Offering befriending, information and support, using counselling based skills, primarily to gay men and women living on the Island.
A compendium of matters past and present related to the Isle of Man: genealogy, history, buildings including parish churches and lighthouses, Manx publications, 17th to 19th-century views of the island.
Comprehensive site for manx archaeology maintained by David Radcliffe. Includes a link to Isle of Man Government site with some information on the Manx Museum.
A focal point for research into and teaching about the Isle of Man and its history. Provides assistance to researchers. Supported by Manx National Heritage, University of Liverpool and IOM Dept. of Education. Has a Manx Gaelic version of the site.
Site devoted to promotion of Manx culture. Links to Manx Heritage, Arts Council, music, festivals, language, Erin Arts Centre, Celtic League, Mec Vannin and other products and services.
Rich in history, the Isle of Man can look back on a tapestry of events from the introduction of farming in the fourth millennium BC, the Manx Iron Age from 500 BC to 500 AD, the Celtic traditions, through to Christianity and Viking rule of the ninth century.
Details of the currency of the Isle of Man with images of all the current coins and notes in circulation, along with commemorative issues.