Fundraisers from different organisations across the Isle of Wight, have come together to organise a special one off auction in aid of Lottie Rann, the little girl from Niton who was struck down by Meningitis for the second time last year leaving her paralysed from the neck down.
Portsmouth High School is delighted to host an Education Forum at Quay Arts, Newport, Isle of Wight, on Thursday 21st March 2013 at 6.30 pm.
The Yarmouth Carnival Annual Duck Race will be held on Easter Saturday Saturday (30th March) at 4.30pm, when 1000 bright yellow plastic ducks, all numbered, will be released into the River Yar.
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!
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.
For one day only the Independent Lifeboat Crews of the United Kingdom will be joining forces from Friday 15th February to raise awareness for the lifeboat stations that operate outside the auspices of the RNLI.
Red Funnel has helped the Isle of Wight Zoo to welcome a new addition this week – a six year old white lioness named Frosty! Frosty will be given her own accommodation to begin with, and joins Casper, the white male lion already living among the zoo’s collection.
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.