Talking about Manx history

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A SERIES of free talks about the history of the Isle of Man are being held at the Promenade Church, in Douglas, throughout August.

Manx National Heritage has […]

Manx Cat Isle of Man Stamps – Tales of the Tailless

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The Isle of Man Post Office has recently issued a set of six stamps featuring artwork from a series of distinctive Manx cat postcards entitled ‘Tales […]

TT Race Course Map Cross Stitch Kit – Amazing Souvenir of the Isle of Man TT’s

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This very large and comprehensive cross Stitch Kit has got to be the ultimate TT souvenir from this year’s 2011 Isle of Man TT races.

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‘Motorcycle Racing and the Manx Line’ | Heritage Talk Isle of Man

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A Heritage talk on the 18th May 2011 by Peel Heritage Trust, 7:30 pm at the Centenary Centre, Peel Isle of Man.

‘Motorcycle Racing and the Manx […]

Horse centre of attention at church service

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A HORSE owned by an Island MLC was the centre of attention at Kirk Maughold’s Plough Sunday celebrations.

Local farmers mingled with the congregation at the event which marks the traditional start of the new farming year.

Magnum, a working Clydesdale gelding, is […]

The Old Manx Christmas

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IN the days of our grandmothers, Old Christmas Day, the fifth of January, was believed to be the true Christmas. On Black Thomas’s Eve, which was the first day of the Christmas holidays, the spinning wheels all had to […]