Month: March 2014

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NAMA 2014 Convention (some details may change but it's close!)

Thursday 3rd July 2014:    Official start of NAMA Convention Sefton Cowell Room: Open for Registration from 9.00am  1.00pm:      Tynwald Chambers tour for all NAMA members.   2pm-5pm:   NAMA Board Meeting in Legislative Council Room      6.30pm-7.30pm:  
Welcome Reception by Manx National Heritage at

Walking Amongst the Snowdrops in Dalby for Local Fundraising Event

With severe winter storms dominating the Island’s weather system during the past few months, it was fortunate that the day selected for the Snowdrop Walk at Dalby dawned bright and sunny. Set on the remote west coast, the rugged coastline

Chronicles – Prologue (Limited Edition EP)

The debut CD of Manx duo Chronicles, aptly titled Prologue, is a musical preview of their forthcoming album, featuring new compositions inspired by the thirteenth century manuscript The Chronicles of the Kings of Mann and the Isles; pushing the boundaries

Well Done, Beach Buddies! Thank you!

Beach cleaning on the Isle of Man coastline over the weekend resulted in a record amount of rubbish being collected, organisers have said. BBC The local volunteer group Beach Buddies said more than 70 island residents picked up  a total of

Whisk Out Those Baking Bowls and Support the Annual World Bonnag Championships at Dalby

Bonnag is synonymous with the Isle of Man and perhaps even more so with St James Church in the village of Dalby, where the Annual World Bonnag Championships have been held for more years than the organisers care to remember!

The island knows we're coming!

The island knows we’re coming!

The Manx government: Delegation to China helped strengthen relations

Chief Minister Allan Bell MHK described the intensive programme of political and business meetings, receptions and media briefings as ‘positive and productive’. The visit concludes in Shanghai today (Friday) and Mr Bell said efforts would now focus on converting the high

Winter Photography Session Brings the Isle of Man Steam Railway into Focus

The Isle of Man Steam Railway, which runs between Douglas and Port Erin, is always a popular mode of transport for visitors and local alike who have the time to fit in with its leisurely pace, but during this weekend