the the season of the soul than of nature."
After a very disappointing start to the season, Plymouth Albion Rugby Club, the city's senior rugby team, finally got their first win, in their sixth game of the season. It couldn't have been better, a bright autumn afternoon without a breath of wind, and the good crowd of loyal supporters at Albion's Brickfields ground, were treated to some spirited and skillful open rugby, and importantly a great win against the team from Birmingham. It was keenly fought till the final whistle.
Devonport Park is my favourite of all the city parks.
It is truly a "family" park. It has something for every age group with great activity areas for children, good sporting facilities and some wonderful "quiet" areas. It is a testament to the dedicated group of volunteers and the professional staff who work hard to make it what it is.
This is the modern and efficient Energy from Waste plant in the North Yard, of the Devonport Naval Base, in Plymouth. This facility deals with waste from Plymouth, Devon and Torbay, that is not recycled or composted, and generates electricity as well as usable heat in combined heat and power (CHP) mode, thereby saving valuable fossil resources and reducing carbon dioxide output.