Online Events

The following events/activities are running online throughout the 2022 Plymouth History Festival:

Plymouth Trails App – Plympton St Maurice Trail
This new trail will go live during the History Festival. It’s a one-hour trail takes you around the historic stannary town of Plympton St Maurice with a route that guides you around the site of the old castle, the church and guildhall.

Find out more here.

Plymouth Trails App – Explore Plymouth’s Blue Plaques
There are currently 44 blue and round plaques located across Plymouth. Launching during this year’s History Festival, the blue plaque locator will enable you to find these plaques and learn more about the people and places they commemorate. As you find each one, it will tick off in the app. Can you visit them all before the end of May?

Find out more here.

Plymouth Trails App – Plymouth’s Powerful Women
The Powerful Women trail app celebrates 100 years of the important and influential women who lived or worked in the vicinity of The Hoe and who made a real difference to Plymouth. The 1.2 mile trail has been developed by the Hoe Neighbourhood Forum for their National Lottery Heritage Funded project, “100 Years of Plymouth Powerful Women” in association with the University of Plymouth. Those featured include Nancy Astor MP, language school founder Suzanne Sparrow, scientist Marjorie Wilson, suffragist Clara Daymond and the South West’s first female GP Dr Rosa Bale.

Find out more here.

Online Exhibition – Sound Values
This virtual exhibition will showcase Plymouth Marjon University’s continuing connection to exploration and conservation through its heritage and values – via sound, image and the spoken word.

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