Councillor Philip Partridge

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Title: Chair of Licensing Committee

Party: Conservative

Ward: Honicknowle

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Contact information

Correspondence address: 
c/o Council House
Armada Way

Phone:  01752 305166

Mobile:  07890059272


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Committee appointments

Term of Office

  • 06/05/2021 - 02/05/2024

Appointments to outside bodies

Additional Information




Community Grants 2021/22





To contribute towards the Crowdfunding page - Improving Ernesettle’s community allotments


To support Plymouth Vineyard with their Children's Uniform Store which provides uniform and stationery to help disadvantaged families in our City.




Community art project to enhance Honicknowle Green by improving the hoardings at the Stirling House site.




To support St Aiden's Church, Ernesettle with their Craft Club that combats isolation in the community and improves the mental wellbeing of those that wish to attend. This contribution will help with the crafting consumables, scalpels, cutting mats, rulers, seamstress scissors, glue and glue equipment.




Clean Our Patch will work with Shakespeare Primary School to enable the students to litter-pick. This funding will help support Clean Our Patch with the purchase of equipment for the school, in addition to providing a workshop session.


To support Ernesettle Community Forum Fund with a contribution towards their Up the Creek project which provides activities and events for the Ernesettle Community. This funding will help with printing services and toys for the children's Christmas party.


To support the local Honicknowle community and environment by installing signs politely asking users to take their rubbish home with them in West Park playing fields.




To support Plymouth Musical Activities Club (MAC) with a contribution towards their Christmas Carol Concert, Future Events and the Purchasing of Musical Instruments. This will benefit hundreds of children across Plymouth.


Grand Total