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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.
Isle of Wight shops and shopping – online A variety of local Isle of wight Shops & Sellers Isle of Wight shops and shopping include Cottage industry, handmade, arts, crafts, gifts, local produce and high street shops Find the location and items that you want from local sellers and local shops Contact the seller to make an enquiry, Visit them or order for collection or delivery. Find it local Wightshops has many useful and unique features, Like ‘Find products, or shops, by distance’ Simply enter a location to see the products, shops & sellers nearest to you. With local shops and sellers Islandwide, Wightshops must surely be the best way to shop local.
The Digital Inclusion Project can help you with: 1-1 support tailored to your needs at Age UKIW with your laptop, iPad, tablet, smart phone etc. ‘iPad café’ courses Tailored courses Community ‘drop-in’ support sessions 1-1 help at home Basic technical home support with Wi-Fi, printers, software installation, etc. Support to make an informed decision on purchasing a device Service is available to anyone over 50 Some charges apply for certain services, please enquire for details To enquire about the Digital Inclusion Project please contact Daniel Taylor, our Digital Inclusion IT Tutor, on (01983) 525282 or email: email@example.com.
All Saints, Gurnard and Cowes St Faith’s is a Church of England parish located on the Isle of Wight, just west of Cowes. The parish has a church and a small garden room.
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.
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
Despite its name, the civil parish of Arreton contains a lot more than Arreton village. It also contains Merstone, Blackwater, Horringford, Hale Common, Budbridge, Newport Golf Club and much of the land between Long Lane and Blackwater Road. That adds up to a significant area of land for which the Parish Council must try to provide a good service. The parish has a relatively small population, which should mean that individuals can make their voices heard. Clerk: Sheila Caws
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.
Developed as a church in 1840 by the architect Thomas Hellyer, the building was formally called Holy Trinity, and was the first parish church in Ryde. The building has a rich Christian heritage with great architecture and contains impressive stained glass windows that were produced by James Powell and Sons as well as Francis Skeat. A community group took ownership of the site and renovations quickly took place, with volunteers doing the majority of the work. They now see well in excess of 1000 people walk through the doors every week for various groups and activities. The building now functions as a community centre and venue for local events, and is now well established as Aspire Ryde. Click here for our calendar of events
The Beckford Centre £5 Annual Membership Fee (And £2.50 per session) The groups currently available are: “The Island’s Past History” on Monday’s at 10 -12 pm “Art for All” on Monday’s and Thursday’s 1.30 – 4 pm “Crafty Cowes” on Tuesday’s 10 -12 pm Stitchcraft – sewing group on Tuesday’s 2 – 4pm. “Social Discussion Group” Thursday’s 10 – 12 pm Social Photography group meets fortnightly on a Wednesday from 2 – 4pm. All are run by friendly people who welcome any newcomers. If you are interested please phone for more information or just turn up. E-mail address, firstname.lastname@example.org Jane Dixon Chairman/Secretary.
The Bembridge Men’s Shed has been meeting for several months at the Scout Hut in Mitten Road, Bembridge
Parish Office: 5 Foreland Road, Bembridge, PO35 5XN The office opens Monday to Friday 9.30am to 12.30pm
Large Hall with sound loop, fully functioning stage, lighting and seating for 130 people. Disabled access and toilets. Fully equipped kitchen. (with crockery available) Small hall suitable for meetings, classes etc. Full central heating. For bookings or further information please call 01983 872781.
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.
A basic venue suitable for parties etc. You must provide your own catering and bar, however there is plenty of space for a band or a disco with reasonable access to the building. There is a kitchen area and a full bar adjacent (by arrangement) plus plenty of tables and chairs to hire although you remain responsible for setting up and taking down furniture plus cleaning of the hall afterwards. For Bookings or enquiries please call Elaine or Pat on 07903 559 692
Brading Residents Action Group is involved in all aspects of the Brading community, including planning, mediation and social events. B.R.A.G. hopes to foster a community spirit and unite the residents of Brading and make our town a pleasant, safe and friendly place to live, work and to visit.
Brading Town Council serves the residents of Brading. The area of Brading is covered by two tiers of local government; Isle of Wight Council and Brading Town Council. The Brading Town Council works in partnership with the Isle of Wight Council, as well as other relevant public service agencies and volunteer organisations to achieve positive results for our area. Please feel free to contact the Town Clerk and staff at the Brading Centre. They will be happy to advise you on any questions or enquiries you may have.