Due to health and safety concerns caused by low reservoir waterline levels at the Sulby reservoir, DEFA Fisheries has told anglers that it is unable to undertake stocking there until further notice.
Groudle Glen Railway is asking for people to report anything they see after incidents of vandalism. The railway said: ‘Sadly when the weather gets hot or school holidays start the railway seems to be a target for vandals. Today our volunteers have have to climb down cliffs to retrieve rail and a new fence has been kicked down and removed.
‘Parents please be aware of where your children are. All of the railway is funded by charitable donations and maintained by volunteers who find it very disheartening to see their hard work trashed by mindless people.. so if you are at Groudle and see something being damaged please report them.’
Sitting in a New Chair
Boston Multi Family Office has announced the promotion of three employees at its Isle of Man HQ.
Mary Smith has been promoted to client accounting manager within our accounts team and will continue assisting Boston with AEOI reporting obligations. Helen Hall and Rachael Hughes have both been promoted to senior managers.
Helen will have responsibility for the fiduciary administration team whilst continuing as Head of the Sponsor Team, undertaking listings on The International Stock Exchange and adhering to continuing obligations of the Exchange once listed.
Rachael will continue being responsible for driving business development and marketing activity across all business areas of the group.
Boston Chief Executive Officer Katherine Ellis said: ‘As always, it is a pleasure to see people progress their careers with Boston. Mary, Helen and Rachael have all shown great commitment and dedication to providing our clients with excellent support and service. I am sure they will continue to develop and support the team as we move forward with our plans for future growth.’