Plymouth's military history museum opens
A museum showcasing Plymouth's military history has officially opened.
The Devonport Field Gun Association's Museum, which is based at the city's Crownhill Fort, contains hundreds of artefacts dating from the Boer War to the present day.
Funding of £62,000 has come from Plymouth City Council, under the Armed Forces Covenant.
David Worrall from the museum said it was all about preserving history and heritage.
The museum used to be based at Devonport Dockyard, but a shortage of space led to it moving to the north of the city.
Crownhill Fort is owned and managed by The Landmark Trust and is deemed as the best preserved of Plymouth's Victorian Defences.