News Isle of Man TT: Livestock Lockdown

Isle of Man TT: Livestock Lockdown

IoM TT News

The Department of Economic Development has produced a full colour A4 residents’ guide to the 2010 Isle of Man TT Motorcycle Races.

The leaflet will be distributed to all 40,918 households on the Isle of Man from Monday 24th May by Isle of Man Post Office.

The guide is aimed specifically at Island residents’ and features clearly written advice on how to enjoy this year’s TT including information on prohibited and restricted areas, livestock and pets.

The leaflet also contains information on road safety, road closures, the one-way system on the mountain, and has a full list of the crossing points that will be in operation during this year’s TT.

It also details the ways that residents can keep up to date with any changes to the schedule and receive up to the minute information including the official website (, the information line 685888 and the dedicated TT Radio Service run by Manx Radio on 1368AM.

The leaflet includes a comprehensive TT festival calendar covering all of the official activities including a full practice and race schedule, the Villa Marina music and comedy festival events, the air displays and the start times for all of the promenade activity.

It has been produced by The Isle of Man Government Department of Economic Development, in conjunction with the Department of Home Affairs and Department of Infrastructure.

Geoff Corkish (MBE, MHK, the political member for Isle of Man Tourism) says: "Our sole purpose in producing this guide is to help make sure that all of the Island’s residents have a handy reference guide to everything that they need to know about the TT."

"The TT relies hugely on the goodwill and support of our local people and we want everyone who lives on the Island to enjoy TT2010 with minimal disruption. I truly hope that the leaflet encourages as many people as possible to experience the many different aspects of the TT festival."

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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