- Opportunities to help the Transformation Team - A number of fantastic opportunities for Project Managers, Business Analysts and Project Support Officers will soon be available for staff wanting to get involved in the Transformation Programme.
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- Park and ride scrutiny review - Following the story in today’s Herald we would like to make it clear to staff that we have not made any decision to introduce charges at Plymouth’s park and ride sites.
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- Plymouth Children's University - Immersive Vision Theatre at Plymouth University - Wondering what to do to keep the kids entertained? Our local Children's University is giving a lecture at Plymouth University's planetarium.
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- Social work manager wins national award - Michelle Newman from our Advice and Assessment Service has been crowned team leader of the year at the prestigious 'Social Worker of the Year 2013' national awards.
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Thursday 5 December
Planning Committee meets today where members will consider an application from Urban Splash who seek retrospective consent to change the use of land for Mills Bakery and the Brewhouse in the Royal William Yard. If granted this will help us achieve our 'Growing Plymouth' objective. Don't forget you can watch it live on our webcast!
Join Nigel Overton today for a Wildlife and Heritage Walk around the Stonehouse Peninsula including Devil's Point.
Dancember starts today, get a group together, bring your work colleagues, walk in and dance out!
Friday 6 December
It's the Mount Edgcumbe Christmas Fayre this weekend. Lots to see and do including inspirational cookery demonstrations from leading west country chefs and local produce for your culinary delight. If you are looking for that special Christmas gift, there will be a wide variety gifts to choose from.
Join the Wild About Plymouth team tomorrow where we use the university's microscopes to examine the smaller animals that we share the world with.
Monday 9 December
Make time today to see the 'Hidden in Plain Sight' exhibition. The exhibition includes paintings by major British artists such as leading St Ives School artist, Patrick Heron, Devon-born Justin Knowles whose innovative works are held by the Tate, the Arts Council and other public collections throughout the UK and abroad, and former 1991 Turner Prize nominee, Ian Davenport.
It's the last week for residents in Plymouth to have their say on changes to the local Council Tax Support scheme.
Tuesday 10 December
A report seeking approval for a number of land transactions that will enable significant development in the north of Plymouth will also be submitted. These projects feed into our new Brilliant Co-operative Council Corporate Plan, helping us achieve our objectives and work co-operatively.
The Licensing Committee meets today where the Director for Place will submit reports on the Scrap Metal Dealers Act and the Control of Public Performances of Hypnotism.
Wednesday 11 December
Put your skates on today and experience the hugely popular Winter Wonderland Ice Rink. Enjoy skating events and activities for all the family and then warm up with a festive drink and treat from the Ice Café.
Create the perfect Christmas card this winter and visit the Giant Snow Globe in the heart of Plymouth Christmas Market.
Join Katy Neuston, one of our Young Explainers as she takes a bite-sized look at the topics and themes of the oil paintings in the Cottonian Collection.