WELCOME TO CASTLETOWN COMMISSIONERS

Located in the south of the Isle of Man, Castletown is the ancient capital of Mann and the former site of Tynwald, with a heritage that can be traced as far back as 1090.

The rich history of Castletown and the Isle of Man can be seen at a number of Manx National Heritage sites in the town: the Nautical Museum, the Old Grammar School, the Old House of Keys, and Castle Rushen, one of the finest examples of a medieval castle in the British Isles, and thought to have been constructed during the reigns of late 12th century and early 13th century Norse kings.

Castletown Commissioners are the local authority tasked with providing a range of services to the town, and are responsible for setting Rates, Refuse Collection and many other tasks.

WHAT'S ON

22February 2018

Private Booking (Bridge)

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22February 2018

Weightwatchers

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24February 2018

Musical Afternoon featuring Balley Cashtal Band and Victoria Road School Choir

Manx Association for the Welfare of Children in Hospital invite you to Castletown Civic Centre (entry from door on Farrants Way)  Admission £2 including refreshments. Cake stall, raffle - and…
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LATEST NEWS

Dog Bylaw Consultation Launched

Dog Bylaw Consultation Launched

The Castletown Dog Byelaws (2007) are  due for renewal.  A consultation is being issued seeking views on the application of the 2007 Byelaws and on the public’s view as to…
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Parking Survey

Parking Survey

The Castletown Town Commissioners are seeking feedback to assist with the formulation of a parking strategy. Parking in Castletown is an emotive subject and Castletown Town Commissioners (CTC) recognise that…
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2018/19 Rate set at 341p

2018/19 Rate set at 341p

2018/19 Rate set at 341p After 7 years of rate freezes, Castletown Town Commissioners have announced an increase in the Town Rate of 21p in the Pound, bringing rates to…
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Isle of Man’s ‘most patriotic street’ in WW1 celebrated

Isle of Man’s ‘most patriotic street’ in WW1 celebrated

From BBC Isle of Man The Isle of Man’s “most patriotic street” during World War One has been celebrated with a blue plaque. The 39 houses on Castletown’s Queen Street…
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