Marown Parish Commissioners
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Marown Commissioners are pleased to announce that once again, the “Green Waste” collection will commence on the 10th April 2021.
**This date is subject to change due to Covid19 restrictions. Confirmation and any changes will be published here.**
Kinrade’s will be at Marown Primary School from 9am to 11am for MAROWN RESIDENTS ONLY to dispose of garden waste. You MAY be asked for proof of address so please have this available.
Please also note, that under “Covid19” regulations, Allen Kinrade and his staff MAY NOT be able to assist you emptying your waste so please make sure your waste receptacles are light enough for you to lift and empty. Social distancing must also be adhered to.
The dates for the green waste services are as follows:
10th & 24th April, 8th & 22nd May, 5th & 19th June, 3rd, 17th & 31st July, 14th & 28th August, 11th September
On this site you can find information about who we are, read the public meeting minutes, find out what's on and much more...
Marown is the only parish in the Isle of Man with no coastline. It covers an area of 26.7 square kilometres (10.3 square miles) and at the time of the 2006 census had a population of 2,086. The population density of Marown, at 70.5 people per square kilometre (202.5 per square mile), is much lower than any of the towns or villages but is the second highest of any parish (after Arbory).
The five members of the commissioners have been elected by the people of the Parish to administer a range of local government functions and, whenever possible,to act as the voice of the Parish by bringing local issues and views to the attention of central government and other outside parties.