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- Meeting / Workshop Hire Option 1
Hire The Clipper on Union Street. Refreshments NOT included. Refreshments are available from the cafe pending government guidelines and COVID regulations. Please contact us before booking to check the current legislation. This booking includes non-public use of the cafe area with in the clipper. The cafe must continue to function their delivery service during this booking time, no public will be aloud in the building.
- August 12, 2020 | 7:00 PMSouthway Dr, Plymouth PL6 6QW, UK
- Quiz Night @ The ClipperTickets: £4.00 - £60.00December 15, 2020 | 7:00 PM65 Union St, Stonehouse, Plymouth PL1 3LU, UK
- December 2, 2020 | 9:00 AM80-84 Union Street, Stonehouse, Plymouth PL1 3EZ, UK
- Face Masks / Covering to become mandatory in work / public places.
Talks from 10 downing Street is that face mask and coverings will become mandatory with in all public and work place buildings.
- What is the future of the pool?
Plymouth City Council have confirmed the future of the popular tidal pool in a post on Facebook: They said: We've been made aware of some worries about the future of Devil's Point Pool, so thought we'd clear a few things up. Why would we want to destroy a pool that has been used for generations and helps young people learn to swim, forge long and lasting links with the sea and generally feel good about themselves and where they live? Yes, this year we did things differently. A lot of things were different this year because of COVID-19. Pools were closed as part of the lock down measures in March and were not allowed to reopen until July. As we were concentrating on our core services such as collecting rubbish and recycling and responding to fly tip reports, cleaning the pool did not happen. As it’s a tidal pool it got filled with seaweed, stones, grit and sand and because of delays to the first clean of the season, a mini sea-bed formed in the pool. The team removed the floating seaweed debris but left the seaweed growing round the edge and the molluscs. The steps were jet-washed to allow people to get in and out of the pool safely. Subject to COVID restrictions, we will resume the usual cleaning operation - however we do have exciting plans for this pool and it’s future preservation is part of a bid we are submitting for grant funding. This will could include strengthening some of the deteriorating concrete. Send us your photos at the pool to email@example.com
- The Ending of LD3.0 is near!
with Boris Johnson addressing parliament today at 3:30pm he has received a new ease of lockdown plan taking place over the next few months. Step-by-step As part of the first step of the plan for easing lockdown in England: From 8 March - All schools will open with outdoor after-school sports and activities allowed. Recreation in an outdoor public spaces - such as a park - will be allowed between two people, meaning they would be allowed to sit down for a coffee, drink or picnic From 29 March - Outdoor gatherings of either six people or two households will be allowed. It is understood this will include gatherings in private gardens. Outdoor sports facilities such as tennis or basketball courts will reopen and organised adult and children's sport, such as grassroots football, will also return Secondary school pupils can access tests and will be required to wear face coverings in classrooms and shared spaces like corridors. The second step from 12 April would see major parts of the economy permitted to reopen: Non-essential retail opens, hairdressers and public buildings like libraries and museums Outdoor settings like alcohol takeaways, beer gardens, zoos and theme parks Indoor leisure like swimming pools and gyms Self-contained holiday accommodation, such as self-catering lets and camp sites But wider social contact rules will continue to apply in all settings - meaning no indoor mixing between different households will be allowed. Mr Johnson confirmed the end of hospitality curfews - and requirements to eat a substantial meal alongside alcohol. He said a review of international leisure travel restrictions would be announced by 12 April at the earliest. Funerals continue with up to 30 people, and weddings with up to 15 guests. The third step will come from 17 May - if the data allows - and will see the "rule of six" abolished for outdoor gatherings, replaced with a limit of 30 people: Two households can mix indoors - with the rule of six applied in hospitality settings like pubs Cinemas, hotels, performances and sporting events reopen - though social distancing remains Up to 10,000 spectators can attend the very largest outdoor seated venues like football stadiums Up to 30 people will be able to attend weddings, receptions, funerals and wakes. Mr Johnson said this step would also "consider the potential role of Covid status certification" - which could refer to so-called "vaccine passports" - in helping indoor venues to reopen safely. The fourth step from 21 June will potentially see all legal limits on social contact removed, with the final closed sectors of the economy reopened - such as nightclubs. The government hopes that - from this date - restrictions on weddings and funerals will also be abolished. Providing these dates escape postponement in the next few months The Clipper will be able to start offering Outside service from 12th April 2020, Indoor service from 17th May, fully operational by 21st June. For the time being you can help keep The Clipper floating by ordering via just eat. if you have any information about this article, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- What's On Omnium Radio | Omnium Radio CIC | Plymouth
Click here to listen to repeat shows on mixloud Rainbow John's Camp Classics Thursdays 13:00 - 15:00 Join rainbow John as he takes you back in time and mixes things up with his playlists of camp classics Click here to listen to repeat shows on mixloud Talk It Out Show Fridays 13:00 - 15:00 The Talk It Out Show...
- COVID Music Production Workshop | Omnium Radio CIC | Plymouth
COVID Virtual Music Productions Workshops Omnium's Music Production Workshops are a community project designed to prove that anyone can make music. Workshops are run with a producer who showcases industry techniques to create sound in ways that attendees can understand simply. The workshops provide structure and music education to the local community, particularly vulnerable people. Please see the video below for a snippet into how the workshop is performed. The video is session two of the current running workshop. Individuals living in Stonehouse or near by area can become involved at any time during the current sessions taking place on Fridays at 3pm or we have a new session starting on 26th March on the new session we currently have 10 spaces available. cut off date to book your place for FREE is 1st March 2021 Please email for more information. email@example.com Apply for your spot. Select anything that applies to you I live in Stonehouse or very close area I have internet access and a facebook account to join in with the virtual group session either via mobile phone or computer I have a learning difficulty I agree to the terms & conditions Submit Thanks for submitting!
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