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Couple fell in love with Plymouth | Plymouth Herald
A PLYMOUTH couple who met while working in a factory have reached their Golden Wedding anniversary.
Golfers putt in the effort for hospital | Plymouth Herald
A CHARITY golf day raised more than £1,300 for children treated at Derriford Hospital.
Residents gear up for World on the Green event | Plymouth Herald
RESIDENTS of North Prospect took part in the first of a series of carnival craft workshops at the Halcyon Centre on August 10.
Elena toughs it out to win RAF bursary | Plymouth Herald
A STUDENT from Plymouth High School for Girls has received a bursary from the Royal Air Force.
Abbey to host Flog It! programme | Plymouth Herald
THE BBC's cameras will be focusing on Buckland Abbey near Yelverton when it hosts the programme, Flog It! Valuation Day, on September 1.
Mabel stays calm – and awake – to win clutch of prizes at show | Plymouth Herald
A NARCOLEPTIC dog from Tavistock has scooped prizes at a South West dog show.
Old football strips donated to young players overseas | Plymouth Herald
PLYMOUTH residents are being urged to dig out old football kits and donate them to charity.
Smeaton ready to be a Guide Dog | Plymouth Herald
FORMER Lord Mayor, Councillor Mary Aspinall has donated £5,000 to Plymouth Guide Dogs for the Blind.
Thanks to walkers for effort | Plymouth Herald
ST LUKE'S Hospice held an awards ceremony at Oceana on August 11.
Golfers chip in to support children's hospital services | Plymouth Herald
A PLYMOUTH business has donated over £1,300 to a local charity.
Felt making kicks off a week of activities | Plymouth Herald
THE KEYSTOP Luncheon Club tried their hand at felt-making as part of their annual Prime Time activity week.
Fairytale characters come to life in country house grounds | Plymouth Herald
THE COPPOLA School of Performing Arts has returned to the National Trust's Antony House.
Young rappers feel beat at music zone | Plymouth Herald
A GROUP of youngsters have taken part in an urban music workshop.
Ken's last sermon after five decades | Plymouth Herald
A LOCAL man held his last sermon after almost 50 years of preaching.
Exercise, not rest, is important after ops | Plymouth Herald
MACMILLAN Cancer Support has launched a campaign to encourage people in Plymouth affected by cancer to exercise more.