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Tea and Talk
  Tea and Talk 2024 at the Henry Bloom Noble Library   12.30pm - Friday 26th July - Work of the TT Marshals   12.30pm - Friday 30th August - MNH update on Peggy   12.30pm ...
Tenant Information
Our tenants are very important to us, so we want to make sure we provide first-class, cost-effective services. Our tenants are very important to us, so we want to make sure we provide first-class, cost-effective ...
Tot Lot Play Area
The Tot Lot is located in Noble’s Park where there is also a play area for older children. The Tot Lot children’s play area is in Noble’s Park and is a popular facility for toddlers and young children ...
Tower of Refuge
The Tower of Refuge, also known as Conister Rock, sits in Douglas Bay – originally built to aid sailors whose ships had run aground on the surrounding rocks. The Tower of Refuge, also known as St. Mary’s ...
Town centre regeneration
  Leader of Douglas Borough Council Councillor David Christian MBE JP has said that: 'Town centre regeneration is the Council’s number one priority'. Douglas Borough Council in partnership with ...
Trees and high hedges
Managing over-sized trees and high hedges. Trees and hedges in private gardens, parks and streets are of great importance to people, particularly in residential areas. However, they need to be selected ...
The TT (Tourist Trophy) began in 1907. The world-famous TT (Tourist Trophy) festival, established in 1907, has earned the Island recognition as the 'road racing capital of the world'.   Douglas ...
Twinning and Associations
Douglas is twinned with Ballymoney, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. The twinning relationship between Douglas and Ballymoney was officially recognised at a ceremony in Douglas town hall on November ...
Tynwald, the Manx parliament, is the oldest continuous parliament in the world. It is of Norse origin and more than 1000 years old.   The Legislative Buildings in Douglas are the seat of Tynwald, ...