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Michael Street
Celtic Gold
5 Michael Street, Peel IM5 1HA
Celtic Gold
Pictured: Joy Wells Natasha Sharp Shannon Hogan
  Proprietor/kilt maker Sales assistant Sales assistant
Sales: Jewellery, souvenirs, Manx and Celtic goods, kilts, Manx tartan goods & manufacturing of kilts and jewellery
Year established on current premises: 1985
Previously based elsewhere: Tynwald Mills, St Johns, then Market Street, Peel
Total staff: 7
Full-time: 3
Part-time: 4
Job roles: jeweller, kiltmaker, director and bookkeeping, pt jeweller, 2 pt shop sales, pt asst kilt maker, temporary student/trainee on manufacturing work
No. staff live in Peel: 2
No. staff live outside Peel: 5
Previous use of premises: "One of oldest buildings on the Island", previously jewellery, electrical goods: Peak and Hall in 1960s, (John Hall, still resident in Peel). Howard Hugh ("resident ghost") had second hand shop and was also the cinematographer at Albert Hall (location for Empire Garage, Promenade). Source: Malcolm Wells, current proprietor.
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