Unfortunately there is no MHK surgery this month, but the commissioners will still hold one this Saturday 8 September at 11am.
I will be on annual leave from 8th to 22nd September. I’m cycling from Lands End to John O’Groats for 3 wonderful causes.
The aim is to raise money for a new Men in Sheds in Peel, for the Scouts hut in Peel and for Cancer Research.
Men in Sheds provides retired men with a regular opportunity to meet and and join with others in a workshop setting, for metalwork, woodwork and more. A social hub, Men In Sheds has been successfully set-up in Port Erin & Ramsey. More can be found at:
There is a chance to shape the future of Integrated Health & Social Care in the West. The drop in will be at the Peel Centenary Centre 4pm to 8pm on Wednesday 19th September. Please see more below.
The monthly surgery with Commissioners and Geoffrey Boot MHK will take place this Saturday, 11th August at the Peel Town Hall from 11am to midday.
The monthly surgery with Commissioners and Geoffrey Boot MHK will take place this Saturday, 14th July at the Peel Town Hall from 11am to midday.
The monthly surgery with Commissioners and Geoffrey Boot MHK will take place this Saturday, 9th June at the Peel Town Hall from 11am to midday.
Plans for a regional sewage treatment plant for Peel have moved a significant step closer as Tynwald rejected the Environment & Infrastructure Policy & Review Committee’s recommendations for further reviews, which would have caused lengthy delays to the essential works.
There was support for treatment at the Raggart leachate within the proposed plant.
This is great news and means that the plans for Glenfaba House can proceed.
There is a chance to see the plans for the essential bridge replacement on Peel Harbour tomorrow, 17th May, from 1pm until 4pm in Peel Town Hall.
While the new bridge is constructed, a temporary bridge will span the River Neb slightly downstream, with access gained through Peel marina boatyard. The single-lane carriageway will be under the operation of traffic lights for the duration of the scheme.
If planning is approved work will start in September.
Tynwald approves bid to buy the Steam Packet for £124.3 million as an arms length company. This is good news as it gives the Isle of Man strategic control and puts the company on a firm footing for the future.
Great news as the Credit Union Bill becomes law, with Royal Ascent granted yesterday.
Credit Unions help those in need to avoid payday loans and loan sharks.