A series of recorded stories called ‘Lunchtime Listens’ ran by Manx National Heritage, are being showcased at various locations around the Island this month . The recordings offer members of the public the opportunity to eavesdrop on the sounds, and voices of the Island’s history. Each tale is narrated by real-life past Manx residents recalling their childhood, family, and memories of living and working in the Isle of Man.
It’s the second time the series has ran and will start on the 8th of October at the Grove Museum. Islandlife caught up with Manx National Heritage’s Collections Information Manager, Jude Dicken, to find out more.
Tickets can be booked at manxnationalheritage.im.
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