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Chance to have your say on Queen's Pier restoration

Caaghyn dy chur ny barelyn eu mychione jannoo Peer y Venrein ass y noa

Treisht Jannoo Peer y Venrein Ass y Noa, nee ee cummal paart dy haglymyn theayagh harrish ny shiaghteeyn ta ry-heet, dy resooney cre hig er y troggal scanshoil.

Y chied çhaglym, hed eh er cummal yn hoghtoo laa as feed Jerrey Fouyir ayns Purt ny h-Inshey, ec Halley Corrin, Raad Derby, ec lieh-oor lurg shiaght.

Hed y nah haglym er cummal ayns Doolish, ec y Cheeill Haasilagh er Shooylaghan Loch, yn chiarroo laa Mee Houney.

Hed çhaglym er cummal ayns Purt Çhiarn yn jeihoo laa Mee Houney, ec Halley Cheeill Chatreeney.

As, er jerrey, ver Rhumsaa ry-cheilley yn çhaglym theayagh marish yn çhaglym cadjin bleinoil jeh ny Caarjyn jeh Peer y Venrein.

Hed shen er cummal ec shiaght er y chlag, yn jeihoo laa Mee ny Nollick ayns y Halley Balley.


Chance to have your say on Queen's Pier restoration

The Queen's Pier Restoration Trust is holding a number of public meetings over the next few weeks to discuss the landmark's future.

The first is in Peel on October 28, at the Corrin Hall, Derby Road at 7.30pm
Next is Douglas, at the Loch Promenade Methodist Church on November 4.

Port Erin will host a meeting on November 10 at St Catherine's Church Hall.

And finally Ramsey will combine the public meeting with the Friends of the Queen's Pier's annual general meeting.

That's on December 10 at 7pm at the Town Hall.

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