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Top 5 places to visit in or near Plymouth

Royal William Yard Royal William Yard is a complex full of restaurants, cafes, a wine bar and various clothing shops. The complex is an ex-Naval yard that also holds many unique and interesting events. Plymouth’s annual Illuminate light festival is held here and is a...

Top Five Reasons To Visit Brighton

Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club  Home to the city’s very own, Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club. The Albion continue to fight from strength to strength alongside Head Coach Graham Potter to remain in the Premier League. Not only do the Seagulls always...

Best Plymouth Costas ranked in order

Everyone must have had a Costa at least once in their lives, especially those who live in Plymouth and have seen the sheer amounts of Coffee establishments the ocean city contains. weather you like Costa or not we cannot deny these penultimate locations for an...

Why do we sing Auld Lang Syne?

In a matter of hours, the annul countdown is due to beckon across the world and we’ll conclude it with a familiar tune. ‘Auld Lang Syne’ is an old timey and lyrically-archaic Scottish song that, year-after-year, we shamelessly slur out with our arms linked to the ones...

Where you should go for Christmas lunch

One of my favourite things about the Holliday’s has to be the Christmas food. With only a few days to go loads of restaurants are offering something Festive at this time of year.  Quay 33 If your feeling like a local homemade meal in a quiet part of Plymouth Quay 33...

(Amster)-DAM I need a budget break

In your twenties, running up big student debts, too many shifts, deadlines are looming and a quick, getaway trip to de-stress and re-fuel is needed. So how is it possible? It’s easy. Choose wisely where you go and be careful with your pennies. Make handfuls of...

The Doughnut’s official gift guide

Black Friday has been and gone but have you brought all your presents yet? If the answer is yes then congratulations, I admire your organisational and timekeeping skills. If the answer is no, then don’t worry, you have come to the right place. This guide will...

What is the Best Thing About Marjon?

“I’ve never found a more welcoming community. I can walk through Marjon or Plymouth City Centre and see someone I know, and can have a chat with.” That’s according to Marjon SU president Rhys Roberts when he was asked, what makes Marjon different? He was taking part...

The Vegan Christmas Menu

I know what you’re thinking- Christmas as a vegan? Madness! What about the turkey and the trimmings and- Yeah. Don’t worry, I get it. But you’d be surprised at the amazing alternatives to all of the animal products the public love come the festive season. Here’s a...

Plymouths top 3 places to get lunch if your vegan!

Taco Tuesday. If you’re looking for a quick cheap lunch Nowhey tacos Located in the Plymouth market at the bottom of town is the perfect location. This family ran food stall serves Mexican inspired homemade tacos and nachos and its completely vegan! Tacos normally...

Sorcery in a bottle

Women everywhere have been obsessing over Mirenesse’s Thermal Wrap N Repair hair mask. This product has taken Australia by storm and for under a tenner provides users with sleek and shiny results. It is reported to take between five and twenty minutes to...

Ditching Diet Words

Slimming World member, Fay Marshall, has explained how she lost over eight stone in two years, making people aware that diet words can be harmful however being overweight can have huge consequences. Phrases, such as ‘strong not skinny’ have been reworded to award body...

Feature Story 2

Before the legendary David Letterman was the king of American late-night TV, he got his big break with a mid-morning chatshow that stood out for its refusal to take the entire medium of telly seriously. In one episode, Letterman had a TV wheeled on to the set, and...

Feature Story

Before the legendary David Letterman was the king of American late-night TV, he got his big break with a mid-morning chatshow that stood out for its refusal to take the entire medium of telly seriously. In one episode, Letterman had a TV wheeled on to the set, and...

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