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The second Manx Folk Awards took place in Douglas Youth Arts Centre in Kensington Road last week. More than 400 primary and secondary children took part in 47 classes incorporating Manx music, dance, poetry and song. New this year was a category for the viola. Individuals and groups took part using the Fiddyl Vooar pack provided by the Manx Heritage Foundation.

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The winning children received vouchers for Manx National Heritage site shops.

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The awards have been jointly organised by the Department of Education and Children, the Manx Heritage Foundation and Manx National Heritage.

‘Many thanks also to the adjudicators who had the unenviable task of choosing the winners from such a high standard of competitors.’

Jo Callister, advisory teacher for the Manx Curriculum, said: ‘We would like to thank all the schools who took part in the competitions this week.

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Making his Mark in the central team Inspector Mark Britton has been appointed as the new leader of the Central Neighbourhood Policing Team which covers Douglas, Onchan and Braddan. Inspector Britton has taken up the role following on from Inspector Phil Shimmin.. Mr Britton said: ‘Douglas is the largest neighborhood policing team in the Isle of Man, and has of a diverse mix of retail, social and residential areas all policed from Lower Douglas police station, Willaston and Pulrose police offices.

‘Recently the policing of the area has adopted a community focused approach with the area working to the boundaries set up for Council wards: Victoria South, Victoria North, Derby, St George’s, Athol, Murrays, Hills Onchan (Village and Parsh) and North/South Braddan.’ He added: ‘I look forward to the policing challenges in partnership with the key partners in the community together with an already excellent team working with me. ‘Our focus in the next year will be on Keeping People Safe through engagement in the

community, working for the vulnerable and tackling anti-social behaviour. ‘I want to keep our crime levels low and I am proud to serve the people of the area in achieving this.’ Inspector Britton can be contacted on 631437; email: or you can follow him on Twitter via @InspMarkBritton

Three promotions at Equiom Equiom has announced the promotions of Daniel Cadamy, Caroline Ashley and Dan Bryans. Group managing director Sheila Dean said: ‘Equiom places great emphasis on supporting the skills and careers of each team member and through promotion we recognise the value and importance that we place on particular individuals.’ All three individuals are based in the international trust and corporate services provider’s headquarters in the Isle of Man and have taken on additional responsibilities to support the ongoing operations of the Equiom Group. Mr Cadamy is promoted to senior manager – finance, with responsibility for overseeing the Equiom Group’s financial affairs, including the production of financial data and management information. He has 13 years’ experience working within the finance industry, originally qualifying as a chartered accountant with PwC. Caroline Ashley is promoted to marketing manager with responsibility for planning and executing all aspects of Equiom’s promotional activities and overall marketing strategy. She has worked in the finance sector for over 20 years, with the last 15 years specifically in marketing roles. She joined Equiom in 2007 and achieved Chartered Marketer status in July 2012. Dan Bryans is promoted to manager – IT, with overall responsibility for Equiom’s systems infrastructure. Mr Bryans and his team also ensure the maximum uptime for all systems which support Equiom's business. He has more than 12 years’ experience within the IT arena working in a variety of Pictured, from left: Dan Bryans, Sheila Dean, Daniel Cadamy and industries prior to joining Caroline Ashley Equiom in 2008.

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Lofty ambitions could be undone by clerical error There has been much interest following last week’s launch of the No More Talking About Bendy Buses Party. In fact, a candidate in the forthcoming byelection in Douglas West has already inquired after the intentions of the NMTABB Party and whether we shall be fielding a candidate ourselves.

it was in the loft for years before we got the loft ladder installed, I wonder how the previous owner of that step ladder actually got down from the roof space. (A cursory check concluded they weren’t still there.)

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While looking for something else, I discovered my old exam certificates. These were from the last year of O-levels, those exams that were deemed outdated and unfair up until recently when the UK education secretary Michael Gove decided he wanted to resurrect them like a malevolent vampire ready to feast on new victims.

