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The new year brings with it some fantastic shows and events in Plymouth.
When getting married the 'where' is one of the most important decisions you have to make, It can structure all the other aspects with couples planning their entire day around their dream venue.
We highlight everything from comedy to music, exhibitions to festivals within our what's on section. We speak to Joel Dommett about his UK Tour, plus you can win tickets to see him live at Plymouth Pavilions. We also ďŹ nd out what is happening at the Barbican Theatre and National Trust locations.
We offer some top tips on what to take into consideration when choosing the venue, plus local wedding venues give you reasons why they can make your dreams come true.
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We take a look at Health and Wellbeing, asking local experts to give us their tips and advice on how to make 2018 a year for positive change.
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Along with the likes of Valentine's and Burn's Night on the horizon, we talk to MasterChef's Gregg Wallace about his campaign to get familiers eating healthier.
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what's on now – 8 Jan Le Navet Bete & Barbican Theatre present : A Christmas Carol The Plymouth Athenaeum www.barbicantheatre.com The inimitable Le Navet Bete (The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Robin Hood, The Jungle Book, Dracula: The Bloody Truth) are back for their seventh Christmas in Plymouth with their hilarious and unique take on the classic A Christmas Carol, co-produced with Barbican Theatre, staged at Plymouth's much loved Athenaeum theatre. Times and Prices vary, please see website for details
now – 13 Jan The Enormous Turnip Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com Living in their tiny shed squeezed in amongst the garden tools, Mr and Mrs Chickweed’s amazing prize-winning vegetables have taken over everything! Times and Prices vary, please see website for details now – 13 Jan Peter Pan Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com Take a fairy tale flight to Neverland next Christmas in the swashbuckling family adventure Peter Pan. Join our high-flying hero as he transports the Darlings on an adventure they will never forget. With amazing flying effects, barrels of laughter, magic and fairy dust, join Peter and the lost boys and set sail in the ultimate pirate pantomime adventure complete with all of the ingredients audiences know to expect in this swashbuckling festive treat. Times and Prices vary, please see website for details
15 – 20 Jan Hairspray Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com It’s Baltimore, 1962 where Tracy Turnblad, a big girl with big hair and an even bigger heart, is on a mission to follow her dreams and dance her way onto national TV. Tracy’s audition makes her a local star and soon she is using her newfound fame to fight for equality, bagging local heartthrob Link Larkin along the way! Featuring the hit songs Welcome To The 60s, You Can’t Stop The Beat, The Nicest Kids in Town and many more. Times and Prices vary, please see website for details
23 – 27 Jan Son of a Preacher Man Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com Three broken hearts, one Soho hang-out, and the only man who could ever help them… Welcome to the Preacher Man, the swinging 1960s Soho joint where the kids danced the night away to the latest crazes and dared to dream of love, while the legendary owner, The Preacher Man himself, dispensed advice to cure the loneliest of hearts. Times and Prices vary, please see website for details 25 Jan - 10 Feb Napoleon Disrobed Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com One of the UK’s most unique theatre companies creates this poignantly moving and wryly humorous re-imagining of the final years of Napoleon Bonaparte. Using their trademark comic physicality Told by an Idiot discover the absurdity of trying to retrieve time, and glory. An irreverent and hugely playful show exploring
Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella what it is to lose immense power but gain personal freedom; to transition from one identity to another, and to lose public face. Following their collaboration on the smash-hit My Perfect Mind (‘there’s nothing quite like it… wild and funny with a serious core’ 4 stars The Times) Told by an Idiot Artistic Director Paul Hunter will take the role of Napoleon under the direction of award-winning actor and director Kathryn Hunter. Times and Prices vary, please see website for details 27 Jan Katherine Ryan Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com What does Canada’s first woman to have a worldwide Netflix special have in common with Britain’s first woman to have a worldwide Netflix special? They are both single mothers with too many pets. And they are both Katherine Ryan. Time: 8pm Prices: £ 22.00 27 – 30 Jan Plymouth's Titanic Exhibition 2018 The Duke of Cornwall www.plymouthandtitanic.weebly.com The exhibition will showcase a fascinating selection of artefacts and memorabilia relating to RMS Titanic and White Star Line, the shipping company that created her. The items on display will include White Star dishes and cutlery, and original drawings and documents. Times and prices vary, see website for details 30 Jan – 3 Feb Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com Following the sold-out and critical success of The Red Shoes and Sleeping Beauty, New Adventures return to the Theatre Royal Plymouth with one of their most popular and beloved productions, Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella – a thrilling and evocative love story, set in London during the Second World War, which forms part of the company’s 30th anniversary celebrations. Times and Prices vary, see website for details
Joel Dommett 2 Feb Ed Byrne Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com I originally intended to call the show, “I’ll Millennial You in a Minute”, but my promoter considered the title, “off-puttingly baffling”. That’s my own chainsaw in the photo, by the way. Is life that bad or have we good reason to complain about it? Are we filled with righteous anger at a world gone wrong or are we all just a bunch of whiny little brats? In short, are we spoiled? Come and watch as Byrne takes this question, turns it upside down and shakes it until the funny falls out. Go on, spoil yourself. Time: 8pm Prices: £ 26.40 6 – 10 Feb The Royal Shakespeare Company: Hamlet Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com A student is called home from university to find his life turned upside down. He had the world at his feet, but now everything has changed. Who can be trusted, who can be believed? Times and Prices vary, please see website for details 13 – 17 Feb The Importance of Being Earnest Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com The Importance of Being Earnest by the master of comedy Oscar Wilde, makes a welcome visit to Plymouth society in this wonderfully witty, deliciously decadent and classic revival from The Original Theatre Company. Times and Prices vary, please see website for details 16 Feb Joel Dommett Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Joel Dommett: Live is the comedian’s biggest tour to date, with sell-out shows across the UK since it began with a two night run at London’s Hammersmith Apollo in September, with a raft of
Bill Bailey extra shows added to date to cater to demand. Join I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! 2016 runner-up Joel for another show of engaging storytelling and stand-up in which Joel serves up unbelievable stories (that he really promises are true this time!), confetti cannons and even a musical number! Time: 8pm Prices vary, please see website for details 18 Feb The Big Day Wedding Show Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Celebrate the best of the South West's Wedding Community. See more details and win tickets to this years event on page 26 - 28. Time: 10am 20 Feb Paul Weller Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com 2017, marks the 40th anniversary of Paul Weller’s first album, In The City, which he released with The Jam in May 1977. For most artists such a landmark would be greeted with extensive retrospective celebrations: lavish reissues and all that jazz. But Paul Weller is not like most artists, instead releasing a new studio album, because releasing new albums is what Paul Weller does. Always moving forward, almost clinically averse to nostalgia or checking his progress in the rearview mirror. And so, continuing his never-ending creative peak, Paul Weller releases his eagerly awaited 13th studio album A Kind Revolution and announces a UK Arena tour for 2018. Time: 7.30pm Prices: £ 46.75 22 Feb – 10 Mar Clockwork Canaries Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com Tatiana’s father, a struggling inventor, has designs on the unfortunate feline, naming the cat Count Frederick Sebastian and setting to work on an ingenious contraption to humanise the creature. The cat is of a murderous disposition,
developing a taste for a neighbour’s prized canaries – but canary slaughter is not the only suspicious activity being investigated at the Dressler residence. Death-fixated Tatiana fears the worst is just around the corner. Times and Prices vary, please see website for details 23 – 24 Feb Bill Bailey Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Larks in Transit is a compendium of travelers’ tales and the general shenanigans of twenty years as a travelling comedian. With musical virtuosity, surreal tangents and trademark intelligence, Bill Bailey tackles politics, philosophy and the pursuit of happiness. Plus, he fashions a symphony from a ringtone, tells the real story of Old McDonald, and a re-imagines the Stars and Stripes. Time: 8pm Prices: £ 30.25 26 Feb - Mar 3 Art Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com Three men. Three friends. One white painting. ART is one of the most successful comedies ever. ART is the WINNER of Olivier, Tony, Moliere and every other major world theatre award. ART is a masterpiece. Times and prices vary, see website for details 2 – 4 and 8 – 11 March Michael McIntyre Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Britain’s biggest comedian Michael McIntyre is set to return to the stage with his eagerly awaited new tour and this time he is going global! Michael McIntyre’s Big World Tour will see Michael perform to arenas across the UK and Ireland in 2018 as well as revisiting Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa and Norway and heading to America, Canada, Switzerland, Iceland, Sweden, Malta and the Netherlands for the first time.
what's on Light on a fascinating guided walk with our City and Maritime Heritage Curator. You can even climb the 93 steps to the top of the lighthouse as part of it.
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As building, construction and development work continues to progress join CEO Paul Brookes for an update on The Box, Plymouth in our Lunchtime Talk on 9 January. Or why not come and get a glimpse of it for yourself in one of our Hard Hat Tours on 26 January and 23 February?
Learn more about how people’s rights have changed in our recent past in two revealing Lunchtime Talks in February. On 6 you can ﬁnd out how a newly amalgamated Plymouth was impacted by the new voters in the 1918 election. On 20 the history of LGBT representation in the city will be explored as part of LGBT Month.
‘Lighthouses, Bridges and Breakwaters’
Start your New Year with ‘Museum On Tour’
We’re starting 2018 with a series of exciting exhibitions, national celebrations and unusual events.
Remember to stop off on Floor 4 to see our display about The Box, Plymouth, complete with ﬁlm clips from the South West Film and Television Archive.
Celebrating ICE 200
Throughout 2018, the Institution of Civil Engineers will be marking its 200th anniversary and we have an exhibition and a series of events that will enable you to learn more.
Shopping just got more interesting
Experience the ‘Museum on Tour’ in one of Plymouth’s ﬂagship department stores. We have moved our ‘Plymouth - From Deconstruction to Construction’ exhibition to Floor 5 of the House of Fraser. The exhibition explores the almost total destruction of the city centre and the displacement of tens of thousands of Plymothians as a result of the Blitz and the radical new plan that was developed to enable its reconstruction.
From Monday 8 January come and see our ‘Lighthouses, Bridges and Breakwaters’ exhibition at the Sherwell Centre of the University of Plymouth campus. Discover more about some of Plymouth’s best examples of civil engineering and ﬁnd out about the new research that is currently taking place. The exhibition is free to view Monday to Saturday. We’ve also created an events programme designed to get you even closer to some of the city’s landmarks. On 17 January we’ll be hosting a Bite Size talk which looks at the civil engineering structures around Plymouth Hoe. On 23 January, Dr Alison Raby reveals how lighthouses are impacted by waves and how Civil Engineers monitor this in our Lunchtime Talk. On 31 January you can ﬁnd out more about the history of Smeaton’s Tower and the Eddystone
The Institution of Civil Engineers will be marking its 200th anniversary and we have an exhibition and great series of events planned for it. Lots of family fun
Climb to the top of Smeaton’s Tower and hear a tale about lighthouses on 27 January as we celebrate National Storytelling Week. We’ve got lots of half term fun on offer for families too in the coming weeks. Join us and our friends at STEM Hub, City College for an interactive session about the Breakwater on 14 February. Come and explore the depths of the ocean with us at the National Marine Aquarium on 15 February. On 16 February we’ll be hosting our ﬁrst Family Hard Hat Tour, where you can see The Box, Plymouth as it’s being developed.
It’s party time
Come and party like it’s the 1990’s on 17 February at our ‘Family Rave’. We’ll be joined by the critically acclaimed Big Fish Little Fish at the University of Plymouth’s Student Union. DJ Slipmatt will be banging out the tunes while you experience a dance ﬂoor full of bubbles, club visuals, glitter cannons and huge balloons. Book your tickets now! This is an event for all the family that you’ll be sure to remember. You can ﬁnd out more on pages 16 and 17. For full details, booking and admission information about all our exhibitions and events visit the What’s On section of www.plymhearts.org To stay up to date with the development of The Box visit www.theboxplymouth.com
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Rooms Bidders B dde s from om A stunning diamond ring has sold for a record collection of Rolex watches and some rare phone b dde s seve a hund ed wo dw de on ne as far as the middle east and the US competed e a empo o qu bus au e au e p o um e sum at Plymouth Auction Rooms. Bidders from A stunning ring has for a record ewe eediamond yyof depa men o Ph be oorare eeum mov ng as far as the middle east and the US competed phone bidders, several hundred worldwide online eriatemporro ejewellery aa empo o quibus qu bus aut au et esold aut aups et eng prorrum pdde o et e sum at a Plymouth Auction Rooms. 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Bidders from clocks that were on offer Auctioneer Paul Keen b dde and a sa e oom u o Ch nese co ec o ss for a remarkable 4 carat diamond ring that had F ve ephone b ds we e booked wo And ew Sp o em pe ume aspe o es umq uun os as far as the middle east and the US competed sum at a Plymouth Auction Rooms. Bidders from o he psw ch and hen Ches e sa e ooms for a remarkable 4 carat diamond ring that had Five Fto ve telephone ephone bids b ds were we e booked two wo days Mr M Andrew And ew Spicer Sp ce bidders, and a saleroom full of collectors lab ab intorem nehe ohe em perrumet pe ume litaspero aspe oChinese estrumq essalerooms. umq uuntios uun os as far as the middle east and the US competed to o the he Ipswich psw ch and then hen Chester Ches e salerooms. sa e ooms clocks that were on offer Auctioneer Paul Keen bidders, and a saleroom full of Chinese collectors Five telephone bids were booked two days Mr Andrew Spicer lab intorem perrumet litaspero estrumq uuntios as a as m dd e eas and he US compe ed been n same Wes Coun y am y o ove the Ipswich and then Chester Five telephone bids were booked two days Mr Andrew Spicer o a ema kab e 4 ca a d amond ng ha had lab intorem perrumet litaspero estrumq uuntios as a as he m dd e eas and he US compe ed been in ndelighted the he same West Wes Country Coun yofamily family am for oflown over ove to the Ipswich and then Chester salerooms. om London even ones had for ofrom ad remarkable kab eand 4West carat ca aa diamond d amond ring ng that ha had as far as the middle east and the US competed was the results which included a om London and even ones ha had flown ove been in the same for over be oema ee he sa e and hos o enqu es we eeove amus quaesequ be quam op a for a remarkable 4 carat diamond ring had M And ew Sp ce as far as the middle east and the US competed ee hen oowith owed 14 yea sha o eeythat aa an been in the same West Country family for over before be oau the he sale sa ewith and aCountry host hos of othat enquiries enqu es were we London and even ones flown over dit dThe autamus, au amus quaesequi quaesequ bero be oenquiries quam, quam optat op a que for a remarkable 4 carat diamond ring that had M And ew Sp ce There The then hen followed owed 14 years yea swhich of o had retail antique an que was the results included a from London and even ones had flown over before the sale and host of were dit autamus, quaesequi bero quam, optat Andrew Spicer a ema kab e 4 ca a d amond ng ha had fififty yrare yea she There then followed 14 years of retail antique before the sale and host of enquiries were been nndelighted same Wes Coun yythat am yythat o ove dit autamus, quaesequi bero quam, optat Mr Andrew Spicer oMr ave ema kab e 4West ca aCountry d amond ng ha had fio ya years. yea she There followed 14 years of retail om Be been in the same West Wes Country Coun family am for o£5,500, over ove for remarkable 4 carat diamond ring had English carriage clock selling for om Be ng M And ew Sp fifty years. ece hough he week by he auc onee ss busamus been in the same for over for a remarkable 4yea carat diamond ring had M And ew Sp ce ewe eethen yyng and ssilver ve be oo eeselling eefamily uu ng ooantique he fifty years. received ece ved thought hough the he week by the henn auctioneers. auc onee from Beijing. veribusamus. ve busamus been in the same West Country family for over jewellery ewe and sce ve before be ng to the hehave rare English carriage clock for £5,500, from Beijing. Mr Andrew Spicer A h ssved me o many peop e dec de o received thought the week by the auctioneers. veribusamus. been n he same Wes Coun yreturning am yythat o ove Mr Andrew Spicer jewellery and silver before returning to the A h me o yea many peop e dec de o have received thought the week by the auctioneers. fi y yea s veribusamus. been n he same Wes Coun y am o ove jewellery and silver before returning to the fifty fi y years. yea s At this time of year many people decide to have been in the same West Country family for over aThe ships marine chronometer at three ng was fina so ddas ooaat £32 400 ooeethree ow ng an At this time of finally people decide to have fifty years. been inring the same West Country family for over auc on wo d w hhyymany Bonhams n Ches nn ring ng was finally fina sold so for £32,400 £32 400 following ow ngan an fifty years. auction auc on world wo dyear with w Bonhams in n£6,500, Chester, Ches in a ships marine chronometer £6,500, so ou a home and esu o en find The was sold for fifiIt a ya yea ssout’ was pu chased nnraising 1961 om Pe eg auction world with Bonhams in Chester, in aThe so ou add home and a£32,400 esu onnfollowing en find The ring was finally sold for £32,400 following yregulator yea was purchased pu chased in 1961 from om Pellegrin Pe eg auction world with Bonhams in Chester, in ‘sort at home and as a result often find fifty years. clocks aaas £13,000, followed byan a It was purchased in 1961 from Pellegrin nn ens ve b ng ba a ‘sort out’ atem home and as ano result often find Sed u po Non sequam qu duc us fifty years. 2001 head ng he eeaaeeevan depa men cove ng ItJewe was purchased in 1961 from Pellegrin intensive ens ve bidding b dd ng battle. ba Sed ut u porem. po em Non ratia sequam quiducius qu duc uso 2001, 2001 heading head the he relevant evan department depa men covering cove regulator clocks raising ahey £13,000, followed hemsev es w h ems onge wan intensive bidding battle. Sed ut porem. ratia sequam quiducius eepu ssDaytona o Ma se e F ance The am yydiamond sstill 2001, heading the relevant department covering hemsev es wng hNon ems hey no onge wan oby ang intensive bidding battle. was chased n 1961 om Pe eg nnnes Sed ut porem. Non ratia sequam quiducius Jewellers Jewe of o Marseille, Ma se e France. F ance The family am s 2001, heading the relevant department covering It was purchased pu chased in n 1961 from om Pellegrin Pe eg themsevles with items they no longer want or Rolex at £8,000 and a lovely Jewellers of Marseille, France. The family still themsevles with items they no longer want or mos do um psum n p o ae mo o e o e It was purchased in 1961 from Pellegrin he No hhMarseille, Wes o Eng and and Wa es Jewellers of France. The family stillo ems mos dolum do um ipsum psum in nprorae prorae pu o aeand molore mo o eo nestiore, nes e It was purchased in 1961 from Pellegrin the he North No West Wes of o England Eng and and Wales. Wa es Rolex Daytona at £8,000 and a lovely diamond pe haps co ec Be o e you ge d any mos dolum ipsum in molore nestiore, was pu chased n 1961 om Pe eg n had he o g na he ece p o show ng ha the North West of England Wales. pe haps co ec Be o e you ge d o any ems Ed mo up a em do um aces s magn d Jewe e s o Ma se e F ance The am y s mos dolum ipsum in prorae molore nestiore, was chased n 1961 om Pe eg nooms had the he original o gaMarseille, na the he receipt ece pance for o aget showing show ng that ha the North West of England and Wales. Ed moluptat mo up rem em dolum do um ullacestis u aces magni magn id dstill Jewellers Jewe epu sof of ocollect. Marseille, Ma se France. Fullacestis The family am yid s items perhaps Before you of any It was purchased in 1961 from Pellegrin ring for £16,000. had the original the receipt for showing that Auc onee Pau Keen Ou auc on a ee perhaps collect. Before you rid of any items Ed moluptat rem dolum magni nus do o umqu b abo um uuos?rid Qu sthat max Jewellers France. The family still It was purchased in 1961 from Pellegrin had the original the receipt for showing Auctioneer Auc onee Paul Pau Keen ‘Our Ou auction auc on rooms are amus Ed moluptat rem dolum ullacestis magni id nus dolorumqui do ous umqu blaborum beehem abo um atur? aget ? Quis Qu sng max mus Jewellers of Marseille, France. The family still ring for £16,000. pe haps ake a ong a p o ess ona Auctioneer Keen ‘Our auction rooms are nus dolorumqui blaborum Quis imaximus Jewe e so o Ma F ance The am yyimaximus some 17 000 F ancs was pa o he pe haps ake hem a ong a pexped oooms ess ona Auctioneer Paul Keen ‘Our auction rooms are expe ov do oPaul a usam ommos had he o gg na he p odatur? show ng ha nus dolorumqui blaborum atur? Quis imaximus Ed mo up aaus em do um u aces ssau magn ddssthrilled Jewe e ses ocouple Ma se eece Fumque ance The am some 17,000 17 000 Francs F ancs was paid pa d for oo the he ring. ng experovit expe ov doloria do o ase tusam, usam ommos aut au exped had the he original na the he receipt ece p for showing show ng perhaps just take them along to a proffessional Ed moluptat mo up rem em dolum do um ullacestis u aces magni magn id Jewellers of Marseille, France. The family still some 17,000 Francs was paid for the ring. ya ab shed as he p osa buy se perhaps just take them along to a proffessional experovit doloria tusam, ommos aut exped a do o um e ve abo ep a em au had the original the receipt for showing that Another sat inqu the audience were a ac ed na ona and nn eeace na ona nha ee ucky es Ed moluptat rem dolum ullacestis magni id Jewellers of Marseille, France. The family still some 17,000 Francs was paid for the ring. fido m yon established es ab shed as he place pooapp ace to o buy and sell se experovit doloria tusam, ommos aut exped dolla do dolorum do o um et e verumque ve umque laborepratem abo ep athat em laut au had the original the receipt for showing that Itfifirmly attracted am ac ed national na ona and international na ona interest nand es Ed moluptat rem dolum ullacestis magni id auc on house o a ck a One firmly established as the place to buy and sell dolla dolorum et verumque laborepratem laut had he o g na he ece p show ng ha It attracted national and international interest had been ve y we ooked a e ocked n a auc house o a qu ck app a sa One ucky Ed mo up a em do um u aces s magn d firmly established as the place to buy and sell ma oss vo o pos n a c o es qu s a gna u some 17 000 F ancs was pa d o he ng dolla dolorum et verumque laborepratem laut expe ov do o a usam ommos au exped had he o g na he ece p o show ng ha It attracted national and international interest It had been very ve y well we looked ooked after, a e locked ocked in n a Ed mo up a em do um u aces s magn d maiossi ma oss volorpos vo o pos initiat n a lic c torest o es quis qu s alignatur a gna u some 17,000 17 000 Francs F ancs was paid pa d for o the he ring. ng auction house for a quick appraisal. 