The Road to Mayflower

The Road to Mayflower

Friends of the Mayflower Forest

We’d like to say a huge thank you to our amazing supporters who have donated to our Mayflower Forest crowdfunding campaign – these businesses and individuals are helping us transform Marsh Mills roundabout into a green gateway for Plymouth and lasting legacy for years to come.

Thanks to:

- Achievement Training
- Acronyms Ltd
- Actuate Marketing
- A Home After Halls Ltd
- AJ Architects
- Alderman Tooling
- Al’s Catering Ltd
- Arcadis
- Ashfords
- Aussie Environmental
- Balfour Beatty
- BAM Construction LTD
- Bailey Partnership
- Bell Group
- Biovault Technical LTD
- Bishop Fleming
- Bottle Buddi
- Brady Construction Services
- BRL Architects
- Brothwell Irvine Ltd
- Brunel Recycling
- Bruton Knowles
- Cattewater Harbour Commissioners
- Charles Stanley Wealth Managers
- Citizens Advice Plymouth
- City College Plymouth
- Combat Cleaning
- Coop Plymouth Depot
- Core Blue
- Crovin LTD
- Cutec Ltd
- Devon and Plymouth Chamber of Commerce
- Drew & Co
- Eco Environmental
- Enable Law
- Engage Workplace
- EP Langage Ltd
- Evalesco Consulting
- Foot Anstey
- GA Solicitors
- Gilpin Demolition
- Goodmans Financial Planning
- Gordano Holdings LTD
- Gorrel Equipment Solutions
- Greenlight Safety Consultancy Ltd
- GroundFix LTD
- Guardian Industrial (UK) Ltd
- Hoare Lea
- Hulley & Kirkwood
- Ian Williams LTD
- Integral Building Services
- ITS (Plymouth)
- Jubb Consulting Engineers
- K9 Mobile Security
- Kier
- KMS Properties Plymouth LTD
- KTA Architects
- LHC Design
- Lignum Design
- LTC Group 87
- Made with Maturity LTD
- Marslands Accountants
- Mason Kings
- Mercury Construction
- Milestone
- Morgan Sindall
- Mount Batten Centre
- Nash and Co Solicitors
- Nordic Installation
- Obedair
- Ocean Artists Designers Makers Market
- ODILS Learning Foundation
- Ocean BMW Plymouth
- Paradigm Human Performance LTD
- Pavilion Construction LTD
- PB Media
- PCH – Plymouth Community Homes
- Penlee Garden Lawn Association
- PepPer
- Plessey Semiconductors LTD
- Plymouth College
- Plymouth City Bus
- Plymouth City Council
- Plymouth and Devon Construction Training Group
- Plymouth Science Park
- Plymouth Software
- Pollard
- QDataShred
- Ravenslade
- Redrok
- Robert P Barry Ltd
- Sigma Draughting
- Sherford Consortium
- Shield Media Services
- Sir Fix a Lock LTD
- Skills Group
- Skipton Building Society
- SMAS Worksafe Ltd
- Sphere Solutions
- SSG Training Group
- Sound Composites
- South West Women in Construction
- South Western Aid
- Start Point Finance
- STED Interiors LTD
- Stephenson Marine Engineering
- Stride Treglown
- Studio Vine
- Sunrise Windows
- Survey Dimensions Ltd
- Symonds Solicitors
- Tamar Telecommunications
- Tamar Towing & Caravans
- TClarke
- Team Smarta
- T.H March Insurance Brokers
- The Bell Group
- The Building Plymouth Devon and Cornwall Forum
- The Emerald Group
- The Focus Training Group
- The Una Group
- Thomas Westcott Chartered Accountants
- Totem Timber
- Trace Design Consultants LTD
- Vickery Holman
- Vizion Interiors
- Westcare Ltd
- Westcountry Group
- WBM Groundworks Ltd
- Whitehead Building Services Ltd
- Willmott Dixon
- Wolferstans Solicitors
- Working for Wildlife
- YGS Landscapes

Thanks to the following individuals for their support:

