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The bandstand located in Noble’s Park is a popular attraction which is available for both private and public use. The bandstand was formally opened by the then Mayor of Douglas Councillor David Christian ...
Bank Holidays
Bank holidays 2020. Bank holidays 2020 Wednesday January 1 (New Year's Day) Friday April 10 (Good Friday) Monday April 13 (Easter Monday) Friday May 8 V/E Day  (Early May Bank Holiday) Monday ...
Basking Sharks
Basking sharks are affectionally known as ‘Manx’ sharks. There is also a strong conservation movement in the island to help protect them as there are now estimated to be fewer than 800. Basking sharks ...
Douglas beach is a sandy crescent of some two miles in length bordering Douglas Bay. Douglas beach looks out over Douglas Bay and faces towards Conister Rock, the Tower of Refuge and Douglas harbour. It ...
BMX Track
The BMX track is in Noble's Park. The redesigned and enlarged BMX track was formally opened to the public on 24th July 2011. In addition to everyday public use it is hoped the track may be used in the ...
Book of Remembrance
   View the Book of Remembrance pages electronically during the COVID-19 pandemic.        The volumes of the Book of Remembrance provide a simple and lasting memorial ...
Borough Wardens
Douglas borough wardens aim to maintain the excellent quality of life of the town through enforcement of the local byelaws. As part of the development and environment team, the borough wardens are happy ...
The Council's budget is voted on at a special meeting held each January when the borough rate is set for the following municipal year. The budget accounts for all of the Council’s departmental budgets ...
Byelaws are regulations set by Douglas Borough Council which apply to the Borough of Douglas only, not to the Island as a whole. Byelaws are secondary pieces of legislation made under Primary Acts of Tynwald ...