Fly Maybe? Maybe Not!
Flybe 2.0 has published its list of destinations this morning and well, we’re not on it. The new airline will fly to places such as Amsterdam, Manchester, London, Brest, Toulon and Leeds Bradford, amongst others. But there is no sign of the Isle of Man.
Boston Multi Family Office has recently celebrated three long service milestones within the Isle of Man office.
Both Amanda Potter and Shauna Schumacher received their long service award for 10 years and Marie Clarke received her award for an outstanding 20 years combined at both Boston and IOMA, who were acquired by Boston in 2013.
Boston’s CEO, Katherine Ellis said: ‘We are extremely proud to have many loyal and experienced
staff members and I am delighted to recognise our colleagues for their long service to the Company.’
Just a quick note from MNH, due to ‘essential maintenance works’, the Manx Museum will open at the later time of 10am this Sunday March 27.
Diversity in Football
The Isle of Man FA is inviting clubs to attend a workshop on Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.
The workshops will let clubs: Learn about what EDI means in football and why it matters in football and life, hear what is discriminatory behaviour, and what to do if you see, or experience it and find out what you, or your club, can do.
t’s being delivered by Arran Williams, Diversity & Inclusion Manager at The FA. Two session times are available: Thursday March 24, 6.30pm, Wednesday March 30, 6.30pm. If you want to attend, DM the FA on Facebook.