- Adam Short
- Adam Williams
- Alison Jane Rashleigh
- Andrew Stephenson
- Ashley Bell
- Ashleigh Jane Rashleigh
- Barry Wilson
- Caroline Johnson
- Char Smith
- Claire Ambrose
- Claire Smith
- Clare Baker
- Chris Penberthy
- Christopher R Hunt
- Collection at Plymouth Albion 7/9/19
- Daffne Zamudio
- David and Hazel Dobson
- David Gadd
- Diane O’Leary
- Edward Coley
- Eloise Ellis
- Emma Hewitt
- Gail Gotham-Dunn
- Hannah Howarth
- Harrison Abbott
- Hugh Duncan
- Ian Sanders
- Jane Akerman
- Jean Ward
- Jonathan Haigh
- John Norrish
- John Leslie Rashleigh
- John, Lorraine, Evie and Esme
- Judith Harwood
- Julie Reay
- Jullie Stevens
- K Pearce and J Edwards
- Kieran Brown
- Krystyna Hewitt – Residents of Skylark Rise, Woolwell
- Krystyna Hewitt – Aqua Girls at Nuffield Plymouth
- Lee Crocker
- Lee Richards
- Lindsay Alison Hale Ward
- Lisa Brammer
- Lisa Hayes
- Lisa Skinner
- Louise Walsh
- Mark Cheetham
- Mark Plant
- Matthew Parkes
- Melanie Birwe
- Mummy’s Group
- Nick Winter
- Oliver Del Mar
- Olivia Paterson
- Penelope Daly
- Penlee Gardens Lawn Association
- Penny Hele
- Peter E.Childs
- Phil Heffernan
- Rebecca Leach-Barry
- Rehen Symonds
- Richard Smith
- Samantha Dawkins
- Sarah Miller
- Shannon Chambers
- Sophie Miles
- Stan10
- Stanley, Katie, Libby and Eliza –Eco Warriors
- Steve Whiteway
- Sune
- Suzanne Burman
- Timothy John Morris
- Ulrike Richards
- Vanessa Wiercioch
- William Kelley

We’d also like to say a massive thank you to all of our anonymous donors who contributed to the Mayflower Forest.

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Get Involved

Interested in getting involved with our The Road to Mayflower project? There are several ways you can help:

Other ways to get involved:

- Commit CSR time to help us shape and deliver projects
- Sponsorship of specific projects
- Donation of materials
- Support our school and community engagement activities
- Promote our project and help to make connections with networks / organisations who can help us
- Highlight funding opportunities

Sponsorship opportunities

- R2M Gold Sponsor – £10k
- R2M Silver Sponsor – £5k
- R2M Bronze Sponsor – £2k
- R2M Friend – Investing in a specific project for £100 – £500
- R2M Donor – Gifting time, materials and/or equipment

Want to find out more? Contact Emma Hewitt on 01752 308751 / 07825 263742 or emailing Emma Hewitt

Follow us on social media – Twitter and Facebook #roadtomayflower #mayflowerforest

Please download our Sponsorship and Commercial Opportunties brochure to find out more on how you get involved.

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Road to Mayflower Team

Led in partnership by Building Plymouth, The Road to Mayflower team is made up of several leading professionals from the following organisations:

- Hoare Lea
- Illuminate
- Stride Treglown
- Womble Bond Dickinson
- YGS Landscapes

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Road to Mayflower - Projects

Building The Mayflower Forest

As the flagship of the Road to Mayflower project, we’re delivering a new landscape design to revitalise Marsh Mills as a green gateway that transforms the visitors’ arrival experience as well as delivering significant environmental benefits.

Over 1000 silver birch trees have been planted to form the Forest and an artistic dry riverbed has been created using local stone, as a reference to the American landscape that the Pilgrims discovered. The Native Americans used birch trees to make their canoes and shelters and the tree is indigenous to both the UK and North America.

Projects for Road to Mayflower

Illuminating the Plymouth Slope

The iconic Ski Slope was illuminated for the first time at our The Road to Mayflower launch event. Consequently, we are planning to illuminate the ski slope for key commemorative periods throughout 2019 and 2020.

Art Panels

Embankment Road will be bursting into colour with the installation of a series of vibrant art panels. We aim to connect the road to the city’s rich heritage by engaging with the young people of Plymouth to create stunning art, which will provide a warm welcome to visitors. We’d like to thank GWR and Network Rail for their support of the Embankment Road panels.

Bridge Art

The flowers decorating Gdynia Bridge are well-known throughout the city but have faded over the years. The Road to Mayflower team is looking at the refurbishment of Gdynia Bridge and refreshing the flowers. As Plymouth is twinned with Gdynia in Poland, it’s a great way to celebrate the two communities living together in the city and the team has been working with the local Saturday Polish School to help with the transformation.

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The Road to Mayflower

2020 marks the 400th anniversary of the sailing of the Mayflower from Plymouth UK to Plymouth, Massachusetts.

How the construction industry is going to mark Mayflower 400

To commemorate, Plymouth’s construction industry, working through the Building Plymouth partnership, has officially launched their ‘Adopt a Street’ project – The Road to Mayflower.

Download our Sponsorship and Commercial Opportunities brochure to find out more on how you can get involved.

Road to Mayflower – the project

The hard-working volunteers of the Road to Mayflower project are transforming the appearance of Embankment Road focusing on arrival and departure at Marsh Mills Roundabout, including Gdynia Way and through to Cattedown Roundabout. In addition, we hope to encourage the local community to use the new and improved user-friendly space more.

With some great plans in place, we hope that this will help to positively impact on people’s perception of our city, leave a lasting legacy, inject civic pride amongst our residents and young people, and enhance the image of construction.