sept Summer of Fun The Plymouth Summer of Fun in the city centre, brought to you by Plymouth City Centre Company, promises to be a summer full of entertainment for all the family. Events will be taking place in and around the city centre each week, kicking off with the Plymouth Summer Circus, followed by circus workshops, spin art workshops, Dreckly Dragon, circus performers with plenty more, as well as the West End Carnival and Market 60th Anniversary and many more! 8 – 15 July Elmer’s Big Parade For 10 weeks in the summer of 2019, a parade of 40 fabulously colourful and unique elephants will take you on a trail around the beautiful city of Plymouth and surrounding areas.

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From the hustle and bustle of the city streets to the peace and grandeur of the Hoe, and from the green spaces of Plymouth to the spectacular coastline; Elmer’s Big Parade will navigate you around Britain’s Ocean City and across the river to Mount Edgcumbe. 8 – 20 July Kinky Boots Theatre Royal Winner of every major Best Musical award, including the 2016 Olivier Award for Best New Musical, ‘London’s hottest musical’ (Smooth Radio) Kinky Boots comes to Theatre Royal Plymouth this Summer! Times and prices vary, please see website for details. 12 July The Beach Boyz Tribute Show The Plymouth Athenaeum Let us take you on a journey of time and space, back to the 1960s and across to the sunny shores of the Golden state of California where the surf sound was conceived.Whether you are coming back to see them again or coming for the first time, the show is exhilarating as ever, filling the auditorium with glorious, rich vocal harmony, the five all singing, all playing boys that are Beach Boyz Tribute Band continue to amaze, astound and defy belief in their recreation of America's biggest and longest selling pop rock band The Beach Boys®. Time: 8pm Prices vary, see website for details

12 July Tony Laws – Identifies Calstock Arts Tony Law has identified a problem. He's been kicked out of all the tribes and dumped with the white men. You've forced his hand people, he's on that team now and they play to win. Does identity always equal tribalism or is it the glue that binds people together? Many questions, answered in many voices. See website for time and prices 13 July Proms 2019: Mount Edgcumbe Country Park Join us on the 13th July at Mount Edgcumbe Country Park for our 2019 Proms. With The South West Philharmonia & Chorus, conducted by Marcus Alleyne, plus special guest artists from across the UK it's set to be a flag waving, sing along, feel good extravaganza you won't want to miss. See website for times and prices 16 – 20 July The Hunchback of Notre Dame Theatre Royal Victor Hugo, author of Les Misérables, also wrote this classic tale of Quasimodo – bell ringer of Notre Dame – and his doomed love for Esmeralda. It inspired a Walt Disney animation and many other well-known adaptations.Now, a brand new theatrical experience brings the romance, passion, bitter jealousy and murderous subterfuge of the original novel vividly to life. Ring out the bells- this summer Western College Players will be celebrating

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their 90th year with their most hilarious, exciting and heartbreakingly moving theatrical event to date. Times and prices vary, please see website for details. 19 – 20 July NXT UK Plymouth Pavilions NXT UK will return to Plymouth with two nights of tapings at the Plymouth Pavilions. See United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne, NXT UK Women’s Champion Toni Storm, NXT UK Tag Team Champion’s The Grizzled Young Veterans, Moustache Mountain’s Tyler Bate and Trent Seven, WALTER, Jinny, Gallus, Jordan Devlin, Rhea Ripley, Travis Banks and many more. Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, see website for details 19 July Matt Price presents 'Made In Cornwall' Barbican Theatre Cornish comedian Matt Price spins a great yarn and is known for his friendly banter. This show is a celebration of being from the West Country. Come and hear jokes and funny stories about everything from why his Dad was arrested at the age of 70 having never been in any trouble with the police before, to bad performance poetry, to a ridiculous story about a cruise ship. Time: 8pm Prices: £ 10.00 20 – 21 July Midnight Walk

Get ready to shine bright, ladies – St Luke's Midnight Walk is back for 2019 with a retro 80s theme! Sponsored by Nash & Co Solicitors, the charity walk across the city of Plymouth on Saturday 20 July is set to be a night-time 80s spectacular! See website for details. 23 July – 3 Aug Calendar Girls: The Musical Theatre Royal Calendar Girls – The Musical by Gary Barlow and Tim Firth is the award-winning production based on the true story of the calendar girls – a group of ordinary ladies who achieved something extraordinary. This marvellous musical comedy which received fantastic five-star reviews in London’s West End now comes to Theatre Royal Plymouth, starring Sarah Jane Buckley, Sue Devaney, Julia Hills, Judy Holt, Lesley Joseph, Lisa Maxwell and Rebecca Storm. Times and prices vary, please see website for details. 24 July A Midsummer Night's Dream at Pentillie Castle Pentille Castle Make the most of your summer evening by joining us on The Old Tennis Lawn at Pentillie Castle to enjoy an open-air performance of one of Shakespeare's most popular and best-loved comedies, A Midsummer Night's Dream. A play of magical and enchanting comedy, performed by all male Equity Theatre company, The Lord Chamberlain's Men. Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, see website for details

25 July Mayflower 400 Town Crier Competition Plymouth Guildhall We would like to choosePlymouth's Town Crier for Mayflower 400. Applications are invited from anyone who is over 18 years old and living in the Plymouth area. A competition will be held in the Guildhall during the evening of Thursday 25 July 2019. 27 July Rave Kidz UK Woolwell Center Rave-Kidz is a fun Family Rave Event for the whole family. Playing the finest in uplifting Dance music for all ages to hit the dance floor and throw shapes together. Embracing that energy, togetherness, and fun that we all experienced when going out raving. As well as a fantastic soundtrack of the biggest & best Dance & Rave music there will be tons for everyone to do. Time: 12 – 3pm Prices: £ 7.00 onwards 30 July – 23 Aug Summer Family Workshop 2019 Theatre Royal Come to the Theatre Royal Plymouth and join us for a range of fun-filled summer workshops. The sessions will involve storytelling, games and crafts! Join in the summer fun with us here at the Theatre Royal Plymouth. See website for more details 31 July – 17 Aug Le Navet Bete's The Three Musketeers The Plymouth Athenaeum From Le Navet Bete, Exeter Northcott

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Theatre associates and award-winning creators of smash-hit show Dracula: The Bloody Truth, comes a hilarious new comedy adventure that will have you rolling with laughter from here to the French countryside.

yachts are expected to arrive in Plymouth in the early hours of Monday 5 August. See more details of this years race on pages 14 and 15. See website for approximate times.

Armed only with a baguette and his questionable steed, join hot-headed D'Artagnan as he travels to Paris full of childish excitement and misplaced bravado to become a Musketeer. Will things go to plan? It's unlikely. With four actors and over 30 characters this will be their most hilariously chaotic adventure yet! Times and prices vary, see website for details.

9 - 11 Aug Ocean City Blues N Jazz Festival The Ocean City Blues N Jazz Festival returns for a third year to The Barbican, 9 to 11 August 2019. The Parade will be full of sounds of blues and jazz over the three days. The event is free to attend - come along, enjoy a drink and a bite to eat while listening to the music.

2 – 5 Aug LauFest Langdon Barton Farm "The best little festival in the Westcountry!" Great bands, awesome vibes, lip-smacking grub and the most heart-filled festival you could imagine. All in aid of the charity CoppaFeel. See website for more details. 6 – 17 Aug Motown The Musical Theatre Royal The sensational hit West End musical is bringing its unique sound to Plymouth and is guaranteed to have you dancing in the street.

10 Aug Plymouth Pride Plymouth Pride returns to Plymouth Hoe. The Parade will depart from the city centre at 11am and the main event will kick off on the Hoe at midday. In the two weeks leading up to the main day there will be a series of events and exhibitions at the Royal William Yard celebrating LGBTQ+ history and talent. See website for more details.

Featuring over 50 classic hits including My Girl, What’s Going On, and I Heard It Through The Grapevine, this is an experience you’ll never forget. Times and prices vary, see website for details

12 – 16 Aug Musical Theatre Academy Theatre Royal Explore a range of musicals while learning essential vocal and acting techniques. Experience putting movement to song, before performing to an invited audience at the end of the intensive week.

6 - 8 Aug Rolex Fastnet Race The historic Rolex Fastnet Race will once again finish in Plymouth this summer. Yachts come from all over the world to compete in the race which starts on Saturday 3 August 2019 in Cowes on the Isle of Wight. The first

All abilities welcome and no experience necessary. Participants should be able to attend all five days. There will be a showback on the Friday at 3.30pm for friends and family. Times: 10am – 4pm For: 11 – 16 year olds Price: £120 for the week

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14 – 15 Aug British Fireworks Championships Plymouth Hoe The world famous British Firework Championships is set to return to Plymouth's Waterfront. Enjoy spectacular pyrotechnics that will illuminate Plymouth Sound as six top firework companies battle it out over two nights, each putting on an awe-inspiring ten minute display in an attempt to be crowned the winner. Time: 2.30pm onwards Fireworks at 9.30pm 17 - 18 Aug Ocean City Motorcycle Festival oceancitymotorcyclefestival Ocean City Motorcycle Festival are pleased to announce a NEW motorcycle weekend event in support of Devon Air Ambulance Trust and the Cornwall Air Ambulance. Incorporating a motorcycle show the Ocean City Bike Show on Saturday 17th August and The MegaRide (starting at Lee Mill at 10am as normal on Sunday 18th August 2019 departing approx 12pm). Please see website for times and prices. 21 – 31 Aug The Bodyguard Theatre Royal The international, award-winning smash-hit musical based on the blockbuster film, The Bodyguard is back! Following her triumphant West End run and sell-out UK Tour, ALEXANDRA BURKE returns to the role of Rachel Marron in Plymouth. Former Secret Service agent turned bodyguard, Frank Farmer, is hired to protect superstar Rachel Marron from an unknown stalker. Each expects to be in charge – what they don’t expect is to fall in love. Times and prices vary, see website for details


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From Plymouth to L.A. Last week, a US online bidder saw off competition from an army of Rolex collectors and one determined room bidder at Plymouth Auction Rooms. Two weeks before the sale, a local family brought along two watches for valuer Paul Keen to appraise. They were both purchased in Plymouth in 1965 and 1966 and had been with the same owner ever since. The first was a Rolex Submariner model 5513 that had been well-kept although the box was long gone. This was duly consigned to auction with a guide of £6,000 to £8,000. However, such was the interest on the watch that the bids opened at £11,600 with a young gentleman in the room taking on the might of the bidder from the states. The hammer came down at £15000 so the buyer had to pay an impressive £18000 with auction fees.

Delicious food, live music and sizzling entertainment at this years PenGrillie BBQ Festival Cornwall’s leading barbecue festival, PenGrillie, is set to return on Sunday 4th August 2019 for another family day of delicious food, live music and sizzling entertainment in the grounds of the breathtakingly beautiful Pentillie Castle and Estate, near St Mellion, Cornwall. PenGrillie’s renowned BBQ Competition will see 12 amateur and professional teams battle it out over four classes to see who will be crowned the PenGrillie Grand Champion of 2019 with a top line-up of judges to smoke out the winners! To spice things up, the Chilli class will be a ‘People’s Choice’ vote, in aid of Children’s Hospice South West with tasting and voting spoons available for £5.

The other watch was a 34mm diameter Rolex Explorer model 5500, which was only expected to sell for £3,000 - 4,000, however this time a UK telephone bidder out bid the competition at an impressive £7,100 ( £8,500 with fees). The owners were ‘absolutely delighted!’. If you are considering selling your watch get in contact with the auctioneers for a free valuation call 01752 254740 or go online:

Rocking the event will be big band favourite, The Sound, who will power out some great music. More entertainment can be found on the demonstration stand showcasing a variety of cooking methods by special guests. A delicious array of food including vegetarian and vegan, cooked over fire will be available to enjoy and washed down with a pint of Betty Stogs from our sponsored Skinners Bar! There will be plenty for the family to enjoy, with archery and air rifle activities, a designated kids’ corner, Chilli Wing Eating Competition, circus workshops and stilt walkers. PenGrillie was founded by BBQ enthusiast, Marc Megilley whose team won ‘Best Lamb’ class in 2013 at Grillstock.

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"PenGrillie has become an absolute Summer must-do for barbecue heads and families alike - it’s brilliant fun,” says Marc. "This year we plan to make it even better than before - with loads of great grub for all the family, and a chance for like-minded people to come together to share BBQ knowledge and learn some fun foodie facts. A real celebration of local food and drink.”

There will be plenty for the family to enjoy, with archery and air rifle activities, a designated kids’ corner, Chilli Wing Eating Competition, circus workshops and stilt walkers. Pentillie Castle, an award-winning B&B, wedding and events venue, on the banks of the River Tamar, has already made a name for itself on the foodie map, appearing as the Penrose Hotel in Sky One’s Delicious, staring Dawn French. More information and tickets available at Adult: £10, Child: £5, Family: £25, Under 2’s: Free. Dogs on leads welcome.

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Rolex Fastnet Race returns to Plymouth The historic Rolex Fastnet Race will once again finish in Plymouth this summer. Plymouth has marked the end of the biennial yacht race since its inception in 1925. Yachts come from all over the world to compete in the race, which will start on Saturday 3 August 2019 in Cowes on the Isle of Wight. Competitors cover a course of 608 nautical miles, rounding the Fastnet Rock off the southwest coast of Ireland before returning via the Isles of Scilly to finish in Plymouth. The race has a huge global following and has seen continued growth over recent years, with more than 400 boats participating this year.

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The Plymouth race village will be located at Plymouth Yacht Haven, Mount Batten and the first boats are expected arrive back in the city either in the afternoon of Sunday 4 August or the early hours of Monday 5 August. The race village will be open to the public from Tuesday 6 to Thursday 8 August, with plenty of family friendly activities, live music and the chance to wander the docks, seeing the boats and meeting the sailors who have completed this impressive challenge. There’s lots for children to enjoy with face painting and circus skills workshops run by the team at Higher Beings. Test your balance

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on the tightrope, ride a crazy clown tricycle, try out the aerial hoop or learn to juggle and spin diabolos!

Families can also get out on the water with free standup paddleboarding sessions for over 11s, run by the Mount Batten Watersports team in the race village. Families can also get out on the water with free stand-up paddleboarding sessions for over 11s, run by the Mount Batten Watersports team in the race village. Learn a new skill and then paddle around the recreation of the Fastnet Rock! There’s no experience needed, so complete beginners are welcome, and you can simply turn up on the day to give it a go with no pre-booking required. Tuck into some delicious food and grab a drink from the Fastnet Crew Bar, then relax and enjoy the packed programme of live music. A range of musical styles will be on offer throughout the three days, from folk and blues to rock ‘n’ roll and soul. Live music will be on until 11pm on Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 August, and 5pm on Thursday 8 August.

While you’re there, make sure you take a stroll along the docks for a closer look at the race boats and chat to the competitors to learn all about their amazing experiences. You can also tune into Fastnet Radio in Plymouth throughout the duration of the race – you’ll find it on 87.9FM and can enjoy interviews with sailors and all the latest updates. There’s Plymouth teams taking part, so you’ll hear from them, and you can keep track of who’s winning too!

