Image: Vice-Admiral Sir William Leveson-Gowe, being sworn in as the new Governor of the Isle of Man at Castle Rushen Courthouse on 2nd October 1937.

Manx National Heritage, the charity responsible for the care and promotion of the Isle of Man’s natural and cultural heritage, is pleased to provide an update on work to refurbish Castle Rushen Courtroom.  Works were initially delayed by the Covid …

IMPROVED FACILITIES FOR CASTLE RUSHEN COURTROOM Read more »

Manx National Heritage, the charity responsible for the care and promotion of Isle of Man’s natural and cultural heritage announces the launch of a new database and website, https://isleofmanher.im/. The new website provides access all in one place for the …

THE ISLE OF MAN’S FIRST MAJOR HISTORIC ENVIRONMENT RESOURCE GOES ONLINE Read more »

A rare and historically significant piece of Charles Rennie Mackintosh designed furniture, made at Knockaloe Internment Camp on the Isle of Man, has been sold at auction for almost £0.25million. The piece was sold by Lyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh on …

Knockaloe Internment Camp Cabinet designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh sells at auction for almost £0.25million Read more »