Housing - Malew Parish Commissioners have eight local
authority dwellings and a joint partner in the Sandfield
sheltered housing, located in Castletown.
Street lighting and street cleaning
Refuse collection. For larger items please contact the office.
health in conjunction the Department
of Local Government and the Environment
Recycling kerbside collections of paper and green
Playgrounds, parks and other leisure facilities
Control of dogs
Parish encompasses an area from Langness
and Scarlett up to Foxdale, and includes the
villages of Ballasalla, St Marks and Derbyhaven.
The area includes
both Ronaldsway and Balthane Industrial estates
and, of course, the Isle of Man Airport.
The last census
gave a figure of 2,304 population with 936 households.
Administration of the Parish is undertaken from
Commissioners Offices in the heart of Ballasalla
Malew Scouts – Coffee Morning Saturday 11th October Scout Hall 11am
Malew Commissioners - Christmas Concert Tuesday 16th December 7.30pm Abbey Church
Malew Commissioners - Santa’s Grotto Saturday 13th December 3pm to 5pm Village Hall
Ballagarey Methodist Chapel - Carol Service Sunday 21st December 6.30pm
SMART - Carols by Candlelight Tuesday 23rd December 7.30pm Ballagarey Methodist Chapel
Malew Endowments - Malew Eisteddfod Saturday 14th February (provisional) Village Hall 2.30pm and 7.30pm
Malew Civic Sunday - 15th February 3.00pm Abbey Church
St. Marks Fair Saturday 18th July 2.00pm
St. Marks Fair Saturday 17th July 2.00pm
Malew Manx tay brews up some fun
GOODIES: George and Charlotte Powell, TUCK IN: Joan Mellon and Mary Glassey
nine and eight, get stuck into the cakes
MALEW Commissioners organised a very successful Manx tay and concert on July 11, as part of Manx Week celebrations. President of Tynwald Noel Cringle compered an evening of entertainment that included Hugh Jackson reading Manx dialect poetry, Dorothy Faragher reading Manx poetry and Barry Powell and Robert Cowley on electro-acoustic guitars.
Granville Christie gave a vocal solo performance, there was a keyboard solo by Geoff Quine, and then Geoff and Granville accompanied a sing-a-long.
Thanks went to the ladies who prepared the tea – Joyce Young, Elin Kelly, Thelma Cain, Catherine Bridson, Alison Hay and Donna Caley.
The evening raised £300 for the Malew Endowment Committee and this will go on fuel vouchers to be distributed to the elderly in the parish to subsidise their fuel bills in the winter.
Presentation for retiring Doctor and Nurse.
Malew Commissioners Chairman Mr Bob Pilling presents Dr Curphey Taggart with a plate to mark his retirement as a GP in Ballasalla after 28 years' service to the community and flowers to Mrs Dee Taggart, a nurse at the surgery, who also retired
Dr Taggart was born and brought up in Ballasalla, where he had his primary education, he then attended Castle Rushen High School.