How to get there

Plymouth Yacht Haven is located on the Mount Batten Peninsula and it’s easy to get there by car, bus or ferry. There’s parking available along Lawrence Road and in the public car park near the Mount Batten ferry, or hop on the Stagecoach number 2 bus from Plymouth city centre. Alternatively, travel by water! There are free return Mount Batten ferry tickets available for anyone visiting the Fastnet race village. To collect yours, simply pop into the Tourist Information Centre on the Barbican. Running from 7.30am to 11pm every weekday with two return journeys per hour, it’s one of the easiest ways to get there. For more information, see

Other unmissable summer events in Plymouth

Plymouth Summer of Fun 6 July to 31 August (every Saturday) City centre

Head to the city centre to enjoy a Summer of Fun, run by Plymouth City Centre Company.

Ocean City Blues n Jazz Festival The Barbican 9 to 11 August

Listen to the sweet sounds of summer at the free Ocean City Blues n Jazz Festival, which will round off a week of celebration in Plymouth following the Rolex Fastnet Race. Enjoy the very best blues, jazz and acoustic musicians from across the region, performing on the stage on the Parade. Relax with a drink from one of the many nearby bars and pubs, or put on your dancing shoes and party the night away.

There will be a huge variety of entertainers, workshops and performers appearing on the streets of Plymouth every Saturday, all for families to enjoy for free. The fun begins with Plymouth Summer Circus on 6 July and finishes with the West End Carnival and 60th anniversary of Plymouth Market on 31 August.

Plymouth Seafood Festival The Barbican and Sutton Harbour 14 to 15 September

British Firework Championships Plymouth Hoe 14 to 15 August

The world famous British Firework Championships will return this August, offering two nights of spectacular pyrotechnics that will illuminate Plymouth Sound. Six top firework companies will battle it out over two nights, each putting on an awe-inspiring ten minute display.

As the home of the country’s second largest fish market and the first city in the world to be awarded the Fish2Fork Blue City status for commitment to sourcing sustainable fish, Plymouth is well placed to show-off its seafood pedigree! Be inspired by the chefs in the Cookery Theatre and enjoy entertainment, demonstrations and food stalls galore. To find out more about all of these events, head to

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The critically acclaimed and award-winning production Calendar Girls The Musical comes to Theatre Royal Plymouth from Tuesday 23 July – Saturday 3 August. Calendar Girls The Musical is inspired by the true story of a group of ladies, who decide to appear nude for a Women’s Institute calendar in order to raise funds to buy a settee for their local hospital, in memory of one of their husbands, and have to date raised almost £5million for Bloodwise. This musical comedy shows life in their Yorkshire village, how it happened, the effect on husbands, sons and daughters, and how a group of ordinary ladies achieved something extraordinary.


ary Barlow and Tim Firth talk about collaborating, what gives their Calendar Girls such universal appeal and why naked badminton is a no-no … It is the story that keeps on giving. From staging a nude calendar to raising funds for their local hospital, the ladies of a Yorkshire branch of the Women’s Institute became international superstars. Twenty years ago Tim Firth told their story in his hit screenplay. Still people couldn’t get enough of this innately British tale, so Firth penned the equally acclaimed stage play. More recently, collaborating with old school friend Gary Barlow, the musical incarnation launched, with many calling it the best adaptation yet. Consistently selling out after more than a year on the road, this funny, profoundly moving and life-affirming tale continues to resonate. Did Tim ever dream that the story would have such staying power when he sat down to write the film two decades ago? “I wrote the first scene on the morning of 9/11, so I can always place the date I began,” he says quietly. “I went down to London to write. I put the telly on at about quarter to one, and then of course I never turned it off again. But by then I had written the first scene of the film.

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“Like all things that you don’t plan it had its own plan. What was hidden in the story of this calendar was something far greater; its most core constituent is the combatting of grief through comedy and that never goes away. That is why it has had the longevity that it has. The story applies to many more counties than Yorkshire and many more people than just the WI. It has a far wider canvas than just those coping with an illness. t is universal and that is the whole point of it; the pain of loss being defeated with wit.”

“The bravery of these women in the face of adversity is at the heart of it all. That’s the charm and it’s what people relate to.” Growing up in the same Cheshire village, Gary and Tim have been buddies since childhood. While Gary has written and cowritten 14 number one singles, selling over 50 million records worldwide and notching up no less than six Ivor Novello Awards, Tim has won the Olivier Award and UK Theatre Award for Best New Musical and also the British Comedy Awards Best Comedy Film for Calendar Girls. Having already seen his mate’s film and stage play versions of Calendar Girls, by the time Gary came on board to compose the score for the musical he had already subconsciously started the soundtrack in his head. “I heard it straight away,” he admits. When we started working Tim would give me a couple of pages of lyrics and then I’d come back with mini albums of songs. He would then, very cleverly, take a verse from one song and put it with the chorus of another. I’d get them back as structures and then maybe write new pieces. He gave me the freedom to be me,” explains Gary, who still marvels at the courage of the original pin- up girls of the title.

“The bravery of these women in the face of adversity is at the heart of it all. That’s the charm and it’s what people relate to.” And with each new cast member who joins their happy band, Gary admits to being delighted by the quality of the talent. “David and Dafydd [producers David Pugh & Dafydd Rogers] put amazing casts together,” he tells me. “The difference with Calendar Girls is that we now have people coming back from the play into the musical but playing different parts,” adds Tim. “There is no other show where that can happen to the same degree. For instance, Lesley [Birds of a Feather’s Lesley Joseph] was in the play as Chris. She’s back in the musical playing Jessie this time.” With busy careers and several projects on the go at any given time, both chaps still make time to catch up with the production on tour. “We have been keeping an eye on The Band [the Take That musical the pair worked on with the rest of the Take That boys] at the same time over the past year, so time has been slightly split. But we keep in contact with the cast and we’ll definitely be going to see the new WI!” vows Tim, as Gary echoes his agreement. Having seen the production with at least two different casts I observe that one thing that never changes is the audience reaction at the curtain call, which always includes thunderous applause and is rarely anything but a standing affair. “They are certainly always in the same place at the end of it,” Tim concedes “That phenomenal response has always been consistent.” The calendar itself comprised a genius set of photographs of ladies of the WI doing very traditional WI activities such as jam making, knitting and playing the piano. While Gary wanders off in search of a cup of tea, I ask

the girls! Tim how he might pose for such a calendar – what passions does he have that could be translated into ‘Mr July’ type of posed shot? “I’d have to hide behind a laptop,” he laughs. “Apart from writing and music the only other things I do regularly are running and badminton. Neither lends itself to nudity,” he tells me firmly, batting aside my accusation that he’s a spoilsport. Steering the conversation back on to less blush-inducing territory, Tim pays tribute to Gary’s music, which he credits with accelerating and developing the story. “The songs are seamless; they lift you up like a magic carpet,” he says, adding that working with his old pal means that there is little slog involved. “It feels effortless, but then we have the same work ethic and we’re from the same stock.” Returning from chatting with the cast, Gary plonks himself back down on the sofa. “I am really looking forward to taking Calendar Girls back on the road and to new audiences. I think it’s going to be amazing” he says, his smile as wide as the Yorkshire Dales.


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I doubt he’s wrong. In fact, if he is then I’ll eat my hat. Or to quote one of Tim’s famous lines: “I’ll run round Skipton market naked, smeared in plum jam, wearing nothing but a knitted tea cosy on me head and singing Jerusalem.” Calendar Girls The Musical comes to Theatre Royal Plymouth from Tuesday 23 July - Sunday 3 August. Tickets are priced from £16 and can be booked online at or by calling the Theatre Royal Plymouth Box Office on 01752 267222. © Vicky Edwards

Tim Firth, Gary Barlow and the cast of Calendar Girls The Musical

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ALL FOR ONE AND ONE FOR ALL Le Navet Bete are back at The Plymouth Athenaeum with a brand new comedy! Barbican Theatre bring Le Navet Bete’s brand new comedy adventure, The Three Musketeers, to The Plymouth Athenaeum this summer. Join Devon's funniest foursome as they bring their inimitable and (of course) bonkers tour to Plymouth. With just four actors, over 40 characters and more than 100 costume changes this will be their most hilariously chaotic adventure yet! Expect plenty of heroics, romance, tests of friendship and defeating the baddies. And some BMX bikes and fizzy pop. Naturally. The Three Musketeers is produced by the award-winning creators of smash-hit show Dracula: The Bloody Truth and directed by comedy legend John Nicholson (who also directed our recent smash-hit Christmas productions of Aladdin and A Christmas Carol) The critics reviews of The Three Musketeers are already in and glowing (as usual!)

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"One of the best you’ll ever see"’ (Radio Exe) "A delightful sense of camaraderie" (The Guardian) Tickets: £17 concessions (under 16s, over 60s, disabled, students) £19 full £68 2 full + 2 under 16s

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Time for some more good vibrations! Ticket prices are inclusive of all booking fees and charges - don’t forget All seats cost the same wherever you sit All dates cost the same whichever you book You can buy concession tickets for any performances The show runs at The Plymouth Athenaeum from 31 July - 17 August at 2:30pm & 7:30pm. Age guidance 7+ Book at the-three-musketeers/

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Saturday 12 July 8pm Due to popular demand we're excited to welcome The Beach Boyz Tribute Band back to The Plymouth Athenaeum (Saturday 12 July 8pm) following their fantastic performance in July 2018. Let them take you on a journey of time and space, back to the 1960s and across to the sunny shores of California where the surf sound was conceived. The show is exhilarating filling the auditorium with glorious, rich vocal harmony, the five all singing, all playing boys that are Beach Boyz Tribute Band continue to amaze, astound and defy belief in their recreation of America’s biggest and longest selling pop rock band The Beach Boys®. Hear all the tracks you know and love including Surfin’ USA, God Only Knows, Good Vibrations, I Get Around, Fun Fun Fun, California Girls and more performed 100% live. Tickets £20 inclusive of all booking fees and charges. Book at



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The Gallery Restaurant at Boringdon Hall Intimate, Memorable & Utterly Divine Dining. Boringdon Hall’s award-winning restaurant is one of the most original places to eat in Devon. Head Chef – Scott Paton


Boringdon Hall, Plymouth, Devon, PL7 4DP / 01752 344455 / @boringdonhall

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Antoine Beauvillers

A brief history of fine dining The first recognised restaurant can be traced back to the 18th Century and the French Revolution. In 1765, A. Boulanger, a soup vendor, hung a sign over his business, which offered a choice of soups and broths for health. The name of his shop was 'restorative' or restaurant. In 1782, the first luxury restaurant, 'La Grande Taverne de Loudres', opened its doors in Paris. Owned by Antoine Beauvillers , this innovative restauranteur combined for essential principles - superior cooking - an elegant room - smart waiters and a cellar of wine. Beauvillers is also credited in introducing the first Maitre'ds, offering advice on certain dishes as well as giving diners suggestions on the perfect wine combinations. As the Revolution gripped France during the late 18th century, the falling of the aristocracy - who would generally dine in the privacy of their estates, employing some of the best chefs in the country - meant that many chefs and cooks were unemployed. Those that escaped the guillotine, either started their own restaurants or started working for restaurants. In 1804, only a few short decades after the disruption, Paris itself had 500 restaurants. Although the middle classes, and the falling aristocracy, could no longer afford their own chef and waiting staff, they still pined for the dining experience that they had been used to. Some clever entrepreneurs set up some Fine Dining restaurants to allow this emerging class to fulfill their fantasies. Offering the four principles that Antoine Beauvillers had established 30 years earlier, these aristocratic wanabees were able to dine like royalty - as frequently as their finances would permit. As these restaurants became more popular, chefs became household names and their popularity grew. Restaurants were able to impove the dining experience by bringing in fine china and cutlery, and tablecloths - offering reservations. All these aspects are now synonymous with modern day fine dining.

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Moorland Garden Hotel

The Perfect Summer Dining Experience Summer in Devon is beautiful. By the sea or out on the moors there is so much to see and do in this great County. With warm breezes sighing through the meadow grasses and dappled light falling through the trees, the Moorland Garden Hotel offers that breathing space that is so special. If you are looking for a lunch, cream tea, afternoon tea or dinner, and wish to while away a few hours in greenery, dining on the Hotel’s terrace or in the grounds could provide you with a little break from the routine. New this year, from June, the team at the Moorland Garden Hotel are introducing the ingenious concept of spirit paired dining. This is not something involving an Ouija board or an introduction to virtual dining… The clever team have paired an eclectic mix of spirits with some of their favourite dishes from the Restaurant’s dinner menu, some spirits are local, others are from a little further afield. The drinks can be purchased individually or as a ‘flight’ of five, to include a pre and post dinner cocktail, these five drinks are from £23 per person. The spirits will take you from Barbados to Devon via the US, Scotland, South Western France and Cornwall. This

is a great opportunity to try something a little different, and could be a great addition to one of their bedroom offer such as Sleepy Summer where you can happily spend the night at the Hotel.

The Hotel is always a great place for something new. Looking ahead to August the team is hosting Wed. Eat. Party. This novel idea sees a Wedding Fair combined with a Food Festival to provide something for everyone. A Groom who feels that there will not be anything of interest for him at a Wedding Fair will have no excuses with an array of food and drink stalls available plus music and even games to play. This event is free to enter with free car parking too. For more information about what this trend inspiring Hotel has to offer, call 01822 852245, head on over to their website or e-mail them on

The AA Rosette award-winning Wildflower Restaurant, at The Moorland Garden Hotel, offers diners a tranquil, relaxing dining experience with ever-changing views of the moorland garden and lawns. Serving traditional British cuisine, with a twist, and using locally sourced produce, the seasonal menu is complemented by a carefully selected wine list, that will suit all palates. As summer approaches, there is no finer place to sip a glass of wine on the terrace or dine al fresco.

The perfect summer dining experience

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Cooking up a treat at the Duke There’s food, and then there’s fine dining. And the dishes served at The Duke of Cornwall’s restaurant undoubtedly fall into the latter category. With a coveted Two AA Rosettes to its credit and an imaginative and creative kitchen, the iconic Plymouth hotel is home to some of the city’s most exciting culinary offerings. The Duke’s rise as a fine dining venue is due in no small part to its talented chefs. Its young team is led by passionate Head Chef Nicholas Reed. Nick is keen to source the finest ingredients and uses local suppliers where he can – in fact, his team often go out to meet producers across Devon and Cornwall. This is just one of the ways the Duke’s kitchen stays energised and finds inspiration to develop new dishes and experiment with innovative ideas. The result is an ever-changing menu fit to entice any self-professed foodie. Take for instance a recent dish of miso glazed aubergine with courgette and feta fritters, spring onion, tender stem broccoli, tomato and coriander. Or how about a starter of sweet cured herring with beetroot, horseradish, crème fraiche and toast. It’s exquisitely flavoured food, beautifully presented. And unlike some high-end cuisine, it doesn’t come at the price of a short holiday. Food like this deserves a beautiful setting. And at the Duke, you get just that. The restaurant is a unique circular room, with a high domed ceiling leading the eye up to an attention-grabbing chandelier. Elegant

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stone pillars and stylish vintage wallpaper are striking reminders of the building’s grand Victorian heritage. Luxury surroundings, friendly and attentive service, and exceptional food combine to make eating at the Duke a truly special occasion. So treat yourself to fine dining right here in the heart of Plymouth. For a more informal experience, we invite guests to use our Lounge Bar. This welcoming space is a great spot to enjoy

a light meal or a drink with friends in a conveniently central Plymouth location. Choose from our delicious range of lunch items and your favourite tipple from our wellstocked bar. With its classic wood panelled walls and chesterfield sofas, our lounge combines classic style with relaxed comfort. And in winter, our open fire offers cosiness and warmth when you come in from the cold. Whether you come to eat with friends, catch up over a drink or meet with business colleagues, our lounge the perfect place to do it. Find out more about The Duke of Cornwall’s dining options at dining-bars. To book a table, call 01752 275850.


