Plymouth is cut off from the rest of the country to everyone but road users. I’d like to say this has never happened before, but we all know that’s not the case, don’t we?
Reading about all the proposed new developments it’s tempting to be optimistic about Plymouth’s future; but will they make any difference if there’s no easy way to get here?
Running a small business is tough. There are enough things that make it hard for us in a tough economy, but are there some things that make it unfair? It’s time to find out what they are.
The news this morning that police have been chasing a ‘runaway greenhouse’ in Plymouth made me laugh, but it also made me grateful. Here’s why…
In this guest-written opinion piece, we take a look at what may be a worrying extremist activity in Plymouth.
Plymouth has some incredible resources, but which is the greatest?
No-one wins a race by being mediocre. Adequate isn’t enough to win a prize. Make no mistake, winning City of Culture status for Plymouth would be a prize worth having. Millions of pounds in tourism, investment in creating new, larger venues, and raising Plymouth’s profile nationally and internationally would be just a few of the benefits.
Read this outspoken response from Richard Smith to our blog post about the rebranding of Plymouth.
When I found out recently that the Orient Express comes to Plymouth I was very excited. I’ve always wanted to travel on the Orient Express, ever since reading Agatha Christie’s famous book ‘Murder on the Orient Express’.