Governor visits ice rink

Ice rink visit

Ice rink visit

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Lieutenant Governor Adam Wood has visited the ice rink at Tynwald Mills in St John’s.

After watching the skaters Mr Wood visited the stalls of the Children’s Centre, Save the Children, Hospice Care and Age Isle of Man.

During the evening visitors were entertained by the Musicale choir singing carols. They were conducted by John Riley.

The ice rink will stay at Tynwald Mills until the New Year and money raised will be shared by the charities involved.

Pictured: Nick Coole (who supervised the ice rink); Mr Wood; John Cuddy, chairman of Save the Children’s Douglas branch; Margaret Simpson, chief executive of Hospice Care; Stephen Bradley, managing director of Tynwald Mills.

The ice rink is sponsored by PokerStars’ Helping Hands programme.

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