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Manx artist - Archibald Knox
Manx artist - Archibald Knox (1864-1933) Archibald Knox was the son of William Knox, a Scottish engineer. He was educated at Douglas Grammar School and then Douglas School of Art. Until 1897 Knox taught ...
Manx artist - Edward Christian Quayle
Manx artist - Edward Christian Quayle (1872-1946) Edward Christian Quayle was the son of Edward Quayle, a Douglas cabinet maker. He trained at the Liverpool School of Art and gained a scholarship in 1891 ...
Manx artist - John Miller Nicholson
Manx artist - John Miller Nicholson (1840-1913) John Miller Nicholson was the son of William Nicholson, a Douglas house painter. Educated at Douglas Grammar School, his natural artistic ability was recognised ...
Manx Electric Railway
A popular tourist attraction, the Manx Electric Railway runs seasonally between Douglas, Laxey and Ramsey. Running along the east coast of the Island, the Manx Electric Railway connects Douglas to Laxey, ...
Manx Museum
The Manx Museum is the national museum of the Isle of Man and headquarters of the Manx National Heritage trust's services.   The Manx Museum – known as ‘Thie Tashtee Vannin’ in Manx Gaelic (Treasure ...
Marine Gardens
The sunken (marine) gardens are on Loch Promenade. In the early 1930s, as part of extensions to Loch Promenade, built between 1872 and 1882, the marine gardens, often referred to as the sunken gardens ...
The Mayor is elected by the full Council and serves for one year from the date of the Statutory Council meeting. In 1891 some 35 per cent of the Manx population was living in Douglas, placing additional ...
Media Services Fixed Price Quotation
(Public Notices)
Douglas Borough Council is seeking to obtain a fixed price quotation for the services of an experienced media company to provide a media service on behalf of Douglas Borough Council. Douglas Borough Council ...
Moving House
Moving house and mutual exchanges process. We understand that it may be necessary for people to leave the properties allocated to them and move to other areas of Douglas or across the Island.  We ...