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    Joanna, Plymouth. I laughed out loud when I read the comment 'bursts of building even the architect's mother might question'!

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    Nonetheless there are still many good reasons to visit Plymouth and the stunning nearby Tamar Valley. I think the whole of Devon needs to get its act together and pool its marketing. Between Torbay, Plymouth, Exeter and the nice green bits in between, along with North Devon surf you have everything you need for a propur' oliday'!

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    • Robbo, Exeter. Sadly the comments are justified, but not completely true. Plymouth has the most woderfull sea front, the Hoe is gloriouse. No other city has such beauty and history, but is sadly let down by ill conceived planning decisions that have ruined the city centre. The dress sence of the people is awfull.

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      They look dowdy and common. A sence of depression pervades, and it should'nt. Sucksessive councils have followed their own agendas to the detriment of the ordinary person. Having said that, I stand on Plymouth hoe, and think to myself.. I love this place, and am proud to be allowed to live here. Geoff, Plymouth.


      Plymouth has had a very hard life and a corner stone for the southwest and the country as a whole. It has not had the privilege to rest and ponder its future and for such has given us chapters in our history. Investment, especially on the waterfront in growing,and why not, look what she has to offer. Alan, South Brent. Sadly that very "youthful" culture it describes is being ruined by the university of exeter being the main economic driving force in this city, and the students of the same have little or no taste in music, art or culture.

      They now fill whole tracts of the city, turning it into a summer ghost town when out of term.

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