Some of the biggest names in rock and pop will once again be appearing on The Isle of Wight during 2013, with visitors being encouraged to book early for some of the major festivals to avoid disappointment.
With gratitude we extend seasons wishes to all our readers, authors, and contributors from the Isle of Wight and beyond, who have supported the Island Pulse in 2012 and we look forward to a peaceful, productive 2013.
The story of Santa Claus and his history is important for every child and parent to know. Island Pulse website visitors from the Isle of Wight and beyond can watch the video.
Today, marks the start of Advent, not to be confused with commercial Advent calendars which begin on December 1st, the liturgical season can begin as early as November 27th..
This year there’s a simple way for children to get a letter from Father Christmas for FREE from the Royal Mail and the Royal National Institute for the Blind. We also bring news of a free online e-letter service.
Eco-conscious WOW Fest encourages a trend for Festival Tourism on the Isle of Wight. Organisers are pleased to announce that ‘WOW Fest’ was granted a Premises License, after a long hearing on Thursday this week, to run an annual global party in fields just outside Shanklin.
Why doesn’t a crab have a head? What is a Selkie? An Isle of Wight seaside story walk at Gurnard today might give you the answers.
BBC TV is intending to make a documentary about family holidays on the Isle of Wight. As more people are choosing to holiday at home the BBC want to make a programme to celebrate the traditional British holiday.