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Ballabeg in the region of is a place in Isle of Man - some 9 mi or ( 14 km ) South-West of Douglas , the country's capital city .

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Time in Ballabeg is now 11:55 PM (Saturday) . The local timezone is named " Europe/Isle of Man " with a UTC offset of 0 hours. Depending on your budget, these more prominent locations might be interesting for you: Sheffield, Oxford, Manchester, Liverpool, and Holyhead. Since you are here already, consider visiting Sheffield . We saw some hobby film on the internet . Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation. Where to go and what to see in Ballabeg ? We have collected some references on our attractions page.


Guitar: Ilkla Moor Baht'at

4:26 min by threelegsoman
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Ilkla Moor Baht'at is a traditional Yorkshire song (sung in a West Riding dialect) and means Ilkley Moor without your hat. Moorlands are areas prone to sudden dramatic changes in weather and temperatu ..

Guitar: Lavender Cowboy

2:05 min by threelegsoman
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I am not quite sure where I found this song, but have known it for many years, long before the film 'Brokeback Mountain'. In the days of 'The Wild West', from time to time, young men from the eastern ..

5-string Banjo: Camptown Races (Including lyrics and chords)

2:32 min by threelegsoman
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Another Stephen Foster song, the following history comes from Wikipedia: "Camptown Races", sometimes referred to as "Camptown Ladies", is a comic song in African American Vernacular English dialect. I ..

12-string Guitar and Harmonica: Cotton-eyed Joe (Including lyrics and chords)

1:50 min by threelegsoman
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A one-hit wonder from a group called Rednex, this is another song from the repertoire of Burl Ives. It is a lively song, but the subject is not so. It comes from the days of slavery when a white man c ..

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Arbory (parish)

Arbory is a parish in the Isle of Man. The name is derived from "Kirk Cairbre". It forms part of the sheading of Rushen in the south of the island, and its main settlements are Colby and Ballabeg (where the parish church is located). Arbory parish has a population of 1,747 (census 2011).

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Located at 54.11 -4.69 (Lat./Long.); Less than 1 km away
Tags: Parishes of the Isle of Man

Rushen (sheading)

Rushen is a sheading in the Isle of Man. The sheading comprises the southernmost portion of the island. It includes the parishes of Rushen, Arbory and Malew. The only village of any size in the sheading is Ballasalla. The sheading also includes Ronaldsway airport and the South Barrule.

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Located at 54.12 -4.68 (Lat./Long.); Less than 2 km away
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Castletown Metropolitan F.C

Castletown Metropolitan F.C. are a football club from Castletown on the Isle of Man. They compete in the Isle of Man Football League and wear a red and white kit. They play their home games at Malew Road in Castletown.

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Located at 54.08 -4.66 (Lat./Long.); Less than 3 km away
Tags: 1904 establishments in the Isle of Man, Football clubs in the Isle of Man


Malew is a parish in the Isle of Man. It is in the sheading of Rushen together with the neighbouring parishes of Rushen and Arbory. Malew parish covers an area from Langness Peninsula and Scarlett up to Foxdale, and includes the villages of Ballasalla, St Mark's and Derbyhaven. The area includes both Ronaldsway and Balthane Industrial estates and the Isle of Man Airport. Geographically it also includes Castletown, but that town is administered separately.

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Located at 54.10 -4.64 (Lat./Long.); Less than 3 km away
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Rushen Abbey

Rushen Abbey was an abbey on the Isle of Man, located near Ballasalla. Originally home for monks of the Savignac order, it soon came under Cistercian control and remained so until its dissolution. The abbey is located two miles from Castle Rushen; the most important political entity on the island in medieval times. The abbey was founded in 1134, under King Olaf I's control. He granted the land to Savignac monks from Furness Abbey.

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Located at 54.10 -4.64 (Lat./Long.); Less than 3 km away
Tags: Christian monasteries established in the 12th century, Cistercian monasteries, Religious organizations established in the 1130s, Visitor attractions in the Isle of Man

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