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Niarbyl hits 100,000 visitors mark

The Niarbyl visitor centre has celebrated its one hundred thousandth customer.

The building was acquired by Manx National Heritage in 2004 and opened it's doors in September 2005.

Betty Hawes of Port Erin was visiting Niarbyl for a birthday celebration with her daughter Julie Hall who is from Buckinghamshire.

She was presented with a bouquet of flowers and treated to a complimentary lunch.


(Picture: Betty Hawes, the 100,000th visitor to the Niarbyl Cafe and Visitor Centre pictured with her daughter, Julie Hall, and Cafe Manager, Anthony Mingins)

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