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Anglican Church St John the Baptist, Oakfield with Holy Trinity, Ryde is an Anglican church with an open, friendly atmosphere where all are welcome.
The BYCC is a versatile WiFi-enabled location, ideal for corporate events, private parties, receptions,charity events, awards and presentation evenings, sports and social events, music events, exhibitions and workshops. The main hall currently accommodates many weekly classes including badminton, children’s dance, kettlebell workout, art and zumba. The BYCC hosts many family friendly events throughout the year including an Easter Party, Halloween Horror night and a Christmas event. Other events include live music nights, race nights and karaoke.
Whippingham Community Hall The Hall is run by the Whippingham Community Association (WCA) Management Committee. It provides a large main room, two smaller rooms that connect with the main hall and a kitchen. For more information contact the Booking Officer. It’s also possible to hire the Hall for parties and after discussion it may be possible to bring in your own bouncy castle. Bookings for the Community Centre can be made by calling (01983) 290183
For over 15 years, Wootton Bridge Community Centre has been offering the local community a convenient venue for events, occasions and meetings along with providing a location for a range of both adults and children’s activities. Our community centre is run by committee members who pride themselves on helping the community centre to flourish whilst encouraging young and older residents of Wootton Bridge to get involved. The community centre is a fantastic way to get to know the community whether you would like to join the social club or get involved with a group activity such as Zumba. The community centre is available for hire for a range of occasions including exhibitions, receptions, children and family events. We provide Disabled Access too.
Wootton Bridge Community Centre, Brannon Way, Wootton Bridge, PO33 4NW
Chillerton Village Hall is available to rent. This recently renovated community building has a well equipped kitchen and disabled toilet facility. It’s perfect for parties, meetings, rehearsals and exercise classes. Situated in the middle of the village, the hall can cater for a maximum of 50 people. Bookings are based on morning, afternoon or evening sessions, costing £10 per session, with discounts available for local residents. To find out more or make a booking, call 07732 759 531 or (01983) 721519 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Salvation Army, Isle of Wight Corps – we are a lively church fellowship with lots of activities going on for people of all ages.
Educating & supporting both the private and public sectors. Accredited and certificated courses; first aid, medical emergencies, manual handling, driver training and more. Delivered by fully qualified professional NHS Ambulance Tutors, in a relaxed learning environment.
We are a science & art collaboration between ecological consultants Arc Consulting and public artists Eccleston George. We formed in 2015 with the mission to create a new architectural grammar of ornament & design for the built environment that speaks to wildlife and people equally. Our first joint ‘real space’ project as Artecology won a Big Biodiversity Challenge Award 2016.
Arc Consulting is at the forefront of new thinking in environmental consultancy, integrating ecology, landscape, communities and development to shape better, more sustainable places. Arc Consulting Isle of Wight Ltd is a company registered in England and Wales (number 8823037) For more information please email Claire@arc-consulting.co.uk or Sam@arc-consulting.co.uk Working together with Artecology
The Office of Lord-Lieutenant, The Queen’s Representative in each county of the United Kingdom, has existed for more than four centuries. Today Lieutenancies reflect a modern world very different from their military origins and provide a ceremonial presence on behalf of the Monarch and also a non-political focus for voluntary and charitable activity. On the Isle of Wight and with the support of his Deputy Lieutenants, Major General Martin White has fulfilled that role since 2006.
The Oddfellows fosters the kind of community spirit that many of us look back on with fondness. It’s a society made up of ordinary people from all walks of life, who help each other where they can and enjoy themselves as much as they can. We run a varied programme of social events from coffee mornings to days out, cards to ten pin bowling.
