Department of Community, Culture and Leisure (Isle of Man)

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Department of Community, Culture and Leisure
Department overview
Formed 1 April 2010
Preceding Department Department of Tourism and Leisure
Jurisdiction Isle of Man
Headquarters Illiam Dhone House
2 Circular Road
Douglas, Isle of Man
Employees 408
Annual budget £26m (2011-2012)
Minister responsible Graham Cregeen MHK, Minister for Community, Culture and Leisure
Department executive Nick Black, Chief Executive Officer
Website www.gov.im/dccl
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The Department of Community, Culture and Leisure (often abbreviated to DCCL) is one of nine departments of the Isle of Man Government. It was created on 1 April 2010 taking over the leisure functions from the former Department of Tourism and Leisure along with the community and culture functions from various other departments.

The current Minister for Community, Culture and Leisure is Hon Chris Robertshaw MHK.

Functions[edit]

Community[edit]

Culture[edit]

  • Manx culture
  • Arts
    • Management of the Villa Marina complex

Leisure[edit]

Non Governmental agencies reporting to the DCCL[edit]

  • Arts Council
  • Manx National Heritage
  • Manx Heritage Foundation
  • Office of Fair Trading
  • Sports Council
  • Swimming Pool Authorities

Ministers for Community, Culture and Leisure[edit]