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aofine vThe ews S ves ead he way w ha h ee owho Plymouth Auction Rooms are delighted to for fine jewellery and paintings they are fugitiu stiur, od qui optat moditatiatet ng en sto o ensu e a op p ce was pa d The ring was owned by a lady in East Devon a good ou was b ough ong o one d n do a do up a assus u u es for selling fine jewellery and paintings they are pe ooselling ssco so o a vo um qu am o ﬁc o ﬁc be ng o fine b an cu h gh cclarity a yo and fugitiu stiur, od qui optat moditatiatet eos P ymou Auc on Rooms a e de gh ed o a us n sa e qu a nec ecesc aaeos sume ng ed en sto o ensu e a op p ce was pa d The ring was owned by a lady in East Devon who ewe e ya wa ch and sempe ve spec a a good colour. co ou It was brought b ough along a ong one d ned do a do up afor empe assus u u es perro pe ist, soloria so o anonsend volum vo um quiam, qu am ofﬁ o ﬁc cit ofﬁ o ﬁc ctu ufine views St. Ives lead the way oil we come o he eam M And ew Sp ce a being be ng of o a fine brilliant b an cut, cu high h gh cwith acit ythree and of oo P ymou h Auc on Rooms a ea de gh ed ou atus, a us nis n sof et e qui qu nonsendit nonsend la a nectecescia nec ecesc sume jewellery, ewe e yh watch wa ch and silver scut, ve specialist. spec a sto ingredients to ensure a top price was paid welcome we come to oqui their he team eam Mr M Andrew And ew Spicer; Sp ce a a good colour. It was brought along one of a so es ab shed o asc na ng auc ons ditinti dollati dolupta temperi assus, ut ulles perro ist, soloria volum quiam, ofﬁ ofﬁ ctu being of fine brilliant high clarity and results with an Omega ‘Snoopy’ Edition watch Plymouth Auction Rooms are delighted to nhe ed ng He aa he o g na ysto pu chased atus, nis et nonsendit la nectecescia sume ingredients to ensure a top price was paid jewellery, watch and silver specialist. abe good colour. It was brought along to one also a so established es ab shed o fascinating asc na ng auctions auc ons of o ditinti dollati dolupta temperi assus, ut ulles perro ist, soloria volum quiam, ofﬁ cit ofﬁ ctu welcome to their team Mr Andrew Spicer; a being of a fine brilliant cut, high clarity and of Plymouth Auction Rooms are delighted to inherited nhe ed ring. ng Her He father he originally o g na y purchased pu chased atus, nis et qui nonsendit la nectecescia sume jewellery, watch and silver specialist. pa n ngs a s ng an mp ess ve £6 000 A s udy welcome to their team Mr Andrew Spicer; a also established for fascinating auctions of ng o a fine b an cu h gh c a y and o inherited ring. Her father originally purchased ititit Pau Keen swa va ua on mo n ngs he d da yypos a a us n ssaya e qu nonsend a nec ecesc a sume also established for fascinating auctions of busam mo do ooeam nob ssla quae conse a good co ou was b ough a ong oo one we come o he M And ew Sp ce a pe o s so o a vo um qu am o ﬁc o ﬁc u be ng o fine b cu h gh c a y and o inherited ring. Her father originally purchased Paul Pau Keen’s Keen s valuation va ua on mornings mo n ngs held he d daily da at a a us n e qu nonsend a nec ecesc a sume ribusam busam il mo dolori do nobis nob quae conserit conse posti pos paintings raising an impressive £6,000. A study ewe e wa ch and s ve spec a s a good colour. co ou It was brought b ough along a ong to one of we come o he eam M And ew Sp ce a perro pe o ist, s soloria so o a volum vo um quiam, qu am ofﬁ o ﬁc cit ofﬁ o ﬁc ctu u being of fine brilliant cut, high clarity and of jewellery, ewe e y watch ch and silver s ve specialist. spec a s Paul Keen’s valuation mornings held daily at co ec o s ems atus, nis et qui nonsendit nectecescia sume ribusam il mo dolori nobis quae conserit posti de na u ep as nos eseque con e po po a good colour. It was brought along to one going at £6,300; however it was a local collector welcome to their team Mr Andrew Spicer; a om a ewe eenonsendit nnnos S aa oola ddnectecescia nncz he eeporpor 1960 ss perro ist, soloria volum quiam, ofﬁ cit ofﬁ ctu being of aen fine brilliant cut, high clarity and of Paul Keen’s valuation mornings held daily at collectors’ co ec ojeweller items. ems atus, nis et qui sume ribusam mo dolori nobis quae conserit posti jewellery, watch and silver specialist. dernati de na ureptas usby ep as nos eseque con et eaaod po po a good colour. ItRobe was brought along to one welcome to their team Mr Andrew Spicer; aao y000 from om a ewe in Stratford S in the he late 1960’s. 1960 perro ist, soloria volum quiam, ofﬁ cit ofﬁ o Lenk ew so o1960’s. £3 jewellery, watch and silver specialist. collectors’ items. dernati ureptas eseque con et a good ou was b ough a ong one from a in Stratford in the late P ymou hhyyiljeweller Auc on Rooms whe ee was nnctu pe o ssa so o vo um qu am o ﬁc o ﬁc u collectors’ items. accus aa um so umquo qu vo es Pau Keen smo va ua on mo ngs he da yypos dernati ureptas nos eseque con porpor ewe e wa ch and ssyea ve spec a set busam do o nob swhere quae conse a good co ou was b ough a ong o one from in Stratford in the late And ew has ove 30 yea ssnn expe ence n Plymouth P ymou Auction Auc on Rooms where whe itconse was initially y a pe oKa so othe vo um qu am ﬁc oporpor ﬁc u accus alibusc aco busc iatium um solumquo so umquo qui de voles vo es of Karen by Robert Lenkiewicz sold for £3,000 Paul Pau Keen’s Keen smo valuation va ua on mornings mo ngs held he dde daily da at aohe ewe e wa ch and ve spec a sd ribusam busam ilbusc dolori do o nobis nob swhere quae conserit posti pos Andrew And ew has over ove 30 years’ experience expe ence in n the heup a good colour. It was brought along to one of Plymouth Auction Rooms itqu initially perro ist, soloria volum quiam, cit ofﬁ ctu accus alibusc iatium solumquo qui de voles sequod as ssint n am num n hhofﬁ co e qu s1960’s. do Paul Keen’s valuation mornings daily at who outbid competition for the most jewellery, watch and silver specialist. ribusam ililjeweller mo dolori nobis quae conserit posti a good colour. It was brought to one of Andrew has over 30 years’ experience in the Plymouth Auction Rooms ithe was initially perro ist, soloria volum quiam, ofﬁ cit ofﬁ ctu accus alibusc iatium solumquo qui de voles sequoditas sequod as sua n am num nihiciet n cheld ewas qui qu si sin dolupta do a Paul Keen’s valuation mornings held daily at jewellery, watch and silver specialist. ribusam mo dolori quae conserit posti Andrew over 30 years’ experience the and ano he o Anna so d oalong £2 200 A so aup sequoditas sint am num nihiciet qui si Pau Keen ssmo on mo ngs d da yydolupta a va ued £15 000 oonobis £20 000 busam do o nob ssons quae conse pos eve sp dd m nnva on sequaep e onse quamus P ymou hhhas Auc on Rooms whe e was nnin yy sequoditas sint am num nihiciet qui si dolupta accus a busc aa um so umquo qu vo es Pau Keen va ua on mo n ngs he dede da ahe auc on wo ddove sstarting aa ng ou nn he Bond S ee valued va ued at £15,000 £15 000 to £20,000. £20 000 busam mo do o nob quae conse pos everspid eve sp mintion m sequaep erionse ein onse quamus and another of sold for £2,200. Also ao And ew has 30 yea ssn expe ence n Plymouth P ymou Auction Auc on Rooms where whe e itde was initially accus alibusc a busc iatium um solumquo so umquo qui qu de voles vo es auction auc on world, wo s Anna ng out ou the he Bond Street S ee Paul Keen’s valuation mornings held daily at Andrew And ew has over ove 30 years’ yea experience expe ence n the he valued at £15,000 to £20,000. These b mon h y auc ea u a hos ribusam il mo dolori nobis quae conserit posti everspid mintion sequaep erionse quamus u us s ess nc en s ma os e u ? Qu Plymouth Auction Rooms where it was initially interesting watch on offer a 1960’s Patek Philippe Auc onee Pau Keen we a e gh ed o have accus alibusc iatium solumquo qui de voles Paul Keen’s valuation mornings held daily at auction world, starting out in the Bond Street valued at £15,000 to £20,000. These bi b monthly mon h y auctions auc ons feature ea u e a host hos of o ribusam il mo dolori nobis quae conserit posti everspid mintion sequaep erionse quamus Andrew has over 30 years’ experience in the turitiustis u us s essinci ess nc entiis en s maios ma os et e etur? u ? Qui Qu Plymouth Auction Rooms where it was initially Auctioneer Auc onee Paul Pau Keen ‘we we are a e delighted de gh ed to o have accus alibusc iatium solumquo qui de voles auction starting out the Bond Street pa new ng omonthly Roxanne was bexpe d odelighted £13 600 Andrew has over 30 years’ experience in the These bi auctions feature a host of may be us a p n by was by L S Low y turitiustis essinci entiis maios et etur? Qui P ymou h Auc on Rooms whe e was n a yyng Auctioneer Paul Keen ‘we are to accus a busc a um so umquo qu de vo es These bi monthly auctions feature asL.S. host ofhave may be us a pnky n by was by L S Low y e aamay empo o qu bus au e au e p oooo um e va ued £15 000 oo £20 000 turitiustis essinci entiis maios et etur? Qui And has ove 30 yea ssin ence n he eve sp dd m n on sequaep e onse quamus P ymou hworld, Auc on Rooms whe e was neosa a Auctioneer Paul Keen ‘we are to have ewe e yhas depa men o Ph ps be e mov accus a busc a um so umquo qu de vo es eriatemporro e empo o quibus qu bus aut au et e aut au et e prorrum p um et e painting of Roxanne was bid to £13,600. auc on wo dd sstarting a ng ou nnexpe he Bond S ee valued va ued at £15,000 £15 000 to £20,000. £20 000 It be just a print by it was by Lowry And ew has ove 30 yea ence n he everspid eve sp mintion m n on sequaep erionse e onse quamus jewellery ewe e yg department depa men of o Phillips, Ph ps before be e moving mov ng Plymouth Auction Rooms where ititdelighted was initially auction auc on world, wo sa a ng out ou in the he Bond Street S ee nos a aasuch om D Toys o Meda Mode accus alibusc iatium solumquo qui de voles It may be just a print by it was by L.S. Lowry eriatemporro quibus aut et aut et prorrum et non es an od o ﬁca empo ece s h c us valued at £15,000 to £20,000. 18ct gold watch selling for £4,300. Andrew over 30 years’ experience in the hand ed s unn ng ng ou p e e everspid mintion sequaep erionse quamus Plymouth Auction Rooms where was initially jewellery department of Phillips, before moving And ew spec a ses n an que and pe od nostalgia nos a g from om Dinky D nky Toys to o Medals Meda s to o Model Mode accus alibusc iatium solumquo qui de voles eriatemporro quibus aut et aut et prorrum et auction world, starting out in the Bond Street non rest es ant, an odi od ofﬁ o ﬁca cat emporeceris empo ece s et e hictius h c us valued at £15,000 to £20,000. Andrew has over 30 years’ experience in the handled hand ed such a stunning s unn ng ring, ng our ou pre p e sale sa e everspid mintion sequaep erionse quamus jewellery department of Phillips, before moving Andrew And ew specialises spec a ses in n antique an que and period pe od Twe ve pa n ngs by B an Po a d a ound auction world, starting out in the Bond Street nostalgia from Dinky Toys to Medals to Model and d o en mes es ma e s week a non rest ant, ofﬁ cat emporeceris et hictius va ued a £15 000 o £20 handled such stunning ring, pre sale F ve ee ephone b ds we e booked days Andrew specialises in antique and period eve sp d m n on sequaep e quamus nostalgia from Dinky Toys tooonse Medals to Model and so d oCo en mes es ma e hdays sS week a ab n o pe ume aspe es umq uun non rest ant, odi ofﬁ cat emporeceris et hictius on wo d ssba a ng ou n he Bond ee e aasand empo o qu bus au e au e p ooee um e va ued a £15 000 otimes £20 000 handled such aodi stunning ring, our pre sale o he psw ch and hen Ches e sa ooms Five Fauction ve telephone ephone bids ds were we eChester booked two wo days Andrew specialises in antique and period eve sp dworld, m n on sequaep e onse quamus lab ab intorem n oso perrumet pe ume litaspero aspe o estrumq es umq uuntios uun os Twelve paintings by Brian all found ewe e yem depa men o Ph ps be ooh ee mov ng and sold for ten estimate this week at auc on wo d a ng ou nPollard he Bond S ee eriatemporro eauc empo o quibus qu bus aut au et e000 aut au et eour prorrum pwo um et e os to o the he Ipswich psw ch and then hen Chester Ches e salerooms. sa ooms valued at £15,000 to £20,000. jewellery ewe e yem department depa men of o Phillips, Ph ps before be moving mov ng Five telephone bids were booked two Sh ps and ec ab es Co ns everspid mintion sequaep erionse quamus and sold for ten times estimate this week at lab intorem perrumet litaspero estrumq uuntios up a empe a um ssit ped ma on starting out in the Bond Street assessmen p oved o be accu a e and he ac eriatemporro quibus aut et aut et prorrum et valued at £15,000 to £20,000. to the Ipswich and then salerooms. ewe e y w s and pocke wa ches and Five telephone bids were booked two days Ships Sh ps and Collectables Co ec ab es Coins. Co ns everspid mintion sequaep erionse quamus lab intorem perrumet litaspero estrumq uuntios jewellery department of Phillips, before moving sandit, sand illupta up a temperat empe a ium um s ped maion ma on auction world, starting out in the Bond Street assessment assessmen proved p oved to o be accurate accu a e and the he fact ac eriatemporro quibus aut et aut et prorrum et to the Ipswich and then Chester salerooms. jewellery, ewe e y wrist w s and pocket pocke watches wa ches and buye s w h he op p ces go ng o wo Pub jewellery department of Phillips, before moving Ships and Collectables Coins. £3 500 sandit, illupta temperat ium sit ped maion assessment proved to be accurate and the fact be o eee he sa e and a hos o enqu es we e jewellery, wrist and watches and e a empo o qu bus au e au e p o e Ships and Collectables Coins. £3 500 d au quaesequ oo quam aa F ve ephone b ds e booked wo days sandit, illupta temperat ium sit ped maion ewe e yyem depa men o Ph be oop e mov ng ab n oamus pe ume aspe oops es umq uun os assessment proved to be accurate and the fact hen oo owed 14 yea ssquam, o e a an que before be ocu the he sale sa e awe host hos of oaut enquiries enqu es were we ee un jewellery, wrist and pocket watches and e a empo o qu bus au ewea au epass p o um ee dit dThe au amus quaesequi quaesequ bero quam, quam optat op buyers with the top prices going two Pub oo he psw ch and hen Ches e sa ee ooms Five F ve telephone eve ephone bids band ds were we e booked two wo days £3,500. ewe e depa men opocket Ph ps be eum mov ng lab ab intorem n o em perrumet pe ume litaspero aspe estrumq es umq uuntios uun os There The then hen followed owed 14 years yea of o retail efor a antique an que to the he Ipswich psw ch and then hen Chester Ches e salerooms. sa ooms before the sale and a host of enquiries were eriatemporro quibus aut et et prorrum £3,500. dit autamus, quaesequi bero optat um ea con pa um ha um vo up a Five telephone bids booked two days jewellery department of Phillips, before moving he a ucky ady w be ng hh so on ss mas lab intorem perrumet litaspero estrumq uuntios There then followed 14 years of retail antique sautamus, wa e w h mo ee han a ng n es nn before the sale and awere host of enquiries were eriatemporro quibus aut et aut et prorrum et dit autamus, quaesequi bero quam, optat to the Ipswich and then Chester salerooms. culparum cu pa um ea con parum pa um harum ha um volupta vo up aCh erunti e un Five telephone bids were booked two days jewellery department of Phillips, before moving the he apa lucky ucky lady ady will wmore be wearing wea ng this sop on Christmas Ch mas lab intorem perrumet litaspero estrumq uuntios There then followed 14 years of retail antique silverware, she ve wa e with w h more mo than han passing pass ng interest net es in scenes a £700 each The Nava ses udy by to the Ipswich and then Chester salerooms. culparum ea con parum harum volupta F ve ephone b ds we e booked wo days a lucky lady will be wearing this on Christmas ece ved hough he week by he auc onee silverware, with than a passing interest ab n o pe ume aspe o umq uun ve busamus be o eee he sa e and a hos o enqu we eeessos culparum ea con parum harum volupta erunti o psw ch and hen Ches e sa e ooms d au amus quaesequ be ompo quam aa F ve e ephone b ds we e booked wo days the a lucky lady will be wearing this on Christmas ewe e yem and ssilver ve be o eeof e uua nn ng o he received ece ved thought hough the he week by the he auctioneers. auc onee silverware, with more than aweek passing interest in ab n o pe ume aspe o es umq uun os veribusamus. ve busamus scenes at £700 each. The Naval study byerunti Some no ab e a sa es h sse uded he The hen o owed 14 yea ssquam, o e aaoptat an que before be oqu the he sale sa e and a host hos of o enquiries enqu es were we othe he psw and hen Ches e sa enc ooms dit d autamus, au amus quaesequi quaesequ bero be ompo quam, quam optat op jewellery ewe e yem and sbids ve before be o returning ng to oantique the Five telephone bids were booked two days Some no ab e a sa es h week nc uded hein There The ethe hen followed o owed 14 years yea of oes retail e antique an que received thought the week by the auctioneers. Auc onee Pau Keen we have seen a huge lab intorem perrumet litaspero estrumq uuntios veribusamus. b an o ma co omn ss nc a a em before sale and a host enquiries were to the Ipswich and then Chester salerooms. Day she an added bonus dit autamus, quaesequi bero Five telephone were booked two days jewellery and silver before returning to the co ns meda sart and A Deco b onzes received thought the week by the auctioneers. Auctioneer Auc onee Paul Pau Keen ‘we we have seen ahe huge lab intorem perrumet litaspero estrumq uuntios veribusamus. Some notable art sales this week included the There then followed 14 years of retail qui qu blanto bthen an osch ma corit, co omnimpo omn ssinctatatem ss nc a ahuge em before the sale and a host of enquiries were to the Ipswich and then Chester salerooms. Day is she an added bonus.’ bonus dit autamus, quaesequi bero quam, optat jewellery and silver before returning to the coins, co ns medals meda s and Art A Deco bronzes. b onzes P ymou h Lee Woods so d ve y we a £950 Some notable sales this week included the There then followed 14 years of retail antique Auctioneer Paul Keen ‘we have seen a qui blanto ma corit, omnimpo ssinctatatem be o e sa e and a hos o enqu es we e Day is an added bonus.’ The ng was fina y so d o £32 400 o ow ng an coins, medals and Art Deco bronzes. d au amus quaesequ be o quam op Auctioneer Paul Keen ‘we have seen a huge ece ved hough he week by he auc onee s qui blanto ma corit, omnimpo ssinctatatem The e hen o owed 14 yea s o e a an que ve busamus be o e sa e and a hos o enqu es we e Day is an added bonus.’ auc on wo d w h Bonhams n Ches e n The ring ng was finally fina ya sold so for o £32,400 £32 400 following ooo ow ng an coins, medals and Art Deco bronzes. d au quaesequ be o quam op agenem Plymouth’s Woods sold very well at £950 a ge S meon S o d pa n ng a £4 000 an sh ewe eeamus yn and ssilver ve be oo ee ee u nn ng he received ece ved thought hough the he week by the he auctioneers. auc onee soan The eon hen oLee owed 14 yea sin o e a an que veribusamus. ve busamus auction auc world wo d with w h Bonhams in n Chester, Ches e in n before the sale and a host of enquiries were a ge S meon S a o d pa n ng a £4 000 an sh jewellery ewe y and s ve before be returning u ng to the he The ring was finally sold for £32,400 following up ecen yea s n demand o co ec o s dit autamus, quaesequi bero quam, optat ea con p que s que sed s secea d e received thought the week by the auctioneers. There then followed 14 years of retail antique veribusamus. before the sale and a host of enquiries were auction world with Bonhams Chester, in The ring was finally sold for £32,400 following an uplift up in n recent ecen years yea s in n demand for o collectors’ co ec s dit autamus, quaesequi bero quam, optat large Simeon Stafford painting at £4,000, an Irish jewellery and silver before returning to the eari ea con plique p que sit s que sedis sed s secea digenem d genem et e received thought the week by the auctioneers. There followed 14 years retail antique veribusamus. auction world with Bonhams inof Chester, in and athen McG ego scene a£4,000, p ed large Simeon Stafford painting at an Irish jewellery and silver before returning to the A hough he vase had been bad yyso damaged and uplift in recent years in demand for collectors’ eari con plique que sedis secea digenem et ece ved hough week by he auc onee ss an nn ens b dd ng ba eeevan A hough he vase had been bad damaged and ve busamus uplift in recent years in demand for collectors’ Sed u po em Non a aao sequam qu duc us The ng was fina ysit so dd o £32 400 o ow eari con plique sit que sedis secea digenem eta ewe e yyDuncan and ssw ve be e e n ng o he ece ved hough he week by he auc 2001 head ng he e depa cove ng intensive ens ve bidding b dd ng battle. ba ve busamus Sed ut ucon po em Non ratia aac sequam quiducius qu duc us and ave Duncan McGregor scene also tripled pa n ng by Mau ce W ks ha had 8 phone nes auc wo ddMaurice hhhe Bonhams nu Ches e n ng The ng was finally fina ysBonhams sold so for o £32,400 £32 400 following o ow ng an Although the vase had been damaged and ewe e and ve be ofor eby ea ubadly n ng o he 2001, 2001 heading head ng the he relevant e evan department depa men covering cove ng received thought the week the auctioneers. pa n ng by Mau ce W ks ha had 8 phone auction auc on world wo with w Bonhams in n Chester, Ches eonee in intensive bidding battle. ems We now a wo dw de b dde ooan Although the vase had been badly damaged and veribusamus. Sed ut porem. Non ratia sequam quiducius p sporem. a abo sso ssmen seque p The ring was finally sold £32,400 following jewellery and silver before returning to the received thought the week by the auctioneers. 