Welcome to Plymouth

For decades, some have dismissed Plymouth as sprawling and ugly, pointing to architectural eyesores and sometimes palpable poverty. But the arrival of high-profile chefs Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Mitch Tonks, and ongoing waterfront regeneration begs a rethink. Yes the city, an important Royal Naval port, suffered WWII bomb damage; and today it is still sometimes more gritty than pretty, but Plymouth is also... Read More

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