Month: July 2016

Manx National Heritage receives First World War donation

Manx National Heritage Chairman Tony Pass and Curator of Social History Matthew Richardson were on hand at the Manx Museum today to receive a donation of a carved bone paper knife, made in Knockaloe Camp on the Island by a

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New developments at the Grove Museum in Ramsey

Manx National Heritage is now putting the finishing touches to some new developments at the Grove, the former family home of the Gibb sisters outside Ramsey. Two of the upstairs rooms have received a make-over, which has allowed Manx National

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Save the Dates! NAMA Convention 2018 and Board Meeting 2017

Our next Convention will be held June 22-24, 2018 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada at the Hotel Grand Pacific. For the interim Board meeting follow these details from Katy Prendergast. 

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Chris Killip – Isle of Man Revisited

Currently teaching at Harvard University, internationally famous photographer, Chris Killip, recently returned to the Isle of Man for the opening of a new exhibition of his work at the Manx Museum, and to present a sell out talk about his

Rushen Heritage Trust Summer Exhibition

 A recent exhibition organised by members of Rushen Heritage Trust, focusing on the hey-day of tourism in the south of the Island, attracted a large number of visitors to Port Erin; many of whom reminisced about those halcyon days. Situated

Strongest Ever Line-up for Island's Annual Celtic Festival!

With a strong focus on top quality Celtic music, Peel’s Centenary Centre will be the hub this July for the Island’s biggest Celtic festival Yn Chruinnaght (The Gathering); celebrating everything Celtic from music and dance to language and crafts. The

New website with easier-to-type address

NEW WEBSITE:  namanx.org No, you didn’t go to the wrong page – this is the North American Manx Association.  We recently changed to a new hosting provider and a new format that will let more people provide content.  It is based

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