Manx National Heritage has announced Lily Cunningham, aged 9, has won the top prize in the LEGO® on the Loose trail held at MNH sites.
Lily is now the proud guardian of a display case containing all 32 of the collectible LEGO® minifigures from the trail, including Dave the Dragon and Miles the Baker.
Over 1,000 people took part in trying to find the tribe of troublesome LEGO® minifigures hidden at Castle Rushen, the Manx Museum and the House of Manannan. There were over 500 correct completed entries submitted over the three week period.
Helen Ashcroft, Public Engagement Manager at Manx National Heritage said: ‘Thank you to all of you who took part in the trail. All of us here at Manx National Heritage loved welcoming so many families to the sites to participate in the trail and it was great to have the characters back hiding around three of our iconic sites.’
On the appointment of Chris Thomas MHK as Minister for the DoI, Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) has decided to take the opportunity to say thank you and good luck as he steps down as Chair of the business.
Mr Thomas joined IOMPO in July 2020 as Vice Chairman, later becoming Chairman in November 2021.
Simon Kneen, Chief Executive of IOMPO said: ‘On behalf of the Board, I would like to express our sincere thanks to Chris for his commitment to IOMPO while he has been with us. We wish him every success in his new ministerial role, and look forward to welcoming his successor in due course.’
We just wanted to share this from Manx Utilities: ‘It is very concerning that Isle of Man Constabulary Media Page have had to come to us following reports of young people swimming in Kerrowdhoo Reservoir last night. Not only is this illegal it is also a DANGER TO LIFE. Reservoirs are deep and very cold with unseen undercurrents that can have dire consequences for even the strongest of swimmers. Please speak to your children about the dangers of playing in and around Reservoirs’