A new £5million National Museum of the Royal Navy is to be opened in Devon. The facility will be based around former nuclear submarine HMS Courageous in Devonport. Work on the project is due to begin later this year. It will be based on an existing collection which will move to a revamped and expanded Bonaventure House, also known as Officers’ Terrace, in the South Yard.
A multi-million pound naval museum is to be created in Plymouth to help share and celebrate the city’s rich military history. The National Museum of the Royal Navy plans to open a permanent museum in Devonport, centred around the former nuclear submarine HMS Courageous. Work on the project, which will cost £5million, is due to begin later this year.
Here is a beautiful picture of the snow that fell on Dartmoor yesterday. Large parts of Devon have been enjoying a covering of snow this week. While some may be experiencing travel delays and disruption, others are enjoying the blanket of snow and sent us their pictures. Mark Shackleton took this photo in the Postbridge area near Princetown last night. Yesterday forecasters predicted snow in higher areas, such as Dartmoor, with more due overnight.
@PhilippaDavey It’s an interesting debate, as I say I see both sides. It’s common for stores to follow women’s fashions, but I think that Connor felt this style was a bit too grown up for kids. I don’t think I’d have picked up on it myself, but I understand his response.
@PhilippaDavey I see both points. It’s clearly aimed at young girls, look at the size of the mannequin, but who needed a sports bra at that age? It’s definitely imitating a style that’s usually seen on much older women. It’s also a v popular style on Insta in sexy photoshoots. It’s 🤷🏼♀️ https://t.co/zP947glHoW
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