Just one more push

On Sunday 31 March, fourteen months after starting the Raad Ny Foillan Anti-Clock Challenge we will be hiking the last leg, from the Big Bend on the Sloc to Port Erin. Compared to our 2016 / 2017 Clock-Wise RNF circumnavigation when the weather was kind, the sun shone and the wind was on our backs, […]

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Magnificent Burns Night

Guest post by Bob Pynegar On the 25th of January a really splendid event took place at Woodbourne House in Douglas.  Hospice Isle of Man and the Diana Princess of Wales Care at Home Trust got together to organise a fabulous Burns Night supper.  Around 150 guests enjoyed this most Scottish of evenings, in a […]

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Robert Burns Night – 25 January 2019

  Bob Pynegar writes: After the super Christmas and carols evening earlier this month that raised £15,000, the next event is a Burns Night supper on 25th January.  This is going to take place at the Woodbourne House in Douglas, and I am sure will be a splendid affair – we will have pipers, all […]

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Christmas Carols with Hospice Care at Home, IOM

At a glittering evening at Woodbourne House last Thursday, members of the Diana Princess of Wales Hospice Care at Home Trust and their guests were honoured by the presence of our Patron HE the Lieutenant Governor Sir Richard Gozney KCMG CVO and Lady Gozney, and enjoyed a wonderful evening, culminating in the rendition of a number of […]

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Report on Legs Past and Legs to Come

Does anybody know which RNF leg we are on at present? No? Hardly surprising, with dodge-the-tide legs, dodge-the-rain legs, catch-up legs and somewhere in between, the normal Raad Ny Foillan Anti Clock Challenge legs. And as the completion of the Challenge draws closer, how will we ever know who will be eligible for the much […]

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