So who won the ipad or iphone and will we ever find out? Have you recently been targeted in a bogus giveaway that offered the opportunity to win an ipad.
On Saturday, the largest gathering of Salsa dancers on the Isle of Wight since last summer, raised £319 for Ryde Inshore Rescue, as part of the independent lifeboats “Go Orange” appeal to support independent lifeboat stations.
Why we are glad our son picked an apprenticeship and not university. Like most teenagers, our son Connor was not sure what career path he wanted to take. Wanting to find out more about his options,
Were you alone on Saint Valentine’s Day? Do you need to brush up on your flirting skills; have more fun communicating with other – especially those you fancy! If you said ‘Yes’ then come to The Grange, Shanklin this weekend for our Valentine’s Flirtshop.
The Isle of Wight Council, has announced it is pressing ahead with plans to invest £3 million of tax payer money in rural broadband. Responding to this announcement, John Irvine, CEO of WightFibre said the council’s broadband plan is flawed.
Hampshire Police and Crime Commissioner Simon Hayes hosted his last major public consultation event on Saturday, February 2, prior to finalising his Police and Crime Plan.
Big Brother returns in 2013 and people from the Isle of Wight could be just what we’re looking for.
The BAE Employees Charity Committee donated an incredible two trolley loads of food and a very generous cheque of £250 to Isle of Wight Foodbank just before Christmas.