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Ramsey is in the middle of its National Week.

The Ramsey Rocks Street Party tomorrow (Friday) will start the final weekend with a bang. It includes live music, rides, stalls, segways, refreshments and a firework finale at 11pm.

West Quay and part of Market Square will be closed to vehicle traffic between 4.30pm and midnight with the Street Party taking place between 7pm and 11pm.

Saturday, July 12, will be a busy day with a number of events taking place.

Ramsey RNLI Lifeboat Association will be holding its Lifeboat Day at the lifeboat station between 10am and 4pm. This will be followed by sand racing on the beach starting around 6pm.

North Ramsey Bowling Club will be hosting the Ramsey Town Cup in the Mooragh Park. In addition the official opening of their new pavilion will be undertaken by Chief Minister Allan Bell MHK at 12 noon. There will be display of vintage cars and a treasure hunt during the day.

A strawberry tea will be held in the grounds of Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church on Queen’s Promenade. Access is via Mona Street.

Ramsey Rotary Club are hosting Sunday Funday in the Mooragh Park on Sunday, July 13, between 12pm and 4pm.

A ‘Photo Scavenge Hunt’ is also being held during the week. Entry forms can be obtained from Ramsey Town Hall or www.ramseynationalweek.com

Full event listings can be found here.

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