Hovertravel has teamed up with eco-friendly clothes brand, Rapanui, to offer customers a lunch time meal deal and 20% off Rapanui clothing when travelling on the hovercraft.
Details are due to be agreed on how the Isle of Wight Council will spend a £3.95 million government grant focused on boosting ‘green’ tourism on the Island.
The Isle of Wight Council has received a double boost in its efforts to support the green economy. The council has secured nearly £700,000 of European money to help finance the necessary preparatory works for its Solent Offshore Energy Centre (SOEC)
Pupils from Northwood Primary School in East Cowes have been given the tools to grow their own food with a donation by The Southern Co-operative.
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Eco-Fashion brand Rapanui, teamed up with Hovertravel to bring passengers the first ever cat walk fashion show on a hovercraft.
The Footprint Trust has praised young people for coming out in strength and giving practical help on one of the Island’ most popular beauty spots.
As seen on Facebook… “Having been nominated as Team Green Britain Heroes, we really want to be crowned as Champions and bring sustainability home to the Isle of Wight.”