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Job Vacancies: Berthing Assistant/Trainee Berthing Assistant

5th March, 2021
Sutton Harbour Group, owner and operator of both Sutton Harbour Marina and King Point Marina, is looking to recruit two full time Berthing Assistants. You will be part of a small, hardworking team responsible for the cleanliness of the Harbour and surrounding areas, pollution control, routine maintenance and attending to berth holder and visitor requirements. READ MORE

Spending spring in Sutton Harbour

4th March, 2021
Spring is just around the corner which means warmer and longer days are on their way. Plymouth’s waterfront is a great place to visit all year round but there is something special about the historic harbour during the sunnier seasons. Here’s how you can safely enjoy spending time in Sutton Harbour this spring. READ MORE

Share the love with Sutton Harbour this February

4th February, 2021
February has rolled around again which means thoughts turn to love as Valentine’s Day creeps closer. While this Valentine’s is set to be very different given the current lockdown, it doesn’t mean you can’t still treat a loved one from the comfort of your own home. Discover what’s on offer along Plymouth’s historic harbour. READ MORE

Lockdown in Sutton Harbour: takeaways, online orders and virtual tours

8th January, 2021
With England now in its third national lockdown, restaurants, cafes and attractions in and around Sutton Harbour are closed to the public. However, many businesses are still offering online orders, takeaways and deliveries. READ MORE

12 places to visit in Sutton Harbour this Christmas

8th December, 2020
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…. The cobbled streets surrounding Sutton Harbour are filled with festive lights and many of the shop windows in the adjacent historic Barbican quarter have been transformed into Christmassy scenes. While Christmas is set to be very different this year, now more than ever people are embracing the Christmas cheer, spreading positivity and supporting others. READ MORE

Supporting Sutton Harbour businesses during the second lockdown

5th November, 2020
During England’s second national lockdown from 12am on Thursday 5th November until 2nd December, restaurants, cafes and attractions in and around Sutton Harbour will be closed to the public, however many are offering online orders, takeaways and deliveries. READ MORE

New lockdown restrictions: November 2020

3rd November, 2020
New UK Government restrictions will come into effect across England for the period from midnight on Wednesday 4th November through to Tuesday 2nd December to address the Covid-19 pandemic. READ MORE

Spend the spooky season in Sutton Harbour

16th October, 2020
As the October half-term and Halloween creep closer, it can be difficult to think of things to do to keep the whole family entertained, especially as Halloween is set to be very different this year. While trick or treating may be off the cards due to the coronavirus pandemic, there are still some safe, family-friendly activities taking place along Plymouth’s historic harbour. Some of our favourite Halloween events and trails are back this year, although running slightly differently to ensure social distancing, as well as some new ways to mark the spooky season. READ MORE

Britain's Ocean City selected to host SailGP in Season 2

18th September, 2020
Plymouth, Britain’s Ocean City, has been selected to host SailGP’s Season 2 European debut when the global league’s events restart in 2021. Following the season opener in San Francisco in April and New York SailGP in June, the championship will return to UK shores July 17-18 for the third event in Season 2, featuring the world’s fastest sail racing. READ MORE

The history of the Mayflower voyage

16th September, 2020
In 1620, the Mayflower set sail from historic Sutton Harbour in Plymouth, Britain’s Ocean City, on a legendary voyage to America with 102 passengers and approximately 30 crew members on board. The men, women and children who left the UK and Holland for a new life across the pond became known as the Pilgrims and would establish the second successful English settlement in the US. READ MORE