2001, heading the relevant department covering H sconsequ o h ca ee aagn nc ude a intensive bidding battle. items. ems We now attract a ac worldwide wo dw de bidders bma dde for veribusamus. Sed ut porem. Non ratia sequam quiducius painting by Wilks that had 8 phone lines, auction with in Chester, in ipiciis pring cgh sworld ati a consequ aboris abo s£32,400 alignis a gn ma seque pra pnes ay The ring was finally sold for following an jewellery and silver before returning to the 2001, heading the relevant department covering Highlights H gh gh sconsequi of ow his h sBonhams career ca ee so far include nc ude annssce expec agh ons ahis £1 painting by Maurice Wilks that had 8 phone lines, auction world with in Chester, in had some ma o es o a on wo kke a n items. We now attract worldwide bidders for ipiciis ati consequi alignis ma seque pra The ng was so d o £32 400 o ow ng an Highlights of career so far include a had some ma es o a on wo was ce a n items. We now attract worldwide bidders for mos do um psum n p o ae mo oo nes oous ee nn ens ve dd ng ba e ipiciis ati consequi aboris alignis ma seque pra auc on wo d h Bonhams n Ches e Sed u po em Non aass050 ao sequam qu duc The ng was fina so d o £32 400 owas ow ng an he No h Wes o Eng and and Wa es Highlights of his career so far a mos dolum do um ipsum psum in prorae paboris ae molore mo emen nestiore, nes expectations at £1,050. £5 700 wo Low yyn gned p n sng so d o 2001 head ng he eesigned depa cove ng intensive ens ve bidding btwo dd ng battle. ba eevan had some major restoration work itpsam was certainly auc on wo dfina w hyyin Bonhams nha Ches esold n Sed ut u porem. po em Non ratia a sequam quiducius qu duc us the he North No hsb West Wes of obattle. England Eng and and Wales. Wa es The ring was finally sold for £32,400 following £5 700 wo Low gned p n sinclude ha so dove oan 2001, 2001 heading head ng the he relevant evan department depa men covering cove ng a so o co ec ab es h ng om oun a nn y had some major restoration work itha was certainly mos dolum ipsum prorae molore nestiore, um ea n end bea o a eeAny deb sc psam intensive bidding auction world with Bonhams in Chester, in Sed ut porem. Non ratia sequam quiducius The ring was finally sold for £32,400 following an the North West of England and Wales. co ec on o w s wa ches so d o all a sorts so s of o collectables. co ec ab es Anything Any h from om fountain oun a mos dolum ipsum in prorae molore nestiore, £5,700, Lowry prints that for 2001, heading the relevant department covering ium um ea niendi n end beatiorate bea o a debiscipsam, deb sc intensive bidding battle. auction world with Bonhams in Chester, in Sed ut porem. Non ratia sequam quiducius the North West of England and Wales. collection co ec on of o wristwatches w s wa ches that ha sold so d for o over ove £5,700, two Lowry signed prints that sold for 2001, heading the relevant department covering an que and da ed om he Kangx Pe od all sorts of collectables. Anything from fountain ium ea niendi beatiorate debiscipsam, n ens ve b dd ng ba e Auc onee Pau Keen Ou auc ooms a eeIt ng collection of wristwatches that sold for over an que and da ed om he Kangx Pe od Sed u po em Non a a sequam qu duc us all sorts of collectables. Anything from fountain nus do ooum umqu b abo um a u ??on Qu snestiore, max mus ium ea niendi beatiorate debiscipsam, 2001 head ng he e evan depa men cove mos do psum n p o ae mo o e nes o e n ens ve b dd ng ba e Auctioneer Auc onee Paul Pau Keen ‘Our Ou auction auc on rooms ooms are a collection of wristwatches that sold for over Sed u po em Non a a sequam qu duc us nus dolorumqui do umqu blaborum b abo um atur? a u Quis Qu s imaximus max mus £3 500 £2 800 a Be y Cook p n Leopa d he No h Wes o Eng and and Wa es antique and dated from the Kangxi Period. 2001 head ng he e evan depa men cove ng mos dolum do um ipsum psum in n prorae p o ae molore mo o e nes o e intensive bidding battle. £3 500 £2 800 a Be y Cook p n Leopa d the he North No h West Wes of o England Eng and and Wales. Wa es Auctioneer Paul Keen ‘Our auction rooms are pens o S a Wa s Ho ny Ra way and even antique and dated from the Kangxi Period. It Sed ut porem. Non ratia sequam quiducius nus dolorumqui blaborum atur? Quis imaximus 2001, heading the relevant department covering mos dolum ipsum in molore nestiore, intensive bidding £500 000 w hhbattle. he op examp ee be ng a Pa ek Auctioneer Paul Keen ‘Our auction rooms pens, pens to opWest Star S a Wars Wa sprorae ,top Horny Ho ny Railway Ra and even Sed ut porem. Non ratia sequam quiducius nus dolorumqui blaborum atur? Quis imaximus £3,500 and £2,800, a Beryl Cook print ‘Leopard the North of England and 2001, heading the relevant department covering mos dolum ipsum in prorae molore nestiore, £500,000 £500 000 with we the he op example examp being be ng aare Patek Pa ek The su se o he Auc on came when he £3,500 £2,800, a Beryl Cook print ‘Leopard the North West of England and Wales. came up o auc on a P ymou h Auc on Rooms pens, to Star Wars ,,top Horny Railway and even fiAuc m ya es ab as he p ace ooWales. buy and se £500,000 with the example being a Patek came up oshed auc on a P ymou hway Auc on Rooms mos do um psum n p ae mo o e nes e pens, to Star Wars Horny Railway and even do a do o um umque abo ep aaand em au onee Pau Keen Ou on ooms a he No h Wes o Eng and Wa nus do o umqu b abo um a u ?? Qu snes max mus firmly fithe m yas established es ab shed as the he place p ace to buy sell se £500,000 with the top example being ao Patek mos do psum n p oand ae mo o e oslaut e dolla do dolorum do oand um et e verumque ve umque laborepratem abo ep em laut au The surprise of the Auction came when the Sk n a £1 200 a Joan G ch es o g na a Auctioneer Auc onee Paul Pau Keen ‘Our Ou auction auc on rooms ooms are a came up for auction at Plymouth Auction Rooms he No h Wes o Eng and and Wa es nus dolorumqui do umqu blaborum bve abo um atur? a u Quis Qu ses imaximus max mus Sk n a £1 200 a Joan G ch es o g na aeeand firmly established as the place to buy sell p co T mpo so d sso a eeauc now n demand came up for auction at Plymouth Auction Rooms mos dolum ipsum in prorae molore nestiore, dolla dolorum et verumque laborepratem ea em me end psam que sed mod quamen Auctioneer Paul Keen ‘Our auction are North West of England and Wales. nus dolorumqui blaborum atur? Quis imaximus Ph ppe comp ca ed ch onog aph w wa ch firmly established as the place to buy and sell plastic pecen as cum Timpo T mpo soldiers so dJoan are a now in nrooms demand and mos dolum ipsum in prorae molore nestiore, dolla dolorum et verumque laborepratem laut Skin’ at £1,200, a Gillchrest original at eatem ea em ime me endipsam end psam que sed mod quameni quamen Auctioneer Paul Keen ‘Our auction rooms are the North West of England and Wales. nus dolorumqui blaborum atur? Quis imaximus Philippe Ph ppe comp ca ed chronograph ch onog wristwatch, w wa ch b dd ng o Be yeeches Cook apes ya wen way Skin’ at £1,200, a Joan Gillchrest original ate sa o Ch nese po ce n The sa e oom plastic Timpo soldiers are now in demand and eatem ime endipsam que sed mod quameni onee Pau Keen Ou auc on ooms a fine ewe e yye and wa We a ab e o Philippe complicated chronograph wristwatch, ecen sa ecomplicated ohe Ch nese po ce ne The sa e oom nus do o umqu b abo um a u ? Qu sa max mus plastic Timpo soldiers are now in demand and omn sses none omn sc an aes do up u bus fiAuc m yjewellery ab shed as he p ace o buy and se eatem ime endipsam que sed mod quameni do a do o um e ve umque abo ep em Auc onee Pau Keen Ou auc on ooms aau e fine ewe e3974 and watches. wa ches We are aQuis eaph able ab ehM to oslaut Philippe complicated chronograph wristwatch, nus do osale umqu b abo um aWe u ?to Qu saaand max mus omnis omn nonet none omnisci omn sc antiaes an aes dolupta do up turibus u bus bidding for the Beryl Cook tapestry went way £6 500 and Ku Jackson a £3 200 firmly finus m ydolorumqui established es ab shed as the he place pem ace o buy and sell se recent of Chinese porcelain. The saleroom dolla do a dolorum do o um et e verumque ve umque laborepratem abo ep em laut au Auctioneer Paul Keen ‘Our auction rooms are £6 500 and Ku Jackson a £3 200 fine jewellery and watches. are able to make some nc ed b e sums recent sale of Chinese porcelain. The saleroom nus dolorumqui blaborum atur? imaximus omnis nonet omnisci antiaes dolupta turibus aspe u vo esequ exped g n c a firmly established as the place to buy sell dolla dolorum et verumque laborepratem Auctioneer Paul Keen ‘Our auction rooms are mode a ove £220 000 The own fine jewellery and watches. We are able to make some incredible nc ed b e sums.’ sums blaborum atur? Quis imaximus omnis nonet omnisci antiaes dolupta turibus £6,500 and Kurt Jackson at £3,200. asperitiur, aspe u vollesequi vo esequ tem em expedig exped g nihicia n h c a firmly established as the place to buy and sell dolla dolorum verumque laborepratem laut model mode 3974, 3974 at aave over ove £220,000. £220 000 The Milltown Mbus own y beyond expec ons The shhdo eThe na ve apes £6,500 and Kurt Jackson at £3,200. was Ch nese co o ssmp many had make some incredible sums.’ asperitiur, tem expedig nihicia fip m yyjewellery ab shed as he p ace o buy and se omo eenone a sset wo dw de w many ove seas model 3974, at over £220,000. was uall o Ch nese co ec oabo many had a do o um e umque ep em au make some incredible sums.’ up o a u ape es eossus u an fine ewe e yyoo and wa ches We a eeeos ab e o asperitiur, vollesequi tem expedig nihicia omn sses omn sc an aes up a u fipromote m es ab shed as he pec ace o buy and se pdo omo all a lots worldwide wo dw de with w many overseas ove seas model 3974, at over £220,000. The Milltown do a do oItatur um eaperest ve umque abo ep aoverseas em au doluptio. up ou Itatur a uvollesequi aperest ape es eossus ut u eos ant an beyond expectations. The simple naïve tapestry fine ewe eo and watches. wa ches We are a able ab eMilltown to oa was full of Chinese collectors, many had omnis omn nonet none omnisci omn sc antiaes an aes dolupta do up aa turibus u bus firmly established as the place to buy and sell promote lots worldwide with many was full of Chinese collectors, many had dolla dolorum et verumque laborepratem laut doluptio. ut eos ant qu bus demqu ssom exp accae O ae ae ne fine jewellery and watches. We are omnis nonet omnisci antiaes dolupta turibus firmly established as the place to buy and sell T us sdemquis o Man co ec on o Geo an promote all lots worldwide with many dolla dolorum et verumque laborepratem laut doluptio. Itatur aperest eossus ut eos ant tquibus qu bus demquis demqu explaccae. exp accae Otaeriaera O ae ae a net ne fine jewellery and watches. We are able to omnis omnisci antiaes dolupta turibus Trust, T sdemquis o Man collection co ec on of o Georgian Geo an ha had been comp eeossus ed o Be yable soverseas sggto sdene eon and ave ed down London The cond o tquibus explaccae. Otaeriaera net fine ewe e yye and wa ches We a e ab e o b ssnonet now ng om us Trust, Isle of Man collection of Georgian ave ed down om London The cond on o omn ssus none omn sc an aes up a u bus h gend exp n a nem non pa ssintem n em p omo eeauc a oe sof wo dw de w hhado many ove seas tquibus explaccae. Otaeriaera net up o a u ape es eossus u eos fine ewe eIsle and ches We a e ab e o bidders bdo dde now buying buy ng from om us'. us Trust, Isle of Man collection of Georgian omn none omn sc an aes do up a u bus hilligendit hdde gend expla exp a nia n awa nem non pa seos nable em dene that had been completed for Beryl’s sister and The p ev ous week some o he op London promote p omo all aItatur lots obuy sa worldwide wo dw de with w many overseas ove seas travelled down from London. The condition of doluptio. do up o Itatur a u aperest ape es eossus ut use eos ant an fine jewellery and watches. We are to The p ev ous week some oodolupta he op London bidders now buying from us'. The onee sswa a so spec n he d sposa travelled down from London. The condition ofan omnis nonet omnisci antiaes turibus hilligendit expla nia nem non pa sintem dene qu ssauctioneers a que qu e m nc am es qu san au occum promote all lots worldwide with many overseas doluptio. aperest eossus ut ant fine jewellery and watches. We are able to m n a u e s ve e a ove £250 000 and bidders now buying from us'. The auctioneers auc onee also a so specialise spec a se in n the he disposal d sposa omnis nonet omnisci antiaes dolupta turibus hilligendit expla nia nem non pa sintem dene The previous week some of the top London quis qu alique a que liqui qu te e minciam m nc am esti es quis qu s aut au occum promote all lots worldwide with many overseas doluptio. Itatur aperest eossus ut eos ant miniature m n a u e silverware s ve wa e at a over ove £250,000 £250 000 and an was on y expec ed o se a ew hund ed The previous week some of the top London he vase d d no de e de e m ned b dde s and The also specialise in the disposal quis alique liqui te minciam esti quis aut occum p omo e a o snot wo dw de w h many ove seas miniature silverware at over £250,000 and an he vase db dd no de enow de emon m ned b dde sxed and do up a u ape es eossus u eos an The auctioneers also specialise in the disposal p o occus ve um quae na ug vo up aa as b ssonly now ng om us quis alique te minciam esti quis aut occum h gend exp a n aa nem non ssintem n em dene p omo eo aItatur obuy wo dw de w hpa many seas miniature silverware at over £250,000 and an do up o a u ape es eossus uaaspe eos an pro pdde o occus verrum ve um quaernat quae na fugia ug voluptatias vo up as was expected to sell for aut few hundred ewe e ssexpla o ng d scove ed n a m bidders b dde now buying buy ng from om us'. us the vase did deter determined bidders and ita hilligendit h gend expla exp a nia n nem non pa svoluptatias nthey em dene promote lots worldwide with many overseas The auctioneers are inviting consignments ewe eall bbuying dsliqui o ng d scove ed nove a m xed o ma o co ec ons Las h hey so d o the vase did not deter determined bidders and ita doluptio. aperest eossus eos ant pro occus verrum quaernat fugia qua emquam audae o e ee au es d aaand bidders now from us'. hilligendit nia nem non pa sintem dene promote all lots worldwide with many overseas A Deco b onze by B uno Zach en ed he of o major ma o collections. co ec ons Last Las month mon h hey sold so d of o doluptio. Itatur aperest eossus ut eos ant pro occus verrum quaernat fugia voluptatias jewellers bid for a ring discovered in a mixed quatemquam, qua emquam audaero audae o rerferspelit e spe autes au es ditata d bidders now buying from us'. hilligendit expla nia nem non pa sintem dene Art A Deco bronze b onze by Bruno B uno Zach, Zach entitled en ed “the The auctioneers are now inviting consignments pounds Howeve co ec o s hough d fiden jewellers bid for a ring discovered in a mixed fina y so d o a ema kab e £11 400 of major collections. Last month they sold of quatemquam, audaero rerferspelit autes ditata b dde s now buy ng om us Wh s P ymou h Auc on Rooms a e we known Art Deco bronze by Bruno Zach, entitled “the fina ynow so dauc o a ema kab eug £11 400 h gend exp a n a nem non pa ssose n em of major collections. Last month they sold ofhe ea n musdae ese mos ve es um sup m sum quatemquam, audaero rerferspelit autes ditata p oo occus ve um quae na a vo up aadene as b dde so now buy ng om us Whilst Wh s Plymouth P ymou h Auction Auc on Rooms are a e well we known Art Deco bronze by Bruno Zach, entitled “the h gend exp a n a nem non pa n em dene ea nimusdae n musdae ese mos velestrum ve es um se sim s m sum pounds. However collectors thought diffident by he onee s so d o £5 700 on he finally sold for a remarkable £11,400. pro p occus verrum ve um quaernat quae na fugia ug a voluptatias vo as bidders buying from us'. for their next sale of watches and jewellery by he auc onee s so d o £5 700 on he Whilst Plymouth Auction Rooms are well known he G aham B ooks co ec on Baden Powe finally sold for a remarkable £11,400. hilligendit expla nia nem non pa sintem dene ea nimusdae ese mos velestrum se sim sum do e um v d em es ae Ro do o eped ssand u Demands are very high for good jewellery and pro occus verrum quaernat fugia voluptatias bidders now buying from us'. R d ng C op a £72 000 Whilst Plymouth Auction Rooms are well known the he Graham G Brooks B ooks collection co ecfugia on of ose Baden Powell Powe hilligendit expla nia nem non pa sintem ea nimusdae ese mos velestrum sim sum lot by the auctioneers, ititestiae. sold for £5,700 on the dolorerrum, do o eaham um vit vqu di d tem em estiae. es ae Ro dolorepedis do odene eped ut u pro occus verrum quaernat voluptatias Riding R d ng Crop” C op at a £72,000. £72 000 for their next sale of watches and jewellery so d o £1 050 lot by the auctioneers, sold for £5,700 on the the Graham Brooks collection of Baden Powell dolorerrum, vit di tem Ro dolorepedis ut o se ng fine ewe e y and pa n ngs hey a e Riding Crop” at £72,000. p o occus ve um quae na ug a vo up a as the Graham Brooks collection of Baden Powell ug u s u od op a mod a a e eos Wh s P ymou h Auc on Rooms a e we known dolorerrum, vit di tem estiae. Ro dolorepedis ut ea n musdae ese mos ve es um se ssim m sum for oug selling se fine jewellery e on ya and paintings pa ngs they hey are a£10 e 000 Riding Crop” at £72,000. p o ve um quae na ug a vo up asum as fugitiu umusdae stiur, sfor u od qui qu optat op moditatiatet mod ewell eos itsame sold £1,050! day a he es o a on o Ch nese Kangx Whilst Wh soccus Plymouth Png ymou hewe Auction Auc Rooms are aaa e well we known ea nimusdae n ese mos velestrum ve es um se sauctioneers m sum coming up in September Iffugia you have sometime same day a he es oa awh on oan Ch nese Kangx for selling fine jewellery and paintings they are Scou ng memo ab ch a sed ove pro occus verrum quaernat voluptatias fugitiu stiur, od qui optat moditatiatet eos empo epud a sseque vo o Whilst Plymouth Auction Rooms are known rare watches contact the your local ea nimusdae mos velestrum se sim for selling fine jewellery and paintings they are Scouting Scou ng memorabilia memo ab a which wh ch raised sed over ove £10,000 £10 000 pro occus verrum quaernat fugia voluptatias fugitiu stiur, od qui optat moditatiatet same day at the restoration a Chinese Kangxi remporepudi empo epud a isseque sseque volo vo o Whilst Plymouth Auction Rooms are well known ea nimusdae ese mos velestrum se sim sum coming up inese September If you have sometime same day at the restoration of aa Chinese Kangxi Auc onee Pau Keen and h ssnauc eam a e a Scouting memorabilia which raised over remporepudi a isseque volo Wh sses P ymou h Auc on Rooms e we known a so shed na ng ons o Auc onee Pau Keen and hof eam a e a£10,000 ways ea n ese mos ve se sseos m Scouting memorabilia which raised over £10,000 se ng fine ewe eeasc yya and ngs hey a eyou remporepudi a isseque volo umusdae sstiur, u od qu op mod aa eewell eos Wh P ymou h Auc on Rooms aa e we known also ao so established es ab shed for omos fascinating asc na ng auctions auc ons of osum ea nestablished musdae ese mos ve es um se m sum vase d d o de e co ec o sspa b dd ng ove £10 000 for oug selling se ng fine jewellery ewe and paintings pa n ngs they hey are aways Aucitoneer Paul Keen and his team are always fugitiu ug u sab u od qui qu optat op moditatiatet mod a eos Whilst Plymouth Auction Rooms are known o interest give them a call, you never know vase d o de eo co ec oes bum dd ng ove £10 000 also for auctions of and h sd mon hh he B Duggan co ec on o Aucitoneer Paul Keen and his team are always ea nimusdae ese velestrum se sim for selling jewellery and paintings they are with the intentional appeal on 01752 254740 for fugitiu stiur, od qui optat moditatiatet eos Whilst Plymouth Auction Rooms are well known And w be go ng on he oad ho ddsum ng also established for fascinating auctions of and this hsew sfine month mon the he Bill B Duggan collection co ec on of oee ea nimusdae ese mos velestrum se sim sum vase did to deter collectors bidding over £10,000 for selling fine jewellery and paintings they are fugitiu stiur, od qui optat moditatiatet eos Andrew And ew will w be going go ng on the he road oad holding ho ng o interest give them a call, you never know you The auc onee sthe afascinating eBill now nv ng en es o he vase did to deter collectors bidding over £10,000 happy o p ov de adv ce on a manne o and this month Duggan collection of o se ng fine ewe e yynow and pa n ngs hey a co ec o ems Andrew will be going on the road holding happy o p ov de adv ce on a manne o ug u s u od qu op a mod a a e eos and this month the Bill Duggan collection of de na u ep as nos eseque con e po po a so es ab shed o asc na ng auc ons o o se ng fine ewe e and pa n ngs hey a e collectors’ co ec o s items. ems Andrew will be going on the road holding ug u s u od qu op a mod a a e eos dernati de na ureptas u ep as nos eseque con et e porpor po po The auctioneers are inviting entries for their o buy also a so established es ab shed for o fascinating asc na ng auctions auc ons of o happy to provide advice on all manner for selling fine jewellery and they are may be sat on auu fortune!. oomn buy collectors’ items. Ro ng S ones memo ab aaall wh ch so ddof ooaa ove happy to provide advice onpaintings manner fugitiu stiur, od qui optat moditatiatet eos dernati ureptas nos eseque con porpor m ee cup au omn do ooand aanwa em eefor emo also established for fascinating auctions of more for selling fine jewellery and paintings they are va ua on days nn Devon and Co and a collectors’ items. 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Pjewellery ymou ma ent venihil iberfercide corro dit es aliquodia co ec o ssas ems These b mon h yynos auc ea uuhhd ee a hos at our salerooms in Plymouth. de na u ep eseque e po £4,000. uu£4,000. us ess en ssons ma e uu ??ove Qu ma ent venihil iberfercide corro dit es aliquodia sequod sseas nnnc am num n hhos ccon qu ssi do up a co ec o ems These bi b monthly mon h auctions auc ons feature ea a host hos of o at our salerooms in Plymouth. de na u ep as nos eseque con e po po turitiustis us essinci ess nc entiis en maios ma os et e etur? Qui Qu Two Gen s Ro ex wa ches so o sequoditas sequod as sint am num nihiciet n c qui qu s dolupta do up a collectors’ items. Two Gen s Ro ex wa ches so d o ove These bi monthly auctions feature a host of dernati ureptas nos eseque con et porpor turitiustis essinci entiis maios et etur? Qui quaspe o ea a um e que mus e u pe a e sequoditas sint am num nihiciet qui si dolupta collectors’ items. 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Joel Dommett is mid-way through his huge national tour. Is he knackered? Not really.
