Thank you to all the teams across Government who kept the island running during the very difficult conditions over the last few days.
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The monthly surgery with Commissioners will take place this Saturday, 9th December at the Peel Town Hall from 11am to 12pm.
The Department of Health of Social Care are running two workshops to work collaboratively to identify what is required to deliver integrated care for Peel and the surrounding communities and to identify what resources are already in place and whether gaps exist.
Two workshops will take place at the Philip Christian Centre, Peel on Tuesday 5 December – an afternoon session at 2.30pm and another in the evening starting at 6.30pm.
Anyone wishing to attend is asked to register an interest and book a place. This can be done either online at http://bit.ly/2AfxIMq or by calling Georgia Dobbins on 642623.
The monthly surgery with Commissioners will take place next Saturday, 11th November at the Peel Town Hall from 11.30am to 12.30pm. The change in time is so that it follows the Remembrance service on Peel Hill at 11am.
The site for Peel Sewage Plant has been identified as Glenfaba House, Glenfaba Road, Raggatt. This is an excellent step towards resolving the pumping of raw sewage into Peel Bay.
The location means there will be no need for operational traffic to drive through Peel and it will have minimal visual impact.
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Today marked the first reading of Credit Unions Amendment Bill. This is an important step. Thank you to everyone who made this happen including the Manx Credit Union, FSA and Treasury.
Today marked the opening of the Quiet Room at Ronaldsway, which will give patients respite during what is a very difficult time for them. This now means we have a Quiet Room for all patients, at both ends of the air route which is an excellent achievement.
It was wonderful to see Government and charities working together. Particular mention to Julie Stokes and everyone at Manx Breast Cancer Support for driving this forward as well as Ann Reynolds, the staff and the charities and businesses that have supported and helped to make this happen.
Thank you to all the teams across Government who are out tonight in the storms working in very difficult conditions. Over 80 trees have come down tonight and blocked a number of roads.
The monthly surgery with Commissioners will take place this Saturday, 14th October at the Peel Town Hall from 11am to 12pm.
There is still time to take part in the active travel consultation which ends on 25th September. The link for more information can be found below: