At Glenholt Park, we pride ourselves on being one of the best-located parks in the country. Situated in rolling hills of the Plym Valley, residents of Glenholt Park enjoy the best of both worlds.
The calmness and tranquility of England’s most beautiful countryside, along with access to Plymouth, the south-west’s most vibrant city where there is always something to do. During the summer, Devon, and in particular Plymouth, comes to life. Here are our top picks what to do this summer.
24 July, Supha’s Sunday Seafood Special
The Supha Food Emporium is one of Plymouth’s finest restaurant located right on the city’s stunning waterfront. This Sunday, the renowned French chef Jacques Marchal and Crabstock Festival founder Adrian Bartlett will be bringing you an afternoon of mouth-watering seafood delights. Click here for more information.
Come on down to the Official Team GB FanZone in Plymouth to watch live coverage of the Olympic Games from Rio on the big screen. The Official Team GB FanZone will be a fantastic place to experience all of the action and atmosphere of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games whilst supporting the Team GB athletes in their quest for Olympic glory. Click here for more information.
The monthly Good Food Market takes place on Sunday 7th August. A perfect place to bring the Grandchildren, this month they’ve tailored their market to make it as family-friendly as possible; from face painters to the merry Plymouth Morris Men, there’s plenty to do and see. Click here for more information.
The world famous British Firework Championships is set to return the Plymouth for its 20th showdown . Six professional display companies will be taking part, three on each evening of the event. Food, live music, and even a funfare, this year’s event will not disappoint! Click here for more information.
Join the Plymouth Jazz Club on a cruise up the beautiful River Tamar on board the ‘Plymouth Princess’. Journeying from Plymouth to Calstock and back, you will enjoy easy listening traditional jazz music from the Riverboat Four. The Plymouth Jazz Club was formed by a group of jazz enthusiasts in April 1984 with the objective of promoting live jazz music in Plymouth. For more information on this event, click here.