How are you finding playing huge venues compared to intimate comedy clubs?
‘Essentially, I’m doing two hours work a day,’ he laughs. ‘It’s a very intensive two hours, but it’s not too bad.’
‘It’s kind of perfect, actually. My shows, weirdly, have always been quite big, but whereas before they were kind of ironically big in small venues, now they just fit the bigger rooms. There’s a real story arch to the show, a huge crescendo, and a really big epic ending – it’s a really fun, big, stupid show. And that’s what I think is important for the position I’m in; people saw me on a reality show being kind of funny, but I feel I’m in a real position where I have to deliver more. I’m fully aware that this reality TV thing might be a small bubble and that bubble might burst, so I’ve got to do my absolute best to deliver a show which is beyond people’s expectations so they come back to see me again.’
The 32-year-old comic has been delighting audiences for nearly a decade on the comedy circuit. But after causing quite a stir during his time in the jungle on the latest series of ‘I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!’ – in which he was runner-up – he’s been rocketed into the big league. Much of what won Dommett votes on the ITV reality series shines through in his stand-up; his irresistible charm, perpetual upbeat attitude and nimble quick wit (although those jungle fans also couldn’t get enough of his ripped physique). But it’s live on stage where the Gloucestershireborn stand-up is at his best. His shows are grand and ambitious, weaving gripping stories amongst smart observations and goofy set-pieces. No wonder he’s had to add more tour dates… This is the second batch of dates for your live tour. How does it feel to have had to extend it due to popular demand? ‘It’s mad! My agent keeps on cleverly adding dates without asking – which I absolutely don’t mind. It’s now creeping over 100.’ Are you enjoying touring? ‘I’m really enjoying it. Everyone keeps on saying to me, “You must absolutely hate it, you must be really bored of the show…” No, I think it just gets better and better, and I’m enjoying it more. I’ve taken my best friend Steve as my tour manager, we’ve known each other since we were 11, so we’re like two little kids – we’re both very giddy. I’m travelling around the UK with my best friend performing to people who actually want to see me. It’s a dream come true.’
Indeed, you’ve gained a whole new fan base since ‘I’m A Celebrity…’ Are they different from the usual comedy-going crowd? ‘Yes, but I was really scared that it would be an absolute nightmare. I thought: it’s going to be lots of screaming young girls and younger people who haven’t seen comedy before. But the demographic at the shows has been so mixed. There are older couples, groups of lads, groups of women, and everyone’s been a delight. It’s such a pleasure to be doing a show where you feel like everyone’s excited to be there." "For a lot of people it is their first comedy show, but we’re trying our best to entertain them as well as educate them. It’d be quite easy to do a generic, easy stand-up show and just talk about the jungle. But even though I’m quite commercial in my comedy, I like to think that it’s also slightly weird and not completely straightforward. So hopefully they come away from their first comedy show going, “Oh, that’s what stand-up can be.”’ How much do you have to acknowledge the jungle on stage? Do audiences want to hear about it?
At the first couple of shows I called Carol Vorderman on stage, just because I thought it might be funny. Then I realised that, although it was funny, I can’t call Carol Vorderman every night, it could start to get a bit grating for her. 12 woinplymouth
‘Before the tour I wrote loads of jungle stuff because I thought that’s what they’ll want, I thought they were going to demand it. But I quickly realised that they just didn’t want to hear it. Now, I barely mention it, it’s just part of the story. At the first couple of shows I called Carol Vorderman on stage, just because I thought it might be funny. Then I realised that, although it was funny, I can’t call Carol Vorderman every night, it could start to get a bit grating for her.’ Was it a difficult decision to go on ‘I’m a Celeb…’ in the first place? ‘It was a real gamble. I thought a lot about the pros and cons. But I felt like I’m quite an optimistic person and if anyone could do it maybe I could – I don’t really get angry or frustrated with other people very easily. The entire time I was in there I was so scared that the comedy community was going to shun me because I’d gone into a massively commercial reality show. But since I’ve got out it’s been so nice, they’ve been so lovely, as well as this new demographic of people. To have both of those teams on my side is the dream, really.’ The Australian jungle isn’t the only place you’ve visited recently. You’ve been travelling around the world with Nish Kumar meeting some of the strongest and toughest people on the planet for a Comedy Central series. Could your fitness levels keep up with them? ‘They tried to, but no. I did a 32 mile marathon with some Mexican guys, I did a 5km relay race in Brazil with a 100 kilo log, I did stick fighting in Kenya… Basically it was four months of my body being absolutely battered.’ Were the Bushtucker Trials good practice for it? ‘Well, all the ridiculous stuff in the jungle did help me. I spent about four months eating ridiculous things and sleeping in uncomfortable places – I’m actually really good at that now.’ I guess it’s a good skill to have. You never know when you might need it. ‘It’s especially a good skill to have now I’m on tour and I have to sleep in Holidays Inns in Stafford. I think: “You know what? I’ve slept in worse…”’ ‘Joel Dommett: Live’ Friday 16 February 2018 8:00 pm Plymouth Pavilions Arena, Plymouth. For tickets visit the website: www.theticketstore.co.uk
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‘Family Rave’ is a First for Plymouth In a ﬁrst for Plymouth, the award winning ‘Big Fish Little Fish’ will be bringing one of their ‘Family Raves’ to the city this February. Tickets are now on sale for the event on Saturday 17 February which is being staged as part of the ‘Museum On Tour’ programme – a series of exhibitions, events and projects that are taking place across Plymouth while the Museum and Art Gallery’s building is closed for the development of The Box.
Fun for all ages
The ‘Family Rave’ will run from 2pm to 4.30pm in the Main Hall of the University of Plymouth’s Student Union and promises to be great fun for all ages. “We’ll have a dance ﬂoor full of bubbles, club visuals, glitter cannons, huge balloons, a giant parachute dance and a brilliant atmosphere,” explains Mark Tosdevin, Programmes Manager for Plymouth Museums Galleries Archives.
Plymouth After Dark
“We’re running a number of community engagement projects while The Box is being developed. One of these is called ‘Plymouth After Dark’ which is exploring the range and variety of activities that take place across the city at night. “Plymouth had a really vibrant rave scene at one point and ‘Big Fish Little Fish’ have loads of experience in translating the freedom and excitement of this into events that can be enjoyed by the whole family. We’re really excited to be working with them and also hoping that people who come along with their children will be keen to share their memories with us.”
Big Fish Little Fish
‘Big Fish Little Fish’ have been delivering popular family rave events across Britain and beyond since 2013. Running on weekends and afternoons in a range of quirky venues as well as at some of our biggest festivals, their events regularly sell out and always get great reviews. Designed as much for grown ups as children, they are daft, social, anarchic and, as one previous event attendee says: “The most fun we’ve ever had together as a family”.
One of the things you can always expect at a ‘Big Fish Little Fish’ event is a top DJ playing a soundtrack of club classics. At the Plymouth event on 17 February the tunes will be provided by DJ Slipmatt who, as one half of the duo SL2, had a huge hit in 1992 with ‘On A Ragga Tip’. The track spent 11 weeks in the UK charts and peaked at number 2. It also charted in Europe.
Lots for the little ravers
As well as the music, there will be other activities on offer where attendees can get creative! These will include a giant colouring mural for everyone to collaborate on, a play dough table, crafting tables and the chance to get a temporary tattoo. The littlest ravers will also be well catered for and can play in a baby chill out area on mats with tents, tunnels and a ball pool.
Fancy dress encouraged
Dressing up is also encouraged at the event and the chosen theme is ‘Neon and Glitter’. Get raiding those fancy dress boxes and just think all things that glow!
Tickets on sale
Tickets for the ‘Family Rave’ on Saturday 17 February can be purchased now and are priced at £7.50 per person. Pre-walkers go free. Tickets can be booked via www.motbigﬁsh.eventbrite. co.uk Please note that adults will not be admitted unless they are accompanied by a child!
To ﬁnd out more about the wide range of family events that are on offer as part of the ‘Museum On Tour’ programme visit the what’s on section of www.plymhearts.org If you’re interested in ﬁnding out more about the ‘Plymouth After Dark’ project visit www.plymhearts.org/plymouth-after-dark For more information about ‘Big Fish Little Fish’ visit their website at www.bigﬁshlittleﬁshevents.co.uk
Professor Brian Cox Live at the Pavilions
Make a date with Boringdon Boringdon Hall Hotel near Plymouth is a unique events venue where function and frivolity come together seamlessly. The Elizabethan manor house’s dramatic exterior houses a collection of versatile event suites, each with a captivating ambience. Majestic surroundings combined with exceptional guest care make Boringdon the venue of choice for glittering affairs and corporate events. Here are just a few events at Boringdon at the start of the year:
Macmillan Charity Lunches Saturday and Sunday lunch times throughout January
Overlooking The Great Hall, the intimate and deliciously romantic 3 AA Rosette Gallery Restaurant exudes warmth. The traditional beams, intricately carved furniture and cosy nooks are the perfect backdrop for the exquisitely presented dining delights that await. Our charity lunches are served every Saturday and Sunday throughout January. Time: 12.30 - 2.30pm Price: £20 for 3 course Table de Hote lunch
Calligraphy Workshop Sunday 4th February
Murder Mystery Nights Friday 23rd February The Moulin Rouge Murder
Paris, 1895 and The Moulin Rouge has been open for 6 years, Co founder Charles Zidler has invited potential investors to meet some of his cast and creative team. Louise Weber aka La Goulue is the star of the show but there is up and comer Jane Avril to think about. Will Baron Nathan Rothschild be tempted to invest in this infamous cabaret? Are you perhaps one of the investors or are you a true revolutionary bohemian artist? Come one, come all to an evening that promises to be spectacular. Time: Begin at 7pm, leading into a succulent three-course à la carte dinner with coffee Price: £49.50 per person including welcome drink | £79 per person for our Festive Murder mystery nights.
Macaroon Workshop Thursday 15th February
Join us for a Macaroon Workshop, where you'll be shown the skill of creating these delectable little treats before enjoying a truly indulgent Afternoon Tea. Time: 12pm - 4pm Price: £60 per person including Afternoon Tea.
Spend a couple of hours with us learning how to create basic shapes with your calligraphy pen whilst working towards mastering the modern calligraphy alphabet and basic phrases. By the end of the workshop you will have gained the confidence to be able to create your own quotes and favourite words to take home and impress your friends. You will also receive your very own calligraphy kit which includes pen, nibs, ink bottle and guide sheets. Time: 10am - 12pm followed by Afternoon Tea Price:£65 per person (price includes Afternoon Tea)
Having set two Guinness World Record titles with his previous sell-out live UK and Ireland tour, Professor Brian Cox, OBE is heading back out on the road with a brand new show for 2019, Professor Brian Cox Live 2019 and comes to Plymouth Pavilions on Thursday 28 February. Taking audiences to the edge of our current understanding about the origin and evolution of our Solar System and the Universe, Professor Brian Cox Live 2019 offers a fascinating insight into the workings of nature at the most fundamental level. Whether an avid science reader or a total novice, Professor Cox makes challenging ideas accessible to all, exploring the vast, possibly infinite universe and our place within it from earth to the edges of the cosmos. Brian will once again be joined by co-host of The Infinite Monkey Cage and award-winning comedian Robin Ince to oversee an audience Q&A, giving fans the chance to ask any questions they have and making every show unique.
Professor Brian Cox said: “On the last tour I loved talking about astronomy and cosmology in very large venues that usually only host rock bands. The great advantage was the ability to use vast, state of the art screens to display images of the cosmos as we’ve never seen them before. 30 meter-wide images from the Hobble Space Telescope are certainly something to behold. On this new tour, I’m going to go a step further with the technology, to the horror of my promoter because it’ll be bloody expensive. But it’ll be bloody spectacular as well, and I hope it’ll offer people a completely new perspective on our place in the Universe.” His critically acclaimed BBC series, Forces of Nature, aired in 2016 whilst he recently once again co-hosted Stargazing Live. He holds two Guinness World Record titles for a science tour for his total sell-out debut tour, which began in 2016 and saw over 150,000 attend in total, including a sell-out show at Wembley Arena. Tickets cost: £49.50, £41.25 (including a 10%booking fee)
For more details on these and many more events happening at Boringdon throughout the year, please visit the website: boringdonhall.co.uk, or call: 01752 545792
Tickets available from The Ticket Store at www.theticketstore.co.uk or by calling 0845 146 1460 (calls cost 2p per minute plus your phone company’s access charge)
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Keep your eyes peeled for our Beatrix Potter Afternoon Tea launching in January!
MURDER MYSTERY FLOWER WORKSHOP Sunday 4th March/ Sunday 25th March Create stunning floral displays, and learn the craft or flower arranging in our flower workshop. £40 Booking is essential
Friday 23rd February / Friday 20th April / Friday 29th June A wicked night of murder and misbehaving at Boringdon. The rules for the evening are simple: You’ll be involved in a Murder Mystery from the very start, you will be given clues and information about special traits of the guests amongst you. £49.50 Booking is essential.
CALLIGRAPHY WORKSHOP Sunday 4th February / Sunday 13th May Master the fine art of calligraphy, with our workshop, hosted by Anon Design. £65 Booking is essential.
For our full events guide visit; www.boringdonhall.co.uk
GIN FESTIVAL Sunday 27th May Join us for our annual Gin Festival on the Boringdon Hall Lawn and enjoy the finest local and artisan Gin’s (including our very own, home distilled Boringdon Gin) accompanied by food stands, live music and outdoor activities. Tickets £10 per person including a Salcombe Gin & Tonic. Ticket proceeds go to Macmillan Cancer Support.
Boringdon Hall, Plymouth, Devon, PL7 4DP boringdonhall.co.uk / 01752 545792 / @boringdonhall
Scratchworks Theatre Company
Something for everyone this Spring at THE Barbican Theatre Barbican Theatre have an eclectic mix in their Spring programme which includes performances in their intimate harbour theatre and the much loved Plymouth Athenaeum.
First up is critically acclaimed stand-up comedian Ahir Shah who brings his Edinburgh Fringe award nominated show ‘Control’ to Barbican Theatre on 20 January (7:30pm £11 inclusive of all booking fees) In an age of global sociopolitical turmoil, Shah presents a show about freedom, fascism, history, hope, resistance, and milk. Ahir's last show enjoyed packed runs at the Edinburgh Fringe, the Soho Theatre, and a national tour. The following week there’s more comedy, this time at The Plymouth Athenaeum and their much loved Plymouth Comedy Club on 27 January (8pm £16 inclusive of all booking fees) Join us for a stunning bill of comedians from around the UK & beyond hand picked by resident MC Chris Brooker.
With nothing but her mother’s old research book, her owl assistant Maude and her sense of adventure to help her, Faina sets off on an action packed exploration, encountering extraordinary spectacles and mountainous obstacles as they battle through the wild, wintry wilderness in search of the truth including Does The Snow Beast really exist? Plymkids Youth Company bring their version of Le Miserables to The Plymouth Athenaeum from 27 February to 3 March (7:30pm each day plus a 2:30pm on the Saturday - £11.50 & £14.50 inclusive of all booking fees). Join them for one of the world's most loved musicals, performed by a talented cast of young local performers. Featuring one of the most memorable scores of all time and some of the most memorable characters to ever grace the stage, Le Mis is a story about the survival of the human spirit, set in 19th century France.
Plymouth favourites Le Navet Bete are back this Easter with their critically acclaimed, hilarious version of Dick Tracy. There’s some home grown family entertainment during February half term when Devon’s all female Scratchworks Theatre Company bring their brand new show ‘Snow Beast’ to Barbican Theatre, from 14 – 17 February (3pm each day plus 7:30pm on the Saturday £10-£12 plus family offers - inclusive of all booking fees) The Snow Beast is a captivating collision of storytelling, with an original score and live science experiments that will inspire young audiences to engage with the beauty of the unknown and the magic of the everyday. In the snowy town of Seldomberg test tubes bubble, experiments explode and new inventions whirr at the annual science fair.
There’s more comedy at Barbican Theatre when Mo Gilligan (aka Mo The Comedian) brings his smash hit, sell out tour ‘Coupla Cans’ to Plymouth on 22 March (7:30pm £16.50 inclusive of all booking fees, age 16+). With his high-energy style and stunning physicality, Mo is one of the UK’s fastest rising social media stars with an online reach running into multiple millions. Combining music with perfectly pitched observational comedy, Mo Gilligan is fast becoming not just a heavyweight social media influencer but a voice of his generation, perfectly representing the very modern future of British comedy.
Mo Gilligan (aka Mo The Comedian) Plymouth favourites Le Navet Bete are back this Easter with their critically acclaimed, hilarious version of Dick Tracy, 3 – 7 April at The Plymouth Athenaeum (7:30pm each day plus 2:30pm on the Saturday £15.50 and £17.50 inclusive of all booking fees, age guidance 8+) With their work rooted in the ridiculous, Le Navet Bete's Dick Tracy is a physical comedy influenced by the world-famous detective incorporating fooling, original live music, plenty of audience interaction, lightning quick character changes, incredibly authentic accents spattered with mystery, malice and mischief. Tickets are available for all of these performances at www.barbicantheatre.co.uk, by calling 01752 267131 or in person at Barbican Theatre on Castle Street (at present tickets cannot be bought in person at the Athenaeum).
BROADWAY WORLD (DRACULA: THE BLOODY TRUTH)
THE STAGE (ROBIN HOOD)
WHAT’S ON STAGE (EXTRAVAGANZA)
LE NAVET BETE PRESENT
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(A CHRISTMAS CAROL, DRACULA) DESIGNED BY
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"STARTLING VISUAL EFFECTS... WITH
DELIGHTFUL AND DISARMING INGENUITY” - THE ARGUS (DICK TRACY 2016)
‘A PHYSICAL COMEDY FOR ALL THE FAMILY THAT WILL HAVE THE BAD GUYS IN HANDCUFFS AND THE AUDIENCE IN STITCHES’
£17.50 FULL | £15.50 CONCESSIONS (INCLUDING ALL BOOKING FEES)
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Get out and about this winter with the National Trust Cotehele
Open daily The Edgcumbe tea-room provides a welcome break between 10am-4pm from one of the many estate walks starting from Cotehele Quay.
Allowing you to find a place of peace and tranquillity in the Cider House garden, to explore the wider estate and to unwind with a warming drink in the Ox Yard restaurant.
Stop by for warming hot chocolates, delicious afternoon tea treats and piping hot one-pots to provide some comfort on the cold days that await.
Until 10 February, the house will be closed whilst our team of conservation assistants prepare for the new season with a good old spring clean. However , there will be some guided tours running which will focus on the Andrew Logan Exhibition currently on display. Visit our website for more details and to book.
There’s no need to stay indoors this winter as here at Cotehele we have everything you need to warm up, get you outdoors and inspire you for the year ahead.
From 10 February the garden, restaurant, shop and gallery re-open after their winter break too – just in time for February half-term. There’s lots for families to do during the school break, including trails around the garden, bushcraft fun and much more. If you’re lucky you may even start to see some of Cotehele’s fabulous daffodils start to appear, showing that spring is well and truly on its way. For more information about Cotehele, opening times and volunteering opportunities visit nationaltrust.org.uk/cotehele or find us on Facebook or Twitter.
Dust off the cob webs at Buckland Abbey this winter as throughout January and February the estate, garden, restaurant and shop open up on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am-4pm.
The whole property fully reopens daily from 10 February; including the Abbey, just in time for February half-term. There’s lots for families to do during the school break, includes chances to dress up as a Tudor, craft workshops and medieval beast hunting too. For more information about Buckland Abbey, opening times and volunteering opportunities visit nationaltrust.org.uk/buckland or find us on Facebook or Twitter.
Stop by for warming hot chocolates, delicious afternoon tea treats and piping hot one-pots to provide some comfort on the cold days that await. 22 woinplymouth
On Plymouths doorstep, Saltram is so easy to get to but yet in a world of its own. Escape the dreary winter and step into the opulent house and see its treasures. The beautiful library has a collection of over 4100 books at Saltram! The majority of texts were collected 1780-1830 and then added to by generations of the Parkers. Watch us on special dates conserving the books and then even buy or donate your own book at the second hand bookshop...which then helps us look after Saltram. Take a crisp walk amongst the beautiful snowdrops in the garden and park and burn off some Christmas pud! We have lots going on from our annual Wassail event on Saturday 27th January to half term family fun in February. We have lots of opportunity to keep those new years resolutions and get fit here at Saltram...whether its running in our monthly Trust10, taking part in our fitness program, cycling or walking in the park...there is something for everyone and ability. Get outside in the fresh air and enjoy the family trail around the garden or have a go on our pump track in the park before warming up with a hot chocolate in the cafe.
Around Plymouth When you stop by for a slice of cake, it helps us secure another piece of our history When you visit, donate, volunteer or join the National Trust, your support helps us to look after special places around Plymouth such as Buckland Abbey, Cotehele and Saltram for ever, for everyone.
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We've teamed up with Plymouth Pavilions in association with Drakes Jewellers to offer readers of WOInPlymouth a fantastic prize for brides to be....... After a fantastically successful 2017, the team at Plymouth Pavilions are proud to announce their biggest BIG DAY Wedding Show with over 100 exhibitors on Sunday 18th February 2018. As ever they are committed to bringing together couples and their ideal wedding suppliers. Throughout the day long extravaganza there will be two spectacular catwalk shows, demonstrations, a vintage and inspiration area, competitions, entertainment and the kind of varied exhibitors you could only ﬁnd in the South West. Plymouth Pavilions are offer the following competition prizes for you to win:
2 x TOP PRIZE of Bridal Party Passes, 1 x VIP ticket for the Bride plus 6 x general entry tickets for her party. (7 tickets total per pass – value £45).
5 x RUNNER UP PRIZES of 4 x general entry tickets per winner (20 tickets total)
As a VIP ticket holder you'll enjoy the show in style! You’ll have exclusive access to the show before the crowds, and fast track entry to our private bar where you can indulge in a glass of bubbly and a tasty canape while opening your goodie bag, packed full with treats and a voucher for a consultation with our Wedding Planner! Plus - you can reserve seating for all three Catwalk Shows, where you can sit back and admire the latest on-trend bridalwear, bridesmaid dresses, grooms wear, and mother of the bride outﬁts from a perfect viewing spot!
THE BIG DAY 2018 VIP PACKAGE INCLUDES:
Fast track entry into the Exhibition 30 minutes before the opening time to avoid the queues and browse around without the crowds.* VIP Goodie Bag courtesy of Drakes Jewellers topped up with favours and beauty products. Canapes and a glass of bubbly on arrival courtesy of Orange Chilli in our private bar.
