Ramsey will be echoing to the sounds of carols in the run-up to Christmas.
Tonight (Thursday, December 12) Ramsey Rotary Club is holding a community carol service with readings in Ramsey Methodist Hall starting at 7.30pm with contributions from the Cushag choir, House of Keys, Ramsey Commissioners, Rotary Club of Ramsey, Ramsey schools, Ramsey Chamber of Commerce and the Inner Wheel Club of Ramsey.
Then on Wednesday, December 18, starting at 5pm children from Bunscoill Rhumsaa will be singing in the Courthouse grounds where, on Saturday 21st from 4.30pm Ramsey Commissioners are inviting everyone to celebrate the festive season in a community ‘Christmas Songs at the Courthouse’ event. To decide the programme of songs and carols you can select up to 10 of your favourites from a list at www.ramseycourthouse.com. (Submissions must be received by December 17).
And finally, sounds of an altogether different kind - most likely gasps and screams – will be heard on New Year’s Day when the Ramsey RNLI Chilly Dip takes place from 11am in aid of Ramsey RNLI and Bunscoill Rhumsaa. (Registration at Ramsey RNLI station from 10am. Fancy dress optional). For more details contact Ramsey@rnli.org.uk.