Flapjackery's flapjack eating devotees raise nearly £2500 for charity

Flapjackery, a Devon-based business renowned for its hand-crafted, artisan gluten-free flapjacks, is delighted to announce its shops have raised nearly £2500 for charity. The money was raised through a unique initiative that encourages customers to choose a more environmentally friendly option when they purchase flapjacks and other sweet treats.

Flapjackery, which has shops in...

Flapjackery announces new manager for its popular Barbican shop in Plymouth

Flapjackery, the renowned makers of hand-made gluten-free flapjacks, has announced the appointment of a new manager at its popular shop located on the Barbican in Plymouth.

The announcement comes at Flapjackery opens a new pop up shop in the heart of Dartmouth, opposite the Boat Float.

Matt Davies, who brings with him a wealth of experience from previous roles in the...

The RNLI officially opens Plymouth’s newest shop in the oldest store on the Barbican

Plymouth’s RNLI were on hand to open the Barbican’s newest shop, Flapjackery, which has taken over the famous Yarmouth Stores on Southside Street, selling delicious handmade flapjacks, and other sweet treats.

Flapjackery, which is based at Tavistock, will fund raise for the RNLI from its Plymouth shop.

Coxwain Simon Jeffery officially opened the shop, cutting the ribbon for...

What I Learned From Johnny Bevan comes to Plymouth

National tour of poet’s multi award winning politically charged theatre debut coming to Plymouth Barbican Theatre

He’s best known for blistering, incisive and astute performance poetry and regular slots on BBC Radio, but it was Luke Wright’s first theatre show What I Learned from Johnny Bevan that took the Edinburgh Fringe by storm and then sold out three weeks at London’s Soho Theatre...

Cluttons sells Hanover Court for £1.3m

Cluttons, acting on behalf of Hanover Housing Association, has completed the sale of a 20-apartment residential building in the heart of Plymouth’s Barbican area to Bunny Homes for £1.3million.

Built in 1967, the five-floor premises known as Hanover Court includes 14 studios and six self-contained apartments. It also benefits from off street parking.

The building has been...

Headbutt leaves man needing 60 stitches

Police are appealing for witnesses following a shocking attack that left a man requiring 60 stitches to his forehead.

Neil Rogers, aged 47, was outside of the Cider Press in Plymouth Barbican between 9.45-10pm on Friday 18th December when he was head butted by an unknown offender without provocation.

This attack caused Mr Rogers to fall directly onto a glass set of railings,...

Halloween extravaganza with Haunt the Woods, Wildwood Kin and Gareth & Annie

Halloween spectacular with Haunt the Woods plus very special guests this October at the B-Bar.

This gig will spread out across multiple floors of the wonderful Barbican Theatre and B-Bar, will feature guest DJs and support acts and see the band play material from their upcoming album plus live favourites.

With major label interest, a slew of successful support slots and a new album on the way, 2015 is becoming a huge year for the south-west's Haunt the Woods. This will be a show to remember. The excellent Wildwood Kin and Gareth & Annie will provide support sets....

Plymouth Seafood Festival is back!

The popular Plymouth Seafood Festival will return to the Barbican and Sutton Harbour at the end of the month, but this year with a Plymouth Gin twist!

Located on Southside Street in the heart of the Historic Barbican, the local gin brand joins Brittany Ferries as this year’s sponsors of the event which is organised by the Plymouth Waterfront Partnership Business Improvement District...

More new loos with sea views!

Two new sets of loos with sea views are on the cards for Plymouth’s waterfront.

A business case has been approved to build a new toilet block at Richmond Walk and to reconfigure and update tired toilets at Devil’s Point.

The Council has allocated £59,770 from its capital programme to demolish toilets at Richmond Walk which have been closed since 2011.It is hoped that the...

Barbian licensing policy changes

Plymouth City Council’s Cabinet is expected to approve plans to control the type of new licences issued on the Barbican.

The changes were agreed after the police submitted a report to the Council last year asking to expand the current cumulative impact policy (CIP) to not only cover the Barbican, but extend across Sutton Harbour up to and including Sutton Road.

Under the policy...