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Annual Radford Park Arboretum Walk and Talk – Tuesday 5th May

April 8, 2015 | By | Reply More
Annual Radford Park Arboretum Walk and Talk – Tuesday 5th May

The annual Radford ‘Walk & Talk’ and Coffee Evening will be held on Tuesday 6th May 2014. Meet outside the Beckly Centre, Mayers Way, Radford Dip, Hooe Road, Plymstock, Plymouth., starting at 6.30pm at the Beckly Centre. Everybody is welcome. Tickets available on the door at 50p.

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Kingfisher Quay Minutes – 29th January 2015

March 19, 2015 | By | Reply More
Kingfisher Quay Minutes – 29th January 2015

Kingfisher Quay – Minutes of meeting called by John Kingdom in Oreston Church Hall 29th January 2015 at 7.30pm Members present No 18, 16 ,5, 33,23,65,57,62,60 Apologies received from 44 Meeting opened at 7.30 by Chairperson John Kingdom 62 Directors present Jackie Applebee and Wendy Colwell. John  62 explained that he called the meeting because […]

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‘Beach Clean’ Saturday 18th April!

March 19, 2015 | By | 4 Replies More
‘Beach Clean’ Saturday 18th April!

Hooe Lake & Radford Lake are in need of a clean! There is a beach clean on Saturday 18th April at 9 – 9:30 am – Meet at the Castle If you enjoy the area, and use it, please come and help, we need all the support we can get.  Wear old clothes and stout shoes. Rubber gloves, […]

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Latest on Radford Quarry Appeal + Hooelake.org Presentation

February 1, 2015 | By | Reply More
Latest on Radford Quarry Appeal + Hooelake.org Presentation

UPDATE 9th JUNE 2015: The Appeal against the initial refusal to build in Radford Quarry has been dismissed. The Inquiry sat for 8 days on 20-22 and 26-28 January and 30-31 March 2015. Summary of Decision: The appeal is dismissed.  SEE THE APPEAL DECISION HERE   This is one of the powerpoint presentations that we put […]

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Help Save Stamford Wildlife

June 23, 2014 | By | 3 Replies More
Help Save Stamford Wildlife

Far too many natural habitats, nesting grounds and wildlife havens are being destroyed in the area!  Please help support Lynn Armstrong in her quest to save an important area which has been set aside for local wildlife. My name is Lynn Armstrong and I live in Stamford Close.  As I am sure you know, at […]

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Plymouth & Mount Batten Storm Damage Update – A Letter from PCC

May 9, 2014 | By | Reply More
Plymouth & Mount Batten Storm Damage Update – A Letter from PCC

An email response from Plymouth County Council’s regarding the repair of storm damage – from a concerned Mount Batten resident The storms we experienced caused extensive damage to our city including damage to our buildings (predominately to roofs), fallen trees, damage from flooding, damage to piers, and a range of structures on our foreshore including footpaths, steps and other structures including our two lidos at […]

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Big Turnout for Radford Beach Clean

April 13, 2014 | By | 3 Replies More
Big Turnout for Radford Beach Clean

A big thank you to everybody that turned up and helped with the beach clean and litter pick on Saturday 14th April 2014, We had approximately 35-40 enthusiastic local residents who gave up their free time, to clean Hooe Lake foreshore, Radford Lake, the Quarry and Radford Park of litter and junk. There was a […]

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Kate Humble on Radford Quarry – What a relief, and great news for wildlife!

April 10, 2014 | By | 3 Replies More
Kate Humble on Radford Quarry – What a relief, and great news for wildlife!

Friend of hooelake.org Kate Humble has had a fairly frantic start to the year with two – almost back-to-back filming trips in Australia and lots of tearing up and down to Scotland for Lambing Live in between. Kate, who is familiar with the area, kindly took the time out to offer a few words and comments …

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Plan for bugs to flourish in Radford Park

April 9, 2014 | By | 2 Replies More
Plan for bugs to flourish in Radford Park

Buglife, who have their southwest office in Plymouth are working with Plymouth City Council on plans to re-create an area of wild flower meadow in Radford Park, above Radford Quarry. A massive 3,000,000 hectares of flower-rich grassland have been lost in the UK since World War Two – these flower-rich areas were vital habitats for […]

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Latest on Cavanna Homes Bostons Boat Yard from TOWRA

May 29, 2013 | By | Reply More
Latest on Cavanna Homes Bostons Boat Yard from TOWRA

For all residents here is some information on the development in former Boston’s Boatyard. A meeting was held at 37 The Old Wharf on Friday 3rd May at 3pm with David Smith (Build Manager ) from Cavanna Homes and Peter and Penny Lenthall, Lilianna Grainger, Tim Brighton and Pat Constable.

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