IN the eyes of the Green Army, Home Park will always be as pretty as a picture.
We all have our places where we sit; maybe we have sat their for decades, maybe it is a new spot. Perhaps generations of your family have cheered on the Pilgrims from that position - and will continue to do so.
A new book - entitled 'Home Park, Plymouth - A Pictorial History' - tells the story and illustrates the evolution of Home Park from its original construction in 1892 to the present day in 300 pages, including over 600 images.
Author Russell Moore has teamed up with the club to enable £1 from every book sold to be donated to the Argyle Academy. The book is available in the Argyle shop or online at www.imaginedirect.co.uk and costs £25.