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Christmas Lates at Alma Yard

Thursday, December 1

Alma Yard is excited to welcome the the public to Christmas Lates, with festive workshops, stalls, live music and seasonal food & drink.

Celebrate the start of the festive season with Christmas Lates at Alma Yard.

Expect seasonal treats including mulled wine from HonkyTonk studio & mince pies from Heyl Bakery, along with festive workshops from our residents , drop in sessions , gift shops and live music.

Alongside our talented residents, we will also be hosting a pop up Christmas market featuring local creatives and makers offering a range of Christmas gifts to help you get ahead this December.

Alma Yard is conveniently located by Sutton Harbour, a short walk from the city centre, and is a car-free site that promotes access by bicycle, public transport, or on foot.

The nearest carparks are Harbour Car Park on Lockyer’s Quay and the Barbican Leisure Centre. Suitable drop off and pick up points include outside Totem Timber on St John’s Road (not not be mistaken with St John’s Bridge Road) or by Bretonside/Sutton Harbour.

A revitalised mid-19th century rope factory, Alma Yard is set to become home to a community of creatives drawn to Plymouth’s burgeoning arts scene and relaxed pace of life.

Located on an iconic coastal rise, the site’s period features such as an original car lift are illuminated by streams of natural light and lofty spaces. These unique facets enrich the studios, public and workspaces, becoming the backdrop to this new and inspiring Eat Work Art location.

Just a short walk from Plymouth’s city centre, Alma Yard is a thriving hub of creativity. The perfect environment to create, collaborate, and innovate.

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