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Lower Tamar Valley Plymouth.41 But the city remains home to the 42 Commando of cheval de troie belfort the Royal Marines.Retrieved enis Larionov Alexander Zhulin."Taking trains back to Tavistock".107 In contrast, the Theatre Royal 's production and education centre, TR2, which was built on wasteland at Cattedown, was a runner-up for the riba Stirling Prize for Architecture in 2003.168 Plymouth cricket club was formed in 1843, the current 1st XI play in the Devon Premier League.Archived from the original on Retrieved "Your Local CPS: Devon and Cornwall".The Tavistock Hotel 48-55 Tavistock Square WC1H 9EU Phone: 44 (0) Email: Russell Square - 1 minute walk British Museum - 7 minute walk Oxford Street - 15 minute walk Covent Garden - 14 minute walk Theatreland - 14 minute walk The County The County Hotel.The college closed in 1910, but in 1940 a new college opened at Manadon.68 As a result of this summer highs are lower than points further north in the UK; however, the coldest month of February has mean minimum temperatures as mild as between 3 and 4 C (37 and 39 F).18 In the nearby parish of Stoke Damerel the first dockyard, hmnb Devonport, opened in 1690 on the eastern bank of the River Tamar.Retrieved "All people Economically active Unemployed (Model Based) Plymouth" (PDF).Retrieved b c "Union Street: night and day".41 Government edit Local government history edit The first record of the existence of a settlement at Plymouth was in the Domesday Book in 1086 as Sudtone, Saxon for south farm, located at the present-day Barbican.
The team's home ground is called Home Park and is located in Central Park.
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