Isle of Wight Holiday Entertainment
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.
In a modern age where the search for love is often confined to the internet and the closest most people get to a romantic love letter is a few lines of a text message, there is an unlikely new contender stepping forward as a hotbed for romance on Valentine’s weekend.
The all-new official Cowes website has launched and the Cowes Port Handbook & Directory will be ready in March 2011. After the regrettable demise of previous publishing partner The Knowledge Zone, Cowes Harbour Commission
Osborne House will offer a glimpse into the nineteenth century holiday season when it takes on a festive Victorian scene – complete with Christmas trees, Dickensian characters and traditional entertainments – during a Victorian Christmas weekend on the Isle of Wight.
The Isle of Wight Autumn Walking Weekend has proved as popular as ever with hundreds of people travelling to the Island to take part in what is becoming a firm fixture in the Isle of Wight and UK’s outdoor events calendar.
Cowes Christmas Carnival 18th December 2010: The parade travels through various streets before entering High Street where Husky dogs will race. Judging 6.30pm, carnival begins 7.00pm.
The Island Pulse team have launched another exciting string to our website. Daily news of events taking place on the Isle of Wight are now available to view via our Island Pulse Calendar.
Fabio Buzzi and Hannes Bohinc – two of the world’s great powerboating adversaries – will go head to head at this year’s British Powerboat Festival in Cowes. Fabio and Hannes will be racing in the Cowes 100 for the Harmsworth Trophy, one of the oldest and most coveted trophies in motorsport…