Plymouth's Dial A Ride community transport service is going citywide, thanks to a unique partnership between the City Council, local charity Access Plymouth and commercial operator Plymouth Citybus.
Find out what Plymouth People First has been doing over the summer.
Adult Life is a NEW seminar from The National Autistic Society Autism Seminars for Families. The seminar runs over two days and is for parents of adults aged over 18 who have received a diagnosis of autism in the past few years.
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This plan has been written to cut crime and the fear of crime and to bring the police and the people they support closer together. It also talks about hate crime and mate crime. You can view the plan here.
The eatwell plate outlines the Government's recommendations on healthy diets. It shows how much of what you eat should come from each food group. Click here to view the full leaflet as a PDF.
You can now access a mobile-friendly version of POD from your smart phone or tablet! Visit www.plymouthonlinedirectory.com from your device.
The Local Account sets out how well Adult Social Care in Plymouth is meeting peoples needs. It is a way for the Council to be transparent with local residents about what we do and the money spent on Adult Social Care services.