POSTED 12 minutes ago by LC
Blythe Financial is happy to welcome Tamzyn Lane to our team as an administrator and believe her industry knowledge and past experience will benefit our clients and our business. Tamzyn will be responsible for looking after some of the Company’s existing clients.Tamzyn said “I am very excited to be offered a position with Blythe Financial. This is ...
POSTED 18 minutes ago by LC
It may be the half-term holidays, but there is plenty going on at the Family Library.Wednesday sees Jumping Super Heroes from 10.30am to midday (£2) and Chinese New Year Animation from 1.30pm to 3pm (free).There’s more Chinese New Year craft on Thursday afternoon, from 1.30pm to 4pm. This session is free.Friday sees another Super Hero Craft session...
We find out how local businesses are coming together to raise much needed funds for Manx Cancer Help on the Isle of Man
POSTED 58 minutes ago
SureStrike Thursday Doubles LeagueThe last week of the current league was a great night – Gutter Gang (Father and Son team of Dave and Adam Roberts) secured their place at the top with Pin Thrashers (Grandad and Grandson team of Terry Simpson and Sam Rodick) getting a great second. Joint third was Wobbly Pins (Husband and Wife team, Gordon and Margaret Ireton) and Aches and Pains (Barrie Nelson & Knut Lassen).The Individual highs for the men were dominated by Gavin Laslett – he had High Game Scratch 254, High Game Handicap 277, High Series Scratch 694, High Series Handicap 742 and overall Highest Average Game of 183. The ladies highs also had a clear front runner, Margaret Ireton who bagged the High Game Scratch 198, High Game Handicap ...
POSTED about 1 hour ago
Dozens of Ballakermeen sixth form students have recently graduated from a demanding 12 week programme that will see them visiting the elderly throughout the community. Assistant Head Teacher, Mark Redmayne said, ‘We are extremely proud of our students who have chosen to give up their time to go out into the community and spend time sitting and chatting with the older generation. Many older people find themselves alone at home for a variety of reasons and it makes such a difference to receive regular visits from one of the Live at Home Scheme Volunteers – it’s simply a lifeline for many people. Our students have worked very hard for several weeks and now they can’t wait to just get out there. Well done to them all!’There are 78 Live at Home ...
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