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Plymouth Christmas Market

Plymouth Christmas Market

Plymouth's Christmas Market returns to the heart of Plymouth City Centre, 30 November to 21...

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30th Nov 2017-21st Dec 2017
Snowflake Trail

Snowflake Trail

The Waterfront Snowflake trail has returned following its success last year and will launch on...

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26th Nov 2017-7th Jan 2018
Christmas Land Train

Christmas Land Train

The special city centre land train begins running on 17 November right up until Christmas Eve,...

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17th Nov 2017-24th Dec 2017
Drake Circus Christmas Grotto

Drake Circus Christmas Grotto

Once again Drake Circus are bringing the magic of Christmas with Santa's grotto and his team of...

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18th Nov 2017-24th Dec 2017
Radiant Christmas Grotto

Radiant Christmas Grotto

It’s a beautiful snowy Christmas Eve. Adorable bundle of fluff Baby Snow’s birthday! But the...

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9th Dec 2017-23rd Dec 2017
Nutcracker Trail

Nutcracker Trail

Magical Family Fun in Plymouth with the Nutcracker Trail The popular Nutcracker Trail is...

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17th Nov 2017-2nd Jan 2018

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Plymouth Gin

Plymouth Gin

The Black Friars Distillery, the working home of Plymouth Gin since 1793, is the oldest working gin distillery in England. The building dates back to the early 1400’s and where the Mayflower Fathers are said to have spent their last night before setting sail in the Mayflower to the New World.

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