There is plenty to see and do whilst spending time in Plymouth, Britain’s Ocean City. You could take a trip down the cobbled lanes of the Barbican, walk the waterfront passed Smeatons Tower, or get active on a walking heritage trail. And, when it’s time to relax, you can enjoy a tipple or two at the oldest working gin distillery in England.
Situated on the South coast of Devon, Plymouth’s enviable location makes this city the perfect place to soak up the surrounding sights as well as visit the beautiful beaches and idyllic coastal resorts of Cornwall.
Whether you are a local, grockle or emmet (the jovial terms of endearment for the visitors and holidaymakers that flock here), you’ll receive a warm welcome and experience a lovely laid-back way of life.
Which is exactly why Lee Harvey Computing bases his business in and around the Plymouth area. Working with both PC and laptops, he can build, install, and maintain computer systems on your behalf.
Things to see and do in Plymouth
Plymouth attracts many visitors due to its eclectic range of events. From live gigs up on the Hoe, to food festivals and firework displays around the waterfront, no matter what time of year it may be, there is sure to be something to entertain.
Packed full of history and culture this is a city that celebrates its past to inspire the future. From Mayflower Steps, believed to be the place where the Pilgrims left England to cross the Atlantic in 1620, to Tinside Lido, a stunning saltwater swimming pool, built in the art-deco era.
For families looking for some animal entertainment, look no further that the National Marine Aquarium, home to more than 4,000 sea creatures all bobbing around in the deep-water tanks.
Further afield you can hike over the many tors of Dartmoor; one of the finest and largest national parks in Britain; stroll around the many stately homes and gardens and even get up close to some big cats at Dartmoor Zoological Park.
Business is booming in Plymouth
Plymouth’s economy is as diverse as it is prosperous, with manufacturers, retailers, building firms and car dealerships all setting up business here, bringing with them a plethora of jobs and opportunities.
The city is exceeding in the digital, scientific research and health sector, and benefits from a thriving tourism industry. It’s unique location and low commercial rental costs have allowed many entrepreneurs to flourish here, making Plymouth a commercial destination in its own right.
And with businesses in Plymouth booming, there is a heavy reliance on computer technology. So, when things go wrong, they can have a detrimental and costly impact. If you are an individual, sole trader or small business and don’t have time to hang around waiting for your computer to be repaired, then Lee Harvey Computing can help.
Situated just a short commute away in the beautiful Cornish town of St Austell, he offers a mobile computing engineer service so can fix the problem on site. Fully qualified and Microsoft certified he has 20 years of computing knowledge and can repair, service and replace your PC and laptop and have it back up and running in no time at all.
How Lee Harvey Computing can assist
Whether you need help carrying out complex computer jobs such as component replacements and data recovery or need us to perform standard services such as screen replacements, virus removals and cloud migrations, why not give us a call on 07884 412739 or email firstname.lastname@example.org today.
Based in Cornwall, Lee Harvey Computing offer his wide range of services to private customers and businesses in Plymouth and the surrounding areas. Learn more about Lee Harvey Computer Repairs in Plymouth.