Month: May 2014

Kentraugh Mill Opens Its Doors During National Mills Weekend

Entrance to Kentraugh Mill The National Mills Weekend, organised by the Mills Section of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings, is a popular annual festival celebrating the milling heritage of the British Isles, providing a unique opportunity to

Manx Rescuers Remembered at Lusitania Memorial Service

The sinking of the luxurious liner Lusitania just off the Old Head of Kinsale in Ireland in 1915 by a German submarine resulted in the loss of 1,201 lives. A significant turning point during World War I, the doomed vessel

Happy Birthday T.E. Brown

Want to know more about the Manx National Poet? Happy Birthday.

Look at this!!!

Remember I mentioned in the NAMA Bulletin that you should send money for raffle tickets with your friends who are coming to the Convention? Well, this magnificent quilt is what it’s all about.  Gorgeous. Make sure you send lots of

Resurgence of Interest in Manx Poet T. E. Brown

Manx born poet Thomas Edward Brown (colloquially known as T. E. Brown), will be remembered by members of the World Manx Association as they gather in Glen Falcon Gardens, off Broadway in Douglas, for an annual garlanding ceremony on his

Registration Day has come and gone!

If you missed the Registration deadline, in the spirit of traa dy liooar  I will extent it until the 10th of May. Remember, if you are not registered for the convention or the events you wish to attend, you will