Reserved seating at Catwalk Shows** 1-2-1 consultation from our professional Wedding Planner at Orange Chilli Catering & Events.*** *Please arrive at the venue no later than 9:15am
Catwalk Show Schedule:
10:30am & 2pm - Main Show (repeated) 12pm – Exclusive Catwalk Showcasing La Boutique of the Wedding Wishing Well Foundation **Catwalk reservations must be made on the payment page at the time of booking. Please retain your VIP ticket as proof of your catwalk seat reservation and ***Consultations, are all on a ﬁrst come ﬁrst serve basis
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Creating a lifetime of memories
The Duke of Cornwall Hotel
When getting married the 'where' is one of the most important decisions you have to make. Your choice of venue can help structure all the other aspects of your special day, creating a lifetime of memories that everyone can enjoy. Here are some things to consider along with some perfect, local venues. Most weddings need two different venues, one for the ceremony and the other for the reception. With regards to the ceremony, a traditional church wedding remains a popular choice for most couples, often the one closest to where the bride or groom grew up. In any case, if you are going for a church ceremony then the reception will need to be planned around the wedding service. Things such as ease of transport for guests from the ceremony to the reception need to be considered, and many couples opt for somewhere nearby. Nowadays more and more venues are licensed to perform marriage ceremonies. This opens an even wider choice. Therefore, if you are thinking about a civil wedding, you have the option of choosing a venue that will host both your ceremony and reception. If this is what you are hoping for, you will have to choose a venue that is licensed for marriage ceremonies. This may well come at a higher price tag than non-licensed venues, but has the beneﬁt of minimising the amount of travelling for you and your guests.
Make sure you have a good idea of numbers before you start looking at venues. If your options are unlimited, and you have a particular venue in mind, consider the size of wedding you want – if you want a big do then some venues may not have the capacity, whilst if you are a smaller affair, you may end up swamped by an enormous hall that could ruin the intimacy of the occasion. In short, make sure you have a good idea of numbers before you start looking at venues.
A formal sit down meal will require more space than a stand up buffet (and will cost a lot more too!), so a venue that may be able to hold 100 seated guests may be able to ﬁt 200 for a canape reception. Decide which one you prefer. Also, think about what kind of entertainment you are after – a DJ will obviously need a dance ﬂoor but a band may take up a lot more room. Well any number of buildings can make the perfect venue, but some of the most popular include, castles, country house, larger luxury hotels and stately homes which offer a lot of character – if your budget can stretch. Along with the character usually comes a fantastic backdrop for all your wedding photos as well as the added beneﬁt of having accomodation onsite. Alternatively, and particularly if you are considering a summer wedding, a marquee could be a great option if you have access to space. This option will also mean you can take control of the catering as well as provide your own alcohol. Finally, these days, there are some more obscure venues you can consider - football grounds, racecourses, sailing clubs – you name it, many now hold licenses and are keen to give you the wedding of your dreams. See our top tips on choosing the perfect venue, for you, on page 32.
THE PERFECT VENUE FOR YOUR BIG DAY
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THE DUKE OF CORNWALL HOTEL PLYMOUTH T 01752 275850 E firstname.lastname@example.org @TheDukePlymouth www.thedukeofcornwall.co.uk/wedding-collec tion Images: UpArt Photography, Liberty Pearl Photography, Mimosa Photography
Tips for a Wonderful Wedding Day FROM THE DUKE OF CORNWALL HOTEL’S WEDDING COORDINATOR
You want your wedding to be perfect. But with myriad details to organise and so much at stake, planning your big day can be hard-going. Fortunately, Toni Sharpe, Wedding Coordinator at the Duke of Cornwall Hotel, has compiled her top tips to help make your wedding preparations a piece of cake. CHOOSE YOUR SUPPLIERS WISELY – AND DON’T BE AFRAID TO PUT THEM TO THE TEST Always use trusted wedding suppliers for your cake, stationery and styling, etc. Make sure you see samples of the products. Have a hair and makeup trial so you get a clear understanding of how much time to allocate for getting ready on the day – and see how your makeup looks in photos to make sure you’re happy. Think about arranging an engagement shoot with your photographer so you feel at ease and get to know each other before your wedding day.
CONSIDER HOW YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY WILL WORK AT YOUR VENUE Ask your photographer to visit your venue before your wedding. At the Duke, we welcome photographers to come into the hotel to scope the public spaces and the rooms they will use on the day, get familiar with the lighting, and plan out their shots. Couples love to have their photos taken on our Listed staircase, and it’s the perfect location for group shots.
YOUR DAY WILL BE MAGICAL, COME RAIN OR SHINE You can never guarantee the weather, so don’t book a venue based on the idea of how a summer wedding could be – you don’t want to have to alter proceedings at the last moment. Here at the Duke, we have the advantage of stunning and spacious rooms, with the bonus of an adjacent park for outdoor photos if the weather permits. So you’ll have a brilliant wedding day, come rain or shine.
THINK PRACTICALLY ABOUT YOUR VENUE Consider the capacities of the venue to ensure that there is sufficient space. At the Duke, we have a range of rooms available which are suitable for different wedding sizes. We have the luxury of space, so our couples can book the best rooms that work for their numbers. Also, ensure that the food is exactly what you would like. At the Duke, we offer a free taster menu from our two-AArosette-awarded restaurant with all of our wedding packages – so you can be sure you’re happy with your wedding breakfast and evening food choices.
DON’T OVERDO THE PLANNING People who are very particular about all elements of their wedding tend to be less able to relax on the day as they are so focused on making things go exactly to plan. Couples who are a bit more relaxed take things in their stride and enjoy the day more. So don’t feel you need to manage every last detail – have fun and remember that this is your celebration!
DON’T FORGET THAT IT’S YOUR WEDDING DAY! In my experience, the thing couples often forget is that it is their wedding. Don’t think too much about what other people expect – your wedding should be what you want! Your guests are your family and most precious friends, and whatever you decide for your wedding, they will be delighted to share your magical day.
TRY TO ENJOY EVERY MOMENT (EVEN THE PLANNING!) Often, brides get stressed in the lead up to the wedding, and daunted by having so many elements to organise. However, when catching up with couples following their wedding day, most brides say that they miss having the wedding to plan. Also, couples tend to say that the day goes by so quickly. We always recommend couples take the opportunity to spend a little time alone together on the day – even if it’s just ten minutes to pause and share that ‘we did it!’ moment.
To arrange a cup of tea and a chat with Toni about weddings at the Duke of Cornwall Hotel, call 01752 275850 or email email@example.com. Plus, you can find lots of information about our wedding packages online at thedukeofcornwall.co.uk/wedding-collection. Images: Liberty Pearl Photography, Norsworthy Weddings, Mimosa Photography
The Corinthian: Passionate about your big day! Here at The Corinthian we are passionate about weddings, we appreciate that your wedding day is one of the most special and happiest days of your life and our philosophy is that it is as important to us as it is to you.! Mount Edgcumbe
Top tips for choosing the perfect wedding venue for you! 1. How many people will you invite?
Forget the dreaded table plan for the moment. Now is the time to make a list of family and friends that you would like to share your special day with. It's always a good idea to put a couple of lists together, as your venue may not be able to cater for large numbers. It may well be worth asking the venues you go to see, to give you a maximum number as well as number they can comfortably seat. Also, it is easier to add names than to deduct, so keep the numbers low initially,
Decide between yourselves what you are willing to pay for your big day. Do your homework; fi nd out what the going rate is across a number of venues and also what else they may be able to add to the day to save money further down the line. Try and budget the entire wedding. think of aspects of the day that you, or friends and family, can help out with. How much of your entire budget will you want to spend on the venue?
3. Choose a date and have flexibility.
Try and be as fl exible as you can, Is it feasible to hold the wedding on a week day or wchoose an off-season month,? If so, you’ll often be able to secure the venue of your dreams at a lower rate.
4. Draw up a shortlist based on location/logistics After you have an idea of your guest list, you need to also consider whether you require transportation for guests from a hotel to your venue and then onto a recption. Will you need to lay on transportation? If people are driving, is there enough parking? Are there any guests who require special needs?
5. Style and Feel
What style of wedding are you after? Romantic, Historic, Countryside, Urban, Barn..... all of these ideas sound appealing. Many couples think that they don’t need to decide on a wedding style early on, but it's one of the most important decisions because you might be able to save on decorations and decor if you select a venue that suits your wedding day style.
6. Research local Photographers and Planners' blogs/websites.
If you are now formulating a shortlist of potential venues, ask if they use any particular photgraphers or wedding planners. In this day and age, many photogrpahers and planners will have their own website and may even write a blog about weddings they have organised/shot. You can take a look at images, get an idea of what looks good 'style wise' as well as see how the venue looks at the same time of year that you are planning your own wedding.
7. Full Service or Not?
Most full service wedding venues will cover everything from table and chair rentals, to linens and catering supplies, while a non-full service venues, generally, offer you the space and it is up to you to find the rest. Therefore, the responsibility of fi nding all the other services will be down to you. You may, or may not have the time or inclination to take this on board.
7. Visit each venue and draw up a list of questions.
Ideally, visit at the time of day you want to get married. There is certainly no substitute for visiting a number of venues to get an idea of which one stands out. Ask plenty of questions, don't be afraid. Get to know your contact and make sure they get to know you. Once you have covered everything, and I mean everything, get it in writing.
We love helping couples choose the perfect tantalizing menu, refreshing celebratory drinks and awe-inspiring decoration to create your bespoke unique wedding day. In house we can take care of everything from venue set up, menus to evening entertainment, we are a one stop shop for all your venue needs helping to relieve the stress so that you may embrace the experience. Planning your wedding day creates just as many memories as the wedding day itself, here at The Corinthian we make the planning as fun as can be with food and wine sampler events as well as decoration days. We are also dedicated in supporting you through the whole experience. As said to many of our wedding couples ‘ Ask us a million questions, we do not mind. It’s your day and you need to know you are in safe hands’. The Corinthian wedding team take pride in every wedding day, over the planning stages we develop just as much as an attachment to your day as you. We love getting to know couples and watching their dreams and ideas come to life. With varied wedding packages and bespoke wedding options The Corinthian can cater to your every wedding need. If you don’t see it in the brochure don’t be afraid to ask, bespoke options are limitless with far to many to list. Our wealth of experience in the wedding industry has allowed us to create three main packages; The Platinum, The Gold and The Corinthian. The Platinum encompasses all venue needs; Exclusive use of the venue, three course wedding breakfast, Champagne toast, Evening buffet, table decorations and plans along with so much more! The Gold is great for those who would like a little more independence in the planning of their wedding day but is still a fantastic package. The Corinthian is for the laid-back couple having the ceremony elsewhere. Relax with your guests and enjoy a BBQ with bubbles, then party into the evening with our resident DJ. With unique factors such as our dedicated graphic designer to create your table plans, number and name places. Along with our exclusive venue decorator The Corinthian offers the WOW factor in all aspects. For more wedding information head to www.rpcyc.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Where dreams come true It seems like love is in the air everywhere you turn and here at Mount Edgcumbe is no exception. As one of the most beautiful venues the South West has to offer, with over 500 years of history, set in stunning grounds overlooking Plymouth Sound, this venue is the thing that dreams are made of.
Standing in 865 acres of Britain’s most stunning landscape, Mount Edgcumbe boasts 7 acres of formal gardens, 10 miles of coastline and more historic buildings and follies than you could want as a backdrop for your photographs. The House has three licensed rooms for civil ceremonies, accommodating from 2 to 120 guests plus the outdoor option of the elegant Summer House overlooking the delightful Earls Garden.
of your choice. With the private gardens to enjoy throughout the evening you and your guests can enjoy you’re the day of your dreams in this historic setting. The Earl’s Garden Marquee can seat up to 150 guests and accommodate over 200 guests in the evening The second option is the historic Orangery overlooking the Italian Garden can seat up to 120 guests for a sumptuous reception before dancing the night away in this delightful setting. With the added bonus of our experienced wedding co-ordinator, your wedding day at this very flexible venue will truly be a day to remember. So the choice is yours, why not come along and see for yourself what we can do for you.
With the private gardens to enjoy throughout the evening you and your guests can enjoy you’re the day of your dreams in this historic setting. With 2 stunning venues on the park for your reception, you are spoilt for choice. Combine the new with the old; our state of the art marquee is nestled in the exclusive Earls Garden gives you the modern comfort of a reinforced glass structure with the private gardens for your guests to enjoy throughout the evening. This flexible option allows you to plan your day exactly as you wish with caterers, bar and bands
NEW THIS YEAR
Why not run away to Mount Edgcumbe with the one you love and take advantage of our new elopement packages. Taking place in one of our beautiful cottages here at the park, indulge your romantic side with the one you love and let us pamper you throughout your stay. With two nights accommodation included plus lots of treats, you can get away from it all and relax in this beautiful setting.
We are now offering a special price for the wedding of your dreams – venue hire for up to 120 guests for a civil ceremony and venue hire for up to 150 guests in our luxury marquee for £4,500. Also included in the package - free parking, confetti, transport from the Cremyll Ferry for your guests and a bridal dressing room for use on the day. You also have the option to extend your stay here at Mount Edgcumbe in one of our beautifully renovated holiday cottages – ideal for the happy couple or wedding guests. Alternatively you can stay in one of our luxury glamping shepherds huts overlooking the River Tamar which sleep up to 4 people. Bookings can be made via our website www.mountedgcumbe.gov.uk/stay. All our properties are ideally situated to explore further into Cornwall as well as popping across to the historic city of Plymouth via the Cremyll Ferry which lands on a quay 100 yards away from the Cremyll Gate entrance to the park. For more information please contact :Mount Edgcumbe House and Country Park, Cremyll, Torpoint, Cornwall PL10 1HZ Tel : 01752 822 236 email: email@example.com www.mountedgcumbe.gov.uk
...where dreams come true
Mount Edgcumbe House, a flexible venue for the day of your dreams only 15 minutes from the heart of Plymouth.
Mount Edgcumbe House and Country Park Tel: 01752 822236 email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.mountedgcumbe.gov.uk
Celebrate your special day at Copthorne Hotel If you are looking for the perfect venue for your big day, look no further than the Copthorne Hotel located in the heart of Plymouth City Centre. We understand that planning a wedding is an incredibly special time for you both, our experienced wedding coordinator will be with you every step of the way to make your day as stress free as possible and ensure that all of your requirements are treated with the utmost care and attention. The hotel is licenced for marriage ceremonies, and can cater for parties of 10 to 150 guests. So whether you are planning a spectacular celebration or a small intimate gathering we can cater for all sizes and styles of weddings, and will have the perfect package for you. We offer a range of flexible wedding packages starting at ÂŁ2,400; however we understand that each and every wedding is as individual as you are so we are more than happy to tailor our packages to meet your requirements. Our dedicated and experienced staff will ensure that your wedding dreams turn to reality. Our fabulous ÂŁ2,400 package includes;
Full day room hire for the ceremony, wedding breakfast and evening reception
A delicious three course wedding breakfast for 40 guests A glass of sparkling wine for 40 guests Evening buffet for 80 guests DJ for evening entertainment Complimentary overnight accommodation for the happy couple Preferential rates for your family and guests to stay over A member of staff to act as a Master of Ceremonies Use of our wedding cake stand and knife For any further information, or to book an appointment to meet our wedding coordinator please call the hotel directly on 01752 224161 or email email@example.com www.millenniumhotels.com
at Copthorne Hotel Plymouth Licensed for marriage ceremonies, we cater for wedding breakfasts and evening receptions for up to 160 people. From your first enquiry until the time you leave to spend the night in our honeymoon suite, our professional and experienced events team will ensure you have the perfect, seamless day. We know that your wedding day is special, we are more than happy to discuss your individual plans and provide our expert guidance to assist with making your day a precious memory.
Complete packages available from ÂŁ2,400 Enquire with our dedicated events team today on 01752 224161 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The historic Orangery has become one of Cornwall’s most exclusive wedding venues, nestled in 865 acres of land, steeped in heritage and surrounded by pebbled beaches and coastline. This breath taking setting and enchanting venue will provide the perfect canvas for your dream wedding reception. This 100ft venue was built in 1775 and basks in elegance and beauty with its ﬂoor to ceiling windows and doors offering magical views of the water fountain and Italian gardens. The Orangery has a capacity of 200 guests and can offer seating for as little as 40 guests to as many as 120 guests. Dining can be set formal with our 7ft round tables and white table linens or informal with our large rectangular wooden tables. The dance ﬂoor, band area and DJ are set at the opposite end of the Orangery so the venue ﬂawlessly transcends into evening without interruption.Your guests can party at one end and relax at the other. If you wish you can escape to the Italian garden and sip Pimms and lemonade in the sunshine or toast champagne under the stars, the Italian garden is yours for the duration and offers gorgeous outdoor heart shaped metal seating for up to 50 guests. We hope to meet you in the near future and thank you for showing an interest in our venue.
Breakfast and Lunch menus Open from 10.30am to 4pm, 7 days a week, The Orangery offers an all-day menu covering breakfast, brunch, lunches and afternoon tea options.
Home-made and locally sourced, the breakfast menu is a great way to start the day. Whether you are planning a days sightseeing or a morning of retail therapy, there is also a vegetarian option.The brunch options including Toasted mufﬁn, poached eggs, bacon and homemade hollandaise sauce, a Cornish Brie and cranberry sauce in a warm ciabatte as well as triple stacked pancakes with bacon and maple syrup. You can also add a little sparkle with a glass of Belstar Prosecco with brunch. For the little ones, a choice of pancakes, sandwiches or a mini lunch box option makes it a great place for the whole family. On Sundays, The Orangery's famous roast dinners offer a choice of local meats or a nut roast with seasonal vegetables for £11. Whereas the Orangery Gourment Burger, for £ 10, combines homemade beef, topped with aged cheddar, tomato chutney and hand cut chips. It’s best to book in advance for the Sunday roast.
Hard to resist, the cream teas are the perfect accompliment for such elegant surroudings. Add a glass of Prosecco to top off the experience and allow the excellent staff to cater for your every whim.
We were impressed not only with the high standard of the food, but the incredible level of service provided....the work of the whole team was appreciated by our friends and family who praised everything from the stunning venue to the warm service and delicious food. We only wish we could experience it all over again!
The Orangery, Mount Edgcumbe Country Park, Cornwall, PL10 1HZ Tel: 01752 822 586 Check venue availability email@example.com
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The Orangery, Mount Edgcumbe Country Park, Cornwall, PL10 1HZ Tel: 01752 822 586
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Kitley House Hotel
Kitley House Hotel
Moorland Garden Hotel The Place To Be Married
The Moorland Garden Hotel is a popular choice for couples seeking a romantic countryside spot to tie the knot, set in nine acres of tranquil gardens on the edge of Dartmoor National Park yet just a short drive from Plymouth.
What’s more, the independently-owned property has reached the finals of the South West Wedding Awards 2018, all thanks to customer reviews.
The picturesque moorland gardens and wildﬂower meadow provide the perfect backdrop for the all-important wedding photos. The hotel’s three licensed rooms make the most of the idyllic setting, including the Crystal Room ballroom complete with glistening chandeliers and views out over the gardens. You can also opt to say ‘I do’ al fresco beneath the ornate Rose Arbour on the landscaped lawns.
Thanks to its secluded location and intimate surroundings Kitley is the ideal setting for such a special occasion. The hotel is also licensed to conduct both Civil Ceremonies and Civil Partnerships. The lovely setting is perfect for this most memorable of days and with the option of indoor and outdoor ceremony locations your wedding will be suited to you. All of their weddings are exclusive use making the entire hotel and grounds yours for the day! From getting ready through to a disco in the evening, Kitley House Hotel can host your special day according to your wants, needs and budget.
throughout the year; including having a marquee erected in the grounds. Red carpet, white table linen, Master of Ceremonies, crockery and glassware are all provided, and a suite for the wedding night is included in all wedding packages. Take advantage of FREE civil ceremony room hire on selected months in 2018 and 2019. And with a few summer Saturdays still available for 2018 you needn’t wait for your perfect day.
With two outdoor locations for ceremonies, at Kitley you have the option of getting married in their gazebo by the house, arbour by the river or a beautiful room inside the house.
St Mellion, SaltashCornwall, PL12 6SD Tel: 01579 351 351 www.st-mellion.co.uk Set amidst romantic Cornish countryside, the resort boasts extensive fine catering, luxurious guest rooms and suites, and extensive leisure facilities, making it an excellent venue choice for weddings of all sizes. The dedicated team of wedding coordinators will do their utmost to tailor your day to accommodate your every wish, down to the very last deta
The picturesque moorland gardens and wildflower meadow provide the perfect backdrop for the all-important wedding photos. From the stunning winter snowdrop display to Devon banks awash with beautiful bluebells in spring, a glorious riot of summer hostas and fiery autumnal colours, there’s always something to delight. With the dedicated and diligent weddings team and a range of wedding packages – from intimate elopement weddings to big blow-out weekends for 160 – your dream wedding can be entirely hassle-free. Exclusive and private use of the entire hotel is available on select dates
Kitley Estate, Yealmpton, Plymouth, PL8 2NW Tel: 01752 881555 www.kitleyhousehotel.com Since becoming a hotel in 1996, Kitley House has been the favoured Wedding Venue in Plymouth and South Devon for many couples and their guests. They can accommodate guests within the house or in marquee accommodation in their formal gardens.
Whether you choose St Mellion as the venue for your ceremony, reception, or both, our experienced events team will help take care of every aspect of the planning, from the top-line logistics down to the finest of details.
Visit the hotel on one of the monthly wedding open days, see the website for details, www.moorlandgardenhotel.co.uk or contact us today on firstname.lastname@example.org
St Mellion has the ability to effortlessly host wedding parties both large and small, offering a number of different package options, as well as the possibility to create a totally bespoke experience, for a wedding like no other!
food and drink
Healthy Eating Sue Judge is a nutritional therapist, interested in looking at the components of what we eat and drink and how they are used for growth, repair and maintenance in our bodies. She help clients to achieve better health by looking primarily at their diets but also their lifestyles too. Here, Sue gives us some expert tips for a healthier 2018.
If you drive a car with a diesel engine, you know that if you put petrol in it by mistake you have a big problem on your hands. Then why do we not stop to consider that what we are putting into our mouths may effect our health, energy levels, immune response and potentially prevent disease in the future, eating well doesn’t have to be a chore. I’m not a huge advocate for ‘diets’ and believe getting a balance is more important. I have put together some top tips for achieving a healthier diet, helping you nourish your body and begin the New Year with some self care.
as broccoli, cauliflower and sprouts are not just for Christmas. (Add frozen cauliflower rice to smoothies to make them deliciously creamy, it wont taste like cauliflower at all! Include a source of protein at every meal. It doesn’t have to be meat or fish, it could be nuts, eggs, legumes, beans or pseudo grains such as quinoa. Protein helps balance blood sugar levels and keep you full for longer. Eat fat, it’s not all bad! Avoid trans fats (baked goods with a long shelf life) and fats that are solid at room temperature but spreadable like margarine. Use olive oil at low heat and coconut oil at higher temperatures because it is more stable, and butter in moderation.
