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  1. Is the new Motor Museum at Jurby closed down? Or still on lock down? Tried to take kids over last 2 weekends and all locked up.
  2. Does this mean all the other places in Peel like the Kiosks on the Prom and Breakwater and the guy who sells sea food near the bridge can open??
  3. The Northern Civic Amenity site will be opening this weekend but the red tape is amusing, I understand the need for social distancing etc, etc but this is the Ramsey Commissioners at its very best, H&S will have led the Commissioners press notice. Just have a look at them bullet points, don't forget to book a slot and whats that all about maintaining access for the Emergency Services??! Love that NO help will be given on site, well fuck all has changed there! Link - https://www.ramsey.gov.im/services/northern-civic-amenity-site/?fbclid=IwAR1I2s4MdHbPdvt4Hu3jAuNreQh12niZdk125a1mBwygAB16MoSySF_hElg The Northern Civic Amenity Site at Balladoole will open this weekend. The site will operate its normal advertised working hours. However there are other restrictions that will apply for the foreseeable future. The site will open 8am Saturday 25th April 2020 to residents of the Northern Parishes ONLY. Last admission is 15 minutes before closing: Monday – Thursday and Saturday 8am - 4:30pm Friday 8am – 4pm Sunday 9am – 4:30pm To avoid the rush to the site and long queues of vehicles on the main road, and to ensure that we maintain access for emergency services beyond our site we are going to be operating a booking system, where people will need to book a time to visit the site for the first couple of weeks initially, however this could be extended depending on the pandemic. A slot should be booked by clicking here. In extreme circumstances it can be arranged over the phone during working hours by ringing 01624 810100. ONLY visit the site if you really need too; be considerate of other users around the North of the Island who will need to use the site as site access is going to be very restricted ONLY 3 cars will be allowed on site at a time You will be limited to no longer than 10 minutes on site, so do not overfill your vehicles as you will be asked to leave site after your time NO trailers will be allowed on site You must observe the 2m social distancing at all times We recommend one person per car per household Waste must be broken down in to manageable bags for one person to move, as help will NOT be given on site Waste must be broken down, compacted and separated prior to entering site. Due to the limited material that we are accepting the gantries have been re-organised for Household burnable Green waste – Cuttings only, no hedges or trees We will not be taking recycling items at this time, but this will be reviewed on a regular basis DO NOT turn up on the off chance that you can get access to the site as you will not be allowed on site Make sure that you give yourself enough time to get to the site for your slot Please remember that the staff are only following instructions laid out for them during the pandemic to ensure everyone’s safety, so be patient and polite.
  4. Gary Roberts is a good Manx Chief Constable dealing with Manx peeps and others and politician's alike, he knows the Isle of Man like the back of his hand, unlike Mr Culverhouse and Mr Langdon who didn't understand how a small jurisdiction runs and they never knew the difference between down North and Kitterland at the Calf! #justsaying
  5. Poor Buster, will really miss listening to him on the radio.
  6. RIP Buster, his eulogy would make interesting reading to see if he actually ever done what he told us on the radio that he done.
  7. So it appears MT have done a tiny bit but Sure nowt. Please remember this when things go back to some form of normality.
  8. Just a thought, what has MT and Sure done to help anyone during these lockdown times? I just seen an advert for EE in the UK and they were offering all medical staff FREE data up until October. I am with Sure and have seen fuck all about helping peeps out during this crisis.
  9. I think it happened around 7pm ish, hope all concerned OK
  10. Tim Glover fucking bleating to the Chief Minister at the Press Briefings makes me feel like he is Whinging fucking spoilt kid at school snitching for what he has heard by someone in his class. I am not saying he is wrong but if he knows all the things that are wrongfully happening why doesn’t he use the official telephone number to report such issues as opposed to wanting to be a sensationalist whinging twat. Dim fucker.
  11. I was under the impression that young offenders were 17+ before being held at Jurby??
  12. So what you are saying is let the Commissioners do what they want? Add the odd 'classic crab mentality' into your reply and that makes it better? Port Erin residents and indeed anyone has the right to question these type of Grand proposals and you're just saying let them do it, even if it is an eyesore and a blot on the Port Erin Landscape. Are you possibly a Port Erin Commissioner?
  13. Also the small road to this proposal, and as you say the car park facilities at present does not support such a large structure/establishment, the structure is not within keeping of the surrounding area and I have to question why such a grand scheme as opposed to a more in keeping facility would be more delicate to such a small seaside establishment. This is a very large structure and I do question who in the Commissioners are pushing for such a large eyesore or maybe they are playing tactics going for large and later accepting a smaller building. I also would like to know what the knock on ££ effect for Port Erin Rate Payers?? Anyway they have 9 Commissioners in Port Erin so one of them may come on here and help us out.
  14. Blinkin 9 of them! Thanks TheTeaPot
  15. Can someone tell me who are the Commissioners of Port Erin? it would be nice to email them and maybe point them to this forum. Also do we know who the Architect is as it maybe them that are pushing the Commission's in this direction. I may consider approaching the Captain of the Parish to see if he could call a public meeting with these Commissioners so we can actually question them on this proposal.
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