IN 1993 I became involved with a campaign to restore the bells of St German’s Cathedral, which had not been rung full-circle for perhaps 80 years. As we worked to raise funds, I ..
The following stories have been written and entered into the annual story competition by residents of Glenside over a period of nearly twenty years. I have had the privilege of org..
A selected collection of recipes and illustrations reflecting traditional Isle of Man produce and local heritage...
With the exception of thirteen tunes very imperfectly written down and arranged - published in 1820 under the title of 'The Mona Melodies,' and of two or three others which exist i..
Manx folk are warm-hearted and generous and like nothing better than a good piece of gossip. The western area of the Isle of Man, along with its inhabitants, is generally recognise..
From Chicago to Cape Town, Wisconsin to Western Australia, the last 200 years have seen Manx pioneers leave their homeland to start new lives around the globe. For a small island, ..
SMUGGLERS URCHINS is a tale of hardship, suffering, courage and, most of all, love! It is the story of two young children, born into the poverty stricken years of the Isle of Man, ..
The next time you are out for a drive in the car, keep a lookout for milestones. No, not the big, bold white metal ones that adorn the bus routes - although they are over one hundr..
'Margaid of Baldhoon' is Jennifer Kewley's first novel to be published in the Isle of Man. It is a dramatic, sometimes shocking, tale of battle, murder and sudden death, but it is ..
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