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Councillor David John Ashford has been elected Mayor of Douglas for the 2012-2013 municipal year.

The 2012 Douglas horse tram service will begin on Monday 14 and operate daily from 9am to 6pm until Sunday September 16.

At a meeting of the Council of the Borough of Douglas, held on Wednesday 2nd May, 2012, it was agreed unanimously that the selection of Mr. Councillor D.J. Ashford to serve as Mayor of the Borough for the year commencing 9th May 2012, as originally approved at a private meeting on Friday 30th March, be confirmed subject to election at the Annual Council meeting on 9th May.

The Leader of Douglas Borough Council Councillor David Christian JP spoke for all Members of the Council and staff when he expressed his delight at learning that Mark Cavendish, Honorary Freeman of the Borough of Douglas and acknowledged as ‘the world’s fastest man on two wheels’ had become a father.

Douglas town centre was ‘choc-full’ of children on Easter Saturday tracking down clues in a treasure hunt that would earn them a chocolate bunny and a face-painting session.

Council introduces Borough wardens

Monday, 30 April 2012 16:32

In support of its commitment to improve quality of life standards in the town Douglas Borough Council has restructured and strengthened its enforcement operation.

Following the local authority elections in the Borough of Douglas held on Thursday April 26th 2012 the members of Douglas Borough Council from May 1st 2012 will be as follows:

The next stage of Douglas town centre regeneration is to begin after the Chief Minister’s steering committee gave approval for work to start on the lower section of Nelson Street to link the newly revitalised areas of upper Nelson Street and Wellington Street.