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Gawne wants prom date

Gawne geearree daayt son obbyr er shooylaghan

Obbyr shooylaghan Ghoolish y chaghlaa, oddagh toshiaght ve currit jee mleeaney, as Phil Gawne, y Shirveishagh Bun-Troggalys.

Ta plan yn çhooylaghan er ny chaghlaa dy ghoaill stiagh tooilley spoar er y chassan, peamadyn syrjey dy chooney lesh ny doail, as tooilley crossagyn son coshee.

Yn obbyr, vees costal ny shlee na feed millioon punt, oddagh ee goaill seose gys queig bleeaney kione y chur urree.

Ta Mnr Gawne geearree dy bee toshiaght currit da'n obbyr cho leah as oddys shen ve jeant.

Gawne wants prom date

Work to transform Douglas promenade could start this year, says Infrastructure Minister Phil Gawne.

Changes have been made to include extra space on the walkway, raised kerbs to aid blind people and more pedestrian crossings.

The work - which will cost more than £20m - could take up to five years to complete.

Mr Gawne wants to get things started as soon as possible.

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