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The Society awards student bursaries of £250 each year. For more information, and details of how to apply, see the Marshall Cubbon Student Bursaries page.
Traditional Buildings of Mann
Traditional Buildings of Mann is a new initiative, which aims to encourage local communities to take a more active interest in the traditional buildings in their area. Please visit the project website, or download a copy of our leaflet, for more information about the project and for details about getting involved. You can also read about the project in an article which was published in the Isle of Man Examiner. Please join us in learning more about the Island's traditional buildings.
Proceedings vol XII No 3 (April 2009-March 2011): is now published. More details
Proceedings vol XII no 2 (April 2007 - March 2009): more details - order form
Please contact the Membership Secretary for more information about ordering your copy of recent Proceedings.
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Our objectives are the advancement of knowledge of natural history and human history and cultural development, especially in the Isle of Man and related countries.
We organise events throughout the year - excursions in the summer and lectures in the winter. Some are particularly suitable for children.
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An introduction to our new President
IOMNHAS's new President, Kate Chapman talks about her background and interests. Read full story
Excursion: Saturday 18th May at 2.30 p.m. The coastal wildlife communities of the Marine Drive
Leader: Kate Hawkins
Please note later-than-usual starting time to fit with train times.
A leisurely walk along the Marine Drive to see how factors such as geology, topography and aspect influence species interaction and determine coastal habitats and the animal/plant communities typical of this part of the Manx coast.
Meet at the western end of the closed section of the Marine Drive, SC366731. Parking: At meeting point. Public transport: Trains between Douglas and Port Erin, alight Port Soderick.