Our ancestors were Celts and Norse who settled
on the Isle of Man,
over a thousand years ago. On
this small island in
the middle of the Irish Sea, they established a parliament that would
serve the island people for over a millenium, a democracy that would be
the envy of much bigger nation states, and an independence that would
develop and enrich a unique Manx culture.
Their descendants, members of our Queensland
Manx Society, make up one of the most enduring of local Celtic
organisations. This year, we celebrate our hundredth year of continuous
service to the local Manx community, and we would like you to celebrate
this milestone with us.
We have a number of events during the
year. If you have an interest in Manx,
Viking or Celtic activities, please join our celebrations.
Do you have ancestors from the Isle of Man?
Find out more.
Did you receive our July Newsletter?
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