Glen Vine

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Glen Vine
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Road along the edge of the village
Glen Vine is located in Isle of Man
Glen Vine
Glen Vine
Location within the Isle of Man
Population(2006 Census)
OS grid referenceSC333786
Crown dependencyIsle of Man
Post townISLE OF MAN
Postcode districtIM4
Dialling code01624
PoliceIsle of Man
FireIsle of Man
AmbulanceIsle of Man
House of KeysMiddle
List of places
Isle of Man
54°10′34″N 4°33′19″W / 54.176°N 4.5554°W / 54.176; -4.5554Coordinates: 54°10′34″N 4°33′19″W / 54.176°N 4.5554°W / 54.176; -4.5554

Glen Vine (Manx: Glion Vian) is a small village on the Isle of Man in the parish of Marown. The village is also a point on the Isle of Man TT course.

The Church of England parish church for Marown is St Runius church in Glen Vine. In 1844, Phillip Killey, who was later to be a Captain of the Parish in Marown, donated land adjoining his estate on the main road between Glen Vine and Crosby for the building of a new church and the foundation stone was laid in 1849. The church, which was designed by the architect Ewan Christian, was consecrated in 1859. A new vestry was added in 1899 and a new roof in 1958, with the south transept eventually converted into a meeting room.[1][2]

The parish primary school, Marown Primary School, was built in the 1980s, and is located in Glen Vine. The school was expanded in 2001.[3]


  1. ^ "Captain of the Parish - Marown". Manx Heritage Foundation. Archived from the original on 11 October 2008. Retrieved 28 October 2008.
  2. ^ "Marown parish". 2000. Retrieved 28 October 2008.
  3. ^ "Marown Primary School". Isle of Man Schools. Archived from the original on 10 January 2010. Retrieved 28 October 2008.