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Ramsey Quayside Proposals

Wednesday 29 July

The Department of Infrastructure's proposals for the reconstruction of the highway and footpaths (including flood defences and social areas) on Ramsey quayside are currently on display at Ramsey Town Hall during normal opening hours (daily 8:45am - 4:30pm & Friday 8:45am - 4:00pm).

Update regarding the temporary pedestrianisation of Parliament Street

Wednesday 17 June

At their monthly Board meeting this evening (17th June 2020) Ramsey Town Commissioners resolved to discontinue the temporary pedestrianisation of Parliament Street with immediate effect.

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Wednesday 17 June

We will provide updates below should there be any change to the way we deliver our services:

Ramsey in Bloom 2020 & Children's Wildflower Competition

Wednesday 10 June

Ramsey in Bloom 2020 & Children's Wildflower Competition Have you been spending more time in your garden due to recent events? Whether you're a novice or an experienced gardener, why not enter the Ramsey in Bloom Competition this year. There are 19 trophies within the main categories together with 37 voucher prizes overall. The Children's Section of the competition is again kindly sponsored by Feltons of Ramsey. Packets of Wildflower seeds were sent out in March and April so if...

Temporary Pedestrianisation of Parliament Street Survey

Wednesday 10 June

We would like to thank everyone for the co-operation which has been received following the temporary pedestrianisation of Parliament Street which was introduced at the behest of Government on Monday 18th May 2020 to allow the re-opening of non-essential retail and to assist with social distancing. As a result of our analysis of the effectiveness of the operation and the impact on our ratepayers and visitors changes were put in place on 25th May 2020 which reduced the period of closure to 11am...

Parliament Street Update

Friday 22 May

We would like to thank everyone for the co-operation which has been received following the temporary pedestrianisation of Parliament Street which was introduced at the behest of Government on Monday 18th May 2020 to allow the re-opening of non-essential retail. As a result of our analysis of the effectiveness of the operation and the impact on our ratepayers and visitors we are proposing to implement some changes on Monday 25th May 2020 which also take account of some of the feedback...

Parliament Street Temporary Pedestrianisation

Saturday 16 May

Following the announcement by the Chief Minister on Thursday 14th May 2020 that “non-essential” retail can open from Monday 18th May 2020 Ramsey Town Commissioners have been requested by DfE to implement the temporary  pedestrianisation   of Parliament Street during core business hours.  This has been requested to allow social distancing to be maintained by pedestrians.

Ramsey Town Commissioners Issue Update Letter to Households

Thursday 23 April

Ramsey Town Commissioners have released details of an additional refuse household collection service in the town and the arrangements for the reopening of the Northern Civic Amenity Site.

Letter to Households

Wednesday 01 April

Ramsey Town Commissioners is delivering a letter to all householders with an update on the services we provide and some useful contact information during current COVID-19 pandemic.

Delivery Services

Wednesday 01 April

The follwoing is a list of companies or organisations offering delivery services of food, groceries and other goods/services during the current pandemic:

Additional Telephone Number for Ramsey and Districts Housing Committee

Tuesday 24 March

Mooragh Park Boathouse Café to be rejuvenated

Monday 09 March

Ramsey Town Commissioners are delighted to announce the awarding of leases to operate the Mooragh Park Lake and Boathouse Café.

Ramsey Rates 2020-21

Thursday 30 January

Ramsey Town Commissioners have set the rate for the 2020-21 financial year at 411p, a 3 per cent rise over the 2019-20 financial year and broadly in line with the Isle of Man rate of inflation. The new rate will represent an increase of approximately 28p per week for a typical three-bedroom property within the town.

Refuse Vehicle

Monday 13 January

Ramsey Town Commissioners can confirm that one of its refuse vehicles left the carriageway at Governors Dip this afternoon Monday 13th January 2020.

Christmas 2019 / New Year 2020 Opening Hours

Monday 23 December

Please download the attached leaflet for details on opening hours and refuse collection days for the Christmas 2019 and New Year 2020 period - click here.

Ramsey Festival of Christmas Trees 2019

Thursday 07 November

Ramsey Town Commissioners are inviting organisations to take part in the Ramsey Festival of Christmas Trees being staged at Ramsey Town Hall between 30th November 2019 and 3rd January 2020.  We would particularly welcome entries from schools, charities, community groups, sporting groups and businesses.

Ramsey Town Branding

Thursday 22 August

Business Isle of Man, supported by Ramsey Town Commissioners, is undertaking a branding project in order to promote Ramsey’s unique identity among residents and visitors to the Island.

Mooragh Park wins Green Flag Award

Thursday 18 July

Mooragh Park wins Green Flag Award

Ramsey Town Commissioners reach agreement for Ramsey Courthouse

Monday 17 June

Ramsey Town Commissioners are delighted to announce they have reached agreement with The Heart of Ramsey (THOR) Limited, a not-for-profit charitable organisation, to bring forward the next stage of development for Ramsey Courthouse.  Following the Expressions of Interest process started last year the Commission has signed Heads of Agreement and granted THOR a 12-month period of exclusivity to allow the trustees to finalise their plans and secure funding for the proposed alterations to the bui...

Ramsey gearing up for SprintFest TT weekend

Tuesday 07 May

Ramsey is gearing up for its first SprintFest TT weekend – three evenings of top-class live entertainment in the heart of the town.   The festival come about by a desire to extend the TT festival atmosphere into the evening and attract locals and visitors to stay in Ramsey.