Children from Anagh Coar and Manor Park primary schools were invited to Douglas Town Hall to meet the Mayor, councillor Mrs Elizabeth Quirk, JP, The Mayoress, Mrs June Craine and chairman of Douglas Corporation councillor David Christian.
The children from Anagh Coar school visited on Tuesday 27 March and were accompanied by head teacher Jo Richardson who said the visit complemented their studies on citizenship and responsibility.
Children from Manor Park school visited on Thursday March 29, met Hills Ward councillors Mike Dooley and Bill Noble and were able to look at plans for the proposed playground adjacent to their school on the site of the former shops at Pulrose, a project in which pupils from the school and members of Pulrose Youth and Community had been involved.
The Mayor and Mayoress with left to right, Conor Bowman, nine, Cara Reid, eight, Lucy Collins, eight and Jordan Hamer, eight
Children from Anagh Coar primary school in Douglas Town Hall council chamber with the Mayor, Mayoress, Jo Richardson, Anagh Coar primary school’s head teacher and chairman of Douglas Corporation councillor David Christian
The Mayor with Conor Bowman, nine and Cara Reid, eight
The Mayor with Chantel Woods and Jake Keig, both eight years old
Children from Manor Park primary school with the Mayor and Mayoress in the council chamber
Children from Manor Park primary school in Douglas Town Hall council chamber with l-r Mayoress June Craine, Manor Park school teacher Joanna Wright, the Mayor, learning support assistant Sonja MacGregor, Douglas Corporation chairman David Christian and councillors Bill Noble and Mike Dooley