Bee Gees' Isle of Man home celebrated with blue plaque

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The Bee Gees' childhood home in the Isle of Man has been celebrated with the installation of a blue plaque.

The plaque was unveiled at number 50, St Catherine's Drive in Douglas by Robin Gibb's son, Robin-John.

The house was home to all three Gibb brothers before the family moved to Manchester in the 1950s.

Robin Gibb's wife, Dwina, who also attended the event, said: "It is very emotional to see the plaque- Robin brought me here many, many times."

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