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Diary of Events on the Isle of Man

There's plenty to do on the island and Ramsey Park is the perfect place to stay or stop for refreshment.

15th June -16th June
Conister Bank Longest Day Longest Ride
24 Hour Mountain Bike Endurance Race
The format of the event is simple, ride for as long as you possibly can clocking up the most number of laps of the course. Unlike most 24 hour events held in the UK and other parts of the world, due to the size of the venue the course itself is relatively short, approximately 5km in length, yet it offers a variety of riding from forest roads to sweeping single track and boardwalks through the trees; add to that the fact you will be riding through the night and feeling fatigued, no two laps will be the same.

22nd 23rd June 
Parish Walk
By entering the Manx Telecom Parish Walk you have the opportunity to walk on the famous 85 mile Parish Walk course around each of the Isle of Man’s parishes, including roads closed to the general public. Provided you reach Marown, you will receive a certificate to recognise your achievement (available at the prize presentation or posted to you) and the time taken to reach each church is recorded on an electronic timing system displayed on the internet and may also be transmitted to two mobile phone numbers nominated by you.  The event starts at the National Sports Centre in Douglas.

5th July
Tynwald Day
For a slice of authentic Manx heritage join us on Tynwald Day, the national day of the Isle of Man, it’s the only day when Manx parliament is held on Tynwald Hill and the public get chance to lobby the lawmakers by presenting petitions.The ancient ceremony has been held for more than 1,000 years. Traditionally marked by a fair but nowadays it’s a much bigger celebration with concerts, family ceilidh, firework displays, stalls and displays.  

17th July -21st July
Yn Chruinnaght (meaning ‘the gathering’) is a celebration of Manx culture and the relationship between the Isle of Man and the other five Celtic countries (Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Cornwall and Brittany). It includes a number of events with music, dance, language, arts and crafts, lectures and much more.

27th July - 2nd August
Mannin Angling Fishing Festival - The Mannin Angling Club Fishing Festival will comprise of boat and shore matches from Port St Mary with several different events which include charter boats, private boats and shore matches for adults and juniors over the week.This is an extremely popular event for visiting families and locals alike with excellent fishing on our doorstep. There are prizes for each day of competition.

5th August
Castletown Festival
A family fun event with fun for all ages, fashion and fancy dress contests, bonny baby competitions, queen procession, stalls, games/rides and a food court. In the evening there is live musiv in castle town’s ancient market square

17th - 30th August
Isle of Man Festival of Motorcycling
The Festival encompasses the nostalgic Classic TT Races, the iconic Manx Grand Prix, the Vintage Motor Cycle Club Rally and Festival of Jury, the Manx Two Day Trial and the Classic Weekend Trial – all providing a wealth of unbeatable road racing, motorcycling nostalgia and dirt bike action making use of every inch of the island’s stunning scenery and public roads.

2nd September - 6th September
Isle of Man Bowling Festival

14th - 15th September
Isle of Man Food and Drink Festival
The festival offers visitors the chance to sample the very best of local produce and experience live cookery demonstrations. You’ll be able to watch local food producers at work and try everything from creamy Manx cheeses, fresh seafood, hand crafted confectionery, Manx meat and even locally brewed Manx alcohol.





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