Western Civic Amenity Site, Curragh Road, St Johns (turn left at the Ballacraine crossroads when driving towards Peel and right where the old railway line/Heritage Trail crosses the road).
Isle of Man
Monday to Saturday: 8am to 4pm
Sunday: 9am to 4pm
Public holiday closures: New Year's Day, Senior Race Day, Tynwald Day, Christmas Day and Boxing Day
The western civic amenity site is sometimes closed during adverse weather conditions (for example, high winds) or staff training. If you are in any doubt about the site being open, please contact the site.
PLEASE NOTE: ALL REFUSE COLLECTIONS WILL NOW TAKE PLACE ON A THURSDAY FOR THE WHOLE PARISH. THERE WILL BE NO MORE COLLECTIONS ON A TUESDAY
Thursdays: Peel Road (both sides), Ballagarey Estate, Glen Vine Road and roads off. Crosby including Eyreton Lea and Reart ny Chrink, Trollaby Lane. Glen Darragh Road and roads off. South of the Peel Road including Braaid, Ellerslie and Eairy. West Baldwin. Top Road, Crosby from Glen Vine Road to Mount Rule.
Old Church Road, Crosby (at the bottom of School Hill)
Steel Cans (rinsed) are now accepted for recycling with the aluminium cans in the recycling banks.
Thin white and thin grey card can now be accepted at the paper recycling banks and includes items such as cereal packets and prepared food outer sleeves. Brown card and brown cardboard is not acceptable.
Household telephone directories can now be placed in the paper recycling banks.
Dry-cell batteries from clocks, toys, hearing aids, mobile phones and cameras to Manx Co-op stores, Glen Mona Garage and Civic Amenity Sites.
Lead acid batteries to Civic Amenity Sites.
Plastic bottles are now accepted for recycling at the Eastern Civic Amenity Site, Middle River Industrial Estate, Pulrose Road, Douglas (entrance opposite Douglas Power Station). The bottles must be rinsed, squashed and lids removed.
Find out what happens to all the paper, glass, cans, textiles and batteries at www.recycleformann.com
The Energy from Waste facility processes all of the Isle of Man's 60,000 tonnes of municipal and commercial waste, including clinical, animal and oil waste.
June 2021 - Click Here to View (PDF)
Marown Commissioners (uncontested election)
Eliza Cox, Christian Henry Forbes, John Simon William Lovelady, Alison Ruth Lynch, Terence Anthony Miles
The new board will be effective from 1st August 2021 following the LEA Elections on Thursday 22nd July 2021.Carol singing for charity
Spring Coffee Morning at Union Mills Chapel on Saturday 30th March 2019.Heritage Trail Closure (Crosby to Peel)
Click here for more informationMarown Christmas Fair
Thursday 6th December
3:30pm - 5:30pm
Marown Primary School
Click here for posterMarown 1914-18 Commemoration Tea
Marown School, Saturday 10th November
Click here for further informationProposed drainage and highway improvements, Garth Road, Marown
Click here to view a copy of the letter from the DOIOperational Policy on Planning Enforcement
The Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture (DEFA) have produced their ‘Operational Policy on Planning Enforcement’.
This document details information on how breaches in planning control are identified, responded to and enforced. It also provides information to those who have been accused of a breach.
We encourage you to read this should you find it of interest. Click here to open the document in a separate windowMarown Beavers, Cubs and Scouts carwash
Friday 25th May
Click here for detailsMarown Youth & Community Players - Treasure Island
14th - 17th Sep 2018
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