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THE COUNCIL THIS WEEK

Friday 24 October

Don't forget to Vote for Plymouth so we win £120,000 to create a corridor of wildflowers along Armada Way. Tell your friends and family and get voting!

Sky Ride is back this Sunday. Join us for a moderately paced ride from Devil's Point, overlooking Firestone Bay, Drake's Island and Mount Edgcumbe.

As the witching hour approaches pop along to the museum tomorrow for a fun 60-minute craft session filled with spooky things! Colour, cut, stick and make and take a pumpkin wreath, mobile and lantern.

Get help with searching for jobs, CVs, basic IT skills, interviews and more at our work club today.

It's Rhymetimes at Peverall Library today. Join us for some songs and nursery rhymes for babies and toddlers.

It's the last day to vote for your favourite development in the Abercrombie Awards 2014. The awards are a celebration of planning and design excellence within Plymouth and the effort that has gone into improving our city over recent years.

Monday 27 October

It is half term this week. Don't let the kids get grizzly, head to your nearest library for some bear-faced stories and crafts.

Plymouth City Centre Piazza is once again transformed into the annual Winter Wonderland Ice Rink. Put your skates on and enjoy skating events and activities for all the family and then warm up with a drink and treat from the Ice Café.

Join Blue Sound Action Group, Beach Rangers and Foto Now at the Piazza today and join in the activities and discover more about the flagship Grow Wild project as well as learning more about our marine environment.

And don't forget it's the last week to Vote for Plymouth. We could win £120,000 to create a corridor of wildflowers along Armada Way! So if you haven't already voted or know someone who hasn't get voting now!

Thinking of adopting a child? We are holding an information session today at Midland House. Our adoption officers will be on hand to offer you advice and guidance about the whole process and help you complete the registration of interest form.

Want to Get into Reading? Then why not join one of our community reading groups. Come and listen, joining in if you want, or simply enjoying the literature and conversation over tea and cake.

It's Rhymetimes at the Central Library, Peverall Library and West Park Library today. Join us for some songs and nursery rhymes for babies and toddlers.

If you'd like to be a part of the Light Fantastic illuminations happening next month then pop along to the Central Library today for a free drop-in session. Be filmed for the projections, share your photographs and stories or try your hand at some simple craft activities.

Tuesday 28 October

It's the last week to Vote for Plymouth. We could win £120,000 to create a corridor of wildflowers along Armada Way! So if you haven't already voted or know someone who hasn't get voting now!

Join our family-friendly Wild About Plymouth team to discover more about the Elizabethan house and era as well as explore its courtyard and cook's gardens. Learn how and why the plants in the gardens were chosen and enjoy some fun activities.

If you'd like to be a part of the Light Fantastic illuminations happening next month then pop along to the City Museum and Art Gallery today for a free drop-in session. Be filmed for the projections, share your photographs and stories or try your hand at some simple craft activities.

Join the Beach Rangers at Pottery Quay today for seashore safaris, art, bushcrafts and more.

Get help with searching for jobs, CVs, basic IT skills, interviews and more at our work club today.

It's Rhymetimes at Crownhill, Efford and North Prospect libraries today. Join us for some songs and nursery rhymes for babies and toddlers.

Wednesday 29 October

Don't forget to Vote for Plymouth. We could win £120,000 to create a corridor of wildflowers along Armada Way! So if you haven't already voted or know someone who hasn't get voting now!

It's the last week for parents whose children are due to start at secondary school in September 2015 to tell us which three schools they would like their child to attend. Visit our school admissions page where you will find full details on how to apply and how the admissions system works.

Pop along to the museum for our half-term drop-in. Get creative and make your own fantastic folded book filled with drawings, pictures and collage inspired by the 'Walk On' exhibition and the galleries in the Museum.

Meet at the Devonport Guildhall today for the All Ways Apples Festival. Apple related fun for all the family!

It's Rhymetimes at Laira, Southway and Stoke libraries today. Join us for some songs and nursery rhymes for babies and toddlers.

Get help with searching for jobs, CVs, basic IT skills, interviews and more at our work club today.

Thursday 30 October

Wild about woods? Join Stepping Stones to Nature and the Friends of Ham Woods for some outdoor fun inspired by the 'Walk On' exhibition. Or meet at Woodland Woods for free family activities to explore nature through art, bushcraft and more!

If the coast is more your thing then join the Beach Rangers at Kinterbury Creek today for seashore safaris, art and bushcrafts.

Pop along to the museum for our bookable workshop. Get creative and create your own amazing clay beads inspired by the Bronze Age objects in our 'Whitehorse Hill: A Prehistoric Dartmoor Discovery' exhibition.

It's Rhymetimes at Plympton, Plymstock and St Budeaux libraries today. Join us for some songs and nursery rhymes for babies and toddlers.

It's the last week to Vote for Plymouth. We could win £120,000 to create a corridor of wildflowers along Armada Way! So if you haven't already voted or know someone who hasn't get voting now!

Britain's Ocean City

Corporate Plan

Grow Wild

Pledge Plymouth

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Ward Map and Committee Chairs