Month: February 2016

Manx Performers Spring into Life at Welsh Festival

With the advent of spring and the ubiquitous golden daffodils to help shake off the winter gloom, the inter-Celtic festival of Wales, Cwlwm Celtaidd, will burst into life this month and will include musicians and dancers from the Isle of

New Governor for Isle of Man

The Isle of Man will have a new governor when Adam Wood’s five-year term ends in April. His successor will be Sir Richard Gozney (seen here), a retired diplomat.  His distinguished career included being Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Bermuda from 2007

Manx Band Mec Lir Relive Their Visit to the Celtic Colours Festival in Canada

Local trad band Mec Lir made history recently, when they became the first Manx group to represent the Isle of Man at what has become known as one of Canada’s premiere musical events. Musicians David Kilgallon, Tomas Callister, Adam Rhodes

Snowdrop Walk Attracts Afternoon Visitors to Dalby

In response to the relentless wind and rain of the past few months, supporters of St James Church, Dalby, came out in force to join the annual snowdrop walk, followed by afternoon tea. Meeting at Dalby House, by kind permission