What's On

Find the Places

Meet the People

Culture Blog

Royal William Yard

Europe’s largest collection of Grade I listed military buildings, lovingly restored by Urban Splash and now home to an array of bars, restaurants, independent shops, galleries, offices, and places to explore.

Royal William Yard hosts a wealth of events throughout the year including the monthly Good Food Market, regular live Yard music sessions, Wimbledon on the Green, Illuminate and Weekend of Wonders.

From yoga on the lawn, to boot camps and running groups, come and experience a wide range of fitness classes. Alternatively take a stroll along the famous South West Coast Path and descend the stunning steps from Devils Point into the Yard. There is an on-site marina offering berthing and a regular ferry service as well stand up paddle boarding which launches from Firestone Arches.

More places

A not for profit social enterprise dedicated to creating welcoming collaborative spaces that engage, educate, and empower communities to respond to the climate crisis.
Marjon Arts Centre
Marjon Arts Centre seeks to become the cultural hub of North Plymouth; A multi-use space designed to bring the community together.
On Plymouth's historic Barbican, you'll find an ancient doorway to 32 New Street which takes you back in time to Drake's Plymouth.
PMZ new
Plymouth Music Zone is an award-winning music charity with a passion for harnessing the power of music to reach out and transform the lives of some of the most disadvantaged children, young people and vulnerable adults across the city and beyond.

Could you help Made in Plymouth?

Do you want to shout about the brilliant things you see in Plymouth?

Made in Plymouth wants you to share your stories.

We’re looking for paid Freelance Writers and Content Creators to contribute ideas and content to our platforms!