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With two AA rosettes, the Duke’s restaurant is one of the places to dine in the city. Savour classic dishes with an adventurous twist, beautifully presented by our talented chefs, in an impressive chandelier-adorned restaurant. For a more informal dining experience, our stylish lounge is the ideal choice. Here, you can enjoy a light lunch or meet for a drink with friends before a night out in Plymouth.

Spend an enchanting afternoon in the Duke’s iconic tower for Tea at the Top. This luxury treat gives two people access to the hotel’s exclusive tower suite, with sensational 360-degree views over the sea, Dartmoor and the bustle of Britain’s Ocean City. Champagne is served by your own private butler, along with a classic afternoon tea that includes delicious sandwiches, scones, cakes and pastries. Tea at the Top costs £90.00 for two people and must be booked in advance on a Wednesday or Sunday from March to September. Availability is limited so early booking is essential.

What better way to spend an evening than watching a fabulous show at Plymouth Pavilions with great company. To really make this a night out to remember, head to the Duke first for a delicious two-course meal in our stunning restaurant for just £15.95 per person, before taking a leisurely stroll just over the road to the Pavilions. Tables are bookable between 5.00pm and 7.00pm, giving you plenty of time to enjoy your meal before the show starts at 7.30pm.

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LAUNCHES A TASTING MENU TO REMEMBER Boringdon Hall Hotel is delighted to announce the launch of its Design Your Own Tasting Menu package. In collaboration with Head Chef Scott Paton, guests at the 5-star country house hotel in Plymouth will have the opportunity to transform their special memories or favourite foods into a bespoke culinary experience. Perfect for celebrating the most special of occasions and commemorating past experiences, Scott invites guests to simply share a taste of nostalgia and in turn he will craft a unique and entirely inspired tasting menu to suit, served in the intimate surrounds of The Gallery dining room. Scott Paton says, ‘We had guests celebrating their 10th wedding anniversary with us and they asked me to incorporate their wedding dessert of lemon meringue pie into their tasting menu; using my imagination and creativity to make it just as memorable as the first time they shared it; on their first date 16 years ago. The result - a glazed lemon mousse, zingy sorbet, creamy lemon posset to be made to look like a tiny lemon, topped with toasted meringue for softness, dried meringue for crunch, and yuzu marshmallow for intrigue. The dish was officially born, and a memory recreated.’ The luxury experience includes the creation of bespoke five course tasting menu with matched wines, an overnight stay in one of the hotel’s luxury suites, welcome gift upon arrive and a 60-minute treatment per person at the hotel’s luxury Gaia Spa. With 42 rooms and suites, two restaurants, fire-lit lounges, enchanting nooks and manicured grounds, the hotel makes for the perfect romantic retreat. With a flair for creativity and vision, Scott’s dishes always tell a story, and this latest offering adds an extra touch of magic to the Boringdon Hall experience. Pricing for the Design Your Own Tasting Menu package is from £975 per couple. Nightly room rates at Boringdon Hall Hotel and Spa start at £156 in low season, and up to £196 in high season. Based on B&B in a Courtyard Room. @boringdonhall

It's a family affair at Fletcher's Restaurant Fletcher’s restaurant is the vision and ultimate dream come true of a very young chef. Fletcher has worked hard, continuously learning, designing and creating food and menus to tempt, enjoy and please - hoping his food is one to remember. Fletcher is driven and loves his job, hoping it shows in all that he does. Owning a business and restaurant is his and his partner, Jessica’s biggest test and achievement so far. It is definitely a work in progress. Fletcher aims to build on his experiences, respond to customer requests and feedback, and challenge himself, his skills and his tastebuds to produce new dishes, which will gain him and Fletcher’s Restaurant, the reward and reputation they are determined to achieve.

As head chef, Fletcher has the freedom to cook with fresh, local and specialist suppliers, creating dishes he wants to create. As head chef, Fletcher has the freedom to cook with fresh, local and specialist suppliers, creating dishes he wants to create. The pace in the kitchen is fast, sometimes furious but there is somehow a sense of organised calm which he hopes is passed on in the service and atmosphere of the restaurant. His partner, Jessica works alongside Fletcher as Front of House Manager - ensuring that each service is smooth and the customers have the best, most memorable experience with a relaxing ambiance when dining at Fletcher’s Restaurant. It is a real family affair, with Fletcher’s siblings and family, Christian, Tolon and George working Front of House. Fletcher’s parents, Martin and Joy help in any way they can - especially in foraging for the most freshest, local produce they can find in Devon. Most recently, they have foraged Elderflower - which has made an appearance on the menu as a Lemon and Elderflower Tart. With the restaurant being run and supported by family, it is evident that their love and passion is brought in everything that they do at Fletcher’s Restaurant. For reservations, please contact us on 01752 201523 or, email

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Fletcher's Restaurant RELAXED FINE DINING

Tuesday Deal - 2 for £14.00 on our Beer Battered Fish and Triple Cooked Chips with sides (available Tuesdays only from 12:00 - 14:30 and 17:30 - 18:30)

Pre - Theatre Set Menu 2 Courses for £18.00 or 3 Courses for £22.00 available from 17:30 - 18:30 Opening hours Tuesday – Saturday: 12:00 – 14:30 and 17:30 – 21:00 Closed Sunday and Monday For reservations, please contact us on 01752 201523 or, email

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the best of the rest.... The Greedy Goose

Prysten House, Finewell St, Plymouth PL1 2AE 01752 252001

The Greedy Goose opened in November 2014 and is the first venture for Francesca & Ben Palmer. Francesca will be there to welcome you at the front of house with her team of friendly staff, while Ben and his brigade of chefs look after the kitchen, preparing modern, modest and flavoursome dishes. Ben brings years of experience and awards to his kitchen and he specialises in using local, seasonal produce to create memorable flavours. Ben has worked with some of Britain’s most respected chefs, who have all played an important part in his career and achievements. He was also a quarter finalist on MasterChef: The Professionals, in 2011. With it’s very own fine water well, a private first floor dining room, and a stunning courtyard, it’s a great spot for you to really be able to make the most of what they have to offer.

LAngdon Court

Adam's Ln, Down Thomas, Plymouth PL9 0DY 01752 862358

With a focus on innovative flavours and a commitment to local produce, it’s no surprise that Langdon Court is one of the finest restaurants near Plymouth. Striving to blend tradition with modernity, we are one of the only restaurants in Plymouth that can boast private dining rooms that have all the grandeur one would expect from a Jacobean Manor House, but with cooking techniques that are cutting edge. With awards for excellence from Visit Britain, Condé Nast Johansens and 2 AA rosettes, our menu celebrates the best that South Hams has to offer. We can promise you’ll leave Langdon Court with memories that will far outlast the meal itself.

Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill Plymouth This restaurant is a destination with a difference! Taking a prestigious space on the penthouse floor of the Crowne Plaza hotel in Plymouth, the restaurant has breath taking sea views over the Hoe, Plymouth Sound and in to Cornwall and beyond. Marco's Steakhouse is a contemporary and glamorous restaurant where you feel welcome and relaxed and you can enjoy a great new menu from July with amazing steaks and fantastic dishes or simply enjoy its amazing Afternoon Tea along with superb service all in a spectacular setting. It's what Marco calls 'affordable glamour'. This Summer will not only see a new menu launch but will also see the unveiling of Marco’s ‘White Weddings’ where you can hire the restaurant for exclusive use taking up to a maximum of 70 guests for a wedding breakfast with the best views in Plymouth!

The bar, restaurant, and High Tea can all be enjoyed by nonresidential guests but due to popular demand we do advise that you book ahead of your visit. Gift vouchers are also available and make the perfect treat for any self-confessed foodie. The Brasserie Bar is ideal for those looking to sample the kitchen’s cuisine, but who are perhaps seeking a more informal dining experience. The knowledgeable bar staff can provide you with a refreshing cocktail of your choice, to be savoured in the late afternoon sun.

Kitley House Hotel

Kitley Estate, Plymouth PL8 2NW 01752 881555

The restaurant has established a reputation for the creative use of local South Devon and regional produce, served in a friendly atmosphere in the historic surroundings of Kitley House. Cream teas are available from 12pm – 6pm Monday- Saturday, 3pm – 6pm on Sundays.The range of South Devon Cream Teas include the Kitley Afternoon Tea. They can be enjoyed in the restaurant, or, if the weather is good, on the terrace with views of the estate. The a la carte menu is only available on Fridays from 12pm – 3pm with a wide range of choices, using fresh local ingredients. Kitley House has set out to create a range of menus to suit all palates. The creative menu features local produce presented imaginatively and compliments the creative side with some of the old favourites. We also have a specials menu incorporating the fresh produce of the season. The main menu is available from 6.30pm – 9pm. Enjoy our popular Sunday Lunch whilst listening to the relaxing music from our resident pianist. Our Sunday Lunch menu is served from 12pm-9pm, pianist from 1pm – 3pm. Three courses for £22.95 or two courses £17.95 including tea and coffee. Children aged between 5 and 12 are half price. Kitley House Restaurant has a range of Private Dining Suites available for special occasions.

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Not to forget Marco Pierre White’s also offer a private dining suite for up to 40 guests, whether this be for a celebration or a corporate event. The restaurant also has a range of festive events available ranging from intimate lunches to a New Years Eve night to remember. Enquire now at to download the brochure. For more information contact the restaurant direct on 01752 639937, visit the website: or email


OUR DELICIOUS FOOD AND CO C K TA I L S P R OV I D E T H E PERFECT BACKDROP TO SUMMER N E W M E N U AVAI L AB LE F RO M J U LY 2 01 9 CO NTAC T U S O N 01752 639 937 Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill, Armada Way, Plymouth, PL1 2HJ /MPWPlymouth



Summer dishes

Marco Pierre White's

Fillet steak a la Forestiere Single serving


6oz fillet steak Steak seasoning Leaf spinach – wilted (100gm) Woodland mushrooms – cooked (50gm) Vegetable oil (10ml) Salt Maldon (1gm) Pepper (1gm) Butter (10gm) Triple cooked chips (200gm) Steak glaze (5ml) Olive oil, le blanc (8ml) Sourdough croute (25 gm) Balsamic vinegar (3ml)


Brush the steak with oil, season and cook on the grill. Brush steak with glaze once cooked to the required temperature. Cook the spinach and grill mushrooms. Toast sourdough, place the steak on top of the sourdough croute. Place the spinach and mushrooms on the plate and drizzle the olive oil le blanc and balsamic vinegar. Cook chunky fries in clean vegetable oil and serve.

Pierre Koffmann's

Gazpacho Andalou


2 slices of thick white bread 1 Kg of Piccolo tomatoes Passata - 1 bottle 250g Cucumber 200g Red pepper 20g Garlic puree 25g Sherry vinegar 100g Olive oil 3g Salt 3g Pepper 3g Sugar - caster


Remove the crust off the bread Peel the cucumber and chop into pieces Cut the cherry tomatoes in half Dice the pepper and mix everything together Leave to marinate over night The next day pass blend slowly and season

Jake Westlake's Fletcher Andrews'

lemon and Elderflower Tart Ingredients:

Filling: 6 whole eggs 9 yolks 350g sugar 4 Lemons (Juice/Zest) 300g butter 3 gelatine leaves 300g freshly picked Elderflower For the Pastry: 120g icing 3 large egg yolks 300g plain flour 150g unsalted butter 1/2 tsp salt Seeds from 1/2 vanilla pod Zest of 1/2 lemon, finely grated


Put 6 eggs, 9 yolks, sugar, lemons (juice and zest) and Elderflower into a pan Soak gelatine Whisk the mix over a low heat Add butter to the mix once it begins to get warm Keep whisking until all the butter is melted and the mix slowly thickens Add bloomed gelatine to the mix, whisk until dissolved then pass through a sieve. Add your mix to the pastry and leave in the fridge to set Enjoy!

THE Moorland Garden Hotel Millionaire Mousse Makes 6 – 8 portions


Biscuit base 150g digestive biscuits (blitzed) 125g butter Salted caramel mousse 1 tin caramel condensed milk 125g butter 125g golden syrup 2 gelatine leaves 300g double cream Chocolate jelly 45g sugar 220ml water 30g cocoa powder 2 and a half gelatine leaves


Grease and line with parchment paper a springform cake tin. For the base: melt the butter for the biscuit base and add to the blitzed biscuits. Mix together and place in the lined tray. Leave to set. To make the mousse: In a bain marie melt the butter, golden syrup and caramel condensed milk together. Soak the gelatine separately and add to the mix when it has softened, then leave to cool. Once cool, whisk the double cream until it shows soft peaks then fold through the mixture and once mixed, add to the top of the biscuit base. For the jelly: soak the gelatine. In a pan, carefully bring the water and sugar to the boil, quickly add the cocoa powder and reduce to a simmer on low for 4-5 minutes until it shows a shine, keep a watchful eye or it can catch on the sides. Whisk in the gelatine and leave to go cold before placing it on top of the mousse. Leave to set together for a minimum of two hours.

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alfresco dining

Royal William Yard's Good Food Market

Alfresco heaven

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ith views overlooking the Tamar, Mayflower Marina and Narrows, Royal William Yard offers visitors everything from the money conscious to the environmentally conscious diner.

With its Grade I listed former Naval buildings, designed by Victorian architect Sir John Rennie and constructed between 1825 and 1831 and outstanding views over the water, Plymouth’s Royal William Yard is rapidly becoming the cities dining hotspot. Whether its Italian, French, Asian or South American cuisine you are looking for, Royal William Yard offers something for everyone. We take a look at a few of the establishments offering Alfresco dining throughout the Summer.

Wildwood Restaurant & Deli Tel: 01752 967444

Located in the Slaughterhouse building in the historic Plymouth Royal William Yard, Wildwood Restaurant and Deli serves up freshly prepared food cooked from the best ingredients in a warm rustic setting. The beautifully restored old Slaughterhouse is packed with character and has been sympathetically designed to create a venue which is perfect for any occasion. The aim of the restaurant is simple: to serve great food delivered by friendly staff in a relaxed, homely environment. Whether you choose from the grill section, stone-baked pizza or freshly prepared pastas, Wildwoods passion for high quality dishes is the main focus across all of their restaurants.

