The Tommy Kelly Shield Eric
Kelly receiving the 2004 shield for services to the
community from Malcolm Kelly. A proposal that Eric
Kelly be given the award for all his charitable fundraising
work was approved unanimously by the Commissioners.
West View play park
Children enjoying the new equipment
at West View play park
November the 5th
here to watch the fireworks (short delay if you have
a dial-up connection)
The Commissioners held an art competition for Manx National Week.
Chairman Tim Crookall presented the winners with their prizes
at a recent Board meeting. First prize: Callum Perry (below)
Second prize: Kate Pearce
Third prize: Jack Pearce
A special prize was
given to Dylan George (age 3) for his
Vintage car rally. The
day the P50 came back to Peel.
The car's owner Mr Fitzgerald
from Kendal, and his wife with George Gelling and
Ernie Leece who built the cars in Peel.
A selection of the other cars
View from Chapel Court. Click
on the image to see a rare panaoramic view of Peel
taken from the top of the new Chapel Court development.
Honda Day. Another
photo clearly showing the success of this year's
event during TT week.
Campsite busy for TT.More
photos are on the campsite page of Where to Stay
in Peel link
Unveiling the plaque for
the PL11 Wanderer at Weatherglass Corner. The
Plaque commemorates the men of the Peel Nobby PL11
Wanderer who, on 7th May 1915 whilst fishing off
the coast of Southern Ireland, went to the rescue
of survivors of the RMS Lusitania.
The Harbour at dusk in June
Weather station at the Harbour
Office.A new facility
for fishermen to check weather conditions is on display
at the Harbour Office on East Quay.
Honda Day 2004.The
freestyle motocross display team in action:
and not to be outdone, the
Purple Helmets had a go too. Roll over the image
to see if he made it...
Manx Youth Games 2004.Some
photos of the West team from the Games: