Month: February 2018

Species that you might be surprised to find on the Isle of Man

The Isle of Man has a rich abundance of wildlife, and as the Island’s only ‘all animal’ rescue centre the ManxSPCA deals with some unusual species that have gone native, including peafowl and wallabies. Both of these species were introduced

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Welsh Group ALAW to Make Their Manx Debut at the Centenary Centre

Welsh folk super group ALAW (melody in the Welsh language) will shortly be making their debut concert on the Isle of Man at the Centenary Centre in Peel next month. This inspiring trio, which draws particularly on their Celtic heritage,

Snowdrop Walk in Dalby Raises Funds for Charity

   Despite plummeting temperatures, a good number of people braved the elements to visit Dalby House to see a wonderful display of snowdrops, which bloomed in abundance along the driveway and at the rear of the house, where they were

Manannan’s Choice of the Year Awarded to Phil Kelly

This year’s Reih Bleeaney Vanannan (Manannan’s Choice of the Year) has been awarded by Culture Vannin to local man Phil Kelly, recognising almost fifty years of work in teaching, promoting, publishing and developing online resources for the Manx language by

Eminent Feminist Dr Pankhurst Encourages Islanders to Pull Together in Memory of Manx Pioneer

Continuing an historical, family legacy can be viewed by those lingering around the outside of the circle as labouring, challenging, or even unnecessary, but Dr Helen Pankhurst carries her public mantle with a quiet, but dignified determination. Female emancipation can

Manx Family Links Emmeline Pankhurst to the Isle of Man

With the commemoration of women in Britain securing the vote dominating news coverage today, it’s also an opportunity to explore the lives of the women who fought for democracy, but a Manx link with the powerful Emmeline Pankhurst may hold

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