Young people in Plymouth will be supported to stay in school and achieve better results through a new scheme using one-to-one mentors as guides.
Councillor Nicky Williams, Cabinet Member for Children and Young People, signed off the new Skills Aid Plymouth (SAP) scheme to support teens to stay in school and get the qualifications the city needs them to have.
A Plymouth based cutting edge medical firm is creating ten new jobs with support from Plymouth City Council.
The Plymouth International Medical and Technology Park is already a thriving home to medical, technology and research and development organisations. Now the Council is selling a one acre plot to a developer so a high tech health company can move in.
Plymouth City Council says it has now delivered three quarters of the 100 pledges for the city that it announced last May.
The milestone was reached this week when Councillor Nicky Williams officially signed off the 75th pledge launching a new scheme, known as Skills Aid Plymouth, which supports young people to stay in school and get the qualifications the city needs them to have....
Plymouth City Council’s Public Health team is reminding people of how to protect themselves against the winter vomiting bug, or norovirus, that can affect anyone of any age. It is highly contagious and spreads by contact with an infected person, by touching contaminated surfaces or by eating or drinking contaminated food or liquid. The symptoms of norovirus are very distinctive such as the...