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A newspaper report at the time covers the opening of the store, but Dr Alan Butler explained that the journalist was uncomfortable reporting the two were a couple. It's important to highlight our city's LGBT+ heritage and history - the people and places that have made Plymouth what it is.
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The Hoe annually hosts the Plymouth Pride event - although due to Covid-19 and weather conditions, it hasn't taken place the past two years. The clips were filmed at Westward TSW's Plymouth studios in the Derry's Cross, and there were four different Gus Honeybun puppets. The last ever Gus Honeybun programme in 1992 saw Gus returned to the moor and reunited with his rabbit family. The successor ITV franchise Westcountry did provide a replacement programme called Birthday People, but this was cancelled in 2004The bus was a deal with Western National, the local bus operator for Cornwall & Plymouth. They ran minibus routes that were branded as Hoppa, so one bus (Mercedes L608D C990 GCV) was given full Gus Honeybun branding along with the slogan "Hop on a Hoppa with Gus" and used on routes around Plymouth: This is how word would get round that the parties were happening. Word was getting out, communication was happening via a fluffy bunny. Which is something quite unique for Plymouth." 'In Other Words' bookshop on Mutley Plain They were just bars where people were happy to, shall we say, turn a blind eye. We developed an underground scene where people knew the places to go and knew the spaces to be in, and certain interactions could take place and people wouldn't make too much of a fuss about.
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What this meant was we were treated to a litany of different programmes which, aside from the one or two that made it to the network, were exclusively for us.People took a lot of pride that they could live their day to day lives but in the evenings or weekends they could go to places like this." Read More Related Articles Quote from: McDead on February 14, 2023, 09:18:46 PMThere's a song. Warning: it's both awful and catchy.
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Stirling, a stage actor originally from Fife, joined the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in 1974. He also appeared on television in many acting roles, including parts in A Family at War, Budgie, Pathfinders (TV series, one episode) and Crown Court.  Stirling freelanced at Westward before becoming a full-time staff announcer in 1975. Alongside announcing duties, he read regional news bulletins and presented the hugely popular children's birthdays spot alongside station mascot rabbit puppet Gus Honeybun.His move to Plymouth came after an already successful career producing and directing programmes which have become part of the fabric of British television viewing such as The Golden Shot and Celebrity Squares.