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Local man rewarded for Manx culture research

Aundyr currit da dooinney ynnydoil son ronsaght ayns cultoor Vannin

Stephen Miller cosney Reih Bleeaney Vanannan

Ta enn er ve currit er Manninagh son y ronsaght echey ayns shennaghys as kiaull as cultoor ynnydoil.

Ta'n Reih Bleeaney Vanannan er ve currit da Stephen Miller liorish Culture Vannin.

She er coontey yn obbyr echey ta goaill stiagh screeu magh shenn screeunyn as lioaranyn screeuee ass tashtey-recortys Eiraght Ashoonagh Vannin.

T'eh gra dy row yn enn dy bollagh neu-yerkit:

AS STEPHEN MILLER : She, yindys firrinagh, as she yindys rieugh eh. Va taitnys dou feddyn magh nagh row eh ny aundyr erreish da baase, shen va'n chied red, shegin dou gra, tra hug Breesha dou y post-l, beggan boirit, son, my vees eh ny aundyr lurg baase, eisht ta shin ooilley er n'gheddyn baase as er n'gholl gys niau, as ta Ellan Vannin dy firrinagh gollrish niau.
Stephen Miller awarded the Reih Bleeaney Vanannan

 

Stephen Miller awarded the Reih Bleeaney Vanannan

A Manx man has been recognised for his research into local folklore, music and culture.

Stephen Miller has been awarded the Reih Bleeaney Vanannan by Culture Vannin.

It's for his work which includes transcribing old letters and notebooks from the Manx National Heritage archives.

He says the acknowledgment was completely unexpected: 

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