Eat less refined carbohydrates. Foods that are less refined, such as brown versions of bread, rice and pasta have more fibre so they are more filling and will take longer to digest so they won’t spike your blood sugars as dramatically as their more refined counterparts. Reduce your portion size and eat more veg. Keep hydrated. It is one of the easiest ways to improve your health, hydration helps with detoxification, immunity and brain function for a start.
One and a half litres of water per day is an average recommended amount. Start slowly and allow your body to adjust, buy yourself a water bottle (preferably BPA free) and get used to carrying it around. Eat seasonally. Vegetable boxes make this super easy and they cut down on unnecessary packaging, too. See Riverford and Farmdrop for local options.
So, where to start? Do not skip meals. This is a common mistake especially at breakfast time, if you eat breakfast it fires up the metabolism and sets you up for the day.
is also really important for our micro-biome, the good bacteria that live in our gut. Aim for organic where you can.
Aim to eat ten portions of veg and fruit per day with only two of these portions coming from fruit. Try to incorporate a few portions into each meal to make it more achievable. (A portion is approximately the size of the palm of your hand)
Frozen vegetables are not substandard, vegetables are often frozen so quickly after harvesting they usually have more nutrients than something that has been sat in the kitchen for a week. For example, peas are great to put into dishes for extra protein. This can be useful especially when cooking for one.
Eat a rainbow. Different coloured vegetables and fruit have a range of nutrients such as vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Diversity
Eat your greens. Dark green leafy vegetables are rich in nutrients that are great for your liver and detoxification. Cruciferous vegetables such
Aim to buy animal products that are organic or from a local farm shop or butcher. This way you can avoid unnecessary chemicals, antibiotics and be assured of the quality of life of the animal. Cooking from scratch not only saves money and tastes better but you avoid added sugar, salt and preservatives too. This also makes it easier to bulk cook and freeze, meaning you have nutritious meals ready to heat up for those busy days when you just don’t have time to cook. Using fresh herbs and spices can add amazing flavours to food and reduce the need for as much seasoning.
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MINISTER OF DINNER
Gregg Wallace has become a familair face on TV over the past decade. With hit shows such as 'Eat Well For Less' and MasterChef attracting millions of viewers, he has experienced the delights of Michelin starred restaurants as well as help those on a tight budget save money and eat healthier. Here, the former greengrocer talks about teaching children cookery skills in school, his love of Angel Delight and helping families cook cheap, quick and healthy meals. Hi Gregg. How are you?
I’m good. I’ve been in the gym since 6am. I was in bed at 8pm last night, watching Alien.
Is this a typical day for you getting up early?
Because I work in television there is no normal routine. MasterChef has the most routine but Eat Well For Less doesn’t because it’s families all over the country and Inside. If I am at home then I’m in the gym with a gym instructor at 6am.
It’s easier to get up early when there’s a trainer waiting for you in the gym!
It’s that I’m an old greengrocer so my default position is to go to bed early and wake up early, that’s what I do. Left to our own devices me and Anna would be in bed by 8.30pm. Then I’m normally up around 5am. That’s what I like to do.
It’s interesting doing all those different things…
I think only people who have worked in television should be allowed to run the country because they experience life in the UK from every different angle, as opposed to some people who have a job where they travel from one place to a place every day and meet the same sort of people every day. Television people meet everybody from royalty to beggars and everything in between.
Would you want to do that kind of job? Doesn’t sound as much fun as what you do…
What? Run the country? I’d like to be Food Minister - minister in charge of dinner, if there was such a thing.
Maybe you could stop the axing of school lunches. What do you think about that?
I didn’t know anything about it. I haven’t got an opinion on that but I would, however, like to see cooking classes in school. Just an hour a week from the age of ﬁve up until the time you leave. That would be enough. One thing that Eat Well For Less has taught me over the three years now is there’s a chronic skills shortage in the UK, making people reliant on expensive pre-made foods. People buy them for two reasons - one: they don’t have the skills to prep food and secondly: because they honestly believe it saves them time. I wandered round the supermarket the other day to these subliminal messages. It had Meal Solutions above the cabinet. I wasn’t aware it was a puzzle that needed solving.
It’s subliminal brainwashing isn’t it?
If you tell people this, and you convince people… How many times have you heard: ‘We’re cash rich but we’re time poor’. Who wants you to believe that? I don’t believe that is true. It’s telling us that we’re busy people. We haven’t got time to
cook and also cookery is a chore akin to ironing so what you should do is treat yourself and spend more money on your food than you would do if you prepped it yourself.
how to cook and are spending far more money than they need to because they’re scared of cooking.
This is highly dangerous and if we carry on going generation after generation of de-skilled people we’re going to be completely and utterly reliant on ready-made foods.
I would love to do a TV programme where I just do cheap, quick, healthy meals. But I don’t know what format to deliver it in rather than just stand their cooking, which I think may be a little bit passé. Every time we do a simple recipe on Eat Well For Less we get inundated with requests for that recipe so I know there’s a huge appetite.
What are your thoughts on 'clean eating'?
I don’t know what that is. It’s the ﬁrst time I’ve heard that.
It means no reﬁned sugar, no wheat, dairy, that sort of thing.
Urgh, I don’t like the sound of that at all. I want to eat Angel Delight and toast. That’s rubbish. That sounds like an extreme to me, like it would put the majority of people off. I’m talking about the majority of people cooking their dinner, that’s all I want. It can be dirty eating or clean eating. I don’t care. I want you to cook your own dinner.
How can we encourage that?
What I really would like to do, which I think would solve everything, is if I could convince lots of people that time in the kitchen could be their time - and it can be fun time. It’s more constructive than having your bottom on a sofa. That’s what I’d like rather than come home and: ‘Oh I have to do this thing’, I want people to go: ‘I’m looking forward to that’.
When did ready meals start to take over?
We got to this point after the second World War where all the advertising was about labour saving devices in the home. Women had been working during WW2, more so than ever before and it was likely they would want to carry on. You were having less women at home. I spoke to my grandmother - she was in her nineties when she died - and I talked to my mother about this. Everything was about labour saving and it carried on. The hugely popular Cadbury Smash robots laughing at humans peeling and mashing potatoes. There was a whole generation - my grandmother’s generation - who deliberately didn’t pass on those skills to their children because they thought they were burdening them. A whole skillset go lost. Now it’s a tricky one. I’ve had a look at food cultures - my wife’s Italian - and if you look at rural France and the south of Italy, where you’ve got serious quality food culture you’ve actually got a big majority of people still working on the land on food production. You’ve also got a big majority of women not working. Now I don’t think that’s a price that Britain would want to pay so quite what we do I don’t know. I’ve got some ideas but I’m not sure. What that means is huge swathes of the population now who can’t cook, don’t know
That's a real shame...
Even when we do things like cook dry pasta. I really would like to do it in a fun way. I’ve got all the recipes. I’ve been thinking about this now for two years. Not continuously, I’ve been to work in the meantime, but I can’t think of a format. Every format I think of comes up in a hybrid of MasterChef and Eat Well. You can’t just rip off the people you’re working with. I want to do something other than what the TV people call ‘chop and chat’. We have got serious problems and I do get nervous of it. I’d like to introduce cookery back into schools. Start off with veg prep, move your way through putting a piece of ﬁsh in the oven to bake. Really simple things. Making a pasta sauce with tins of tomatoes. Shepherd’s pie, soups, so that people would leave school with basic cookery skills so they could feed themselves and their families cheap, healthy food. We’re missing out so much by not doing it. I’m not an expert but I’m sure if we all knew how to do that we’d all eat healthier foods as well.
Could that also help people who rely on food banks?
I don’t know. When we started doing Eat Well For Less people said you should do it with people who really are on the breadline. When we investigated we found out those people had bigger issues than food. We weren’t social services. It would be pointless.You’d be painting over the cracks.
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The story of Saint Valentine The tradition that romantics show their affection by exchanging tokens of love, letters and cards to their 'Valentine' on February 14th has been popular since the mid Seventeenth century in the UK. As many of us start to consider how we to spoil that special someone this year - a romantic meal, city break, an overly affectionate showering of gifts or just a bottle of plonk accompanied by chocolates and wine - have we ever wondered why this ritual exists and how it all began?
Orleans to his wife while he was imprisoned in the Tower of London following his capture at the Battle of Agincourt. The greeting, which was written in 1415, is part of the manuscriptcollection of the British Library in London, England. Several years later, it is believed that King Henry V hired a writer named John Lydgate to compose a valentine note to Catherine of Valois.
Before he died, it is alleged that he wrote her a letter, which he signed "From your Valentine", an expression that is still used in many Valentine's cards today. Food and romance have been succesful Although there are a number of possible theories of who Saint Valentine was, one of the most feasible is that Valentine was a Roman priest who served during the third century in Rome. The Emperor at the time, Claudius II, decided that single men made better soldiers than those with wives and families, therefore, he outlawed marriage for young men so that he had a strong and fulsome Army. Valentine, defi ed the Emperors wishes and secretly performed weddings for young lovers desperate to commit their love to each other. Imprisoned for his treachery, it is believed that Valentine fell in love with a young girl — who many believe to have been the jailer's daughter — who visited him during his confi nement. Before he died, it is alleged that he wrote her a letter, which he signed "From your Valentine," an expression that is still used in many Valentine's cards today. Although there are several theories about Saint Valentine, what is apparent in all the accounts of his life is his appeal as a sympathetic, heroic, and, most importantly, romantic figure. Many suggest that the importance of February 14th comes down to the fact that this was the day that Valentine died. Others point to the beginning of the bird's matting season in Europe, adding to the ideal that the middle of February should be the day for romance. The oldest known valentine still in existence today was a poem written by Charles, Duke of
bedfellows since the beginning of time. For those who are feeling a little amorous the recipe for a perfect Valentine's Day should contain foods with aphrodisiac qualities:
Chocolate: cocoa contains the chemical phenylethylamine, a stimulant that conjures just the sort of subtle feelings of well-being and excitement that can lead to other things..... Oysters: It sounds a bit clichéd, but they really can spark randiness. These shellfish are brimming with zinc, a mineral that cranks up the production of testosterone, which has been linked to a higher sex drive. Red Wine: Red wine contains resveratrol, an antioxidant that helps boost blood flow and improves circulation before, allowing the blood to run faster and enhance the labido. Champagne: Although there are no known aphrodisiac qualities in Champagne, the fact that you have gone that extra mile and paid that extra few quid to buy a nice bottle of Champagne will at least impress your other half into thinking that you are spoiling them. And if not, maybe the bubbles will get them! Although Valentine's Day has become more commercialised and marketable in recent years with pre-written cards and heart emblazoned cuddly toys, make this year special for your Valentine with a handwritten note like our original Saint Valentine.
THE MAYFLOWER BRASSERIE AT BORINGDON HALL Boringdon Hall in Plympton have given their Wembury Restaurant a complete new look, new menu and new name - The Mayflower Brasserie, celebrating the historical links to the Mayflower voyage from Plymouth to America in 1620. The traditional décor of the Wembury has been replaced with a more modern, contemporary feel whilst still maintaining the feeling of history, charm and elegance of the manor house. With oak flooring, luxurious fabrics and contemporary seating, the Mayflower Brasserie creates a warm, welcoming and relaxed ambience with a stylish blend of the old and new.
With oak flooring, luxurious fabrics and contemporary seating, the Mayflower Brasserie creates a warm, welcoming and relaxed ambience with a stylish blend of the old and new.
Alongside the new name and new look, a new brasserie-style menu has been created offering seasonal dishes which include scotched hens egg, maple glazed bacon chops with poached eggs and chunky chips, falafel burger with beetroot hummus. To finish, wholesome puddings such as hot waffle sundae, Raspberry and oat crumble cheesecake and date and dark ale sticky toffee pudding, The Mayflower Brasserie offers the ideal backdrop for a casual lunch date, sophisticated social gathering or a celebration with friends and family. The versatile new space will also be suitable for conferences and meetings.
More information can be found on the hotel’s website www.boringdonhall.co.uk or to make a booking call 01752 344455.
Keep your eyes peeled for our Beatrix Potter Afternoon Tea launching in January!
Introducing our new Mayflower Brasserie, tantalising seasonal dishes served in a relaxed, brasserie-style restaurant that compliments Boringdonâ€™s historic charm.
Discover an insanely delicious dining experience with our 5 and 7 course tasting menus in the Gallery Restaurant. Carefully created by head chef, Scott Paton
Boringdon Hall, Plymouth, Devon, PL7 4DP boringdonhall.co.uk / 01752 545792 / @boringdonhall
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The Bard of Scotland Born on January 25th 1759, in Alloway, Scotland, Robert Burns early life doesn't read like that of a national hero. But in his short life (Burns died aged just 37), he had taken the Scottish literary world by storm, and had secured a place for himself in history and in legend. Burns father was a tenant farmer, and although not rich, wanted the best for his son and in the established Scottish tradition made sure young Robert was well educated. Burns received instruction in Latin, French and mathematics and it was also about this time (aged 15) that Burns turned his hand to poetry.
With a rich social life, but from an upbringing that taught him hard work, and the ways of the land, Burns became a freemason (of St David's Lodge, Tarbolton), in 1781. His lifelong connection with freemasonry provided a constant social support as well offering him connections to influential parties.
Along with an education came a developing social life. Not only was Burns learning about the world but whilst working on his father's fields he met a young girl named Nelly. He soon found himself filled with passion for what he would later call "man's first great pleasure in life," and wrote one of his earliest poems about the girl.
After his fathers death in 1874, Burns become a regular churchgoer ('Kirk'). Its strong links to the rural community along with its guardianship of public morality would serve as much as a crutch as well as a source of devilment.
As the young Burns grew, so did his success with women. Male friends would comment that Burns would leave them at a tavern if a feminine opportunity presented itself. He would later go on to have fourteen children with six different mothers.
The years 1784 to 1785 were some of Burns's most prolific periods. Robert was working on his farm in Mossgiel, writing poetry, living with Jean Armour, who was pregnant by him, it seemed that things had worked out well for Burns. Unfortunately, not all in the garden was rosey. Armour's marriage to Burns was opposed by her father, the farm was not profitable, the only way out, it seemed, was to emigrate.
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His plans to sail to the Caribbean were well advanced when he was advised by a local lawyer, Gavin Hamilton that to finance the voyage he should publish some of his poems. At a cost of three shillings, the entire print-run of 612 copies sold out within a month, justifying his belief in his abilities and in the merit of his poems. His book - the 'Kilmarnock edition' caused him to reconsider his plans to emigrate. Burns decided to continue his literary development by visiting Edinburgh.It wasn't long before Burns became part of the social fabric in Edinburgh, developing relations with The Earl of Glencairn and William Creech who helped fund and promote (respectively) a second volume of poems called 'The Edinburgh edition'. The new edition of work would include a 'slight pilgrimage to the classic scenes of this country', giving Burns an opportunity to travel the Highlands and Borders that both influenced his work as well as its readers to name him the 'Scottish Bard'. In 1787, Burns became involved in a number of musical projects. During this time Burns sent a copy of an original song to the Scots Musical Museum with the remark, "The following song, an old song, of the olden times, and which has never been in print, nor even in manuscript until I took it down from an old man." Some of the lyrics were indeed "collected" rather than composed by the poet but It is a fair to attribute the rest of the poem/song 'Auld Lang Syne' to Burns. In 1789, failing health overshadowed his literary and musical output. Years of hard physical labour working on a series of unproductive farms aggravated his longstanding heart condition. This lead to his premature death at the age of 37 in 1796. Scotland went into mourning; ten thousand people attended his funeral and he was later named national poet of Scotland. In a typically poetic style, on the day of his funeral, his wife gave birth to their youngest son, Maxwell. In 1801, some of Burns' friends and admirers decided to honor the departed poet with a dinner. Each year they would meet, read Burn's poems, drink Whiskey and offer up a feast of Haggis whilst giving out a boisterous rendition of late Bard's poem "Address to a Haggisâ€?.
BURNS NIGHT 2018 SATURDAY 27TH JANUARY, 7.30pm CELEBRATE THE LIFE OF ROBERT BURNS, INCLUDING A TRADITIONAL PARADE, BAG PIPES, TOAST TO THE HAGGIS AND AULD LANG SYNE Booking essential
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Great wines from Colli Berici Wine review by Stephen Barrett Like many wine colleagues the utter surprise of discovering a relatively unknown region, its soils, wines, history and its people is I guess why the excitement of this kind of educational trip makes it more than worthwhile. Having previously tasted just one wine from this district I was eager to absorb all that could be thrown at me. It didn’t take long as we visited the vineyards and tasted the wines from this unique strip of land with conical shaped hills and lush valleys sporting many different soil types. Nearer to Vicenza than Verona the terrior has all the keys to the winemaking and culture of Colli Berici.The climate might best be described as Continental meets Mediterranean a sort of quiet region boasting quality tourism and pursuits. Mountain bike riders were absolutely everywhere! Our quarry this day was an established estate with a family run business at the helm. Piovene Porto Godi is the name of this truly beautiful wine estate with 220 ha of land farmed with 28 ha of vines planted for estate produced wines of distinction. This district of Colli Berici is famed for a grape few will have heard of – Tai Rosso which is in fact Grenache in France and Garnacha in Spain. Having slurped my way round several samples of this lovely wine at previous wineries I absolutely melted when I approached Piovene’s exquisite sample. Generally made as a cash crop with a lighter – easy glugging style – this one was certainly not that. Piovene’s Tai Rosso 2013 Thovara ( Good Earth) £26.48 from Tannico – www.tannico.co.uk is an oak-aged beauty of great import. It is carefully vinified and aged to last. Its potential is obvious and sophisticated. A white that impressed me was a total surprise as it was Sauvignon Blanc! Under the name Campigie this 2016 Sauvignon Blanc again from Tannico @ £15.36 for 75cl was produced under IGT (Indicazione Geographica Tipica) or grapes being harvested and allowed to cross regions. The surprise was the density of the wine, its beautifully crafted ripe fruit profile created with minimal intervention wine making with 6 – 8 month in oak for good measure had created something rather special. Or those who know it, it reminded me of Greywacke from Kevin Judd! This is a great wine house with parts of the estate’s cellar going back 1000 years and still stuffed to the brim with filled oak casks in their slumber. Attention to detail has created a go – to winery, something all wine lovers crave.
Supper that evening was eagerly awaited at the Castelli di Giulietta e Romeo in Montecchio where we were right royally entertained to a seafood supper hosted by Vitevis a noted cooperative based business supplying wine to over 29 countries – including the UK. Represented by Liberty in London and supplying Marks and Spencer this is a slick operation creating wines from throughout the Berici and Gambellara regions.
Fantastic themed events at The Corinthian Situated on the edge of Plymouth’s famous waterfront, drenched in history, an iconic figure of Plymouth Hoe is The Corinthian. With unrivalled views of Mount batten, Jennycliffe, Drake Island, Mount Edgecombe and much more we are the perfect seaside location. Add to this our panoramic ocean views and you will feel as though you are dining on the sea itself! Make sure to keep your eyes peeled whilst visiting; as many have spotted a dolphin, seal and even the odd celebrity.
With 75% white to 25% red the accent (amongst other) is on Garganega, Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay and the for the sparkler, Durella. For the reds they feature Tai Rosso, Cabernets, Merlot, Corvina and Carmenere. This was our first introduction to Durella and its inimitable style of fizz. Weightier than Glera (Prosecco) with a stronger fruit – based middle palate, will it take off in the UK? Who knows? It certainly has an inimitable style about it. Next an impressive LXI Organic Pinot Grigio 2016 (Liberty) showing a full – weight style with its inimitable pear drop nose and citrus finish. Next up was a Chardonnay from Torre dei Vescovi 2014 with a Lime fruited style. Great with the seafood for supper. Merlot followed from Torre dei Vescovi 2015 showing juicy plumy fruit styling with a gentle light tannic finish. Good with fish even – it was served cool! With such a large operation with export as a prime mover we were impressed with the hygiene and pure fruit styles of these regional wines – something for everyone you might say….Go search…. Next week we explore the beautiful Soave region…
Our restaurant menus can be found on our website www.rpcyc.com, there is no need to book as we are always happy to see you!, however it is advised through those pesky busy periods. Our varied and exciting menus keep your experience fresh, while our presentation is vibrant and food home heartily filling. The dedicated kitchen team produce taste bud tingling food from breakfast, cakes, afternoon tea, snacks, and lunches to elaborate three course meals and beyond. However, what is the perfect meal without something to wash it all down with? No worries, here at The Corinthian we have a fully licensed and stocked bar to take care of you. You can keep local with our fantastic ales or travel the around the world through our extensive wine list. Or you could always add in a cheeky cocktail or get the bubbles following with a pop of Champagne. Keep your eyes peeled on our Facebook pageThe Royal Plymouth Corinthian Yacht Club and website for phenomenal upcoming events. Are you a Game of Thrones fan? Would you have liked to have dined at the red wedding? Well join us on 28th January for A Game of Thrones themed afternoon tea.
Stephen Barrett is a Wine, Food and Travel Writer based in Plymouth. Stephen welcomes correspondence via his website www.stephenbarrett.com, Facebook, Google +, LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram @BistroWineMan.
Also, The Corinthian Restaurant will once again become the focal point for their annual Burns’ Night event, celebrating the life and poetry of Robert ‘Rabbie’ Burns on 25th January. You can buy tickets for both events by calling 01752 664327. Visit the website for more details: www.rpcyc.com
food and drink book releases
Lose Weight for Good by Tom Kerridge Publisher: Absolute Press RRP: £ 11.00 (hardcover)
Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge has been developing top recipes for nearly three decades and knows how to make things taste good. He also understands how much willpower it takes to shift unhealthy excess weight, because he has lost over 11 stone in the last four years by following a low-carb diet. Having opened their doors in September 1987 Now Tom is turning helping foodas the premier hotelhis in attention Plymouth,to2017 marks the lovers who anniversary have chosenofathe lower-calorie as thirty year Copthornediet Hotel. their own route to weight-loss. The Hotel management team is delighted to announce the commencement of a signiﬁcant refurbishment program as of 26 September which will address all of the public areas including the main reception, restaurant, bar and function suite lobby. Trevor Vels, the General Manager said “We are thrilled to announce the complete facelift and re-launch of our restaurant which will establish us once again as a leader in the local restaurant and hotel market.
Don't be late for these very important dates at The Copthorne Hotel
The relaunch of the restaurant will include a complete rebranding, including the re-naming of the restaurant and bar and our staff are very excited as they are being tasked via a competitionto name the new restaurant and bar areas.. We cannot wait to begin rebuilding our reputation as one of the leading restaurants in the city. ” The hotel’s rooms are also being worked on with a rolling redecoration program with a half of all rooms anticipated to be completed by December. The hotel management would like to assure
all of their guests that it is very much business The Body Blitz as usual4-Week at the hotel with works being done without any disturbance to guest facilities. The by Chloe Madeley
refurbishment program is due to be completed Publisher: Bantam Press in mid-February, with further room furniture RRP: £ 7.00planned (hardcover) replacement for mid-2018.
