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Chance to find out about Rushen Heritage Trust's new centre

Work is underway on converting the former bus shelter site on Bridson Street, Port Erin, into the Tree Archyn Heritage Centre.

Open day on Friday

The old bus shelter on Bridson Street in Port Erin is close to being transformed into a new visitor centre for the Rushen Heritage Trust.

It's hoped the multi-purpose facility, which is called 'Tree Archyn' (Manx for the three arches), will open by Easter next year. 

Those interested in finding out more about the centre are being invited to St Catherine's Church Hall on Friday, from 2pm until 8pm.

If you would like more information about Tree Archyn or the Open Day, please contact RHT coordinator John Quirk at rushenht@gmail.com.

Pamela Crowe is a member of the Trust - she's encouraging anyone to come along:



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