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Community and living

  • Anti social behaviour
    Attempting to find suitable solutions for tackling anti-social behaviour issues through a range of activities
  • Birth and childcare
    Advice for pregnant mothers before and after the birth, still births, registering a birth, certificate services and naming ceremonies
  • Children and young people
    Links to various parts of this website that young people might find useful or informative
  • City centre
    Includes a link to Shop Plymouth for information on the city centre, shopping, events, Business Improvement District, entertainment and the city market
  • Community information
    Citizenship ceremonies, community centres, halls for hire, life events, population statistics and public toilets within the city
  • Community safety
    Reducing crime and the fear of crime for people living or visiting the city, also advice and support for those suffering from domestic abuse
  • Death and bereavement
    When someone dies there are many decisions and arrangements to be made. These pages give you help and guidance about what to do from the moment a person dies
  • Emergencies
    Preparing for emergencies, regulated hazardous sites, contingency plans, severe weather, warn and inform
  • Hospitals, GPs, Dentists and Pharmacies
    Plymouth has numerous hospitals, doctor surgeries, dentists and pharmacies.
  • Marriage, civil partnerships and cohabitation
    Civil and religious marriages, giving notice, costs, the registrar office, wedding venues within Plymouth, commitment ceremonies, getting married abroad, registering a building for marriage ceremonies and ending a civil partnership
  • Places of worship
    The location of places of worship covering the main faiths, religions and beliefs within Plymouth
  • Plymouth 2020
    A local strategic Partnership brings together at a local level the different parts of the public sector, private sector and third sector so that common issues such as health and well-being can be tackled together
  • Social inclusion and community cohesion
    A variety of information covering asylum seekers, community cohesion and safety, equality and diversity, gypsies and travellers, translation and report disablist, faith and belief, homophobic, racist and transphobic incidents
  • Twin towns
    Plymouth is twinned with Brest, Gdynia, Novorossiysk , San Sebastian and Plymouth Massachusetts
  • Your neighbourhood
    Plymouth has 39 neighbourhoods that are recognised by all services across Plymouth (Police, Health, Fire and the Council). View meeting dates, outcomes, maps and links to Councillors