Boiraghyn mysh sauçhys erreish da gilley v'er ny hauail veih'n cheayn
Ta cooish hauçhys er jeet rish, erreish da gilley v'er ny hauail veih'n cheayn ec Doolish tra v'eh cloie ayns cashtal bog.
Va'n scollag as y cashtal er nyn droggal neese veih'n çhooylaghan ec geay lajer, as va'n gilley er ny cheau neose sy cheayn.
Va'n gilley er ny hauail ec fer jeh'n theay, as er ny chur lesh gys thie-lheihys Noble dy ve sauçhey.
Ta Val Rise ny paarant as honnick ee ny haghyr - t'ee gra nagh lhisagh eh er daghyrt.
Ta Coonseil Valley Corpagh Ghooolish er veeraghey dy vel lane scrutaght fo raad.
Safety concerns after boy rescued from sea
The question of safety has been raised after a boy was rescued from the sea in Douglas when playing in a bouncy castle.
The youngster was lifted in the high winds, along with the castle, off the promenade and into the sea.
The boy was retrieved by a member of the public and taken to Noble's Hospital as a precaution.
Val Rise is a parent and saw the scene unfold - she says it shouldn't have happened.
Douglas Borough Council has confirmed a a full investigation into the incident is underway.