The truth is, we have yet to decide whether we should put forward a candidate in Douglas West. Part of the problem is that Douglas West includes a number of high profile bus routes, which could mean the main article of constitution would be difficult to abide by. Besides, there is an awful lot more organising to be done in my loft at the moment – running an election campaign would get in the way of that. Speaking of lofts, it’s amazing what you find when you go in them, aside from evidence to suggest that the intimidatingly large arachnids that occasionally appear down below are, in fact, just the babies of much larger beasts lurking above. (Confirmation of this comes from a news article about the shed skin of a Chilean Rose Tarantula in the boards of a house in Wales.) Aside from that, however, I’ve lived in this house for the best part of the decade and have just discovered that we have another step ladder. As

Fortunately someone broke out the garlic and the exam reform was deemed a step too far, But what now seems rather quaint is that my exam certificates were produced using a manual typewriter. Now that must have been a fun job for someone at the exam board. Considering there was a clerical error on my maths exam that was only corrected after a protest, it was a relief to see that liquid paper was not used on the certificate. It wouldn’t look good for an election candidate… Follow Paul on Twitter: @Norbertsdad

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Are you the next Samantha Barks or Davy Knowles? The Isle of Man’s track record of singing stars and musicians is a good one and you could set yourself up to follow in the footsteps of Sam and Davy by taking part in Search for a Star 2013. Based on the X Factor, the contest has a £2,000 prize fund. This year sees each of the judges allocated a group of contestants to mentor throughout the five-week competition.

Voting will be via audience participation; however, this year features a new twist with a wild card opportunity that could see any of the acts parachuted to the final, even if knocked out in round one. The organisers are looking for all types of artists. Solo singers, duets, bands and groups are urged to apply. The only condition being you must be over 18. Auditions will be held at The Crescent on Thursday, April 11, at 7pm. Contestants are urged to register their entry by collecting an entry form at The Crescent, or entering online at The five-week competition will run from April 18 to May 25. All funds raised from the competition will benefit Age Isle of Man.


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FOOTBALL Friday, 29th March 2.15pm kick off at the Bowl GH CORLETT WOODS CUP FINAL Ayre v Pulrose Saturday, 30th March 2.30 kick off Division Two Foxdale v Douglas & District Monday, 1st April 2.15pm kick off at the Bowl PADDY POWER FA CUP FINAL St George's v St Mary's Tuesday, 2nd April 6.15pm kick off JCK Ltd Division Two Foxdale v Pulrose Thursday, 4th April 6.15pm kick off Kirkby Estates Cowell Cup Group One Corinthians v Onchan Laxey v Peel Ramsey v Ayre Group One St George's v Braddan Union Mills v St Mary's Colby v Ronaldsway Douglas and District v RYCOB

RUGBY Saturday, 30th March Nomads XV v Wallasey

Pharmacy Rota Good Friday, 29th March Boots the Chemists, 14/22 Strand Street, Douglas 12 noon – 4.30pm Castle Pharmacy, 20 Malew Street, Castletown 12 noon – 1pm Cowley Pharmacy, 8-10 Atholl Place, Peel 12 noon – 1pm Lloyds Pharmacy, Shoprite, Bowring Road, Ramsey 10am – 2pm

Live Music Thursday, March 28th Ramsey Folk Club : Royal George Hotel, Ramsey - 8-11pm Singers and instrumentalists (of all genres and skill levels will be made most welcome). Brown Sugar: Jaks, Douglas Steve Parry & Guests: Creek Inn, Peel

Friday, March 29th AM Frequency: Jaks Pub, Douglas

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Weather RONALDSWAY (Correct as at 25/3/13) Wednesday, 27th March Light snow showers. High 3C, Low 2C. Thursday, 28th March Sunny intervals. High 6C, Low 3C. Friday, 29th March Light snow shower. High 6C, Low 3C. Saturday, 30th March Snow/sleet showers. High 6C, Low 4C. Sunday, 31st March Light rain/sleet. High 6C, Low 4C. Monday, 1st April Light rain/sleet. High 6C, Low 4C. Tuesday, 2nd April Patchy rain shower. High 7C, Low 5C.

Sunrise 5.55am, Sunset 6.40pm Friday, 29th March 12:16HT (9.7) 06:52LT (0.8) 19:15LT (0.7)


Sunrise 5.53am, Sunset 6.42pm


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Sunrise 6.43am, Sunset 7.48pm

Family Wednesday, March 27th Paddy Ashdown: Gaiety Theatre, Douglas - 7.30pm Spend an evening in the company of former Lib Dem leader Lord Paddy Ashdown the man they called the “action man” of British politics. This description wasn’t only a tribute to his physique and love of exercise but also to his early experience as a commando in the Marines.

