Why I'm backing Plymouth's City of Culture bid: Ash Mashhadi
PLYMOUTH has some incredible resources, but which is the greatest? Is it the unique waterfront that has been praised by seafarers and visitors for centuries?
Or is it the vast green spaces of Dartmoor that embrace the city? Or the towns, villages and sites that are close by, full of history, heritage and stories.
In my opinion, Plymouth's finest resource is none of these things.
What sets us apart, and has always done so is the people that live here.
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Plymouth is home to a unique type of person. Resilient as the granite that our homes are built of and warm as the waters in Plymouth Sound. We have survived civil war, bombing and economic hardship.
We are talented, resourceful and ready to take on a challenge that others may consider daunting.
We explored the world and brought much of it back with us. I'm not just talking about Janners here. Plymouth continues to attract people from all over the world to adopt the city as home, and contribute to our community and economy, people who are every bit as committed to our city's future as those born here. Practically every week I meet another new business starting up here.
We need to be proud of our greatest asset: the people that live here.