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THE COUNCIL THIS WEEK

Friday 24 April

It's the last week to take advantage of our fantastic Salary Sacrifice Cycle to Work Scheme. Make sure you don't miss out, the next opportunity won't be until April 2016!

The Plymouth Safeguarding Adults Board meets today where the board will receive the draft Plymouth SAB Partnership Agreement 2015 and the Safeguarding Manager Report.

Help us celebrate St George's Day at Plymouth Piazza tomorrow. Enjoy a family fun day that includes live bands, Morris dancers, Filipino dancers, life centre activities, Plymouth scrap store, children's activities, knights in armour re-enactment, break-dancers and much more with Radio Plymouth and Plymouth Community Homes.

Ever thought about giving real nappies a go? Why not join us for a party to celebrate the use of real nappies at the Green House at Chelson Meadow today where real nappy advisors will be on hand to talk to parents about how to use real nappies and answer any questions. Parents and carers can also book into free trial kits so that they can try before they buy.

Feel better with a book at some of our libraries today. Share reading aloud of some of our best poetry, short stories and novels. Come and listen, join in if you want, or simply enjoy the literature and conversation over tea and cake.

Meet with a qualified leader at Saltram House tomorrow to prepare for the Race 4 Life. Get support, tips and techniques on running and a free t-shirt!

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

It's Rhymetimes at some of our libraries today. Join us for some songs and nursery rhymes for babies and toddlers.

Durnford Street will be closed overnight today and Cattedown Road (Wharf) on Sunday whilst road resurfacing takes place.

Monday 27 April

This year's walking challenge starts today. Are you ready to step up? This year's theme is 'Around the British Isles in 35 Days' and staff are being challenged to clock up 21,560 miles, following a virtual route along the coast.

You only have a few days left to take advantage of our fantastic Salary Sacrifice Cycle to Work Scheme. Make sure you don't miss out, the next opportunity won't be until April 2016!

iOrchestra will present Universe of Sound, a huge digital installation housed in a giant tent on Armada Way from today until to Saturday 9 May. Visitors will be able to explore a virtual orchestra from the inside out as they perform Holst's The Planets. They will be able to see each instrument up close, join in with the percussion section and even have a conducting lesson.

Need help with IT, including browsing the web and email? Join us at some of our libraries today where we will go through the basics and answer all your questions. Just drop in, no need to book.

Join iOrchestra: MusicLab at Efford this week and explore a musical truck full of films, instruments and games where you can play, create and even perform.

Wolseley Road will be closed overnight whilst road resurfacing takes place.

Tuesday 28 April

The Licensing Sub Committee meets today where the The Director of Public Health will submit a report regarding a review of premises licence for the Foresters Arms, 44 Fore Street, Plympton.

Join City and Maritime Heritage Curator, Nigel Overton for a lunchtime talk about the British ocean liner 'Lusitania' and its sinking by a German U Boat in 1915.

You only have a few days left to take advantage of our fantastic Salary Sacrifice Cycle to Work Scheme. Make sure you don't miss out, the next opportunity won't be until April 2016!

Explore a virtual orchestra from the inside out as iOrchestra performs Holst's The Planets on Armada Way today. Visitors will be able to see each instrument up close, join in with the percussion section and even have a conducting lesson.

Are you interested in getting a recognised qualification in Maths, English or ICT? As part of the 'iCHOOSE Learn for Life' programme, Trade Union Learning Representative Sam Quigley will be on hand at Ballard House from 9am to 12pm today to discuss opportunities with staff.

Cattedown Road will be closed overnight whilst road resurfacing takes place.

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

Feel better with a book at some of our libraries today. Share reading aloud of some of our best poetry, short stories and novels. Come and listen, join in if you want, or simply enjoy the literature and conversation over tea and cake.

Wednesday 29 April

It's Rhymetimes at some of our libraries today. Join us for some songs and nursery rhymes for babies and toddlers.

Explore a virtual orchestra from the inside out as iOrchestra performs Holst's The Planets on Armada Way today. Visitors will be able to see each instrument up close, join in with the percussion section and even have a conducting lesson.

You only have two days left to take advantage of our fantastic Salary Sacrifice Cycle to Work Scheme. Make sure you don't miss out, the next opportunity won't be until April 2016!

Feel better with a book at some of our libraries today. Share reading aloud of some of our best poetry, short stories and novels. Come and listen, join in if you want, or simply enjoy the literature and conversation over tea and cake.

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

Lambhay Hill will be closed overnight whilst road resurfacing takes place.

Thursday 30 April

It's the last day to take advantage of our fantastic Salary Sacrifice Cycle to Work Scheme. Make sure you don't miss out, the next opportunity won't be until April 2016!

Need help with IT, including browsing the web and email? Join us at some of our libraries today where we will go through the basics and answer all your questions. Just drop in, no need to book.

Explore a virtual orchestra from the inside out as iOrchestra performs Holst's The Planets on Armada Way today. Visitors will be able to see each instrument up close, join in with the percussion section and even have a conducting lesson.

Feel better with a book at some of our libraries today. Share reading aloud of some of our best poetry, short stories and novels. Come and listen, join in if you want, or simply enjoy the literature and conversation over tea and cake.

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.

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

Lambhay Hill will be closed overnight whilst road resurfacing takes place.

Britain's Ocean City

Annual report

Corporate Plan

The 2015/16 budget

Walking challenge

iCHOOSE to purchase annual leave

Ward Map and Committee Chairs