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The Wildwood Deli is the perfect accompaniment to the restaurant, selling freshly prepared salads and sandwiches to eat in or takeaway, ideal for those looking for a quick break from a spot of retail therapy or a work lunch. The deli also sells a range of interesting artisan products, including olives, truffle oil and luxury chocolates.The Royal William Yard restaurant also includes a courtyard garden and private room hire, perfect for the summer or any occasion.

Le Vignoble

Tel: 01752 222892

Le Vignoble is an independent wine lounge, merchant & education provider offering over 300 wines from all over the world. With 36 different wines available by the taster or glass at any time from the Enomatic machines, and the extensive range of bottles, you are sure to find something you will like. Le Vignoble serves a delicious selection of tapas which has all been sourced from France, Spain and Corsica and includes cheese, saucisson, hams, pork rillette, duck terrine, olives and fresh local bread. The tapas platters are just right for lunch, or a pre dinner bite. Le Vignoble also offer hot soup at lunch time and a tapas lunch deal. Le Vignoble also serves juices, hot drinks, local craft beers and a local gin & tonic.

Las Iguanas

Tel: 01752 226 609

Las Iguanas brings Latin cool to Royal William Yard. Find a mash-up of mouth-watering ingredients & South American culture in this funky restaurant with its vibrant décor & big smiles.

At Wildwood, our aim is simple: for our friendly sta to serve great food, in a place where people feel at home. Our bright and airy restaurants are great venues for every occasion. Our chefs have assembled the perfect combination of classics and modern signatures, providing the most tempting array of choices. We oer a great selection of pizza and pasta, grills and seasonal specials. All produced by using simple ingredients and serving up deliciously fresh food, every time. Grab a light bite and cocktails with colleagues, have lunch with your little ones, or celebrate a special event. With our attention to detail, warm hospitality and high quality, good value food we will guarantee you will always have a great time.

call: 01752 967444 to book a table Monday - Sunday 11am - 11pm Unit C, Slaughterhouse, Royal WIlliam Yard, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 3QQ Tel.: 01752 967444 E-mail:

alfresco dining Bistrot Pierre

Tel: 01752 262 318

Located in the impressive surroundings of Plymouth’s Royal William Yard, Bistrot Pierre is a relaxed and friendly bistrot and a place to go for any occasion. Bistrot Pierre’s ‘raison d’etre’ is great value French cooking and seasonal menus. They combine French bistrot classics such as steakfrites, boeuf bourguignon and tarte au citron with their own take on regional favourites like confit de canard and paté de campagne. The bistrot is situated in the New Cooperage building which opens up onto a large outdoor terrace with seating. This overlooks a magnificent lawn, upon which a local farmers’ market takes place on the first Sunday of every month. Open seven days a week for lunch, dinner and breakfast at weekends. We have something for everyone, from our two-course Prix fixe lunch for £12.95 and a two course Prix fixe evening menu for £15.95 which is available all evening Sunday to Wednesday or until 6.45pm Thursday to Saturday.

wagamama's Naked Katsu

There’s a fresh revolution happening in the open kitchen where you can watch the chefs at work on a menu which spans Latin America, from Mexican classics like fajitas & tacos to speciall Brazillian curries like Xinxim; peanut & lime chicken. Kids, veggies & gluten free all have their own menus. In the bar you’ll fi nd a return to old school classic cocktails including signature Caipirinhas made with Las Iguanas’ own Cachaça distilled near Rio & a great happy hour.


Tel:01752 261120

Prezzo brings a touch of class to Italian casual dining. We set the scene for your get-togethers, gossip, romance and reunions, fuelling the conversation with incredible food and impeccable service to make you feel at home. Situated on the seafront, within easy reach of the ferry port. Prezzo Plymouth’s waterfront location offers guests stunning sea views. A chance to dine in one of the town’s oldest industrial buildings, the restaurant retains the original pillars, giving a flavour of the building’s past function and boasts a spacious dining room.

Seco Lounge

Tel: 01752 229 375

Seco Lounge is an informal, neighbourhood food-led cafe/bar open all-day every day where families, friends, and locals can come for a coffee, a drink, or something to eat in a relaxed comfortable environment. The interiors are comfortable, inviting, and a bit eccentric. Don't forget the weekly quiz on Monday's

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Tel: 01752 663200

wagamama’s summer menu has arrived with a whole new range of nourishing dishes. Best enjoyed al fresco in one of wagamama Plymouth’s two outdoor terraces alongside a brand new range of Japanese inspired cocktails.This summer, wagamama introduces their kokoro bowls; light, fulfilling and fresh. ‘Kokoro’ is a Japanese word, which has no direct translation, but means “spirit, heart + mind”, so is a good term to use when talking about someone’s soul i.e. “he has a good kokoro”. These bowls have been created to feed your soul this summer and are all under 650 calories. Why not go for the cod mokutan soba, these charcoal noodles form a bold bed for two fillets of tender miso cod, bok choi + fresh veg. Bold in appearance. Bright in flavour. Or maybe the naked katsu takes your fancy; a twist on a classic. Curried chicken on rice topped with fresh edamame beans and a side of katsu curry sauce. The katsu you love, but lighter. This summer wagamama Plymouth are also welcoming the arrival of the world’s first vegan egg. In collaboration with Gaz Oakley aka avant garde vegan, a Cardiff native + trailblazing vegan chef, wagamama bring you the avant gard’n. The hero of this dish is a coconut + sriracha vegan ‘egg’. Its richness + spice complements barbecue glazed seitan, grilled asparagus + king oyster mushrooms. Served on sticky white rice, it’s topped with fresh edamame, carrot + spring onion. We think it’s a winner for vegans + non-vegans alike. Spend your long summer nights enjoying some nourishing noodles at wagamama, Royal William Yard, Plymouth.

Our seasonal À la carte menu is available daily all evening. We also offer glutenfree dishes and a children's menu, which comes with our bespoke 14 page activity pack. Rooms by Bistrot Pierre means you will be able to stay with us too, 14 stylish ensuite bedrooms with incredible views across the majestic Plymouth Sound, our guests will be in the perfect location to explore the stunning area.

Column Bakehouse

The Bakehouse is Plymouth’s premier artisan bakery supplying a range of restaurants and trade customers as well as real bread fans right across Plymouth and beyond. Specialising in sourdough and artisan breads, we believe that great quality wholesome bread is something to be enjoyed every day, by everyone. Produced using fresh, locally sourced ingredients wherever possible, our award-winning breads are baked in-house, with absolutely no nasties.

Good Food Market

Markets make up an important part of the changing, vibrant nature of the Yard - our regular markets deliver great produce and fi ne skilled craft, popping up all over the Yard and delivering seasonal extravaganzas. Come and experience fresh produce from local traders at our monthly market. Running on the 1st Sunday of every month in Factory Cooperage.

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Eat & drink Wildwood / Bistrot Pierre / Seco Lounge / Le Vignoble / Prezzo / Wagamama Las Iguanas / River Cottage Plymouth Canteen / The Royal William Yard Bakery Rockets & Rascals (Little Rascals) Shop Envy Hair & Beauty / ID Fashion / Cornish Interiors / Nikki Taylor Sculpture Individual Interior Solutions / Art Source UK Gallery / Studio One South West Martin Bush Studio / Hawthorn & Co / Wildwood Deli / Mark Fielding, Artist Ocean Studios Gallery & Shop / Royal William Yard Bakery Visit

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alfresco destinations




The view for Rockfish

The Barbican and Sutton Harbour At the heart of Plymouth’s sensational waterfront is Sutton Harbour. With its magnificent marina, it is just a stone’s throw from the historic Barbican, and a short walk to the Hoe where you can witness the spectacular views across the Sound and embrace the cities well earned monica as Britains 'Ocean City'. The Barbican, with its narrow lanes and historic cobbled streets are home to more than 200 Listed Buildings and offer a stunning backdrop to the diverse range of first-class restaurants, cafes and bars. With a plethora of eateries to chose from, we highlight some that are bound to tempt you, as well as ask some specially selected venues to give you some more ideas of what they have to offer this Summer.


3 Cox Side, Rope Walk, Sutton Harbour Tel: 01752 255974 @TheRockfishUK Overlooking the ocean and beside the National Marine Aquarium, Mitch Tonks’ Rockfish restaurant and takeaway at Plymouth’s Fishing Quarter on Sutton Harbour commands stunning views of fishing boats, yachts and water sports with a backdrop of the Barbican. With a menu of freshly fried or grilled sustainable and local fish and a cornucopia of seafood pleasures that change depending on the morning’s market, from cracked crab to grilled lobster. The entire menu is also available gluten free. There is a large outdoor eating area and a terrace menu for the restaurant with seating

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for nearly 100 plus seating for their takeaway customers, so they can enjoy the view. Behind the theatre and chic styling at Rockfish is an ethos firmly grounded in sustainability and understanding the importance of safe-guarding fi sh for future generations with an optional £1 donation per table going to their neighbour the National Marine Aquarium to help with the research. Their kid’s Ocean Protector packs are uniquely designed and unrivalled, offering entertainment and education plus a bag to do your own beach clean. But this is ultimately a place to relax and have a lot of fun - if there is space at the end of your fish then try a fresh lemon sorbet with a shot of Limoncello over the top, you’ll think you’re in the Med.

If it’s a takeaway you’re after, it’s hard to beat the views and feel closer to the sea, plus they do a special offer on local fish every third Friday with takeaway fi sh & chips for just £3 from 5pm. Fish & chips tastes better by the water, come down to what we call England’s seafood coast and see for yourself. Getting to Rockfish – walk over the historic swing bridge from the Barbican, stroll round the Heritage Trail past Plymouth’s fish market or drive and park up at Lockyer’s Quay car park. Pre-booking advised.

The Harbour

21 Sutton Harbour, The Barbican Tel: 01752 228556 @Harbourplymouth Located in Sutton Harbour, perched right on the quay front. The building is better known as The Glassblowing House. Fresh and sustainable seafood is our speciality. We’re proud to support local trade while and following the guidelines of Marine Stewardship Council. This approach ensures that you always get the best seafood Devon and Cornwall has to offer. It’s not just an unbelievable taste that will draw you in, it’s also the beautiful location. Our tables are just metres from the water’s edge nestled in the hustle and bustle of one of the most remarkable historic harbours. You can look out over the Barbican’s cobbles, colourful fishing boats and famous Mayflower Steps while enjoying their meal. Whether you are looking for a romantic evening for two or a family friendly meal for 10 our restaurant is the perfect location for everyone.








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Our fish is selected by us each day at the local markets where it is prepared by our skilled fishmongers and delivered each morning to our restaurants.

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There is no better experience than eating fresh fish right by the sea! We’re open from miday to 9.30pm, so book your table whenever suits you at Have you tried our £3 local Fish Friday? Available from the takeaway every third Friday of the month.

Opening in Dorset summer 2019!

We look forward to welcoming you.

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sunnier days, means you can dine, al fresco, while enjoying the wonderful, waterside views. Find out more or book your table at

Bonne Santé

Custom house, The Barbican, PL1 2JP Tel: 01752 310263 Bonne Santé, a cafe, bar & restaurant built on a vision of offering a great range of fresh & indulgent food and beverages, with both your enjoyment & 'good health' in mind. Whether you are looking for breakfast and coffee or dinner and cocktails, we have it covered. We boast a formal yet relaxed setting, with customer experience being at the forefront of our priorities. Our food menu and recipes have been thought-out and practised over a number of years, resulting in the menu we have today. Our target is reducing saturated fats, refined sugar, and other bad stuff, along with a firm focus on the increase of crucial body engineering nutrients; such as proteins, vitamins, and health-boosting unsaturated fats. We endeavour to help you live an uncompromised healthy lifestyle, even when socialising with friends. The Scallop Shack

The Boathouse

2-4 Commercial Wharf, Plymouth PL1 2NX Tel: 01752 600560 ‎@_BoatHouseCafe The Boathouse, is an award-winning, waterfront, seafood café, bar and takeaway, situated overlooking the Mayflower Steps and a stone’s throw from Plymouth’s historic Barbican. The Boathouse’s speciality is fish and shellfish, all sustainably caught, by its own day boats, The Sidney Rose and the Elin D. There’s also a selection of meat and vegetarian dishes and a little nipper’s menu, designed for younger salty sea dogs – all made with fresh, seasonal produce. You can experience wonderful, locally caught South West scallops in a variety of mouthwatering ways, at the recently launched, Scallop Shack at The Boathouse. The Scallop Shack is a newly designed, working unit, nestled within one of the fishermen’s arches of The Boathouse. Each scallop served, has been caught locally and lovingly shucked, prepared and cooked to order by The Boathouse’s expert chefs. The scallop is a true gem among shellfish, its meat prized for its delicate taste and texture. From classic garlic and lemon to spicy, chilli and chorizo, they’ve chosen a variety of delicious recipes for the Scallop Shack menu. Try as a super tasty starter, light bight or go for the Shack Attack, a selection to share with friends, perfectly matched with a wine from The Boathouse wine list! Also found within The Scallop Shack, the Boathouse Fishmongers sells its catch,

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daily, straight from the boat, so you can take home the freshest local fish for supper. The catch will vary from day to day, but you can expect anything from squid, crab and lobster to mackerel, sea bass, monkfish, gurnard, whiting and more. Check out The Boathouse social media updates to find out when the boats are landing and what’s on the counter!

Try as a super tasty starter, light bight or go for the Shack Attack, a selection to share with friends, perfectly matched with a wine from The Boathouse wine list! The Boathouse is the perfect spot for cosy coffees and delicious dining from daytime through to evening. It’s retractable roof for

And to top all of this, we have produced our menu entirely GLUTEN FREE, making easy pickings for an individual that follows a gluten-free lifestyle.

Rakuda Kitchen and Cocktails

11 Quay Road, Plymouth, PL1 2JZ Tel: 01752 221155 Located on the harbour front with picturesque views of The Barbican, Rakuda Kitchen and Cocktails specialises in serving food in a cosy and vibrant environment. The menu hosts an array of options including burgers, seafood, pasta dishes and more. Food can be complimented with a selection of cocktails, wines and spirits. If you enjoy Acoustic Music, why not come to the rakuda bar and have a fabulous evening's entertainment? We run unplugged acoustic open stage events, every night what ever the weather. The Boathouse Cafe

the barbican and sutton harbour frequented by family and friends and you are always given the warmest welcome by the owners and the terrific staff. The dishes are cooked by talented chefs, specialising in seafood, and famous visitors have included Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber who declared that his meal at Platters was “the finest fish I have tasted” Enjoy the electric atmosphere, fine food and great hospitality. If you love seafood it does not get any better than this.


35 Southside St, The Barbican Tel: 01752 603183 Quality fish and chips and fresh, sustainable seafood have always been important with Harbourside.This unique restaurant and takeaway has always been a favourite of local residents and tourists alike. Harbourside has achieved Top 5 Chip Shop of the Year Award 2013, after achieving Top 3 Chip Shop in the South West last year. It already boasts a 5 Star hygiene rating and has become a blue fish restaurant with fish2fork for its sustainability efforts (the second highest rating for restaurants in Plymouth).

