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  • New trails and activities for Island’s forests

    New trails and activities for Island’s forests

    The Department of Economic Development (DED), in partnership with the Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture (DEFA), has mapped out mountain bike routes and recreational activities in three of the Island’s forests via new signage.

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    Q&A with Christy DeHaven, festival director of the Isle of Man Film Festival

    This coming weekend sees the Island play host to film makers and professionals from around the globe, as the sixth annual Isle of Man Film Festival gets underway. We talked with Christy deHaven, an organiser of the festival, to hear about the heritage of film making on the Isle of Man and what makes our festival special from other film festivals around the world.

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  • Be on top of the latest travel trends
    In Trend

    Be on top of the latest travel trends

    Take advantage of this year’s key travel trends, in preparation for the start of 2018. Consider how you might improve your offer and attract the visitor market to your business, using these trends as a hook.

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  • Championing Manx produce
    In News

    Championing Manx produce

    A newly-launched food label that clearly identifies produce as being Manx has been adopted for the first time by a local eating establishment.

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  • Q&A with a new Isle of Man Blue Badge Guide

    Q&A with a new Isle of Man Blue Badge Guide

    Chris Callow is a newly qualified blue-badge tourist guide, a member of the Guild of Manx Registered Tour Guides and has also started his own business venture, ‘Island Heritage Tours’. We talked to him about the process for qualifying as a tourist guide and found out what he has to offer visitors to the Isle of Man.

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