Isle of Man Food & Drink Festival

Isle of Man Food & Drink Festival

Last month we took part in the Isle of Man food and drink festival which takes place each year at the Villa Marina in Douglas. It is a showcase for all our wonderfully amazing food producers. We had a…
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Hop Tu Naa

Hop Tu Naa

Here in the Isle of Man, instead of Haloween, we celebrate Hop tu naa an ancient Celtic festival celebrating the start of the Celtic new year and the beginning of winter. We carve turnips "Moots" not…
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Christmas in October

Christmas in October

Well, I was going to start Christmas in store after half term BUT, Marks and Spencer are in full Xmas mode already. I have been asked for Christmas cards for a couple of weeks now, SO, Christmas is of…
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MostlyManx

MostlyManx

We are so excited to announce that we now have a sister shop in Douglas. MostlyManx is just behind Marks & Spencers in Nelson Street. Come and admire our shop with its beautiful wooden & glass…
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Tynwald day

Tynwald day

Tynwald, our government, meets annually (normally on 5 July) at an open-air ceremony at Tynwald Hill at St John's, the Lieutenant Governor of the Isle of Man presides over the ceremony, unless HM T…
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NEW GLASSWARE RANGE

NEW GLASSWARE RANGE

So, we have just been told our new glassware range has been dispatched. We were privileged to have a design done exclusively for us by Manx artist Julia Ashby Smyth. The design is very loosely Knox st…
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