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East Quay House, Sutton Harbour Tel: 01752 228513 At Supha's we offer something totally new for Plymouth in a very untraditional format with a bright, colourful dining area, and an open kitchen so diners can talk to the chef directly and explain how they’d like their meal to be cooked. The emphasis is very much on serving up seasonal produce and sharing fresh food with street-food style cooking and strong Asian infl uences including Thai cuisine as well as dishes from Malaysia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam. There is an extensive vegetarian selection and lots of our dishes are naturally gluten free too. Customers can enjoy them alongside one of the best views that any food establishment in Plymouth can offer, right on the city’s stunning waterfront where they can watch the sun set over the harbour.

Cap'n Jaspers

18 The Barbican Tel: 01752 262444 Established in 1978 by John Dudley ("The Cap'n"), when asked to help raise money for charity at The Barbican Regatta, Cap'n Jaspers has become world famous for its tea, coffee, hot rolls, takeaway burgers and infamous half a yard of hot dog. Cap'n Jaspers continues to be run by The Cap'ns daughter, Georgie, who has been involved with the business since it opened in 1978.

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12 The Barbican Tel: 01752 227262

Platters Restaurant Plymouth is the most fabulous seafood restaurant, located on Plymouth’s historic Barbican.

Quay Square, Quay Road, Sutton Harbour, Barbican. Plymouth. PL1 2JZ. Tel: 07401 075366 Our specialty is ‘fusion cuisine’, which is derived from a melting pot of cultures and cuisines utilizing a mixture of spices from the Caribbean, blended with modern British, classical French and Mediterranean foods.

For 0ver 30 years, Platters have sourced their fish from the Plymouth Fish Market, which originally was directly opposite the restaurant and has now moved 200 yards across the quay.

Whether experiencing fusion cuisine in Plymouth, or at one of our catered events or parties, or through one of our lovingly prepared products, we offer cuisine of excellence that will captivate and tantalize your taste buds!

Diners come from all over the UK for the fresh local seafood and the warm welcome from this family owned restaurant. Platters is

However you wish to experience our cuisine, we aim to provide impeccable customer service and great value for money.





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The Stable

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East Quay House, Sutton Harbour Tel: 01752 228513 The Stable is situated on Sutton Harbour, overlooking the bustling Barbican waterfront, only just around the corner from the mainstream Barbican area.

The charismatic energetic team pride themselves upon having vast cider knowledge, being dog friendly, and genuinely passionate about what they serve. The Stable team are doing their very best to be as eco-friendly as possible, so they are using compostable veg-ware to be able to provide you with the option of a takeaway.

Showcasing high quality local produce through their unique Ciders and Pizza's. Supplying Plymouth with all the tastes of the West Country. Stocking around 80 craft ciders and beers, creating their very own Cathedral to Cider for all to praise.

Download their app, where you can order from your table, earn loyalty rewards, click and collect a takeaway, book a table, or join the Stable Family.

The Bar and Restaurant is laid out over two floors, both having their own indoor and outdoor seating areas. The outside garden area and sun terrace flaunt beautiful views over the waterfront, where you can bask in the glorious Plymouth sunshine. In the evenings, as the sun sets, the views can become even more amazing, and also are very well located to view the Firework Championships in August.

57-59 Southside St, Plymouth PL1 2LA Tel: 01752 264160 Named after two legendary giants, whose images were cut into the turf near here, on land later covered by the Citadel fortress.

The upstairs bar, dining area and sun terrace are available to hire as a function area and party packages are available upon request. Cider Tasting and Experiences are available, when booked in advance, creating a fun way to celebrate literally anything or maybe even nothing! Other drinks deals are available, such as the cider tasting board, growlers and bottle buckets. The Stable hosts a range of regular events, including Live Music, Charity Fundraising and other social events. To keep up to date, it is well worth following them on Facebook and Instagram, or alternatively check them out at

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The Gog and Magog

menu ranges from full English breakfasts, Fish and chips, Homemade soups and pasties, omelettes and fresh made sandwiches and salads. All our food is freshly made and all our produce is sourced from Devon and Cornwall's finest. Our renowned scrumptious Sunday roasts carvery includes a free desert for £6. OAP's and students eat for £5 with appropriate valid photographic ID and children under12 eat for £5. We also cater for functions including, Weddings, Christenings, Parties and general get-togethers. Our aim is to tailor our buffets to fit your requirements and budget. We can provide cold or hot buffets or full sit-down meals. Our beer garden is currently under refurbishment to cater for BBQ's.

The Citadel was built on the orders King Charles II, in the 1660s. This massive starshaped fortress, looking out on the harbour, replaced the fortifications on the Hoe, begun by Sir Francis Drake in the previous century, as well as the earlier castle on Lambhay Hill. The pub has a number of food options, from pizzas to Sunday lunches as well as specific nights such as steak and curry clubs as well as a dedicated fish menu on Friday. Go to the website to find out more about the pubs food and drink offers.

The Three Crowns

11 The Parade, The Barbican, Plymouth Tel: 01752 229324 The Three Crowns is situated on the sunny side of Plymouth's beautiful harbor and offers food 7 days a week, 11.30am til 7pm. Our The Stable

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for 300 people and waterfront views of Plymouth harbour providing a great relaxing atmosphere.

We have a large newly renovated 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.

Look out for our Live Music events plus the Ship Quiz every Thursday. ‘Rockafella’ will be rocking the Barbican on Saturday, 6th July as they provide us with the liveliest Rock set in Plymouth, the energetic four piece playing modern covers, forgotten gems and a few special twists on the unexpected. ‘Marley White’ will once again have the entire Barbican jumping as The Ship plays host to his Ska and Reggae sounds. Catch Marley in our beer garden on Saturday, 27th July - if you’ve seen his act before, you know it’s not one to be missed!

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Miller and Carter

Sutton Wharf, Plymouth, Devon, PL4 0DW Tel:01752 661592 At Miller & Carter we know a thing or two about steak. In fact, we could say that we're one of the best steakhouses in Plymouth. But we'd rather leave that to your judgement. Because once you've tasted our hand-cut, 30-day aged British & Irish steaks you'll soon appreciate the care of our farmers, the exacting standards of our butchers and the passion of our chefs. Don't just take our word for it; book a table and decide for yourself. Committed to quality, we pride ourselves on the care of our farmers, the exacting standards of our butchers, and the passion of our chefs. And, once you’ve tasted our handcut, 30-day aged steaks, you’ll understand why. Located in Plymouth, you’ll find plenty to do in this coastal city. Located across from the Barbican, Hoe Park and National Marine Aquarium this location has plenty to offer.

Boston Tea Party

82 – 84 Vauxhall Street, Sutton Harbour Tel: 01752 267862 Based in Jamaica House on Sutton Harbour, after major renovations of the historic Grade II listed building, which borders Vauxhall Street and Exchange Street. The three-storey building has been sensitively restored and two floors transformed to seat 150 inside, with a flowerenclosed outdoor seating area for 30 created

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with stunning views over the marina towards the Barbican. The cafe has been designed in its own unique character with an eclectic mix of upcycled, salvaged and restored furniture and fittings installed, including old gymnasium flooring on the walls and school chairs.

The Ship

The Barbican, Plymouth Tel: 01752 667604 Come to The Ship this summer, situated at the water’s edge on The Barbican, Quay Road. Take full advantage of our large outside seating area, with seating Boston Tea Party

Our summer menu boasts some fantastic dishes including Fresh Summer Salads along with traditional pub meals such as ‘The Great British Fish & Chips’. Looking for something different?! We have delicious Loaded Fries, Sharing Platters and our perfect juicy Burgers to satisfy your hunger as well as our ever-changing daily specials. Throughout this summer you can enjoy special deals every Monday with two burgers for just £15 and each Wednesday two steaks and a bottle of wine for £35. Should it rain, not to worry. We have a large newly renovated 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. Our summer menu is available Monday to Friday 12pm - 3pm and 5.30pm to 9pm; Saturday 12pm - 9pm; Sunday 12pm - 8pm. View it online at









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alfresco dining

water, water, everywhere

The Terrace

From Plymouth Hoe with its breathtaking views across Plymouth Sound to Mount Batten where the first settlements began in the Bronze Age, the waterfront has helped shape Plymouth's fortunes for centuries. The Hoe (which means High Place), offers amazing views from above the harbour. It is believed to be the place where Sir Francis Drake insisted on completing his game of bowls to allow wind and tide to change in his favour enabling his defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588. The intrepid explorer and local hero, is immortalised in a statue on the Hoe, situated just a few metres from the green where he fi nished his game. Standing tall on the cliff top's of the Hoe is the iconic Smeaton’s Tower lighthouse. The wonderful vantage point gained from its lantern room allows visitors to capture the Sound and city in all its beauty. It is therefore now surprise that the Hoe attracts many a visitor wishing to take in abite to eat with such a stunning backdrop.

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Although there are many venues that offer Alfresco dining, we've highlighted just a few for you to consider.

The Waterfront

Grand Parade, Plymouth, PL1 3DQ 01752 226 961 The Waterfront is a Grade II listed building steeped in maritime history. Formerly the home of the Royal Western Yacht Club, founded in 1827, the Club plays a leading role in the sport of sailing. It introduced short-handed races including the Single-Handed TransAtlantic Race most famously won by Sir Francis Chichester in Gyspsy Moth II.

The Waterfront has a contemporary style with plenty of nautical references and a respectful ‘nod’ to the building’s illustrious past. The Waterfront is a relaxed, stylish venue awash with natural light making the most of its fantastic waterside setting. Outside, a large decked terrace offers plenty of dining space overlooking the water – a fantastic setting for a drink, lunch or that extra special celebration!

The Terrace

Madeira Rd, Plymouth PL1 2NY 01752 603533 The Terrace Cafe and Bar is an on-the-water delight, nestled on the Hoe foreshore, near Plymouth’s famous Barbican. Enjoy the sunshine with glorious views of Plymouth Sound. The Terrace Cafe offers a selection of locally sourced food, fully licensed bar, Juice and milkshake hut. There is something for everyone at The Terrace Cafe. There is a list of tasty meals for the little ones and an exciting smoothie and thick milkshake menu.

Jolly Jacks

is available indoors where you can take in the atmosphere of our modernist Spanish inspired interior, or outdoors, where seating is available along the balcony to allow an even better view.

Jolly Jacks

Richmond Walk, Plymouth PL1 4LS 01752 500008 Situated on the beautiful Mayflower Marina, overlooking the Royal William Yard. Jolly Jacks serve fresh food and drinks all day, every day, from 9am to 9pm – breakfast through to dinner. Jolly Jacks has bags of personality and serves up fabulously fresh food in a cracking waterside location. Alongside good food comes a team only to happy to help and the service here always comes with a smile! Visit for lunch, linger for dinner or enjoy a glass or two of fine wine. Sally, Sue and the crew cant wait to welcome you to this great waterside bar and restaurant. Available for private hire, why not stop by the Terrace Cafe next time you’re in the area. After you’ve sampled one of the Cornish coffees or handmade cream teas, you’ll be pleased you did.

The Dock

King Point Marina, Brunel Way, PL1 3EF 01752 253555 A short journey to Plymouth's Coastal Quarter in the Millbay area is the stunning and contemporary King Point Marina. Here you will find The Dock. With not just one, but two alfresco dining areas – The Dock is the perfect spot to soak up the sun while you enjoy delicious food and drink and friendly, welcoming service. Built only two years ago, it offers quiet and contemporary berthing for your boat, whilst still being in close proximity to the best places to eat, drink and be entertained in Plymouth. The Dock’s two balcony dining areas has space for up to 50 guests and offer great coastal views of King Point Marina.

and a selection of sandwiches with varied fillings and fries.There is also an extensive range of puddings, including Devon cheeses, locally made artisan ice cream and old school classics such as Knickerbocker Glory and Sticky Toffee Pudding. Open every day for breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee and cocktails 9am – late.

Maritimo Wine and Tapas Bar

Hoe Rd, Plymouth PL1 3DE 01752 222938 Maritimo Wine and Tapas Bar, are focused on providing their customers with the highest levels of service. With a variety of Tapas offerings to choose from, all authentically spanish including our specially selected wines, ciders spirits and beer, we’re sure you’ll have a great time. The restaurant enjoys unrivaled jaw dropping views of Plymouth Sound, dining

Watch the boats and the rest of the world go by from this wonderful vantage point, which takes alfresco dining in Plymouth to another level! What better way to kick back under the sun than with a refreshing cocktail – and don’t worry if the evening turns chilly, The Dock’s balcony heaters will always ensure your alfresco experience is a comfortable one. Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion with a sumptuous meal or just taking the opportunity to catch up with friends over coffee and cocktails, The Dock is the perfect venue for everyone. Take advantage of the free parking (up to 3 hours) and enjoy the varied breakfast, lunch and dinner menus that cater for all tastes, with a wide range of dishes all made using locally sourced ingredients. Menus include Cornish mussels, seafood platters, homemade pies, salads, burgers The Dock

The Artillery Tower

Durnford Street, Plymouth PL1 3QR 01752 257610 The Artillery Tower has been run by myself, chef Peter Constable and my wife Debbie, for more than fifteen years. It offers some of the best restaurant dining in Plymouth. The Michelin-rated restaurant focuses on sourcing the best local produce, combined with proper cooking, and a relaxed informal service. And the wood-burning stove and exposed stone walls create a friendly atmosphere. The restaurant is set quietly a few minutes drive from the city centre. And it’s only 100 metres away from the Royal William Yard. There is plenty of free parking is available nearby. We look forward to welcoming you to our Plymouth restaurant.

food and drink La Marca di San Michele

Situated nearby Pievalta the specialities here are both Verdicchio and Montepulciano. Showing their Bastion Contrario 2016 100% Montpeuciano was eagerly anticipated. This singular meaty style with a pronounced Cherry scent was a serious wine of distinction. High in acid with moderated tannins it offered the wine hunter a different wine experience.


Again farmed nearby, this 4 ha winery established in 2018 offers a range of wines with several grape varieties grown (as others) on light clay-based soils. My choice of wine was the elegant Verdicchio sporting a full-on nose of a saline, lime and almonds with a great mouthfeel and textured finish.

The 8 wine wonders of Marche in Central Italy Stephen Barrett samples the wines of the Adriatic As a wine writer I am often offered the opportunity to visit and discover wine regions that might (in UK terms) been left behind as the giant multiples seem only to want samey wines on their shelves. This article below is how we do our work with incisive tastings and notes. We hope (like you) these original finds might awaken your taste buds to search for individual and often original wines to taste and savour! Our tour started by discovering exactly which (style of) wines were represented in Marche. Being in an Adriatic location I hoped for some exciting white wines that would match some of the noted seafood in this province. Most provinces in Italy are blessed with good fortune as their wine industry nurtures often ancient and spectacular varietals with almost

‘secret’ styles that tantalise and delight. So pencils and palates sharpened off we went…. Our new tasting was not to disappoint as we ventured to the magnificent historic premises of Malacari in Offagna. Here we met 8 wine makers and principles from the prestigious group known as Terroir Marche (Vignailio bio). These 8 winemakers representing 19 members of their group and each had (at least) two samples to show us.All were eager to meet us and were looking for UK representation…


Situated near to the sea to the north of the region we were showed his Verdicchio 2016 that exuded fresh herbal notes that rolled effortlessly into a brilliant mouthfeel of stone fruit over lime! Elaborated in concrete it presented a quality that we were to experience throughout the tasting.


