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Decline in TT home stay registrations

Injillaghey ayns recortyssyn son aaght thie yn TT

400 ny sloo er recortey son y skeim cosoyley rish 2019

Ta treisht ayn dy bee tooilley thieyn recortit rish AaghtThie TT Ellan Vannin nish dy vel reillyn Covid-19 er nyn lhaggaghey.

Ta Nigel Jones, stiuredyer MiQuando Cagleeit, vees stiurey yn aaght thie son yn Rheynn Gastid Dellal, gra dy vel yn earroo dy hieyn recortit 400 ny sloo na 'sy vlein 2019.

T'eh cur yn foill er Covid-19 as er y neu-hickyrys row yn TT dy ve goll er cummal myr oyr son yn freggyrt beg.

AS NIGEL JONES : Ec y traa t'ayn ta shin son shickyrys cheu-chooylloo jeh'n ynnyd nee mayd treishteil rish ve ayn. Yn cheayrt s'jerree, yn vlein lane s'jerree, 2019, va beggan ny shlee na 950 nuy cheead thie dy lieh recortit rooinyn. Y vlein shoh ta shin 510 queig cheead as jeih. Ny yei, ta kuse dy veeaghyn er mayrn foast\.

 

400 fewer have registered for the scheme in comparison to 2019

There's hope that more homes will be registered to the Isle of Man TT Homestay now that Covid-19 rules have relaxed.

Nigel Jones, the director of MiQuando Limited, which runs the homestay for the department of enterprise says the number of homes registered are 400 less than 2019.

He blamed covid-19 and the uncertainty of whether the TT was going ahead as a reason for the low response:
 

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