- Clive Perkin leaves after 15 years service - Clive Perkin, Assistant Director for Transport and Infrastructure, has decided to leave Plymouth City Council after 15 years of service to take the opportunity to pursue other career interests.
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- Competition with Youth Service Facebook - Help us promote our Youth Services Facebook page by spreading the word to the young people you know about our social media competition.
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- Solar share scheme information event - today - Don’t forget you can find out more about Plymouth’s first solar share offer at the PEC Renewables information afternoon today.
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- Ramping up those suggestions - Changes to the iCHOOSE to Suggest Efficiency scheme are being made to encourage more staff to get involved and be recognised for a great idea.
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Friday 7 March
Do you need to brush up your tennis skills? Pop along to Devonport Park this weekend and join our Sports Development Unit for a weekly tennis coaching session. It's free and all equipment is provided.
Enjoy a winter bike ride for all the family this weekend. Sessions include ladies only led rides, Go Ride sessions and basic skill workshops for children; mountain bike sessions and family woodland rides are available on demand.
Monday 10 March
Your Plymouth meets today and will receive an update on the Tree Management Strategy. This strategy is designed to provide a framework for the management of trees owned and managed by Plymouth City Council. Trees enhance the quality of life in the urban environment and form an important part of its diversity. They also contribute to our health and wellbeing and enhance the enjoyment of the city.
The Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education (SACRE) meets today and will discuss the Religious Education Agreed Syllabus and receive an update on the SACRE budget.
Don't forget it's the last day to renew your staff car park access card. If it arrives late, your new card may not be ready by Monday 1 April.
Tuesday 11 March
Enjoy a lunchtime talk by art historian, Cath Wallace which includes all the main characters from 'Summer in February - the Jonathan Smith novel which was made into a film in 2013.
Go back to netball today, enjoy a gentle re-introduction to the sport for ladies of all ages from 16 years plus.
Take your kids along to some multi-skills sessions at Plymouth Life Centre today. Sessions include a variety of fun games and activities, all involving the development of skills that can be applied to a range of different sports.
Wednesday 12 March
Working Plymouth meets today and will be provided with updates on the Local Economic Strategy Review, the Youth Unemployment and the Skills Plan and Get Plymouth Building. These projects will help us deliver our 'Growing Plymouth' objective by developing Plymouth as a thriving growth centre by creating the conditions for investment and jobs.
Hop on board the blue bus at Plympton Ridgeway today for some help and advice on money and benefit matters, reducing crime and keeping safe.
Feel like a sing-song this lunchtime then pop along to the Guildhall and join in with our choir 'The Sound Council'. There are no auditions and no previous experience is needed. All are welcome, from the beginner to the professional and everything in between!
Thursday 13 March
Caring Plymouth meets today and will be provided with an overview of the Safeguarding Adults Board. This overview outlines key issues in relation to protection of adults at risk of abuse.
The panel will also receive the quarterly report for the Public Health Outcomes Framework and the health profile for Plymouth. This profile gives a picture of health in Plymouth and is designed to help us understand the community's needs, so we can work to improve people's health and reduce health inequalities.
Join us in the Central Library today and help make Plymouth one of the first Dementia Friendly cities in the UK. A Dementia Friend learns a little bit more about what it's like to live with dementia and then turns that understanding into action.
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.