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In a groundbreaking move for the Isle of Man's online gambling industry, Conister Bank has announced the launch of the Island's first ever eGaming dedicated banking product.
As part of its ongoing commitment to supporting the local community, Conister Bank has extended its sponsorship of the ACE cards which give FREE access to all Manx National Heritage (MNH) attractions for all Isle of Man school-children up to 18 years of age in full time education. The 2012 ACE cards will be distributed from January by the Department of Education & Children via the schools.
On Sunday 30 October hundreds of local families went down to Cregneash for the annual Hop Tu Naa event. All Manx school-children were able to attend completely free of charge thanks to their Arts, Culture and Education (ACE) cards.
Conister Bank has announced its move to Victoria Street in the centre of Douglas. The bank, which was established on the Island in 1935, will be moving from its existing office at the Isle of Man Business Park to larger premises at Clarendon House from Monday 5 December 2011.
Conister Bank, is delighted to announce that, as part of their continued commitment to the Isle of Man youth, they are to sponsor and support a dedicated, local, young Mountain Bike rider Nicholas (Nick) Corlett, in his quest to secure a place within the British Cycling Olympic Talent Team.