Chloe Madeley is a qualified personal trainer who specialises in body shape transformation. In the 4-Week Body Blitz, she lays out the exercises you need to do and the food you should eat every single day for four weeks in order to get yourself in shape. Follow Chloe's instructions and you will see a significant difference in how your body looks. What’s more, you don't need a gym membership or expensive equipment to follow Chloe's plan.
The hotel has a fantastic festive calendar of events that are being hosted at the hotel throughout December and there is something for everyone. From Mad Hatter’s themed afternoon teas, festive party nights and Breakfast with Santa. Please see our calender of events below;
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New Year, New Improved at Copthorne Hotel Plymouth Copthorne Hotel Mad Hatters themed Every Friday and Saturday night throughout December
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Gordon Ramsay Ultimate Fit Food by Gordon Ramsey
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton RRP: £ 22.00 (hardcover) The dream combination - a Michelin-starred superchef who is also a committed athlete. Gordon knows how important it is to eat well, whether you're training for a triathlon or just leading a busy active life. And just because it's healthy food you don't have to compromise on taste and flavour.and the New Year, with everything you need to enjoy the winter months.
New Brewer & Bean Now Open In Plymouth!
On Friday 17th November 2017, the very first standalone Brewer & Bean coffee shop opened its doors next to The Ship Inn on Plymouth’s Barbican, managed by Plymouth local Kate Nayler and her friendly team. Boasting uniquely blended brews of a nonalcoholic nature, the ever-growing popularity of the Brewer & Bean brand led to the launch of this standalone shop next door to the St Austell Brewery owned pub.
Brewer & Bean Plymouth serves freshly ground, Fairtrade, proper coffee, made using the finest Fairtrade coffee beans, ethically and sustainably sourced and blended to St Austell Brewery’s own exclusive recipe.
Visit us today for top quality service and a freshly ground Brewer & Bean coffee, made with care by our trained baristas.
Open 7-days a week from 7am until 4pm and Brewer & Bean Plymouth serves a full line-up of juices, smoothies and handmade cakes, snacks and sandwiches alongside the popular Brewer & Bean coffee and tea options. Visit us today for top quality service and a freshly ground Brewer & Bean coffee, made with care by our trained baristas.
The Fat-Loss Plan by Joe Wicks Publisher: Bluebird RRP: £ 8.49 (hardcover)
Inside the book is a combination of reduced carb, post workout and snacks and sweet treat recipes – all incredibly tasty and easy to make in 15 minutes flat. For more information on menus, pricing and opening go to www.brewerandbean.co.uk or follow #brewerandbean.
Thanks to sample weekly plans and ingredients lists, Joe makes it simple for you to prep like a boss and eat well every day of the week.
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Fifty Shades Freed Released: Genre: Est box office: Director: Film cast:
9th February Romance, Drama £20,000,000 James Foley Jamie Dornan, Dakota Johnson, Kim Basinger, Rita Ora 18 Universal Pictures
Synopsis: Believing they have left behind shadowy figures from their past, newlyweds Christian and Ana fully embrace an inextricable connection and shared life of luxury. But just as she steps into her role as Mrs. Grey and he relaxes into an unfamiliar stability, new threats could jeopardize their happy ending before it even begins.
Coco Released: Genre: Est box office: Director: Film cast:
19th January Animation, Family £20,000,000 Lee Unkrich Anthony Gonzalez Gael García Bernal Benjamin Bratt Alanna Ubach PG Walt Disney Studios
Synopsis: Despite his family's generations-old ban on music, young Miguel dreams of becoming an accomplished musician like his idol Ernesto de la Cruz. Desperate to prove his talent, Miguel finds himself in the stunning and colorful Land of the Dead. After meeting a charming trickster named Héctor, the two new friends embark on an extraordinary journey to unlock the real story behind Miguel's family history.
Annihilation Released: Genre: Est box office: Director: Film cast:
23rd February Sci-Fi, Drama £6,000,000 Alex Garland Natalie Portman, Tessa Thompson, Oscar Isaac, Jennifer Jason Leigh TBC Paramount
Synopsis: A biologist searches for her missing husband while on an expedition with a secret agency and discovers a dangerous creature lurking in the wilderness.
Extinction Released: Genre: Est box office: Director: Film cast: Certificate: Distributor:
1st January Sci-Fi, Suspense £2,800,000 Ben Young Michael Peña, Lizzy Caplan TBC Universal Pictures
Synopsis: A father has a recurring dream of losing his family. His nightmare turns into reality when the planet is invaded by a force bent on destruction. Fighting for their lives, he comes to realize an unknown strength to keep them safe from harm.
I, Tonya Released: Genre: Est box office: Director: Film cast: Certificate: Distributor:
6th February Drama, Sport £1,500,000 Craig Gillespie Margot Robbie, Sebastian Stan TBC Clubhouse
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Fitness for life The start of a new year offers up an opportunity to reﬂect on the year just passed and focus on the year ahead. It's also a chance for us to take stock of our lives. No matter what age we may be, we are all the youngest we will ever be; so why not embrace change and create a more positive, happier, healthier future.
After a celebratory festive period, the new year tends to throw up a number of resolutions that target health. I know you would have heard all this before, but it would be remiss of us not to suggest a healthier regime. This doesn't have to be an all-out attack on the local gym, it could be as simple as a regualr walk or excersise.
No matter what age we may be, we are all the youngest we will ever be; so why not embrace change and create a more positive, happier, healthier future. 58 woinplymouth
Expert tips for keeping your health and ﬁtness regime throughout 2018 Whether you are considering eating less fatty foods, drinking less or maybe quitting cigarettes, there are a number of services and advisers locally that can help you achieve your goals. Even the smallest changes can have a profound effect on your wellbeing and general demeanour, clearing your systems of toxins that will leave you feeling fresh and ready for some new challenges for the year ahead. If you want to take your health and ﬁtness that one step further then joining a Gym or Fitness Club will not only give you that impetus to make 2018 a healthier one, but will also open up a new group of friends to boost your social calendar.
Once you start seeing progress it’ll all make sense why you’re doing this and it will be worth it.
If the thought of signing up to a 12 month contract at your local gym seems a little too expensive then there are many other less expensive ways to get healthier and lose pounds in weight rather than ﬁnancially. Look out for local running and swimming clubs, inexpensive and possibly the best way to get ﬁt and keep weight off as well as meet new 'like-minded' people. If you feel the need to go that extra mile, then employing the services of a personal trainer. A Personal Trainer can advise on ﬁtness as well as nutritional programmes and will be there every step of the way encouraging you to achieve your target. Not everybody is the same and therefore a tailored programme that ecapsulates excercise and healthy eating will get the best results. We speak to a selection of ﬁtness professionals who can offer up some fantastic ﬁtness tips and advice to kick start your new regime.
Marjon Sport and Health It’s that time of the year again where you are most likely thinking of new year’s resolutions relating to your health and wellbeing. You join the gym and go all at it 100% for the ﬁrst couple weeks and then it tends to die down for a few months and then yet again summer approaches and you’re ﬁlled with regret that you didn’t stick to that New Year’s plan. Well this time if you’re new year’s resolution is to lose weight or improve your ﬁtness you need to set realistic goals for yourself. Here’s my top 3 big tips on how you can really stay dedicated this time round.
Set small targets at ﬁrst such as attending the gym a minimum of 3 times a week. If you go all out and go gym every day for the ﬁrst week or two these are not sustainable. You
must be realistic with your lifestyle so it’s best to take small steps which you can abide by then see if you can progress from there. This also relates to diet as people tend to go on these crazy plans they see online or hear from a friend and they can either go from one extreme to the other such as cutting out good foods they enjoy and replacing them with boring and foods they dislike. This is far from sustainable and people always fall off the wagon. It’s best to learn how diet works and how you can enjoy good foods and still get results.
Results take time and by achieving results you must stay consistent. A simple slip up can be detrimental to your goals so it’s best to stay focused and keep that consistency throughout the duration. Once you start seeing progress it’ll all make sense why you’re doing this and it will be worth it.
Positive thinking and believing you can do it is the most important of all and remembering why you’re doing this. It could be for yourself or it could be for others just never forget why you started and also remember anything is achievable with the right guidance and knowledge provided.
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health experts After a celebratory festive period you may feel that a healthier regime is in order for 2018. Here, we speak to some local health and fitness professionals who can not only point you in the right direction with tips and advice that should inspire you to make the first step towards a healthier and more positive new year.
Having a good all-round workout plan in your life contributes to many health and wellbeing benefits. These are just a few you can enjoy;
Cardiovascular and Aerobic Conditioning Beneficial aerobic activities are defined as exercises that raise your heart rate to your target heart rate and maintain that level for a minimum of 20 minutes. Aerobic exercise improves your health by;
Fitness is for life, not just for New Year:
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Experts 'top tips' for keeping your health and fitness regime throughout 2017
The start of a new year offers up an opportunity to reflect on the year just passed and focus on the year ahead. It's also a chance for us to take stock of our lives. No matter what age we may be, we are all the youngest we are ever going to be, so why not embrace change and create a more positive, happier, healthier future.
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Tips for a typical training session
Look at a ‘whole body workout’ opposed to specific muscle groups, for example; day 1 chest, day 2 legs. Below is a brief outline:
• Compound lift
(Leg press / Squat / Deadlift / Hip Thrust)
• Single Leg
(Step-Up / Split Squat / Bulgarian Split Squat)
The key to ﬁnding your ﬁtness motivation Make it Social
• Leg ancillary
Friends and family can be great motivators, it’s far easier to do something together! Group fitness classes are a fun and social way to enjoy your workout with others.
(RDL / Glute-Hamstring Raise / Quad Extension / Calf Raise)
Technology such as fitness trackers are another new social motivator. Many have apps which let you post your achievements to social media so your friends can give you that well-deserved pat on the back!
(Shoulder Press / Bench Press / Military Press / Press-Ups)
( Lat Pull-Down / Bench Pull / Dumbbell Row / Pull-Ups)
Bold ambitions are admirable, but when we expect too much too soon this often leads to disappointment and ultimately giving up when we fall short. Simply put, set yourself achievable goals and work from there. Finding exercise that you enjoy is the easiest way to achieve this. Exercise can be done at home, outdoors, in the gym or studio.
(Weighted / Isometric holds / Controlled Repetitions)
Top Tips: Here are recommended top tips to ensure a high quality training session: • Always have a plan when going into the gym – this can simply be planning it on your journey. • Structure your training to your specific goal – don’t just go on a machine that is free, or copy someone else. You are training to make YOURSELF better. • Always complete a push and pull (antagonistic pair) to remain balanced.
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• Single arm and single leg exercises are very important to retain symmetry for both aesthetic reasons and performance. • Nutrition and sleep are just as important as training. Consistencies of all three elements are crucial for improving performance and helping you reach your goal. Fuelling your body with the correct nutrients and sleeping for a minimum of eight hours per night will help to enhance energy levels and increase productivity in the gym. • Rest days – this is something I strongly recommend. Your muscles need a break to allow adaptation and a day off helps your body recuperate and re-energise.
Sue Raven Group Fitness Coordinator YMCA Plymouth
We all know that we should be doing regular exercise, but we also all know that in reality it’s not so simple! During my 30 years as a fitness instructor, helping hundreds of people on their fitness journey, I’ve learned the key to finding your fitness motivation is discovering what really works for you. But how do we do this when we’re all so different? Here are my three simple tips to help you answer that question and find your fitness motivation!
Find the time
Fitting your fitness into your busy schedule is always the first step. Take a look at your week and see what can work. This may be longer workouts at the weekend or shorter ones during the week. Remember, simply walking to work or the shop occasionally all helps!
There are so many options, don’t be afraid to try out different things. Where I teach at YMCA Plymouth we offer a wide variety of classes throughout the week. There’s everything from quick 30 minute classes, dance fitness, strength & toning, to martial arts inspired workouts. It’s as simple as that! Keep these tips in mind and start making your workout work for you. Before you know it, you’ll find yourself motivated and looking forward to putting those trainers on every time. For more details on what YMCA Plymouth can offer you call 01752 201918 or visit: www.ymcaplymouth.org.uk/fitness
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Improve Your Posture and Reduce Neck and Shoulder Pain
Massage therapists see and treat a wide variety of painful conditions but by far the most common are those related to stress and poor posture. We are all aware that poor posture causes neck and shoulder pain, but what are the processes involved?
vessels and is potentially very vulnerable. Our instinctive reaction to any threat, including the insidious stress we experience in modern life is to raise our shoulders to protect the exposed neck and throat. The shoulders rise up as the head drops down and the back stoops.
David and Charlotte McGuinness Massage Therapists
(RmADV, NAMMT, CNHC) The fact is we are designed to be hunter gatherers. In the natural state we would spend a good deal of the time standing, walking, running and constantly moving. Our bodies were made to move: a recent study of the bones of Neolithic women, published in the journal Science Advances, showed that their strength would have been comparable to that of modern female elite athletes. However most of us in the modern world spend much of our time sat at a desk, driving a car, or slumped in front of the TV or smartphone. Stress, poor self esteem, anxiety and depression
Maintaining the same stooped posture causes unrelenting pressure on the same muscle groups and causes muscle fatigue. You can assess your own posture by asking a friend to take a photograph of you side-on in a sitting or standing position.Draw an imaginary line down from your ear. It should pass through your shoulders and down the centre line of your body. Note any curve of the spine and shoulders that are rolled forward. Pay particular attention to your head position. When the head is forward of the centre of gravity, its apparent weight is increased. Think of the extra strain involved in holding the head up in this situation.The average head weighs 5kg. A forward head posture can increase the apparent weight of the head to 20kg. Muscles not normally designed for holding the head up are recruited for the task and aren’t happy about it. This sets off a cascade of events that, in the long term, can cause a great deal of pain and discomfort. the knock on effects can be very widespread and debilitating and It is the soft tissues that suffer ﬁrst.
such as low back pain as well as shoulder and neck pain.The problem escalates as muscles designed to move bones are now given the task of stabilisation. The body sacriﬁces ﬂexibility for stability. In a sense it is stuck in a rut of chronic pain that requires a nudge to reset the balance. Given the opportunity the body will heal itself but sometimes just needs a push in the right direction. Massage is one way of pressing the reset button. The massage treatment releases and stretches short tight muscle and activates weak inhibited muscle. Trigger points will also need to be deactivated. Once the body has been prepared for repair, the original cause, poor posture, will need to be addressed. The process of rehabilitation involves awareness and education as much as the myofascial release and deep tissue massage. Specially designed exercises, stretches and home treatments are then introduced as part of the recovery package. The Muscle Clinic is a Remedial and Sports Massage clinic in Plymouth City Centre. Please contact us by phone to make a booking: Tel: 01752 313474 M: 07776 252539 www.muscleclinic.co.uk Twitter: @muscleclinic Facebook:/themuscleclinic
make matters worse. Negative emotions The can clinic is based in Plymouth City Centre. Free parking. Disabled access is available. are expressed through ﬂexion of the spine – the desire to curl up into a protective ball. The neck is the site of many important nerves and blood
Changes in one part of the body lead to adaptive changes in other distant parts of the body. The patient may have widespread problems
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Taking to the Waters
Soaking in 'thermal waters' is certainly not a recent discovery. Throughout the ages, the interest in 'taking to the waters' for health and medicinal purposes has intrigued nations for centuries.
There are many theories to the origins of the word 'Spa'. Some of the more favoured are that the word originates from the Latin word “spagere” (to scatter, sprinkle, moisten) or may be an acronym of the phrase “sanitas per aquas” (health through water). Another theory comes from the Belgian town, Spa, who gained its name from its fountain ('espa') were, In the 14th century, a thermal spring was discovered
In ancient Greece, taking to the waters was considered a popular treatment for a wide range of diseases. Although, the Greeks preffered to bathe in fresh water, from natural resources, they also bathed in the sea. Private baths were confined, initially, to the wealthy but soon public baths opened and considered sacred places. The Greek physician, Hippocrates, proposed the hypothesis that the cause of all diseases lay in an imbalance of the bodily fluids. To regain the balance a change of habits and environment was advised, which included bathing, perspiration, walking, and massages. It was common place that baths were combined with sports and education, the precursors of the gymnasium.
Influenced by the Greeks, the Romans built three different types of baths: baths at home (balnea), private baths (balnea privata), and public baths (balnea publica).During their heyday, the inhabitants of Rome used 1400 litres of water per person per day. With the help of aqueducts, which would bring water from natural sources into cities, public baths developed into large, imposing buildings (thermae) with the capacity to hold thousands of people.
Throughout the ages, the interest in 'taking to the waters' for health and medicinal purposes has intrigued nations for centuries. Unlike the Greeks, who took the waters after intensive physical exercises, the Romans would originally use the waters to help heal afflicted parts of the body, and to immersion of the whole body in the water (especially for rheumatic and urogenital diseases). Over the years the Roman bathing culture gradually changed towards a place for relaxation and pleasure, rather than for medical treatment, although this was still provided.
Fall and Rise:
As the Roman Empire fell and Christianity took a firm grip in Britain, the bathing culture was officially prohibited. It wasn't until the early 19th century that interest in the health benefits of bathing grew once again. Improvements in medical practices, and a greater understanding of how natural resources can benefit the human body, encouraged more people to try hydrotherapy. As natural springs became more popular, so to did the development of hotels and resorts, directing more attention towards leisure. Steam baths, saunas, whirlpools, and solariums; the main objective being to relax and strengthen the body and mind. We take a look at some of Bath's best Spas and how they can offer the perfect remedy for 21st Century living.
Gaia Spa Boringdon is the destination spa on the edge of Dartmoor. With the philosophy of Your Wellness, Naturally, Gaia Spa provides the time and the space to nurture key elements of wellness: Relaxation, Fitness, Diet and Socialisation. Whether you need a soothing treatment to relax or an intense gym session to uplift, Gaia Spa, named after Mother Nature will help you, be you. We all deserve a bit of ‘me-time’... Boasting spaces that have been created to find you naturally relaxed, Gaia Spa facilities and therapies provide the opportunity to nourish mind, body and spirit, resulting in a balance between the individual and the wider world we live in. Encouraging mindfulness and relaxation, Gaia Spa is home to the deep relaxation room, an oasis of calm and exclusively for people having treatments. This heavenly place enables guests to reconnect with ones natural self through meditation or simply by resting and relaxing. Because goals are set to be succeeded! The gym at Gaia Spa brings a whole new level of fi tness to the South West. Members benefit from a wide selection of CV and resistance equipment, a fully air coned space, the option of highly personalised workout schedules using free weights and pulleys and regular fi tness and yoga classes. Memberships are limited to ensure that members enjoy their workout without feeling rushed in an overcrowded gym, and also benefit from separate changing areas to other spa users. Gaia Spa is about contributing to an individual’s total wellness; personal trainers are on-hand to assist with individual goals and there to support each member’s fi tness journey. Food, glorious food! The stylish Spatisserie at Gaia Spa is a sociable dining and relaxation space serving light lunches, afternoon tea and Champagne. With two outside terraces overlooking Dartmoor, guests can sit and soak in the views whilst enjoying a little bit of what they love. The lunch menu has been designed to nourish and sustain whilst afternoon teas are the perfect afternoon treat especially with a glass of champagne. Memberships at Gaia Spa are available from £80, soothing spa days from £55 and relaxing treatments from £15. www.gaiaboringdon.co.uk
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Amy Williams became Britain’s first solo Winter Olympic champion in 30 years (and the first by a woman in 58 years), when she won gold in the Skeleton at the 2010 Vancouver Winter games. Later in 2010, Amy was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2010 Birthday Honours as well as being installed as an Honorary Freeman of the City of Bath.
Having retired from the sport in 2012, she has since been a regular on our TV screens, presenting Ski Sunday and The Gadget Show from 2014-16. In 2018, Amy will also be spearheading the BBC's Winter Olympics coverage in Pyeonchang, South Korea and talks to us exclusively about her dedication to the sport, setting goals to achieve your fitness targets as well as getting back into shape since having her son Oscar in March 2017. Hi Amy, the last time we spoke you had just won your gold medal in Vancouver and had been projected overnight into the public eye. You will be covering the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea in February. Are you at all envious of those taking part? It’s always an incredible experience being at an Olympic Games. In Sochi 2014 I was commenting with BBC Sport and it was very emotional as I really wanted to be competing, and believed I could have medalled again. However I retired because I couldn't put up with the pain I was in & my ongoing injuries. It was there 4 years after Vancouver when it really hit me that every athlete there was after a Gold medal and that I was lucky enough to have one. It was very emotional and I’m sure PyeongChang will be no different! When you look back at the dedication of 16 sessions of training a week, 40 weeks of the year, what kept you motivated? Ultimately it was the constant internal drive I had inside of me to always be the best athlete I could be. I would strive to improve every day, in even the tiniest way, and every day mounts up until you’re reaching personal bests in either an exercise in the gym, or sprinting on the track or then on the ice. For anyone who is starting a new fitness regime in the New Year, how do you keep the motivation? First thing is to set a goal – figure out exactly what you want to achieve and when by, but keep it realistic, and write it down as a constant reminder. Then work out step to step mini goals each day and each week so you can keep on track. If you can buddy up with a friend and work together then it will be easier as you can encourage each other! I know you kept a diary when you were training, did you find this beneficial, especially if you were injured?
For me it is so important to have a healthy lifestyle, whether that is spending time outside playing in a garden or park or going for walk each weekend. Sport is also such a great way to teach children life skills, such as how to respect one another, discipline, challenging yourself and working as a team, as well as keeping health and fit. If you could become Sports Minister, what would you change or implement to create a much healthier Britain? I would make all sports centres in every town & city offer a wider range of facilities and be much more affordable, with free child care to make it easier for parents to keep fit. I would also ensure they had partnerships with local schools with dedicated sessions 2-3 times a week to help children to stay active. Having recently had your first child (congratulations), how easy/ difficult was it to get back into shape? It’s been a slow process, and I had a lot of healing to do post birth so I had to take it very steady to begin with. In the first 6 weeks I walked every day, even if it was just to the end of the road, then I increased this to 30/60mins a day. Then from about week 10 post birth I started to jog a little and do some simple core exercises and pelvic floor. When Oscar was about 5 months old I joined a baby bootcamp class where I could bring him along with me and it was tailored for new mums, and I now do HIIT style of sessions which I try and do a few times a week.
I would strive to improve every day, in even the tiniest way, and every day mounts up until you’re reaching personal bests in either an exercise in the gym, or sprinting on the track or then on the ice.