Again this winery is v near to the sea and is influenced by it. The winery is comparatively new being established in 2011. Their 3.5 ha are cultivating Verdicchio, Syrah and Merlot. The 2016 Cantaro (Verdicchio) is as fresh as a breeze! Using tank (fermentation) followed by 10 months in the bottle before entering the market. This 2016 sample is full on the palate with pronounced Lime scents abound.

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Verdicchio 2017 offers citrus (Orange and Lime), exotic perfume and grassy notes in a simple swirl! A touch of saline makes an appearance as this wine of quality takes a shine.


Situated near to Ancona to the top of a calcareous cliff-top location, Moroder are able to elaborate beautiful wines in a unique environment. With lots of work undertaken in the winery their wines are held in high esteem. We sniffed, swirled and sipped their 100% Montepulciano that offered complexity, hidden fruit and glorious spice throughout its silky (Riserva) style.


A short distance west to Malicari’s ancient castle, home to their famous wines where the vineyards are 250 m above sea level. Fastidious selection of Montpeulciano berries after which they are pressed and interned for three years in large oak format. We tasted a 2014 and a magical 1998 showing just how quiet development can tame the high acid/ low tannins of this red grape in Marche. Wines are either Doc and Docg in origination, some Superiore and Classico all now sporting Organic, Biodynamic with sustainability throughout the range of the wines from this exclusive Terroir Marche group. It would be excellent to see these wines in the UK perhaps at an organic wine specialist? I know you’re out there!


Heading towards the Appenine Hills Peivalta vinifies his 100% 2016 Verdicchio in rather plump terracotta vessels of 300 litres capacity. The resulting wine shows a smoky note followed by a Lime and stone fruit finish. A gentle saline note appears too that becomes the hallmark of these terroir – influenced Verdicchios

Stephen Barrett is a wine, food and travel writer based in Plymouth. Stephen is happy to receive correspondence and can be contacted via his website Facebook, Twitter, Instagram , LinkedIn and Pinterest bistrowineman

Plymouth's most exclusive cocktail lounge

The Refectory bar is situated in the iconic Plymouth Gin distillery where the team create bespoke hand crafted cocktails using the wonderful Plymouth Gin. Live Blues slide guitarist every Tuesday and Thursday Available for private hire – Martini masterclasses are also available Distillery tours available from the Plymouth Gin Shop Members bar from 7pm Friday and Saturday Types of membership Temporary- Full- Corporate Further information about membership please require within Booking is advisable Tel: 01752 828988 Further enquires please contact:

The Refectory Bar Black Friars Distillery | 60 Southside Street Plymouth | PL1 2LQ Mon- Wed 11am to 10pm, Thursday 11am to 11pm Friday & Saturday 11am till Midnight Sunday 12pm till 6:30pm

food and drink There really isn’t a corner you can turn where there isn’t a bench or a grassy spot that offers you a vista that will take your breath away and a history that will leave you wanting to find out more.

At Two: It’s All About The Tipple You Take!

Drinks you can admire and sip away at are what picnic beverages are all about. When in Plymouth there really are so many to choose from. A Plymouth Gin is my favourite tipples of choice! A craft that began back in 1793 and in my opinion - just gets better and better.

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I like to save my old Plymouth Gin bottles and recycle them for picnics; there is nothing better that sharing a DIY cocktail or two over a pre-packaged one! I like to pre-batch my Gin and rebottle the cocktail – that way there is no excessive bottles to carry and far less rubbish to take home.

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I also cram my hamper full of gin friendly function ro nibbles and of course extra fruit to eat and your exact to garnish!

A British Summer: Picnics In Our City by The Sea... Elinor Eaton; Development Manager at Strathmore House Apartments and the New Continental Hotel, Plymouth Picnics have definitely come a long way since my 80’s remembrance; now they are more stylish, sustainable, healthy and chic affairs. So, as July ushers in National picnic Month and as we celebrate summer in Britain’s beautiful Ocean City; we couldn’t forgo the opportunity to share why we at Strathmore House Apartments love picnics in Plymouth.


think it’s safe to say that almost all of us have our own very fond memories of a picnic with family and friends.

As soon as the summer set in and there was a double-figured temperature in the air, we were off on a humble family picnic! The rug, the basket and the thermos flask would don the back seat and we would go on a great British exploration – looking out for the ‘perfect’ picnic spot!

Whether you are a seasoned picnicker, having enjoyed macaroons and champagne in Paris or gingham dresses and rosé in Central Park; Plymouth really is the perfect setting for a summer picnic. We share our TOP THREE reasons why a Plymouth picnic in our city by the sea is a perfect afternoon/evening treat.

At One: It’s All In The Location!

For some of us its childhood memories of pork pies, hard boiled eggs, a Frisbee and a windbreak or two for the oldies!

I know it sounds too good to be true; but there really are so many perfect picnic locations in and around Plymouth. It could be a short Ferry ride to a secluded beach, or a five minute walk to the Elizabethan Garden in the Barbican – they both offer calm oasis, full of beauty for a perfect picnic setting.

Perhaps not everyone has such an ancient recollection, but we all certainly have picnic memories that we can conjure up and share! It is those memories, of sharing food and drinking with friends and family that we love to make an alfresco meal of!

Then of course on the doorstep of Strathmore House Apartments is the spectacular green land on the Hoe; with the iconic sights of the Sir Francis Drake’s statue and of course the spectacular Smeaton’s Tower – and much more.

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Whatever you do or don’t like – there can be no food rules at a picnic – it’s the law! It should be all your favourite things – AND with no guilt! At Strathmore House Apartments, due to our fully equipped kitchen, it doesn’t matter if you are a whimsical Afternoon Tea type; with dainty sandwiches and an array of freshly baked cakes and scones with clotted cream and jams; or if you are a traditional type, opting for hearty sausage rolls, pastries, scotch eggs and beige wonders. You can make everything fresh in our fabulous kitchens, or buy and prepare. It really is the perfect springboard to connect you with your Plymouth picnic adventures. A chic picnic is about providing an experience. At Strathmore House Apartments we want to help you make the best of all of your experiences whilst being at home in Plymouth.

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summer fun The summer is finally here and with the school holidays offering up an opportunity for families to get out and about, we take another look at the cities outstanding attractions, museums, galleries and holiday clubs and see what they may have to tempt us.

Wake up to a lion's roar this summer at

Dartmoor Zoo

Animal lovers will love spending the day discovering all that Dartmoor Zoological Park has to offer. Get the whole family together and head off on a safari adventure.

There's more than just monkeys to learn about at The Monkey Sanctuary 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, who 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 40 individuals; many of them rescued from conditions of abuse and neglect and each one with their distinct characters and personalities. The monkeys get fed almost every hour throughout the day, so visitors can be sure to catch them enjoying a snack or hanging out with their friends! It’s not just monkeys though! Kids will love the wild play area where they can learn about

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the environment around them and let off some steam in the playground. Take a gentle stroll around the beautiful Wildlife Gardens to see what wildlife can be spotted, or simply relax on the front lawn, whilst taking in the stunning sea view. Find out how to help the wildlife in your own garden in the Wildlife Room, with live feed cameras, recorded footage, and displays, it is a great place for children and adults alike. 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. We also offer hot and cold refreshments and vegetarian light ‘bites’ from the shop too! For more information on prices and opening times please visit

From African lions to Iberian wolves there are over 200 animals to gawk at. Take a walk on the wild side and visit slithery snakes, bearded dragons, great horned owls and speedy Jaguars. With daily talks and meerkat, otters and bear feeds there’s so much to do to meet your animal loving cravings. Explore the 33 acres of parkland, stopping off at the Jaguar restaurant for some delicious street food, or delve into a tasty picnic surrounded by big cats. Kids can let off some steam on the upcycled materials play area. Home to the biggest variety of Big Cats in the south west of England, you’re certain to have a great day out.

Summer higlights include: 6th July (Adultss only) 17th August (Family)

Roar and Snore:

A night at the Zoo like no other. This year we’re hosting two extravagant Roar n’ Snore events, filled with night trails, live music and entertainment on an outdoor cinema. Imagine falling asleep under the stars in the depths of Dartmoor, away from civilisation for the evening, surrounded by exotic animals. Wake up to the sound of Jasiri the Lion roaring. Roar & Snore is the best way to see animals after hours, and have the zoo all to yourself. For more details and for tickets, visit the website: or call: 01752 837645

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Segway adventures

It’s Summer and things are really hotting up here at Mount Edgcumbe No matter what the weather has in store, there’s always something to see and do here at Mount Edgcumbe Country Park. The Park itself covers over 850 acres of some of the most beautiful landscape in the country. A haven for wildlife, the park is still home to the descendants of the first herd of Fallow Deer emparked here in 1515. For nature lovers and rambles as well as photography enthusiasts there’s something amazing to see around every corner. If you’re looking for a new interest, meet new people and take a little gentle (or even full on) exercise then you could join the Park Classic and American Car Show

Run here at the Park every Saturday morning at 9am. There are lots of other events taking place at the Park throughout the Summer starting with the Proms 2019 on Saturday 13th July from 5.30pm. The South West Philharmonia & Chorus, conducted by Marcus Alleyne, plus special guest artists from across the UK will be performing and there’ll be plenty of opportunity for flag waving and having a good old fashioned sing along. Preparations are well underway for the 25th Annual Summer Fayre and Vintage, Classic and American Car Event, organised by the

Summer Fayre

Friends of Mount Edgcumbe Country Park ( ) and Cornwall Hospice Care on Sunday 4th August. As always there will be a huge range of vehicles to feast the eyes and discuss details with their proud owners as well as the many stalls to browse. There will also be bouncy castles and rides for the children to enjoy plus lots more. Entry to the event is free to pedestrians, parking £10 per car. Please share cars with your friends to reduce congestion or consider taking one of the additional ferries that will be running from Plymouth. In August there are a whole lot more wonderful events taking place. Organised by Miss Ivy Events we have a Street Food Festival on 17th August where you can enjoy an array of street foods from around the world, with bars and live music; Gin in the Garden Party on 24th August and a Summer Garden Fete on Sunday 25th August a day out for the whole family, with artisan sellers, craft workshops and live music. There are also lots of activities in the Park with circus skills classes, cycle hire, Segway adventures, Frisbee golf and lots more. Or you could take a gentle stroll around the Barrow Centre and see what treats are on offer in the boutique shops, galleries and workshops. Why not take a look at all the workshops and talks taking place at Mount Edgcumbe by visiting our website. Whether you’re feeling creative or want an outdoor adventure then we have something for you to do. For more information on any of the events please contact Mount Edgcumbe House and Country Park on 01752 822236 or email or take a look on our website for more information at

Proms 2019

Saturday 13th July, 5.30pm to 10.30pm

Ice-Cream and Bubbles Festival

Sunday 21st July 2019, 10.30am - 4pm

Classic and American Car Show and Summer Fayre Sunday 4th August 2019, 11am - 5pm

The Trees - Live at The Orangery in the Italian Garden 18th August 2019, 6.30pm - 11pm

Summer Garden Fete

Sunday 25th August 2019, 10am - 5pm


summer fun

Saltram House


Buckland Abbey

Make this summer holiday unforgettable, with the National Trust Buckland Abbey


Image credits: National Trust and John Millar for Buckland Abbey

We’re ready for a busy summer at Cotehele, with children’s holiday activities from 28 July to 2 September. Popular events making a return are Look Sharp! on Mondays in the house and the craft activity ‘Swords and Shields’ on Tuesdays. New this year, on Wednesdays kids can learn Soft Archery in the orchard, on Thursdays they can go ponddipping, and Fridays they can make butterfly feeders. Costume Sundays will be running at the Mill throughout the summer as well. Do check our website for details of other family activities over the holidays If you’re here between 19 July and 11 August we’d love your help with our annual butterfly count. Please pick up a count sheet and head to a quiet spot in the garden or around the mill to see how many varieties of butterfly you can see enjoying this special place with you. Even in the holidays you can find peaceful places to relax at Cotehele. We’ve more details about our quieter spots on our website. During Big Butterfly Count, Ranger Pete will lead butterfly walks through the garden, where he’ll identify butterflies and share his knowledge of them. These free walks are running on Saturday 20 and 27 July and 3 and 10 August. Check our website for more info. As always, there’s more about everything happening at Cotehele on our website or check out our social feeds on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. We hope to see you soon.

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Saltram House

Whether it’s balmy and hot or pouring with rain, there’s plenty to do at Saltram this summer. Relax in the garden on a deck chair, get active in the parkland or satisfy your curiosity in the house. During the summer holidays, families can take part in the ‘Saltram Grand Tour’. Discover what 18th century travellers used to get up to and go on adventures of your own around the garden. Earn your ‘Saltram Grand Tour’ patch by completing all of the trails over the summer holidays that will have you hunting high and low for souvenirs, curiosities and the must see sights of Europe. The garden is the perfect location for a picnic or why not treat yourself to a pot of tea and slice of cake? The lemon and elderflower cake is back on the menu in the Chapel Tea Room which is the perfect flavour combination for the warmer weather. In the house, discover more about John Parker II and his wife Theresa who lived at Saltram during the 18th century. Theresa reportedly wrote up to 3 letters a day to friends and family, particularly to her brothers in Spain who influenced the development of the house and garden. Extracts and quotes are displayed in the house and garden that reveal the fashions of the day and the transformations that took place across the estate. Find us and follow us on Facebook, Instagram or check out our website. You can find all of our events and activities on For more information call 01752 333500.

Join us at Buckland for our ‘Summer of fun’. Whether you’re interested in the arts, enjoy going on an adventure or like to be active, there’s something for you to do this summer. The ‘Sir Francis Drake comes home to Buckland Abbey’ exhibition continues throughout the summer. Come and see his portrait, on loan from the National Gallery, and discover more about one of Devon’s most iconic historical characters. For families, let off steam with some outdoor Elizabethan games in the Tudor Tent or get crafty making pine cone snowy owls. On Wednesdays in the school holidays, join our ranger and volunteer team as you go on outdoor adventures such as making wild art, bug hunting and animal print spotting. On Fridays through the school holidays, bring along your favourite teddy and something delicious to eat and have a teddy bear picnic in the Tudor Tent. There’s also a new indoor and outdoor family trail to do which will take you around the house and garden in order to complete your portrait apprenticeship and become a Master and receive your certificate. For all event details, please visit or to contact call 01822853607 or email Follow us on Facebook and Instagram.

made with the National Trust There's acres of outdoors to explore, activities to join in with and spaces where you can escape from it all so visit Buckland Abbey, Cotehele and Saltram for a summer to remember, whatever your age.

Š National Trust 2019 . Registered charity, No. 205846. Š National Trust Images \John Millar.

