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THE COUNCIL THIS WEEK

Monday 28 July

It's Love Parks Week this week. Get involved in a whole range of outdoor activities and events for all ages across the city's green and blue spaces. Events are family-friendly and mostly free.

Thinking of adopting a child? We are holding an information session today at a 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.

It's the last week to nominate your shining star so they receive the recognition that they deserve. The shortlisted nominees for each award will be invited to the awards ceremony being held on the Hoe on Saturday 20 September.

Tuesday 29 July

Meet new people and get fit with buggy running at Saltram today. Join other parents for a jog, run, tone and get fit session with your child. No need for babysitters!

Go back to netball today, enjoy a gentle re-introduction to the sport for ladies of all ages from 16 years plus.

If you haven't already done so make time today to see the 'Modern Masters in print' exhibition. Drawn from the V&A's outstanding collections of prints, posters and artists' books, 'Modern Masters' showcases the different ways in which four of the 20th century's greatest artists used print as a medium.

Wednesday 30 July

This week is Love Parks Week. Get involved in a whole range of outdoor activities and events for all ages across the city's green and blue spaces. Events are family-friendly and mostly free. Today's events include a grand tidy up in Central Park, a drop in scything taster with Friends of Ham Woods, Walking for Health's monthly nature walk and a teddy bear's picnic and story-telling at North Prospect.

The museum is showing The Lego Movie at 1.30pm today. You can go along and watch for free but booking is advisable.

If you haven't already done so make time today to see the 'Plymouth's Great War' exhibition. The exhibition will feature the story of the amalgamation of the Three Towns of Plymouth, Devonport and East Stonehouse in 1914; reflecting on them as home to the Royal Navy, Army Garrisons, Royal Marines and Royal Naval Air Service.

Thursday 31 July

Meet new people and get fit with buggy running at Plym Valley today. Join other parents for a jog, run, tone and get fit session with your child. No need for babysitters!

Enjoy a badminton session at Brickfields Sports Centre today. All sessions are suitable for adults of all ages from 16 years, and all abilities are welcome.

This week is Love Parks Week. Get involved in a whole range of outdoor activities and events for all ages across the city's green and blue spaces. Events are family-friendly and mostly free. Today's events include weaving and woodcraft with Friends of Ham Woods, a butterfly walk at Shaugh Bridge on Dartmoor and a bioblitz in Radford Woods including a bug hunt and a bat walk!

Friday 1 August

Sky Ride is back this Sunday. Join in on a ride that begins with the water taxi from Mount Batten to the Barbican, along Plymouth Hoe, then linking up with the South West Coast Path and finally up through Turnchapel and back to Mount Batten or a gentle route, riding mostly on tarmac cycle paths at a steady relaxed pace as we explore the area around Central and Home Parks.

The Classic Car Show and Summer Fayre are back at Mount Edgcumbe this Sunday. Once again you are invited to bring your classic, American and kit cars, motorcycles and military vehicles to this event.

Join in Love Parks Week this weekend. Enjoy a whole range of outdoor activities and events for all ages across the city's green and blue spaces - on land and on water! Family-friendly and mostly free, it's a great way to get close to nature and have fun!

It's the last day to nominate your shining star so they receive the recognition that they deserve. The shortlisted nominees for each award will be invited to the awards ceremony being held on the Hoe on Saturday 20 September.

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