Alma bridge

New Alma Bridge nearing completion

Authored by News Desk

While the majority of work has already been completed, a number of finishing touches still need to be carried out. This includes the installation of handrail lighting, surfacing, and snagging work to the steel structure of the new bridge.

Devon County Council has confirmed that all work is expected to be completed in the coming weeks, and then the new 19-metre span bridge and viewing...

Structures moved into place ahead of bridge lift

Authored by Mary

Key structures for the new footbridge which is replacing Alma Bridge in Sidmouth have been lifted into place (Tuesday 23 June).

Ramps, columns and the east abutment parapets have been moved into position by a crane stationed on The Ham.

This is ahead of the main 19-metre span being hoisted in, which is expected to be installed tomorrow. The structure, weighing in at over 10...

Spring opening still expected for new footbridge

Authored by Mary

Devon County Council says it’s still expecting the construction of a new footbridge in Sidmouth to be completed in the Spring, despite recent storms.

Work is progressing well on the scheme to develop the structure to replace Alma Bridge, with the cliff re-profiling and stabilisation work having been completed. The piled foundations for the bridge abutment, columns and river training...

Argyle go bottom again after defeat to league leaders

Authored by Matthew Vizard

Gillingham 2 Plymouth Argyle 1

League Two, Saturday 9th March 2013

Plymouth Argyle returned to the foot of League Two after defeat on Saturday to top of the table Gllingham.

A record crowd for the Gills watched on as they scored in either half and kept Argyle to a single consolation goal to ensure the Pilgrims were not able to pull off a surprise result.


Determined Argyle take 3 points to move off bottom spot

Authored by Matthew Vizard

A goal either side of half time clinched 3 crucial points for embattled Plymouth Argyle against a Barnet side who, despite being fellow relegation candidates, arrived at Home Park on the back of some excellent recent form.

A strong, determined performance from the Pilgrims with a changed 4-3-3 formation formed the basis for a victory that takes them off the bottom of League 2 on goal...

Argyle battle hard to earn vital away point against rivals

Authored by Matthew Vizard

AFC Wimbledon 1 Plymouth Argyle 1

Tuesday 26th February, 7.45pm

Plymouth Argyle were in need of something from their away fixture at AFC Wimbledon, a team just 3 points ahead of them in the League 2 relegation zone. A battling performance provided a well-deserved 1-1 draw on Tuesday night. The Pilgrims briefly led through a 26 minute goal from midfielder Jason Banton but a...

Spirited Argyle hold on to seal key victory

Authored by Matthew Vizard

Plymouth Argyle 2 Fleetwood Town 1

League Two, Saturday 16th March

The hearts and spirits of the loyal Pilgrims' fans were lifted with a hard fought victory against Fleetwood Town.

Plymouth Argyle's latest home game was a must-win given their precarious position in the League Two relegation zone and they delivered with first half goals from Paul Wotton and Jason...

Argyle secure back-to-back victories at Southend

Authored by Matthew Vizard

Southend United 0 Plymouth Argyle 2

League Two, Tuesday 19th March

Plymouth Argyle continued to show form and a readiness for the relegation battle with an away victory at Southend last night.

Two second half goals - a second penalty in as many games from Paul Wotton and Reuben Reid's first ever goal for the Pilgrims - secured three points.


Match day - Argyle welcome in-form Bees to Home Park

Authored by Matthew Vizard

Plymouth Argyle manager John Sheridan is looking for a more positive performance as Barnet are welcomed to Home Park for this afternoon's crucial League 2 fixture.

Barnet may only sit 3 places above the bottom of the table Pilgrims but the Bees have struck a relatively rich vein of form after a poor start to the season, collecting 4 wins and 2 draws in their last 8 games.


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