Please see update below from Simon and the team at Newby’s Convenience. Not to late to get your orders in for tonight or also to place orders for Sunday or next week.
“If you need any essential supplies for Saturday night, please remember to order by 3pm today for same day FREE delivery. This includes anything from beers, wine and spirits......to chocolate....bread and milk. Stay safe & stay inside”
Thank you ☺️ Simon for all the effort that you guys are going to. It really is much appreciated. Please place your orders now by calling 672519 or messaging Newby’s via their Facebook page. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you to Leigh and the team at Manx Wildlife Trust for producing their latest magazine digitally and giving it away free of charge, so that as many people as possible who are stuck at home can engage with Manx Nature.
We are taking these steps to ensure the safety and well being of our staff and you, our valued customers. Deliveries will be Free, Islandwide and in accordance with current social distancing and your requirements.
Our workshop stays open keeping your wheels turning throughout, simply book our collection and delivery service, by contacting us by phone: 01624 673576, through our website: www.bikestyle.im/contact or message us through social media.
Many thanks for your support and cooperation. Stay Safe, Stay Healthy - Team Bikestyle, Robert, Ronan, Richard, Mossie & Gavin
There have been several reports of fly-tipping incidents within the Borough of Douglas. This is putting unnecessary pressure on our front line services who are working hard to continue delivery of services to residents during this difficult period.
Can we please appeal to everyone to help us and all the residents of Douglas by refraining from fly-tipping any items, or where you spot any incidents of fly tipping taking place, please report this to the Council immediately on The Douglas Borough Council website using the Report-It link.
The Council will enforce against each and every offence where possible and if necessary seek a summary prosecution.
Many thanks for your continued support in keeping Douglas safe and tidy during this difficult period. ... See MoreSee Less
Definitely not acceptable... but have you considered unlocking some of the commercial bins knocking around that aren't being used. Perhaps even relocating them. I think a lot of residents will be struggling where there is a whole family at home day in day out and the recycling stopped and amenity sites closed. Just a suggestion. 🙂
Maybe if the council got around to emptying all the bins on the industrial estates then this might not happen
What’s fly tipping?
Some idiots out there if that’s true
I'm not surprised 🙄
We had it on our street last week a van full dumped on the sidewalk 3 in the morning woke me up made enough noise black bags with building rubble and a mattress SCUM
This is what I feared would happen now the Amenity Sites are shut. There will also be rubbish piling up in back lanes near bins, that the binmen can't take. If it goes on for 12 weeks or longer, as summer comes, and the seagulls start feeding their young, we will have a vermin problem to deal with as well as the current one. Something the government needs to think about. With more people at home there is more rubbish being generate. Either more bins will have to bridges and frequency of rounds increased, or thought needs to be given about how to tackle it. Public health matters are still important.