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Local interests considered in VillaGaiety takeover

Geill currit da dellalyn ynnydagh bentyn da goaill harrish yn VillaGaiety

Çhebbyn ynnnydagh dy stiurey yn Villa Marina as y Thie-Cloie Gaiety, bee oltaghey currit daue, liorish y Rheynn Lhiasaghey Tarmaynagh - ga dy yioold y Rheynn plan dy chur er bun treisht son sleih as sym-dellal oc er y chooish.

Ta'n Rheynn gra dy vel ad nish reaghey geddyn coonreyder son y VillaGaiety ayns ny meeghyn ta ry-heet.

Ec y traa t'ayn, ta sym ec tree sheshaghtyn soit sy Reeriaght Unnaneyssit er y chooish.

Agh yn Shirveishagh Laurence Skelly, t'eh gra dy vel geill goll er cur da sleih ynnydagh as sym-dellal oc er stiurey yn VillaGaiety.


Local interests considered in VillaGaiety takeover

Local bids to run the Villa Marina and Gaiety Theatre will be welcomed by the Department of Economic Development - despite rejecting a plan to establish a trust for stakeholders.

The DED says it's currently making arrangements to seek out a contractor for the complex in the coming months.

Currently there are three UK-based parties showing interest.

But Minister Laurence Skelly says local stakeholders are being taken into account.

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