Events

Book now to see Plymouth’s spectacular international Mayflower commemoration event

This July, the major international Mayflower 400 commemoration event will take place on Plymouth Hoe and free tickets are available to book now.

Having been postponed from the original anniversary date of 16 September due to the pandemic, the Mayflower 400 Four Nations Ceremony will now take place on Sunday 11 July on the biggest stage Plymouth Hoe has ever seen.

Plans in place for a safe Remembrance Sunday in Plymouth

Plymouth’s Remembrance Sunday commemorations will look slightly different this year, as the city adapts to ensure that everyone is able to follow the COVID-19 safety guidelines.

There will not be a public Remembrance Service on Plymouth Hoe this year. The service usually attracts thousands of attendees so it would not be possible to maintain social distancing and would put vulnerable people, including veterans, at risk.

Remember, remember – safety first this November

People in Plymouth are being urged to make safety a priority this Bonfire Night.

Plymouth’s public event on the Hoe, which usually sees thousands of visitors gather to enjoy the bonfire and firework display has been cancelled due to COVID-19.

With organised Bonfire Night displays unable to go ahead, the message from Plymouth City Council, Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service and Devon and Cornwall Police is clear: put safety first this year.