- Raising funds for refugees - Keen bakers and cake lovers at Ballard House have raised just over £565 for refugees and asylum seekers in Plymouth.
[Posted 16.21 Tue 13 Oct 2015]
- Winning Ways to Mental Health sessions for staff - Can you recognise the signs and symptoms of stress?
[Posted 15.17 Thu 08 Oct 2015]
- It’s good to share - Some things in life are better shared – especially when there’s a chance to win some cash.
[Posted 06.00 Thu 01 Oct 2015]
- New number to contact our corporate buyers - There's a new number to get hold of our corporate buyers.
[Posted 15.59 Wed 30 Sep 2015]
Wednesday 14 October
Working Plymouth meets today where Members will be provided with a presentation on the role of the Local Economic Partnership, Growth Deals and their impact on Plymouth businesses.
Join our Curator of Decorative Art for a bite-sized talk and find out more about one of our latest acquisitions – a remarkable piece of 17th century silver originally purchased for Plymouth in 1680.
The Deputy Lord Mayor and Deputy Lady Mayoress are attending the Livewell@Work Award Ceremony today.
Thursday 15 October
Caring Plymouth meets today where the Panel will receive the Public Health's Corporate Performance Report.
The Lord Mayor is attending the Plymouth Anthology Launch today.
Fancy a cuppa? Like to talk? Why not come along to our friendly reminiscence session at Devonport Library today and tell us your memories of fashion.
Friday 16 October
The Lord Mayor is attending the unveiling of the Napoleon Commemoration Stone today.
View the 'ARTIST ROOMS: Gerhard Richter' exhibition today while enjoying our playback series of recorded music by some of the 20th century's most iconic composers.
Join us at the museum tomorrow for a free film screening of Corrina Belz's 2011 documentary about famous German artist, Gerhard Richter. Includes glimpses of his studio, which has not been seen in decades.
Monday 19 October
Ambitious Plymouth meets today where the Panel will receive progress updates in respect of Performance Indicators K14, K15, K19, K45 and K27a/b.
Get help with searching for jobs, CVs, basic IT skills, interviews and more at our work club today.
Thinking of adopting a child? We are holding an information session today at Midland House.
Tuesday 20 October
The Chief Officer Appointments Panel meets today.
Join Alan Read for a lunchtime talk as he examines the life and achievements of Captain James Cook; one of the most intrepid British explorers of the eighteenth century and the first man to use the term 'Fiji'.
Enjoy a specially commissioned choreographic response to the 'ARTIST ROOMS: Gerhard Richter' exhibition today, choreographed by Charlotte Eatock and performed by Jane Castree.