One ship that links four nations, spans 400 years of history and connects millions of people.
From November 2019, an ambitious year-long commemoration will mark the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower’s pioneering voyage.
It’s the world’s biggest family reunion – and you’re invited.
An official Town Crier for Plymouth’s Mayflower commemorations will be picked in just two weeks!
Join us at the Guildhall for a fun night kicking off with Morris Dancing at 6pm on July 25th
Come and join us for a fun, free event. Who will have the loudest, proudest cry?
The evening kicks off with Morris Dancing at 6pm.
The competition itself starts at 7pm. Each entrant will perform 3 elements and a panel of judges, plus the public themselves, will choose the winners
Additional entertainment and licensed bar.
In the second episode of the Mayflower 400 Speaker event, in partnership with Womble Bond Dickinson, commemorating 400 years since the life-changing journey on the Mayflower, we talk to Bronwen Maddox, the director of the Institute for Government, about the trade partnership between Britain and America and explore how that transatlantic relationship has shaped both countries through trade, business and economics.
Bronwen Maddox, previously Chief Foreign Commentator, Foreign Editor and US Editor of The Times, is uniquely positioned to give her take on the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower.