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The Wetherspoons pub on Southside Street has just asked council bosses for permission to put in the new gates, which would come with an illuminated 'halo' style sign above.

One of the earliest recorded mentions of the nearby Hoe area comes from Geoffrey of Monmouth, who wrote about Plymouth Hoe in 1136 when he told the story of the giant, Gogmagog.

The story of Gogmagog’s Leap told how Brutus, the great-grandson of the Trojan hero Aeneas, came to Albion with his followers and decided to settle.

He called the land ‘Britain’ which was meant to be a derivation of ‘Brutus’. Brutus drove out the giants who inhabited the land sending them into the mountains in the west.

One day, while holding a festival at the port where they first landed, Brutus and his men were attacked by a group of giants who they killed all except one who was called Gogmagog.

He was said to be 12 cubits high. A cubit would have been about one and a half feet, which would have made Gogmagog about 18ft tall.

It was said that Gogmagog could wield an uprooted oak tree as a weapon. Brutus kept Gogmagog alive so that he could wrestle with Corineus, the then Duke of Cornwall, who loved to wrestle with giants.



Read more: http://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/Gogmagog-legend-immortalised-outside-Plymouth-pub/story-25745519-detail/story.html#ixzz3MVscUDO3 
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