Unforgettable summer holidays

summer fun

Chilling on The Water Antony: A special place for all the family this summer Summer is here and there’s every reason to come out to play at Antony. Ditch the remote control, escape the city and keep the kids entertained with a packed programme of summer fun.There are activities, trails and games to suit all tastes so no one's getting bored. Try your hand at den building, miniature raft building and making ‘creative creatures’ from natural materials in the garden, all led by a National Trust gardener who will be able to show you the best spots for foraging unusual leaves, seeds, mosses and more. Will your den pass the water test? Will your tiny vessel float on the Japanese pond? Take up the challenge to find out.

Each time you visit you might discover something new and you help us keep looking after Antony for ever, for everyone.

Getting out on the water, on a warm evening, is one of the best ways to relax and Plymouth Boat Trips has it covered this summer. From lazy sundowner cruises, to early evening Jazz themed sailings to picturesque village of Calstock, there’s something for everyone.

From lazy sundowner cruises, to early evening Jazz themed sailings to picturesque village of Calstock, there’s something for everyone. The essential start to your summer evenings, whether winding down from work or before an evening out, Plymouth Boat Trips’ 1 ½ hour Sundowner Cruise sails up the River Tamar, taking in Plymouth’s stunning coastline views. Sit back and destress, with a complimentary glass of prosecco or bottled beer, on board, as you listen to the water lapping and some chilled summer tunes.

There are loads of opportunities to do some of the National Trust’s ‘50 things to do before you’re 11¾’ including 4: Build a den, 12: Have fun with sticks, 16: Wear a wild crown & 35: Discover what’s in a pond. This is your chance to get to know the garden in a new way & go on an adventure of your very own. Grown-ups prepare to have fun too as the garden is a shock of colour with borders of catmint and roses and blooming formal displays in the summer garden. The celebrated landscape gardener, Humphry Repton, designed the garden at Antony with its sweeping views down to the river Lyhner. Join a ‘Glorious Garden Tour’, led by a National Trust gardener to find out more. Antony is a home with a heartbeat, the Carew Pole family have lived on the site for over six hundred years & they still live in the house today. Expect to find the personal touch as you look around historic rooms which are still used. Remember to come back and see the change of the seasons, indulge in another cream tea or see something different like conservation-inaction. Each time you visit you might discover something new and you help us keep looking after Antony for ever, for everyone. 01752 812 191 See the website for further details about what’s on including a full list of opening times.

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Or why not take a longer trip to soak up the laid back, summer atmosphere on the evening Jazz cruise to Calstock. Organised in partnership with Plymouth Jazz Club, a live Jazz Band plays the coolest soundtrack as you set sail through the lush, green Tamar Valley. This idyllic evening trip also includes a free drink at the bar and a one hour stop at the quaint Cornish village of Calstock, dominated by the stunning, historic viaduct of 1908. You can also pre-book a Cornish pasty, to add a real taste of the South West to your trip. To find out more and book tickets go to:

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Beach Cleans and Rockpooling Throughout August

Ocean Giants: Past & Present Summer Holidays July 24th to September 2nd Go big this Summer at the UK’s largest Aquarium. The NMA have a colossal celebration of everything enormous! Not only will they be diving into the world of Ocean Giants living in the Ocean today, they’ll be exploring Ocean Giants that lived millions of years ago in our seas. From the biggest Blue Whales (the largest animal to have ever have lived on our planet) to the mighty Megalodon (the massive extinct

If the sun shines this Summer and you’re heading to the beach why not meet up with the Aquarium’s Ocean Conservation team and get involved one of their many rockpooling and beach clean up events? Find out what lives in local rockpools, play fun beach games and then help keep the area tidy by helping them give the beach a clean.

shark that was around 18 metres long!), the NMA will showcase these amazing Ocean Giants as well as some of the not so giant ones that live in the NMA’s massive exhibits. With a special Ocean Giants show at 1pm daily, a new interactive Dive Show, a family trail around the building, massive marine models and fun shows, games and feeds, there’s something for everyone!

Sea’cret Garden Open from July

When the rain comes the National Marine Aquarium is a great place to visit, but from this Summer they’re also going to be Plymouth’s best kept sea’cret when the sun shines! Anyone who visits the Aquarium (and receives a complimentary Year Pass) will be able to use their new and improved Sea’cret Garden!

Summer Boat Trips Every Saturday in August With the mission of connecting people with the Ocean, what better way to connect with the Ocean than to go out on them! Join the NMA on a boat trip exploring the stunning Plymouth Sound every Saturday throughout August. Discover the wonders of the Ocean, learn about its habitat and the animals that live and visit it. Hosted by the Aquarium’s Marine Biologists and Ocean Conservationists, you’ll explore the history and nature of Plymouth’s stunning natural harbour. All tickets come with Aquarium entry for the day of your trip so why not make a day of it?

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Sleeping with Sharks Sleepover 16th August

If you really want to push the boat out this Summer, then why not book onto one of the NMA’s Sleeping with Sharks Sleepovers? These overnight events will be an evening you’ll never forget. Explore their underwater world afterhours, see what their thousands pf animals get up to at night and enjoy a midnight snack with a film in front of the giant Eddystone tank. But be warned, with an evening as fun as this, you may not get much sleep!

With stunning views overlooking the sea, fun kids games, a play area and outdoor drinks bar, you can relax and unwind in the Summer sun. Plus, throughout August there will be evening events planned to watch the sun set over the Sound!

Did you know? The National Marine Aquarium is famous for being the UK’s biggest and one of the best aquariums. But, did you know that they’re run by the Ocean Conservation Trust, a charity dedicated to connecting people with the Ocean. To find out how you can support the Ocean Conservation Trust, and the amazing work they’re doing, head to If you’re looking for more information on all the National Marine Aquarium’s events and activities, or to book onto them, more head to



holiday clubs

YMCA’s Holiday Club Guarantees fun – with or without the sun! We all know British summer is unpredictable to say the least and planning the right activities to keep children occupied throughout the holiday can be a headache, never mind praying for the weather! However, YMCA Plymouth has had parents covered and kids occupied throughout the holidays for over 40 years, and with their Holiday Club running for over 20! The club is one of the oldest in the city and one of the most affordable, offering day sessions from just £15. The club is open to young people aged 8-16 and hosts all kinds of exciting activities, that include a range of sports, games and trips. The club enables young people to get the most out of their summer holiday with fun and structured activities led by a team of friendly and experienced staff. Activities range from team games like quidditch and dodgeball to indoor activities like ‘street surfing’. The club takes advantage of YMCA’s two huge sports halls meaning activities are completely weatherproof, and also has an off-site daytrip once a week. YMCA Plymouth believes it’s the club’s variety of activities combined with their friendly and enthusiastic staff that has made the club so successful. Stacey Ferris, Youth Manager says: “We make sure we offer a range of different activities that any children can take part in, whatever their ability or interests. We do something new every day of the club so it’s always fresh and interesting throughout the week.”

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One of the aims of holiday club is to get young people moving and interacting with each other, something which can sometimes be difficult in today’s age of iPads and Xbox’s! However, the club provides a great way to ensure children can make the most of their holiday and are spending less of their time in front of a screen. Stacey says, “It’s really important for young people to interact and be active, the types of activities we offer aren’t like PE in school but are fun and varied meaning even children who don’t typically like sport can be involved and have fun!”

“My children love all the staff and always have fun at the club, it’s something they look forward to each half-term.” As well as Holiday Club, YMCA Plymouth is joining forces with Special Olympics to offer a free inclusive activity day on 8th August for young people with an intellectual disability. This free session is a showcase for YMCA Plymouth and Special Olympics specialist additional needs club that runs every Wednesday after school. The free activity day is a great chance for parents and children to find out more about the club and other inclusive activities at the YMCA. As well as the activity day, Holiday Club is accessible

to many children with additional needs, due to their specialist trained staff. Parents are encouraged to contact the YMCA to discuss the suitability for any child with an additional need wanting to come to Holiday Club. Parents say YMCA Plymouth’s Holiday Club is unique due to its friendly and varied activities at such an affordable price. As well as this, the centre is Ofsted registered and all staff have relevant qualifications, first aid training and DBS checks. Gemma, a mum of two children that attend the club says, “My children love all the staff and always have fun at the club, it’s something they look forward to each halfterm.”

To find out more about holiday club this summer, call YMCA Plymouth on 01752 201918 or visit holidayclub

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Get your skates on this Summer at Plymouth Pavilions Ice Rink

Loola Land is the perfect way to entertain the kids this summer.

If you’re looking for a way to cool off this summer and fancy something a little different, get your skates on because Plymouth Pavilions ice rink offers the only permanent skating facility in the South West!

If the weather doesn’t hold out this Summer you may need some options of what to do with the kids!

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 term and holiday time. Check out our timetable and the range of sessions we offer at, 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. 01752 93 63 63

Well with the National Marine Aquarium’s ‘Loola Land’ Soft Play area it could be the perfect way to keep the kids entertained for hours. Open every day at the heart of the NMA, this funfilled offering is available for toddlers to ten-year olds! Loola Land Soft Play available for children from toddlers to ten-year olds (heights of 2’8’’ (80cm) to 4’3’’ (130cm) . Plus, adults can take a moment to unwind with a hot or cold drink and a bite to eat in the new adjacent snack bar. Featuring the National Marine Aquarium’s alien mascot, Loola, this new zone is located at the heart of the NMA, it’s perfect for the kids to let off some steam during an Aquarium trip.

Loola Land Entry Prices

Weekdays – £1.75 an hour Weekends and School Holidays – £2.75 an hour Loola Land is also avialble for private parties, please contact the Aquarium for more details: 0844 893 7938 or visit the website:

Keep cool this summer -go underground at Kents Cavern 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 signifi cant artefact is a 38,000 year old human jawbone; Europe’s oldest human fossil. Tours of the cavern are led by entertaining guides concluding in an underground exhibition chamber. Plenty goes on outside for the family with a Stone Age themed woodland trail, kids archaeological dig, hands-on cave art walls and regular appearances by Cavogthe- Caveman during school holidays. There is a superb gift shop, good restaurant and relaxing gardens. Spectacular coastal

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walks, along the South West Coast Path, beginning and end at the caves. Summer highlights include: 24 - 31 August

Cave Cinema Underground Film Festival Brand new for 2019!

Our pop-up underground cinema offers a unique experience like no other! Kents Cavern's story extends back over 400 million years. It's been home to ancient humans such as Neanderthals and Ice Age animals including woolly mammoths, bears & lions. The caves are home to beautiful chambers formed over two million years ago; you'll be immersed in this incredible environment as you're entertained!

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Jump: It’s all about having fun!

At Jump, children are free to be as energetic and active as they wish. In this safe but exciting environment, they develop physical and social skills, co-ordination and balance and at the same time their imaginations run wild. We actively encourage parents to join in with the fun.

Plymouth Jump has a fantastic play-frame, an enormous infl atable, an indoor football pitch and a zone just for toddlers. Your child can enjoy the amazing facilities, which are packed into 19,000 square feet of laughter and adventure. We also offer themed party rooms, a café and different activities every day. Jump’s themed parties are fantastic, actionpacked,and fun. Each is an adventure in its own right, a special experience that the birthday child, and his or her guests, will always remember. That’s why they’re so popular, with children and parents. From the moment the birthday child arrives we take care of everything from gathering the party children together at the beginning to making sure they all have a big smile on their face when saying goodbye! Party prices start from just £10* per child and all parties include: • Jump Birthday Present for the Birthday Child - Fantastic Unlimited 1 Month Play Pass or Family Day Pass • FREE Birthday Child~ • FREE Adult Admission • Party Invitations • Unlimited Play • Party Activities (Laser party activity includes exclusive use of Jump!) • Party Food • Balloons • Jump Party Host If your child has lots of friends to invite, not to worry, we have brilliant news! For all weekend/ holiday Activity and Laser parties with 20 children or more you will also receive a 10% discount as well as not having to pay for the birthday child! *Afterschool Party only, not to be used in conjunction with any other offer. ~Terms and Conditions Apply

For more details on these and more activities, at jump, call: 01752 782415 or go online:

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CLIP ‘N CLIMB PLYMOUTH LAUNCHES EPIC NEW SYSTEM This summer, Clip ‘n Climb in Plymouth has launched a brand-new scoring system on each and every one of the centre’s 44 vertical challenges, so that climbers can record their speed and race to the top against themselves and others in a competition for the best score.

You can also take advantage of some of the amazing offers the centre has available, including a Summer Pass that gives customers SIX climbing sessions for just £49 The system, which takes speed, strength and endurance into account, is completely exclusive to the Plymouth centre - as it is launching and being tested for the very first time in any Clip ‘n Climb across the world. You can also take advantage of some of the amazing offers the centre has available, including a Summer Pass that gives customers SIX climbing sessions for just £49 - which can be used any time throughout the summer school holiday period. If parents also want to go to work knowing that their child is safe and having fun, then they can sign them up for Clip ‘n Climb’s

Summer Club, where they can have a full day of climbing, food, competitions and games for just £49 (full day) or £29 (half day). To book, simply visit the Clip ‘n Climb website and click on the drop-down menu to see the latest offers: Alternatively, email: info@clipnclimbplymouth. or call on 01752 717567.





Our Summer Pass gives you six climbing sessions for just £49, saving you £26! - which can be used any time throughout the school holidays.

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Sign up to our Holiday Club and get a full day of climbing, food, competitions and games!

£29 HALF DAY £49 FULL DAY For more information on any of the above, visit the Clip ‘n Climb website:

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Mount Batten Watersports and Activities Centre

There’s a huge range of land and water based activities you can enjoy at the Mount Batten Watersports and Activities Centre this summer. From sailing to stand-up paddleboarding, kayaking to multi adventure days, to simply enjoying breakfast, coffee, cakes or lunch in The Lookout, there’s something for everyone at the Mount Batten Watersports and Activities Centre.

ages 7 to 11 during the six weeks of the school summer holidays – each day includes three different activities including abseiling, orienteering, raft building, bellboating and soft archery, a packed lunch and lots of fun, and is £36.95 per person.

Try something new!

The Centre are running a variety of two hour try sessions on selected dates during the summer which start from just £27.50 per person and are the perfect opportunity for you to try something new. All equipment is provided – all you need to do is book your place online or by phone and then arrive at the Centre with a towel, suitable shoes and lots of enthusiasm! The sessions are suitable for ages 8+ for TryKayak and 11+ for TrySUP. And once you’ve experienced one of our TrySUP sessions you’ll probably want to SUP slightly further afield – so join one of our SUP Tours! We'll do some SUP-skilling to propel you along your way as we explore either the River Plym or, conditions permitting, into Plymouth Sound. Please note this session is for minimum age 16 years. Spaces are limited on our SUP Tours so you are guaranteed to be in a small group! £32.50 per person for a three hour tour. The Centre also hosts Kayak Tours – explore Plymouth Sound from the water and see the City’s historical and picturesque waterfront from a different perspective. The Kayak Tours last for three hours or five hours and start from just £32.50 per person. The minimum age is 8 and under 12s must be accompanied by an adult. For the five hour kayak tour the minimum age is 14 and is £45 per person.

Multi Adventures and multi fun!