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Sunrise 6.45am, Sunset 7.47pm

Singaround (singers and instrumentalists welcome): Manor Hotel, Willaston - 8pm One Woman, One Guitar, One Night: Tynwald Inn, St John’s

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Wednesday, 27th March 11:01HT (9.3) 23:21HT (9.4) 05:34LT (1.2) 18:03LT (0.9)

Sunrise 5.52am, Sunset 6.50pm

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Celebrate the Easter holidays with your friends at the Dragon’s Castle. Why not dress up in your favourite Easter costume for fun and games.

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Caution Runners: Creek Inn, Peel 3 Million: Jaks Pub, Douglas Little Miss Dynamite: The Sidings, Castletown Norsemen Motorcycle Club, Spring Thing 2: Highwayman, Peel

Dragon’s Castle Easter Party: Villa Marina Promenade Suite, Douglas - 3 to 5.30pm

Friday, 29th March 10k Road Race in Port Erin – 5.30pm start Saturday, 30th March Hill Race in Peel – 2.15pm start Sunday, 31st March Road Race on Douglas Promenade 4x5k per leg relay (men’s) 10.50am 5k Race (women) 10.15am


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Easter Sunday, 31st March Lloyds Pharmacy, Shoprite, Victoria Road, Douglas 10am – 2pm

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Good Friday, March 29th Journeys: An exhibition by the Creative Network (until 6th April): House of Mananan, Peel - 10am – 5pm A selection of contemporary work by artists belonging to the Creative Networ, a new artists’ cooperative formed in 2012. Isle of Trance with John O’Callaghan: Villa Marina, Douglas - 9pm John’s high energy trance mix coupled with a highly refined precision mixing style has seen him surge through the DJ ranks. FunTime Leisure at Tynwald Mills, St. Johns Bungee Trampolines next to the Neb Cafe, all day. Weather permitting.

Easter Saturday, March 30th MADF Easter Festival of Plays: Gaiety Theatre, Douglas - 7.30pm Moonlight & Magnolias. Seven full length plays in seven nights with an adjudication each night with the final adjudication and awards on the Friday. Sounds of the Sound: The Sound Cafe, Cregneash - 7.30pm A fundraising evening in aid of the Isle of Man “Live at Home” schemes. Dinner, raffle and pre-dinner entertainment. Tel 852364 for further information. FunTime Leisure at Tynwald Mills, St. Johns Bungee Trampolines next to the Neb Cafe, all day. Weather permitting.

Sunday, March 31st Easter Bunny: Snaefell summit - 11am – 3pm The Easter Bunny and Cushag the Cat will be at Snaefell summit handing out free chocolate eggs to all the children arriving on the trams. Sunday lunch and refreshments available from Summit Cafe. Pick up a timetable for more information. MADF Easter Festival of Plays: Gaiety Theatre, Douglas - 7.30pm The Cemetery Club. Seven full length plays in seven nights with an adjudication each night with the final adjudication and awards on the Friday.

Easter Monday, April 1st Rush Hour on the Railways: Douglas Railway Station - From 8am Various event including the chance to have taster footplate ride the IOM Steam Railway aboard the Manx Northern Caledonia. The Great Laxey Mine Railway and the Groudle Glen Railway will both be in operation. Tickets from Douglas station. Easter Film School 2013: St Ninian’s Lower School, Bemahague 9.30am For school ages 13-16. Contact Jan Cowan 694596 for further information. FunTime Leisure at Tynwald Mills ,St. Johns Bungee Trampolines next to the Neb Cafe, all day. Weather permitting.

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Master House Services Ltd

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Master House Services Ltd is your local property renovation specialists with 35 years experience. • Our exterior wall and roof coating system allows you to have thermally efficent coatings. • This improved technology means that you can reduce your fuel costs up to 29%. • Waterproof, breathable and flexible product. • Stops mould and algae. • 20 times thicker than normal paint.

• Excellent adhesion to brick, pebbledash, render and manx stone. • Choice of colours and finishes. • All our products guaranteed for 15 years and our roof coating has a double guarantee. • We are the only company in the Island, who offer this guarantee.

Tel: 07624 368768 Fax: 01624 660312 Email:




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