The protest against the terrible decision to close the Peel Branch of the Isle of Man bank is this Saturday at 10:30 outside the branch.
A protest is being planned for Saturday morning 19 September in response to the Isle of Man Bank’s decision to close the Peel Branch. Let us know if you would like to be involved.
More details to follow.
The monthly surgery with Geoffrey Boot MHK and Commissioners will take place this Saturday, 12th September at the Peel Town Hall from 11am to midday.
Manx Utilities have announced that they will be laying a new water main and sewers on East Quay, Peel commencing 7 September into the New Year.
This is much welcome news as it both provides the necessary infrastructure for the sewage system as well as being the preliminary stage in the reconstruction of badly failing East Quay. The budget for East Quay reconstruction was approved in this year’s budget and includes the highway and footpaths. In addition, flood protection work is also planned for East Quay.
Whilst the work is undertaken to upgrade the infrastructure, the route will be closed to through-traffic although each end of the 60m working area will be accessible.
This working area will move south along the Quay as work progresses. There will be space at each end for cars and vans to turn and it will be possible for pedestrians to walk through the work area. The quayside will be accessible for marine operations.
A public consultation on the draft Climate Change Bill is now open on the Consultation Hub:
The consultation will close on Tuesday 1 September.
There is also a drop-in session in the West at
Peel Centenary Centre: 12-7pm on Wednesday 19th August
Exciting Plans to extend the improvements to the Heritage Trail from St Johns to Kirk Michael on display
Plans to improve the Heritage Trail from St Johns to Kirk Michael will be presented at Michael School tonight on Wednesday 12 August at 7.30pm
The monthly surgery with Commissioners will take place this Saturday, 8th August at the Peel Town Hall from 11am to midday.
This week has seen the final phase of reopening following the relaxation of social distancing rules.
The state of emergency will end this week after the transitional regulations have been debated in what is hopefully the last emergency Tynwald on Friday.
With the presence of Covid-19 still growing across the world, there may be a need to re-introduce some measures if the virus returns on island. These are detailed in the following document stay-responsible which will be sent to all households.
A huge thank you to everyone, together we have made this possible.