The Isle of Wight today announced plans to partner with BBC Earth Films and Twentieth Century Fox to bring Walking with Dinosaurs: The 3D Movie to the island this summer.
With February Half-term holidays upon us there is no better place to spend it than the Isle of Wight! There are some amazing events happening, with some great attractions and activities on offer for fun seekers and families alike!
Over 200 children roamed Dinosaur Isle on St Valentine’s Day when the BBC Earth Cube landed on the Isle of Wight. It was YouTubers Vs David Attenborough when the archives were opened up in the Earth Cube. The children went web-centric and create some crazy narration for ‘Walking with Dinosaurs’ clips in the sound booth.
Top Isle of Wight attractions Osborne House and Carisbrooke Castle have a host of activities lined up to keep the kids entertained this coming half term.
Plans to create a a potential new inland surfing facility on the Isle of Wight have been unveiled by the team behind The Wave: Bristol. Following a market review carried out by Colliers International, the team behind The Wave were approached last year by Wightlink and the Isle of Wight Council about the possibility of creating a site on the island.
After opening for business on 4th January, Race entries on (Monday 21st January) numbered 289. As ever, the Race organisers at the Island Sailing Club (ISC) in Cowes are taking a keen interest in who is signing up for the 82nd edition of this iconic Race.
We emerge, blinking, into 2013 on Monday 28 January offering you our signature combination of original music and home comforts (well, Quay Arts Cafe Bar comforts) and a superb line-up that sets the New Year bar rather high!
‘The Bandstand’ is back at the Isle of Wight Festival and once again will be run and programmed by Platform One College of Music. Platform One has been involved with the Festival since its rebirth in 2002 and specialises in the delivery of commercial music education on the Isle of Wight.