For the younger adventurers, the Centre hosts a range of Multi Adventure Days for

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The Lookout

Perhaps you’re enjoying walking the South West Coast Path or the Mount Batten peninsula this summer – fantastic, the Centre is situated right on the coast path – pop in and enjoy food and drink in The Lookout with superb views of Plymouth Sound and waterfront. The Centre are proud to be one of Plymouth's Plastic Free Pioneers and are continually working hard to reduce, and remove, single use plastic at The Lookout. The Lookout is open at 9am daily for breakfast, cakes and lunch and serves soft and hot drinks. The Lookout also has a bar serving a wide range of wines, beers and spirits.

Make your Mount Batten moments this summer! We want you to make your Mount Batten moments with us this summer – to head home and tell your friends and family of the fun you’ve had, of the new experiences you’ve enjoyed and for those memories to last a lifetime. To find out more and to book any of our activities this summer please visit, call 01752 404567 or email

Don’t forget to share your #mountbattenmoments with us on social media too!


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The Tenant Fee Ban Explained Jack Merriott, Director, Cross Keys Estate Agents

With the price of property nearly at an all time high, a lot of people are looking at the rental situation instead of committing to purchasing, this gives them some more flexibility over where they can live as they can rent a property in an area that they probably couldn’t afford to buy. With the recently introduced tenant fee ban and the limitations that this is bringing to the residential lettings industry, time and conditions have never been better for a tenant. In the past the traditional process for a letting agent has been to make a charge for processing a tenants application to rent. An “Assured Shorthold Tenancy” (AST) would be put in place by the agent with a minimum term of six months, after this initial six month period, the tenancy is still in place on a monthly basis until such time as either the landlord or the tenant puts in their notice. This is the most common way, however in the past some of the corporate companies used to issue two months notice to all their tenants on the fourth month so that the tenancy ends in line with the end of the six month period, even if the tenant had no intentions of leaving. When the tenant then said that they

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did not want to leave and where happy to continue the tenancy, the agent would charge them another administration fee to process a new AST. If the tenant decided that they did not want to incur the additional cost and therefore leave the property, the agent would remarket the property, claim a new fee from both the landlord and the new tenant that would take the property, a win win situation for the agent. A lot of the big national lettings firms went around acquiring many of the smaller companies in recent years in order to swell the number of properties that they would have on their books and give them more opportunity to multiply their income from these recurring tenant fees. This is the situation that the government is trying to stop, unnecessary repeat fees being charges to the people that are least able to afford them, the tenants. Cross Keys Estates have never used this practice, nor do we condone the use of it by other agents. It is unfortunate that the government has brought in this blanket ban instead of targeting the repeat fee companies. We are already seeing that some rent prices are being increased in order for some of these bigger companies to try to reclaim some of this lost income and the only people who will suffer will be the tenants as cost will soon be similar to the sales side and near to record levels. A small two bedroom house used to rent for between £550 to £595 per calendar month, now the

same houses are current getting a rental figure anywhere between £650 and £695 a month. One myth that most people have about landlords is that they have lots of properties and make lots of money from the most vulnerable sector of the society buy charging large rents. This for a large percentage of Cross Keys landlords is simply not true. A lot of landlords have maybe only one property that they rent out, some only have this because the down turn in the sales market when prices crashed meant that they would be in negative equity if they were to sell so instead they kept the property and rented it out so that the rent would just about cover any outlay that they had on it, thus giving them the ability to buy another home for them to live in. This is still the case in some areas. There are, of course, some landlords that do have multiple properties and indeed do make a living from this industry, but it is my experience that nearly all the landlords that I have ever met or had dealings with, are really nice, kind and understanding people that are offering a valuable service to a country that has a very real housing shortage.

It’s no secret that the UK population is ageing. Currently there are 11.8 million people in the UK over the age of 65, which is forecast to rise by 20% over the next decade. In addition, the number of people aged 90 or over is set to almost double in the next 10 years. This means that the time spent in ‘retirement’ will also lengthen, underpinning the crucial need for age-appropriate homes. The gap between the potential pool of demand and current supply is stark. Present stock (from age-restricted over-55s housing to housing with care) comprises 725,000 homes, which equates to just c.2.6% of the total housing stock in the UK. According to Knight Frank’s recent forecasts, the total value of the private senior living market will climb 40% to £55.2bn by 2023, from £39.6bn in 2019 - with growth being underpinned by these demographic shifts and increased investment from both the UK and overseas. This month we also published our first Senior Living Survey, which asked 2000 over-65s about their priorities when it comes to property. The findings reveal that location is by far the most important factor for over 65s when choosing a property, with 56% of respondents highlighting this as a priority. This is followed by affordability and size of the property. Respondents also indicated a clear inclination towards town centre living, with 75% stating the distance from a senior living village to a town centre was important to them. These findings highlight clear opportunities for senior living developers to design schemes that appeal to this growing sector. In fact, 37% of respondents to the survey said they found the prospect of living in a senior living scheme attractive, representing huge potential for market growth.

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Private senior living market forecast to grow by almost 40% by 2023

For those looking to downsize, Knight Frank are currently marketing the luxurious Charlecote Apartments which offer, two bedroom apartments in the sought-after area of Lansdown. Prices from £510,000. All have parking but garaging is available to purchase. For something more suited for the city centre living, we have only one fabulous two bedroom apartment remaining at our One Tram Yard on Walcot Street, with allocated parking. It is a must see at £950,000. For further information about local schemes available to move into, please contact Knight Frank 01225 325 999

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One in ten people now own a second property

If you were born in the 1980's, you may be one of just 37% of people who managed to buy a home by the age of 29. Compare that with 50% of those born in the 1960s.

Younger people who are rich can afford a second home a sign that property wealth is not distributed fairly across the country. Buy-to-let is now the most common form of property wealth, having grown by 58% since 2006-08, the report found. Interestingly, millennials match the levels of second home ownership than those in other generations, suggesting that only younger people who are rich can afford a second home - a sign, according to the foundation, that property wealth is not distributed fairly across the country.

Recent research from think tank, Resolution Foundation, has found that the number of British people who own a second home, buy-to-let or overseas property has doubled since 2001. While the number of young adults who own a home continues to fall, one in 10 people now own an additional property.

While young people in particular are less likely to own their own home than previous generations, those that do own are more likely to have more than one property. In some instances, these second properties are inherited and therefore passed down through the family, rather than purchased. Of those that have the funds for a second property, most private landlords invested in residential property to provide for their future and their family's in the form of supplementing a pension or establishing a business.

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Traditional barn conversions with contemporary features.

Hareston Farm Barns Yealmpton PL8 2LD An exceptional development of 14 barn conversions with 1, 2 & 3 bedrooms. • • • •

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Suburban living and a sense of community at Barratt Homes' Redwood Heights

Find your dream home with Bovis Homes, Sherford Sherford is a new community in the heart of Devon. The town will be the perfect mix of traditional Georgian style architecture, paired with contemporary design and is set to become one of the most thriving market towns in the region. Sherford is designed to be self-sustainable and so will offer a variety of community facilities which shall include a health centre, town hall, library, theatre and sports centre. The first of the schools, Sherford Vale Primary School is now open and has welcome their first students through the door. Located in one of the country's most picturesque locations which is renowned for beautiful country landscapes and coastlines, it is ideal for residents seeking a quieter country lifestyle with easy links to the city.

How we can help:

If you are a first-time buyer considering your first step onto the property ladder, or if you are looking to make your next move in the market, we can help!

- Help to Buy - Equity:

The Government-backed shared equity scheme where you need just a 5% deposit and a 75% mortgage, with a 20% equity loan from the Government. This is available on selected properties up to £600,000 at Bovis Homes developments in England.

- Home Exchange:

Bovis Homes could buy your property from you, allowing you to reserve the home of your choice. We could also help. by purchasing a property further down the chain. Please note, terms and conditions apply.

- Smooth Move:

Bovis Homes could deal with the estate agents on your behalf and cover the costs of selling your existing home.

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There will be footpaths and cycle routes placed around Sherford taking residents through a 500 acre parkland and woodland. Sherford will also offer environmental initiatives such as community gardens, allotments, wildlife corridors and bat bridges. Not too far away is the iconic Smeatons Tower Lighthouse on The Plymouth Hoe which hosts public events all year round including the spectacular British Fireworks Championships. Royal William Yard, the formal Royal Naval Dockyard, is also close by boasting a range of bespoke find dining establishments plus a museum and art gallery which host a range of public events throughout the year.


Sherford town is set to have three primary schools, one of which opened their doors for the first time in September and there will also be one secondary school. There are a number of colleges in nearby Plymouth offering a variety of subjects as well as being home to two universities; The University of Plymouth - ranked in the top 2% of universities in the world and The University of St Mark & St John, one of the UK's top universities for student satisfaction.


As Sherford is designed to be self-sustainable it will be home to an employment and retail space of over 80,000m2 making basic shopping easily accessible for residents. Just a short drive away is Plymouth's shopping centre Drake Circus which offers over 60 national stores and restaurants. The newly modernised Exeter city centre which is under an hour away also offers many national retailers as well as quirky shops and independent restaurants.


Sherford, situated between Plymouth and the South Hams, is ideally located in the county of Devon. The A38, know as the Devon Expressway, is only minutes away and provides easy links to the city of Plymouth.

Redwood Heights is a collection of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes in Plympton. If you are looking for a suburban lifestyle with a great sense of community, then Redwood Heights is the location for you. Redwood Heights has excellent transport networks to Plymouth city centre and quick access to the Devon Expressway, linking you to Cornwall and Exeter. Plympton is a short drive away from Dartmoor and the charming walks around Plymbridge woods. Plympton is home to a number of sports including football and cricket. The local swimming pool and gym are located in the high street. If you prefer a less energetic form of leisure activity there are a number of local shops, restaurants and pubs such as The Chaddlewood, where you can enjoy a drink and food. Plymouth is only a 15 minute drive from Redwood Heights, a vibrant waterfront city packed full of attractions, activities, shopping, entertainment and sightseeing. Come rain or shine you’ll find something for everyone among the city streets, surrounding countryside, the marine environment and beyond. The historic Barbican and Sutton Harbour are the heart of the city’s heritage. A vibrant place with cobbled streets, narrow lanes and more than 200 Listed Buildings that are home to a wide range of cosmopolitan boutique shops, galleries, pubs, cafes and restaurants. The A38 is 5 minutes away by car and Plymouth train station just 25 minutes drive away with direct links to Cornwall, Exeter and London Paddington. There are a variety of bus routes to various locations throughout Plymouth and the South Hams. Enjoy a the balance of city and country living, with everything on your doorstep.






Find out why new Sherford community Sherford is the perfect place to call home Taylor Wimpey is urging buyers around Plymouth to visit Sherford and find out why the new town is the perfect place to climb the housing ladder.

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Sherford is an entirely new community outskirts that has been carefully designed to make sure residents have everything they might need right on their doorstep. From new homes with architecture inspired by RD Plymouth,classic Georgian style, acres of green space and cycle paths to new schools, community facilities and shops, Sherford is one of the mostjust exciting more than a and sustainable developments in theit UK. velopment, is a

unity being built For buyers looking to secure their first home, skirts of Plymouth. Sherford is both a place to settle and to ge of homes to the future. The Government-backed look to mebuyers,Help visitto Buy scheme is available at the d more about this so buyers can secure their development, home with just a 5% deposit. Couples and elopment. young families can get onto the housing

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Sycamore, Juniper and Flatford housetypes. 2 967 832 New Sherford residents can put down roots in one of these homes, become part of the growing community and eventually move on to one of the larger properties such as the five-bedroom Willow townhouse.

“Thankfully, Sherford has everything you need to make your first, second and even third steps on the housing ladder. Our fantastic range of homes includes options 2 of your journey through life. for every stage New schools mean your children won’t need to go far for their education and the range of COPLESTONE communityHEIGHTS facilities, from shops and cafes to parks and play areas, mean you can really Allern Lane, Tamerton call Sherford your home.

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“With Help3,to4Buy thenew dream of & 6available bedroom owning your own home within reach, homes now is available! Visitso we’d urge anyone interested in becoming us now to view our show part of the Sherford community to drop in findsales out team is and talk tohomes us now.and Our to expert morebuyers aboutthrough this exciting ready to guide the process and makenew the move as simple and development in stressfree as possible.” Tamerton Foliot.

3, 4 & 6 bedroom For more information on Help to homes Buy and the Sherford development Call 01752visit 421 748 england/devon/plymouth/sherford.


Melissa Langton, Sales and Marketing Director at Taylor Wimpey Exeter, said: “As a first time buyeronly. it can be tough to decide es used for illustrative purposes Images may include optional g to press. where to make your first move. There is so much to think about, from finding the right

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Whether it be a new or pre-owned home, there is a distinct advantage to buying around the festive season. If you are organised and prepared to be flexible then you could grab yourself a bargain. Inside our September/October 'Property' section, we give tips and advice on how to buy over the Christmas period as well as showcase some of the areas best new homes developments.

Discover a new way of life at Kier Living's 'The Vines' The Vines, is a joint venture development built in partnership with Sovereign Housing. The development will comprise of a mixture of two, three and four bedroom homes positioned in one of Elberton’s most desirable locations, Nightingale Close; nestled within a quiet culdesac with outstanding far reaching views. It is not difficult to understand why there is already been a lot of interest. The village of Elburton sits within the parish of Plymstock, approximately 5 miles outside the Ocean City of Plymouth. The village provides an array of independent local shops, highly recommended schools and bus route. The location of ‘The Vines’ is perfect; located on the edge of the beautiful South Hams, whilst being near to the Devon Expressway leading to the M5, Exeter Airport and all destinations further afield. From charming coastal terraces to a contemporary detached home, all our houses have modern design elements and essential traditional features. Some homes include fitted cupboards or a connecting garage for additional storage or usable space, while they all have convenient ground or first floor WCs. Every home includes a ten-year warranty from the NHBC alongside ecoconscious insulation materials and heating systems, to keep your best interests at heart. Kier Living will be offering three different house types that definitely appeal to all; The two bedroom Hazel is alive with light, the three bedroom Beech offers spacious living throughout and the four bedroom Oak, really has it all. Whereas Sovereign Housing will offer the opportunity to purchase a shared ownership home or homes to rent. For more information regarding rental homes, please contact the Sovereign Living Contact Team on: 0300 330 0718 or For more details on new homes at the Vines, contact 07812 623558 or visit the website:

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Book an appointment today Normal Taylor Wimpey terms and conditions apply. Images used for illustrative purposes only. Images may include optional upgrades at additional cost. Prices correct at time of going to press. Please speak to our sales executives regarding the tenure of our new homes. * £10,000 discount only available off selected plots. Visit Sherford on the 13th and 14th July, between 11am and 5:30pm, to find out which homes are included. Offer only available on 13th and 14th July at Sherford, Plymouth.




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2 COPLESTON HEIGHTS Allern Lane, Tamerton Foliot, Plymouth, PL5 4PP 3, 4 & 6 bedroom new homes now available! Visit us now to view our show homes and to find out more about this exciting new development in Tamerton Foliot. 3, 4 & 6 bedroom homes Call 01752 421 748 #taylorwimpey Normal Taylor Wimpey terms and conditions apply. Images used for illustrative purposes only. Images may include optional upgrades at additional cost. Prices correct at time of going to press.

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