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Youth survey helps target services to where they are needed
An online survey of the Island’s young people will once again help the Government and partner agencies to better plan and direct services. It is being co-ordinated by the Youth Trust, an independent Manx charity es...
Bowling Alley in Ramsey to rebrand
Ramsey’s Bowling Alley set to re-brand. The current “naming rights” deal with Sure ceased on 31st December 2017, it’s been a great partnership and the Directors would like to take this opportunity...
‘TV corporal’ to attend youth conference
The Isle of Man Youth Service’s annual conference will hear from an Army corporal who has forged a successful TV career. Richard Nauyokas has served in the Army for 23 years, most of them as an instructor. He becam...
New youth head outlines vision for service
The new head of theYouth Servicesays he wants young people to have the best possible opportunities as they grow up in the Isle of Man. Nigel Howardhas been appointed Principal Youth Officer with the service, run by the D...
First dedicated mountain bike skills area opens
The Island’s first dedicated mountain bike skills area opened today at South Barrule Forest. TheManx Mountain Bike Clubenlisted the help of the Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture (DEFA) in creating the...
Young people honoured at awards
Young achievers who make a valuable contribution to Manx culture and society were today honoured by theNorth American Association(NAMA). Each year, NAMA presents awards to under 25-year-olds nominated by the public and s...
Retiring youth head reflects on lifetime working with young people
As Ken Callisterretires from education, he looks back with pride on the generations of young people whose lives he has influenced and how the Isle of Man has helped them to flourish. Ken has been a youth officer for the ...
Programme unites families and schools
An award-winning programme that aims to get families and schools working together is expanding on the island. Families and Schools Together (FAST) invites parents to visit schools and offers them the chance to understand...
Wet and Wild 2017
RARE sightings of six crocodiles chasing young swimmers were reported from the new swimming pool in Ramsey at the weekend, but luckily the wildlife was inflatable. The occasion was the annual Wet ‘n Wild fun swimmi...
Young people help Government tackle menace of cyberbullying
The Children’s Services Partnership is listening to the views of young people as it considers how to protect them from the menace of cyberbullying. The Department of Education and Children’s Youth Service led...
Innovative project to 'Bridge the Gap'
A new charity, Bridge the Gap (BtG), is working to improve facilities and support in the Isle of Man for teenagers and young people with complex, chronic and life-threatening conditions. The charity has announced a bold ...
Further expansion of award-winning programme for families
An award-winning programme that forges links between schools, families and the community to benefit children is expanding in the Isle of Man. Families and Schools Together (FAST) was developed by Middlesex University in ...
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