This Union Street Party was the biggest and best so far as thousands of local people filled the street!  

This year was extra special as we celebrated 100 years since Stonehouse joined with Devonport and Plymouth.

The Street Party was made possible thanks to our sponsors...Councillor Sue McDonald, Councillor Ian Tuffin, the Millfields Trust, Quick Store, Acacia Training, Plymouth Energy Community, the Lord High Admiral, Plymouth Community Homes, LTC, 51 Studio and Dom Moore.

Check out photos from this years party...
Pictures by Dom Moore
Portraits by FotoNow

This year had something for everyone...

Fabulous music and dance
Stonehouse Music School Community Choir, Plymouth Ukulele BandAmeera and her girls Belly Dancing, soul and funk band Cuckoo Collective, break dancing with the Street Factory, psychedelic reggae and dub band Dub ClassKitty and girls with Vegas style dance, Sam and girls with dance acrobatics, Daisy Higman, Hot Club of Stonehouse Gypsy swing band, River Church and Filipino Dancers

A celebration of local projects and organisations
Stonehouse Timebank, GladRags, Oasis CafeStonehouse Playspace Association, Plymouth Play Association, A Taskina, Little Patch of Ground, the 100 seeds project, local history with Plymouth Library Services, Youth Services, Plymotion, Plymouth Community Homes, KARST, Plymouth School of Creative Arts, Plymouth Energy CommunityGeorge House, the Sk8house Roller Girls, FotoNow, Illuminos, Acacia Training, Take A Part, Plymouth Pride, Friends of Ham Woods, and a sneaky peak at 100 lights parade and much much more.