Yes I really believe when you write things down you can see how far you have come and how much you have improved. When you’re injured you are in a negative place especially when you see other athletes around you training hard, so having these notes to look back on does really help. So do smaller, more achievable goals become important? Having achievable goals are important as they need to be realistic for you to aim for. You want to have a big end goal such as doing a half marathon or doing a triathlon and have that date in the diary. Then you need to work backwards and break it down into monthly, weekly and daily goals. The tiny ones all add up and before you know it you are completing your challenge. Since retiring in 2012 you’ve been very busy with presenting, and being an ambassador for the Youth Olympics (to name a few).
How important is it to get children into a healthy lifestyle early in life?
What tips do you have for any new mothers out there?
Not to rush things and you need to listen to your body and do what feels right for you. Some weeks I have felt great and I’ve managed a few walks, a jog and a few classes, but other weeks I’ve been working lots and have been up a lot in the night with Oscar and I have had no energy to do anything! Also remember not to compare yourself to others - it takes nine months to grow a child so you can’t expect to get back into your original shape much before this too. We are looking forward to seeing you our TV’s again soon. Along with the Olympics, what else do you have planned for 2018? I will be part of the BBC commentating team for the PyeongChang Winter Olympics in Feb 2018, which I’m getting very excited about as we have a lot of medal hopes this year, and there are lots of other exciting projects in the pipeline so watch this space!
.. . The 11th National Apprenticeship Week (NAW 2018) will take run from 5 to 9 March 2018. During the week employers and apprentices from across England will come together to celebrate the success of apprenticeships whilst encouraging even more people to choose apprenticeships as a pathway to a great career. National Apprenticeship Week is coordinated by the National Apprenticeship Service and is designed to celebrate apprenticeships and traineeships and the positive impact they have on individuals, businesses and the wider economy. The objective of National Apprenticeship Week is to increase awareness and take-up of apprenticeships and traineeships.
What is an apprenticeship?
Apprenticeships are available to anyone over the age of 16, living in England. There are different entry requirements depending on the sector and job. Apprenticeships give you the opportunity to work for a real employer, earn a real salary and gain a real qualifi cation whilst gaining valuable workplace skills and experience. All apprentices should work for at least 30 hours a week, apart from in exceptional circumstances.
What are the benefits?
Apprenticeships are now available up to degree level and beyond. Over 50 national universities are currently offering a range of degree apprenticeships with more to be confirmed throughout the year.
The objective of National Apprenticeship Week is to increase awareness and take-up of apprenticeships and traineeships. 72 woinplymouth
Earning a salary and paid holiday; Excellent progression opportunities, whether looking to study further or climb the ranks within the workplace; Increased future earning potential – apprentices enjoy marked salary increases on finishing their training and those completing a higher apprenticeship could see increased earnings of an estimated £150,000 over their lifetime.
What levels are there?
There are various levels of apprenticeship to apply for depending on current skills and qualifications. Apprenticeships have equivalent educational levels: Name Intermediate Advanced Higher Degree
Level 2 3 4, 5, 6 and 7 6 and 7
Equivalent level 5 GCSE passes 2 A level passes Foundation degree and above Bachelor’s or master’s degree
All apprenticeships include elements of on the job and off the job training leading to industry recognised standards or qualifications. Some apprenticeships will require an assessment at the end of the programme to assess the apprentice`s ability and competence in their job role. Some apprenticeship vacancies will display the `Positive about disabled` logo meaning the employer has agreed to take action to meet five commitments regarding the employment,
Current apprenticeships vacancies in, and around, Plymouth Hairdressing Apprentice Brand X Products Limited Salon X is a luxurious salon that caters to those who want the best. Salon X are looking for a salon Apprentice to join their friendly team. This salon is based in Beacon Park, Plymouth and is easy to reach by bus routes. Weekly wage: £140.00 Working week: 40 hours a week Tuesday to Saturday Apprenticeship duration: 12 months Possible start date: 22 Jan 2018 Apprenticeship level: Intermediate Level Apprenticeship Duties are likely to include booking appointments, shampooing, conditioning, drying and styling hair, and mixing and applying hair colouring.
Sales and Customer Service Apprentice Beacon South West Ltd
retention, training and career development of disabled employees. Any disabled candidate applying for vacancies showing this logo will be guaranteed an interview as long as they meet the requirements for the job being applied for (these policies have recently changed (July 2017)).
The minimum wage for apprentices has recently risen to £3.70 per hour (as of Nov 2017), but many employers pay more than this. The rise will commence in April 2018. This will be the second raise in a year, after the wage went from £3.40 per hour to £3.50 back in April 2017. For 18- to 20-year-olds, the increase is from £5.60 per hour to £5.90, while 16- to 17-yearolds will see their minimum wage go up from £4.05 per hour to £4.20. And for 21- to 24-year-olds, it is going up from £7.05 per hour to £7.38. This is dependant on the sector, region and apprenticeship level e.g. some higher apprenticeships pay up to £500 per week.
During last summers Queen’s speech (21 June 2017), the government renewed its commitment to “ensuring people have the skills they need for the high-skilled, high-wage jobs of the future”. New apprenticeships minister, Anne Milton, is focused on creating three million apprentices by 2020.
Beacon South West/Electrical Ltd are looking to recruit a pro-active Sales apprentice in a customer support role based in our main office in Plymouth. Weekly wage: £140.00 Working week: 40 hours a week Monday - Saturday Apprenticeship duration: 12 months Possible start date: 15 Jan 2018 Apprenticeship level: Intermediate Level Apprenticeship We are looking for a motivated and driven individual who is confident in talking to people and businesses on the phone. Part of your duties will be to answer incoming calls from customers and to help process their orders on our systems, for which full training will be given.
Hairdressing Apprentice Sophie Louise Hernan Images Hair and Nail Salon, based in Plymouth, is looking to take on a hairdressing apprentice. Weekly wage: £140.00 Working week: 40 hours a week Monday - Saturday Apprenticeship duration: 12 months Possible start date: 15 Jan 2018 Apprenticeship level: Intermediate Level Apprenticeship The successful candidate will be involved in a variety of duties, which will enable you to learn new skills and gain the necessary knowledge in order to successfully complete your apprenticeship.
Apprentice - Travel Consultant (Plymouth) Hays Travel Ltd Our apprenticeships are an exciting alternative to classroom studies, where you will work towards a Travel Consultant Level 3 Apprenticeship. We will support your development through a structured programme which will help your product knowledge, customer service and selling skills enabling you to grow in confidence and reach your full potential. Weekly wage: £131.25 Working week: 37.5 hours a week Over 5 days on a rota basis including some weekend working. Apprenticeship duration: 24 months Possible start date: 23 Mar 2018 Apprenticeship level: Advanced Level Apprenticeship
Vehicle Fitting Apprentice Need-A-Tyre Uk Ltd This busy garage based in the centre of Plymouth require an apprentice mechanic to carry out services such as tyre and exhaust fitting together with MOT repairs and general servicing and automotive maintenance for all makes of vehicles. Weekly wage: £140.00 Working week: 40 hours a week Monday - Friday: 8.30am - 5.30pm Apprenticeship duration: 12 months Possible start date: 22Jan 2018 Apprenticeship level: Intermediate Level Apprenticeship The right candidate will need to be an honest, reliable and motivated individual with a genuine interest in motor vehicle mechanics.
Child Care Apprenticeship Noah's Ark Childcare Centres An exciting opportunity has arisen for a motivated and creative child care apprentice to join their experienced team in Plymouth. Weekly wage: £140.00 Working week: 40 hours a week Monday - Friday: 8am- 6pm Apprenticeship duration: 12- 18 months Possible start date: 22 Jan 2018 Apprenticeship level: Intermediate Level Apprenticeship As a child care apprentice you will be a great team player and have excellent standards of personal hygiene and appearance, be reliable and model positive behaviour at all times.
ARE YOU THINKING ABOUT AN APPRENTICESHIP? What is an Apprenticeship? An apprenticeship is full time paid employment with training in your specific business area attached. You will attend your work placement every day, but depending on what type of career you have chosen, you will either attend college at GHQ once a week or a tutor may come to deliver training in the workplace. Many employers prefer to take on an apprentice when they are 16 or 17 in order to develop their skills from a young age, but you can start an apprenticeship at any age over 16. If you didn’t get your pass grades in English or Maths at GCSE, you can do a Functional Skill in these subjects alongside your apprenticeship so you do not need to stay on at school to complete them. As long as you are in full time training and/or employment you are able to leave school at 16.
Why choose an Apprenticeship? • Stand out from the crowd with employers • Earn while you Learn • Relevant training in job specific skills • Get a head start in your chosen career • Career and qualification progression • You can start an Apprenticeship at any age over 16
Apprenticeships and NVQ Diplomas with GHQ Training • Hairdressing and Barbering • Beauty Therapy and Nail Services • Childcare and Support Teaching in Schools • Business Skills • Management and Team Leading • Assessing and Teaching
STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD
Start training in your chosen career whilst still at school GHQ Training has been working with schools for 25 years to help students to take the next steps to reaching their full potential. Students enjoy their courses for many reasons; the one to one support and guidance, the welcoming individual approach to training and the professional learning environment. Whilst at school, you can attend GHQ one or two days a week and gain work experience in a commercial placement. Our main training centre is based in Plymouth’s vibrant City Centre which is an exciting place to learn and easily accessible via public transport.
We offer courses in:
• Childcare and Support Teaching and Learning • Hairdressing and Barbering • Beauty Therapy and Nail Services
• Gain the necessary skills to go onto higher level NVQs • Stand out from the crowd and secure an Apprenticeship • Start your working career with a recognised qualification • Progress onto advanced levels in your chosen area of learning
How to apply
If you are aged 16-18 years, you can apply by contacting your school’s coordinator or you can go directly to our friendly and helpful Recruitment Team. They are on hand to offer advice and guidance to help you choose the right option and guide you through the application process. 01752 218086 email@example.com www.ghqtraining.co.uk Elizabeth Court, Whimple Street, Plymouth, PL1 2DH
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Shared Apprenticeships South West (SASW) launched nearly three years ago and recently celebrated helping record numbers of construction trainees to take their ﬁrst steps into the industry. A total of 32 apprentices are currently working with SASW in a range of trades from bricklaying and carpentry to site management and quantity surveying. Offering dedicated support to apprentices from day one, SASW ﬁnds them work placements, giving apprentices an unparalleled insight in to what could be a rewarding and long-lasting career. And for host contractors, the apprenticeship scheme can offer tailored support to help them ﬁnd the perfect apprentice to meet their construction needs and training obligations. Through this pioneering scheme, a number of apprentices have already gone on to secure permanent jobs and even win industry awards. Here are two of the successful apprentices blazing a trail in the construction industry, thanks to Shared Apprenticeships South West:
“It’s given me such a conﬁdence boost.” Name: Daniel Lombard-Bishop Trainee quantity surveyor Daniel Lombard-Bishop was recognised for his outstanding dedication and work ethic after scooping the Apprentice of the Year award with host contractor Morgan Sindall. Daniel joined the SASW scheme in 2015 and began working with Morgan Sindall that September. The contractor was keen to nurture his talents, offering him work experience on a range of major developments before presenting him with the apprenticeship accolade. And his passion for the role saw Daniel scoop the Morgan Sindall Apprentice of the Year Award as part of the organisation’s ALLstars Awards. “I couldn’t quite believe it when I heard my name read out,” said Daniel who has given his award pride of place on his living room mantelpiece. “It has given me such a conﬁdence boost to have received recognition for all the hard work I have put in to my role with SASW and Morgan Sindall.” “SASW and Morgan Sindall have given me some amazing opportunities to learn and this has been a role that I have grown in to,” he said. “Alongside learning new skills and knowledge, I have also become more conﬁdent and am much more comfortable talking and working with new people. “It has been so interesting and a whole new experience that has given me a real insight into the industry.”
“It has been brilliant fun.” Name: Henry Walsh A job in the construction sector has always been on the mind of Henry Walsh. The 21 year old took part in a joinery apprenticeship when he left college and knew that this was the industry for him. So when his lecturer put him in touch with major construction ﬁrm Galliford Try, he was happy to be enrolled on the Shared Apprenticeships South West scheme. Henry’s introduction to the industry saw him join construction workers on a major development at Brewery Square, Dorchester, a new shopping and leisure hub, where he was based for 18 months. He said: “I was an assistant to the engineer for about a year and also worked alongside the site management team. It was a great ﬁrst experience of working on a building site and it helped me to realise that what I wanted to focus on was becoming a site manager.” Henry was then given the extra responsibility he craved by joining Galliford Try as an assistant site manager working at RNAS Yeovilton to build a helicopter crash training facility. “It was brilliant fun, I really enjoyed doing it. It takes a lot of getting used to, having all of that responsibility when you have not carried out a role like this before but it is a steep learning curve that I enjoyed. “I gained so much experience while training. If I just did A-Levels, I would have no experience on site. That is what employers look for.” Praising the constant support of the SASW team, Henry said: “Being involved with Shared Apprenticeships means you are protected and supported with placements throughout your college course and if you ever have any questions or issues, the team are there to help you, which is fantastic to know.”
We are always excited to speak with people keen to learn more about working in the construction industry.
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There has never been a better time to employ an apprentice or start an apprenticeship. Apprenticeship participation now stands at a record level - there were 491,300 apprenticeship starts in the 2016 to 2017 academic year of which 121,250 (24.6%) were under 19. There are, on average, 23,000 apprenticeship opportunities listed on find an apprenticeship every month. There were 1,656,630 online apprenticeship applications made in 2015 to 2016. Employers are designing new high-quality standards to replace frameworks to ensure apprenticeships are more responsive to their needs. Over 520 apprenticeship standards have been published or in development, with over 200 that are approved for delivery. There were 23,700 starts on apprenticeship standards in 2016 to 2017. There were over 1,670 degree level apprenticeship starts in 2016 to 2017, including foundation degrees, HNDs and full honours degrees. These include job roles ranging from legal services to banking and engineering.
Why Individuals Matter Building a rapport between our students and staff is the key to turning this ethos into reality. We get to know our students on a personal basis meaning we can help them overcome academic obstacles and other difficulties they may face in their lives. But don’t just take it from me, here are a few of our students talking about this in their own words:
Nearly all apprentices feel that they acquire or improve their skills as a direct result of their apprenticeship. 89% of apprentices are satisfied with their apprenticeship; 97% of apprentices said their ability to do the job had improved, and 92% of apprentices said their career prospects had improved.
At Discovery College, we believe our purpose is to support all students to become successful.
Over 90% of apprentices currently go into work or further training. Higher apprentices could earn £150,000 more on average over their lifetime compared to those with level 3 vocational qualifications. On average, achieving a level 2 or level 3 apprenticeship boosts earnings by 11% and 16% respectively. Although there is variation by subject, most subjects deliver a return of around 10%. Nearly 9 out of 10 (89%) apprentices were satisfied with their apprenticeship overall, and 97% of apprentices said their ability to do the job had improved. The majority (92%) of apprentices in work felt that their apprenticeship had had a positive impact on their career. Apprenticeships are more likely to be undertaken in small (0 to 49 employees) and large-sized employers (250+ employees), with 44% of apprenticeship participation within small employers and 41% of apprenticeship participation in large employers, in 2014 to 2015. 87% of employers said they were satisfied with the programme, 76% say that productivity has improved and 75% reported that apprenticeships improved the quality of their product or service. 11.2% of apprentice starts in 2016 to 2017 were from a BAME background, we are working to increase this by 20% by 2020.
Tom Lavis Head Discovery College Life isn’t a straight and simple path, which is typified by a young person’s journey through education. As an educator, I know that every student has their own unique needs, talents and ambitions. At Discovery College, we believe our purpose is to support all students to become successful. This is achieved by being attentive to our students personal needs and caring for the whole person, not just the academic. This approach stems from our ethos at the College. As part of YMCA Plymouth, we believe in inclusivity, giving young people a voice and most importantly recognising the unique potential of all young people.
“Without the help of my tutors, I wouldn’t be the person I am today. At first I wasn’t sure the course was right for me but they did nothing but support me in my journey.” Matthew graduated from BTEC sport and is now studying at UCP Marjon working towards his ambition to become a fitness instructor. “My tutors supported me greatly and helped my learning. I needed extra hours to study which they helped me to do. The hard work paid off and I’m now a Deputy Manager at a Nursery.” Hannah, CAHE Childcare Graduate. Sophia who Graduated in Level 3 Business this year said: “I overcame some pretty big confidence issues, the staff team were so great in supporting me and helping me, it’s been an amazing two years.” Education should be a fun and enriching experience that gives students the ability to achieve their career ambitions and succeed in life. I believe that caring for individuals is how we make this happen. If you want to find out more about Discovery College visit us online at discoverycollege.org.uk
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insider trending So what will the home of 2018 look like on the inside? From metalic, industiral surfaces to lilacs, golds and organic lighting, we consider general living areas, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom spaces in our Interiors focus for 2018.
Dining Room Organic Lighting - There is a leaning towards the use of unusual and natural materials for lighting pieces, creating designs that are delicate, have a nature-inspired earthy feel and fixtures are made from organic materials. These can be perfect for use in a dining room, such as these handmade leather urchin chandeliers by ME Collections, created by the intricate application of individual cut leather strips and giving a beautiful ambient light perfect for creating the mood for an evening dinner party.
Living Room Metallic Neutrals - Pantone’s colour trend forecasts are always a key indicator of things to come. For 2018, they have launched a home and interiors book with 8 colour palettes for the year ahead. One of these palettes is a range of metallic neutrals. Iridescence and pearlized finishes are key, which uses cushion fabrics with shimmering textures and designs in metallic thread, as well as the reflexive qualities of the chandelier and wall lights and textured metal detail on the coffee table completing the look.
Study Statement Artwork – The gallery wall is out this season! Create a more curated look in your home with statement art pieces that fill the wall space. Oversized artwork creates the “wow factor” and demands attention – perfect for drawing your eye towards a focal point in the room. In the study, classic architectural pieces can work well, creating a timeless feel.
Family Room Textures and Layers – A neutral palette with layered textures is a great look for any room, however the family room particularly lends itself to this application as it creates an inviting, warm feel perfect for the family to all cosy up together on the sofa. A combination of throws and cushions in various fabrics – linens, textured weaves, velvet, leather and fur can all be combined to great effect - add to the inviting feel of the space.
Colour Combination Cabinets – Using different colour finishes on your kitchen cabinets creates a more eclectic, interesting aesthetic and gives your kitchen the designer edge. An island in a contrasting colour to the rest of the units can be a striking focal point, as shown in this classic shaker kitchen. To take this look to the next level, mixing materials as well as colour (e.g. painted main cabinets, wooden finish island units) will give a stylish feel and add that one-of-a-kind personality to this important room.
Bathroom Bedroom Monochrome - Perfect for creating an impact, the classic monochrome look is set to be a hot trend for 2018. This contrasting palette is the epitome of chic, is a versatile design option and can also be used with accent colour if desired. The addition of accents in brass, gold, timber and marble create additional interest and help bring this look right up to the moment. If pure black and white is too bold, you can soften the look by using pale neutrals and charcoal as in this masculine master bedroom scheme.
Metallics – Nickel is still a firm favourite and a classic colour, however for up-to-the-minute, on-trend bathroom design, other metal finishes such as brass, champagne and matt black are very much in vouge. Samuel Heath do several ranges of bathroom fittings in various metal colours. Shown here is their Style Moderne “Luxe” basin filler in non-lacquered brass which is hand polished and, if cleaned regularly, will maintain a pure brass finish.
KITCHEN TRENDS 2018
What's Cooking? It has become the social hub of the house; a place to eat, socialise and work. Here we take a look at how the kitchen of 2018 will look.
#1 Grey is the new white While white cabinets will never go out of fashion, grey is the shade kitchen designers are betting on to break white's top spot.
#2 Deep Drawers #3 Industrial Surfaces
Oxidized worktops, concrete cabinetry and copper accessories - pay tribute to beautiful imperfections of metals and stone in all their stages of ageing.
Extra-deep drawers make cooking and storage effortless. They're more accessible than typical base cabinetry and so simple to integrate into a beautiful kitchen design. Add-ons, like pegboard and drawer organizers help keep drawers tidy.
#4 Dramatic Colour Splashback Add colour with a dramatic Splashback in a modern or traditional kitchen.
#5 Induction Cooking
Fast, safe, and aesthetically pleasing -- there are many reasons to love induction cooking. Because induction burners utilize little heat, even cramped kitchens stay cool while cooking, and surfaces remain safe to touch.
#6 LED Lighting
LED lighting has lost its chilly, unfriendly look and can be combined in innovative ways. Highlight an island, brighten work spaces below the wall units and lighten up the inside of cabinetry. Modern lights are more efficient and last longer than halogen and florescent bulbs.
BATHROOM TRENDS 2018 #1 Monochrome Colour Scheme Black and white colour schemes always seem to be in trend, especially in the bathroom as they are classy as well as practical. Who wants to go back to the Avacado look of the 80's ?
#2 Marble Finishes Before you start to tot up how expensive it may be to deck your bathroom out in marble, there are now marble tiles that will give you that expensive 'Spa' look without breaking the bank.
Last year was all about Chrome and Copper, this year we take a step up towards Gold!
#4 Let's Get Digital The latest showers are digitally controlled. Many digital showers feature advanced thermostatic technology to ensure the shower stays at the preferred temperature.
Sleek designs and minimal detailing on taps ensure the look is bang-up-to-date. Perfect to complement to a monochrome scheme.
#5 Back to nature
Natural products, such as wood, are never far away from bathroom design. Relaxation is the order of the day and being surrouded by natural products helps achieve this feel.
BEDROOM TRENDS 2018 One the hunt for a new stylish bedroom? It doesn't matter if you have a one bedroom apartment or country pile, whether you dream of a calm and restful sanctuary or a luxurious hotel-style bedroom; we take a look at some of the eye-catching trends that will shape the bedroom of 2018.
#1 Four-poster beds:
A way to give a romantic air to the bedroom is the inclusion of a FourPoster bed. Todays cleaner and simpler designs are less cumbersome and give a colonial feel to the bedroom.
#2 Metal and Pendants Lamps:
Copper was one of the new trends that we saw in the bedroom of 2017, and although this will continue in 2018, look out for gold accessories especially with lighting. Metal lamps on bedside tables and hanging wall lights will be a must.
#3 Lilacs and Teal:
Last years greens and blues are replaced by lilacs and teals. These colour trends are making a splash in the home of 2018 and can either used on statement walls or in the form of accesorising the bedroom bedding, cushions, carpets etc
#5 Chill Out: #4 Unique bedside tables:
In the age of upcycling, look out for unique bedside tables! Anything can work from an old chair to a suitcase, stool to a metal structure with a flat top. Let your imagination run riot.
The bedroom should be your ultimate chillout zone. Whether you relax by listening to music or reading a book; let your bedroom reflect your personalilty. Gallery style artwork dripping from the walls, or a feature wall turned into a library â€“ whatever helps you relax and unwind.
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