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THE COUNCIL THIS WEEK

Thursday 2 October

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!

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

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.

If you haven't already done so make time today to see the 'Walk On: From Richard Long to Janet Cardiff - 40 Years of Art Walking' exhibition. A major touring exhibition that examines the many ways that artists since the 1960s have undertaken the universal act of taking a walk as a means to create new art.

Calling all keen photographers! Seek out the most striking images you can find that capture the essence of Plymouth, Britain's Ocean City and enter the RIBA Plymouth Photographic Competition.

Fort Austin Avenue and Moorland View will be benefiting from a micro-asphalt protective surface today, a cost-effective way of preventing or slowing down deterioration of road surfaces. Southway Drive will also be close for westbound traffic at junction with Clittaford Road as part of the works.

Friday 3 October

The Plymouth Safeguarding Adults Board meets today where the board will receive an internal audit report from the Devon Audit Partnership.

Join Mike Collier tomorrow for a curator-led tour of the 'Walk On' exhibition tomorrow. Starting from the Museum and Art Gallery and heading out to the other three city centre sites.

Families are being invited to get into nautical fancy dress for a day of fun pirate capers at Devonport Library this Saturday. The event will get under way at 10am with crafts and a treasure hunt around the library, followed by a sea shanty rhymetime for under-fives at 11am.

Join us for a big draw breakfast club tomorrow. Start at Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery then journey on foot to Plymouth Arts Centre helping us to make marks all along the route. We will be observing and sketching along the way and your walking movements will also help us create automatic drawings.

Sky Ride is back this Sunday. Join us for a scenic ride along the Plym Valley cycle trail following the Plym Valley steam railway

Goosewell Park Road and Pendeen Crescent will be benefiting from a micro-asphalt protective surface this weekend, a cost-effective way of preventing or slowing down deterioration of road surfaces.

Monday 6 October

If you haven't already done so make time today to see the 'Walk On: From Richard Long to Janet Cardiff - 40 Years of Art Walking' exhibition. A major touring exhibition that examines the many ways that artists since the 1960s have undertaken the universal act of taking a walk as a means to create new art.

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.

Cunningham Road will be benefiting from a micro-asphalt protective surface today, a cost-effective way of preventing or slowing down deterioration of road surfaces.

Calling all keen photographers! Seek out the most striking images you can find that capture the essence of Plymouth, Britain's Ocean City and enter the RIBA Plymouth Photographic Competition.

Tuesday 7 October

The Licensing Sub Committee meets today The Director of Public Health will submit a report regarding an application to grant a premises licence for My Fish Bar at Bretonside

Join Angela K. Smith, Associate Professor (Reader) in English at Plymouth University for a fascinating lunchtime talk as she gives an insight into the British women who found the opportunity to do extraordinary things during the Great War.

Lanhydrock Road will be benefiting from a micro-asphalt protective surface today, a cost-effective way of preventing or slowing down deterioration of road surfaces. Southway Drive will also be close for westbound traffic at junction with Clittaford Road as part of the works.

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.

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!

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

Wednesday 8 October

Lanhydrock Road will be benefiting from a micro-asphalt protective surface today, a cost-effective way of preventing or slowing down deterioration of road surfaces. Southway Drive will also be close for westbound traffic at junction with Clittaford Road as part of the works.

Anything's possible in our Imaginators session today at the Museum. Your pre-school children will be taken on a journey around our galleries, objects and paintings, having loads of fun as they go.

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

Calling all keen photographers! Seek out the most striking images you can find that capture the essence of Plymouth, Britain's Ocean City and enter the RIBA Plymouth Photographic Competition.

Why not 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.

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