Thanks to Clare Griffin for sending Island Pulse her photos of the Freshwater Diamond Day held at West Wight Sports Centre and playing field. Estimated about 1000 people attended throughout the day. And it didn’t rain at all – a great day
Today sees the start of the first ever UK National Photography Month. No matter where you are across the Isle of Wight, there are going to be plenty of opportunities and events to get some great pictures to ‘capture and keep’ .
British film director Ken Russell, has died at the age of 84. His son, Alex Verney-Elliott, told the BBC he died in hospital on Sunday following a series of strokes.
Due to the recent months high temperatures nature has given the Isle of Wight a much longer show of toadstools, which are currently thriving in unseasonably mild but damp weather conditions.
The Isle of Wight hovercraft service is running again after safety concerns caused its temporary suspension on Friday evening. Many thanks to photographer John Graney for sending images to Island Pulse of the first Hovercraft flight on Monday.