Pi Society Plymouth
Welcome to Pi Society Plymouth
Sarah and Sally welcome you to our Plymouth branch
Sarah and Sally both live in Plymouth and have worked in marketing, events PR, recruitment, sales and fundraising – including launching the iconic Western Morning News building with a spectacular party!
They are both qualified personal coaches with experience in meeting people from all backgrounds – and finding out what they want from life and relationships.
They understand how your whole social life can change when you are single and sometimes it feels pretty daunting trying to build a new one, let alone meet a new partner!
They’re looking forward to welcoming you to the Pi Society and offering you a calendar of social events with a friendly, relaxed environment where you can connect with others on a personal level – whether that’s as friends, as part of a new social network or potential partners.
Plymouth is an amazing waterfront city with fantastic bars, restaurants and cultural events springing up all over the place, whilst the surrounding areas offer a beautiful natural landscape to enjoy and take part in lots of exciting activities.
Pi Society Plymouth looks forward to sharing this with you through supper nights, walks, wine-tasting, sporting activities and specialist evenings – come along and try them. And bring a friend along too!
You’re also welcome to come along and try our Exeter events. See all social events in the South West
There’s a full range of memberships available, starting at £20 a month. For those who want to take the next step , we also offer an individual matchmaking/dating service based on Pi’s successful personal approach which has already bought 42 couples together, aged from 33 – 72!
Please do contact us if you have any questions or queries and they would love to help you.
Sarah and Sally
Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or call us on 01752 547007
Events coming up in Plymouth
Proud to be supporting these two amazing local charities.
Devon MIND aims to work to help people build on their strengths, overcome obstacles, and become more in control of their lives. It supports the people of Devon to discover their own resources to ‘recover’ from periods of poor mental health, and to live life independently with their mental health condition. 1 in 4 people experience mental health difficulties at some point in their lives, whether that be depression, anxiety, stress, self-harm, personality disorder, bereavement or any other negative mental health experience. Plymouth Pi Society will be supporting Devon MIND as one of its chosen charities.
South West Coast Path Association
Research has shown that being out and about in nature is a fantastic way to improve physical and mental health and can help combat isolation and depression. Plymouth Pi Society is supporting the South West Coast Path Association charity, which keeps the Path in great shape for everyone to enjoy and share, including its CAN (Connecting Actively with Nature) projects.