Friday, July 12, 2019

Scarecrow Festival

The Gatcombe and Chillerton annual Scarecrow Festival takes place from Saturday, May 25 to Saturday, June 1, with free admission. The festival has been running since 2010 and the Scarecrows...

Island youngsters show theirskills at National Octopush!

Three members of the junior Isle of Wight junior Underwater Hockey club attended this year’s Junior National tournament in Sheffield. Grace Cockayne joined forces with others in the under...

OSBORNE HORSE TRIALS

Osborne House 23rd - 24th July 2019 The competition at Osborne is a much shorter and fast-paced competition compared to traditional horse trials. This starts with a shorter dressage test which approximately...

IW Garlic Festival 2019

Since 1983, The Isle of Wight Garlic Festival has been held on the third weekend in August every year at our site at The Fighting Cocks Crossroads, just outside...

Isle of Wight Festival June 2019

It’s widely known that The Isle of Wight Festival is the first major festival in the UK summer calendar every year. But the Festival’s heritage reaches back over an...

All ages can enjoy the fun of cycling

With the new generation of electric bike now born, it is not only an inspiration to hop back on the saddle, it is also a pleasure to ride up...

Bug hunting and moth trapping on the Isle of Wight

What better way for you and your children to have fun on the Isle of Wight than with an enlightening day out hunting for bugs or trapping moths as...

Paddle Boarding

Combine surfing with kayaking and you’ve got stand up paddleboarding (SUP). SUP is the fastest- growing water sport in the world with gear sales up by about 200% in...

Arty artefacts inspired by the beach

Pip’s Beach is in East Cowes -  not by the sea, as the name might suggest, but in York Avenue. The shop is an unconventional, intriguing and slightly bonkers...
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