Our Services: Did you know that most of our work takes place in people’s own homes? On any one day, we support around 650 people across the Island community, visiting them in their homes (as well as care homes) to help relieve physical and psychological symptoms, caring for them through the last years of life and supporting those around them to cope through their bereavement. We also have our own Domiciliary Care service, which helps people stay independent by providing personal care services such as help with dressing, washing and taking medication. Backing up our community service is our 16-bed ward in our Newport hospice building where people are also provided with outstanding care and support. Additionally, our psychosocial and spiritual care team provides psychological support including pre and post bereavement support; our John Cheverton Centre, where we deliver a wide range of day and outpatient services, also offers a community space for social events, as well as rooms for patients to receive treatment, art and music therapy and a rehabilitation gym. We also have a team of experts in end of life care based at St Mary’s Hospital which helps and supports patients to choose where they want to […]
CHATTY/FRIENDLY/NO FEARS/RUBBER BRIDGE (Every Tuesday at Seagrove Pavilion from 1.30pm – 4.30pm)We started at the Pavilion in September 2013 and quickly developed as players were struck by being able to play a serious game of bridge but in a friendly and helpful environment. This prompted us to test the water in creating training sessions for those who wished to learn the game and we are now with our 4th class with the other 3 having integrated into our full sessions. You don’t need a partner and beverages and biscuits provided and a great afternoon of bridge for just ?2. All newcomers welcome. Average 5 to 8 tables per session. The Seagrove Pavilion is located at Seagrove Recreation Ground off Seagrove Farm Road, Seaview, PO34 5HL (Follow the signs for Seaview Football Club)
Rookley Village Hall is available to hire for various activities. Facilities include wheelchair access and accessible toilets, a kitchen equipped with cooker, fridge microwave dishwasher crockery etc., approximately 70 chairs and 20 tables, electric night storage heaters. There is ample parking. The main room is 20ft x 40ft and has a capacity of 70. There are two large changing rooms with showers and one small “referee’s changing room” with toilet and shower. Please be aware that the hall is not suitable for teenage parties. To enquire about hiring the hall, please contact Liz Wills on 07903 014 543 or 01983 721275.
St Olave’s church was first built in the 13th century to serve the Estur family of Gatcombe house as a chapel. Later the Worsley family owned the manor and gave money to support the church. St Olave was a king of Norway in the 11th century. He was killed in battle. It is not known why he is the patron saint of this church. Much has changed and been added since the original chapel was built. The tower was a 15th century addition. There are three large 17th century bells reached via a spiral staircase. Below the tower parapet and south door are grotesque carvings. Buttresses were added over many years to help stabilize the walls. In 1910 the porch was rebuilt. The interior vaulting in the church is of modern origin. To the left of the south door is a stained glass window with an angel on a wheel, said to be the oldest window on the Isle of Wight. The windows in chancel and over the pulpit are by William Morris and his group. The chancel furniture is modern, while the table on the right side of the altar is Jacobean. There are two monuments in the church. […]
Knight’s Court sheltered housing complex is home to various community activities: Townswomen’s Guild – (speakers, outings and study groups) meet on the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 2.15pm. For further details call Jeanette Walters on (01983) 855892. IOW Physically Disabled Society – Ventnor Group (Ventnor & Wroxall residents welcome) spring & summer outings. Annual subscription fee £5 / £3.50 teas / £6.50 lunches. Call Mrs Margaret Mieville on (01983) for more details or visit IOW Physically Disabled Society – Ventnor Group
The Parish Room at St Wilfrid’s Catholic Church (far end of car park, through gate) is the venue for The Bonchurch Social Club. All Ventnor residents are welcome. We meet on Monday’s from 7.30pm – 9pm, although we are currently on a break and will re-start end of September 2017. The cost is £3 to join / £1.50 for weekly meetings (£2 non-members) Come along and find out more. . .
St. Boniface Church, Bonchurch is a parish church located in Bonchurch, Isle of Wight. Activities include: Coffee Morning – popular, stalls, cakes and refreshments on sale, held on the 1st Tuesday of the month 10am – 12pm. (Free) Sewing Bee – crafts and chat. (bring your own project to work on) held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month 2pm – 4pm. (cost £1)
St Catherine’s Church – Ventnor Activities include: The Hub Coffee Shop – social hub, all welcome, Monday – Saturday 10.30am – 12.30pm. (cost of refreshments only) The Undercliff Singers – on Tuesdays from 7.30pm. (Call Rev. Hugh Wright on 01983 853729 for further details)
Ventnor Baptist Church – Sunday Service – 10.30am – 12 noon Activities for the Community include: Drop in Lunch Group – Wednesdays 12 – 2pm, Free, call Mike on (01983) 856930 Platinum – church based senior group – on the first Tuesday of the month 2.30pm – 4pm, call (01983) 855012 Needlework and crafts group – (bring project or join group activities) Thursdays 10am – 12pm, call Anne on (01983) 854647 SingAbout – fun singing group on Fridays 10.30am – 12.30pm, Free, call Independent Arts on (01983) 822437