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  • Manx Produce Deliveries

    January 7th, 2021
    by Stan Pilling
    in General News

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    Information for Local deliveries

    During this present situation please click on the link below for information

    https://www.iomfoodanddrink.com/deliveries

    We hope that this may be of use to you, if you should you have information or help that you wish to pass on please contact the clerk.

  • New Circuit Breaker Lockdown

    January 6th, 2021
    by Stan Pilling
    in General News

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              Arbory & Rushen Connect

    Community Support across the parishes

    In light of the Isle of Government’s announcement of a 21 day “circuit breaker lockdown”, Arbory and Rushen Parish Commissioners will be reactivating “Arbory & Rushen Connect” – the support network for parishioners. Read the rest of this entry »

  • Southern Civic Amenity Site arrangements for the Festive period

    December 20th, 2020
    by Stan Pilling
    in General News

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    The site will close at 1 pm on Thursday 24 December and reopen at 10am Tuesday 29 December.

    Further the site will close at 1pm on Thursday 31 December and reopen at 10am on Saturday 2 January 2021.

  • Minutes of the November meeting

    December 20th, 2020
    by Stan Pilling
    in General News ·Meeting Minutes

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    Minutes of Monthly Board Meeting

    Held at the Halley MacLaig, Ballabeg. 7.15pm Wednesday 18th November 2020

    Ladies from Ballabeg WI attended at the start of the meeting to discuss this year’s Christmas event.

    It was agreed that Father Christmas would arrive at 6pm this year and that if the weather is inclement he will be housed in the Parish Hall. It was agreed that the Commissioners will provide an MC for the early part of the evening, welcoming everyone to the concert which will start at 7pm and announcing the various acts. The President of the WI Mrs Cottier will do a vote of thanks at the end. It was agreed that the Commissioners will ask if David Williams PC, the community policeman who lives in Ballabeg could attend at 6pm with a colleague to help control crowds and traffic. It was agreed that the Commissioners will cover the cost of refreshments and make donations to the various performers who attend in conjunction with the WI. The concert will start at 7pm with Arbory School choir then at 7.30 the Whiteboys will perform followed by the Rushen Silver Band at 8pm.

     

    Mr Rispin from HSBC attended at the start of the meeting to record proof of identity and address as part of the bank’s requirements

     

    Present: Mrs Glover (Chair), Mr Pilling, Mr Clucas, Mr Gunn, Mr Cowin, Mr Gawne and Mr Radcliffe.

    Apologies: Mr Cringle and Mr Vernon.

    In Attendance: The Clerk. Read the rest of this entry »

  • Minutes of the 21 October meeting

    December 20th, 2020
    by Stan Pilling
    in General News ·Meeting Minutes

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    Minutes – Monthly Board Meeting

    At the Methodist Hall, Ballafesson. 7.15pm Wednesday 21st October 2020

    Present: Mrs Glover (Chair), Mr Pilling, Mr Gunn, Mr Cringle, Mr Gawne and Mr Radcliffe.

    Apologies: Mr Clucas, Mr Cowin and Mr Vernon

    In Attendance: The Clerk Read the rest of this entry »

  • Minutes of the 15 July 2020 meeting

    December 20th, 2020
    by Stan Pilling
    in Meeting Minutes

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    Minutes of Monthly Board Meeting

    To be held at Ballafesson Methodist Hall at 7pm Wednesday 15th July 2020

     

    A well attended public drop in session was held at 6pm to discuss the plans for Ballakilley.

     

    Present: Mr D Radcliffe (Vice-Chair), Mr S Gawne, Mr M Cringle, Mr S Pilling, Mr A Cowin and Mr P Gunn.

    Apologies: Mrs J Glover (Chair Arbory), Mr P Vernon and Mr G Clucas.

    In attendance: The Clerk Read the rest of this entry »