St James’s Church and schoolrooms in Dalby is currently hosting an exhibition of over 200 photographs depicting life in Dalby.
The exhibition is open until the end of August and features images of life in Dalby throughout the year taken by members of the village.
Cheryl Cousins, the church’s minister, said: ‘This snapshot of island life makes a unique statement of the beauty and diversity of life on the Isle of Man during our Year of Culture.’
Margy Killey, who also helped organise the exhibition, said: ‘There have been lots of people coming so far so it has been going very well.
‘For our previous exhibition we asked people to donate old photographs as it was about heritage but for this one it’s more about modern life in Dalby.
‘We just asked all the people to take photos during the last year of general life around Dalby, it’s more about the content than the quality.
‘Everybody in the village was also asked to draw a flag which has been made into bunting which is displayed at the exhibition.’
There is no admission charge for the exhibition but any donations are welcome and will go towards helping to cover the exhibition running costs.
The exhibition is open seven days a week from 10am to 5pm and everyone is welcome.
For any further details please ring Margy Killey on 843768.