Hog Roast Plymouth
Rule Britannia, Britannia rules the waves! Maybe not now, but British history has depended on its fine naval abilities throughout history. This has probably been aided by our island’s geography and network of ports. None of the ports in the United Kingdom have been more influential than the city of Plymouth on the south coast of Devon.
Plymouth’s role in the UK’s maritime history is well documented, indeed Plymouth is home to HMNB Devonport, the largest operational naval base in western Europe. Plymouth is also a big city, being home to around a quarter of a million people.
With all this history and its status as one of Europe’s key naval bases, you can imagine that life in Plymouth is pretty busy, but what is it that keeps the people of Plymouth going. Is naval Plymouth also Hog roast Plymouth?
Hog roast Plymouth has a nice ring to it. In fact, with a little imagination, you can picture the scene in Plymouth all those years ago when tall ships travelling to faraway places would have graced the seas and huge wooden barrels would have been rolling around the port from ship to ship. It was, no doubt, hard work on the ships and in the port and, in those days, a hog roast would have been something of a rare treat.