Village hosts range of activities
Workshops, parades, music and dancing are all promised today (Saturday) at the first annual 'Festival of Returning Light' in the south of the Island.
A celebration of St Bridget's Day and the beginning of spring, it's been organised by Port Erin Commissioners.
Starting at 10am, there's a chance for the public to make reed crosses and willow lanterns in the waiting room at the Railway Station in the village.
From 6.30pm, there'll be a torch-lit parade from the station to the beach where there'll be Manx folk music and dance followed by a fire display to represent the returning light of spring.
Organisers are promising a fun day out for all the family, as well as some great photo opportunities.