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Cowes Rotary Club was first formed in the 1920’s, the Club was closed during the Second World War and was not restarted until 1965.
‘Dino Islands’ takes players on a prehistoric adventure into a land of dinosaurs with waterfalls, smoking volcanoes and animatronic dinosaurs.
Idea: We hope to build a new Men’s Shed to benefit the community in the parish of Nettlestone & Seaview on the Isle of Wight.
The Isle of Wight Area of the Ramblers has 540 members in 2 groups – The Isle of Wight Group and Wight Sole Group (mainly for the 20 to 40 age group).
Newchurch Male Voice Choir sing for the enjoyment of singing but also to raise money for charity. We practice each Friday evening at 7.25 pm in the Parish Hall High St. Newchurch.
We are a small village pub offering good traditional pub food, a wide selection of wines,beers,ales, spirits, soft drinks & hot drinks all set in a warm and friendly atmosphere.
We are an independent family business with a mission to bring you top quality simple food at a great value price.
One of the island’s favourite beaches and biggest expanses of open downland. Spend a day at one of the Isle of Wight’s favourite spots. From beach to open downland, there’s plenty of space to explore, search for fossils, spot local wildlife, surf, cycle and ride your horse.
An impressive flank of open downland Take a walk, bring a picnic or try something more adventurous – there’s so much to see and do on a day out at Chillerton Down. Chillerton Down and the land around Gatcombe Village is a beautiful area of downland, farmed and wooded valleys hidden away in the middle of the Isle of Wight. It is partly owned by us and partly protected by our covenants to preserve the beauty of the landscape.
A Victorian fort gradually being restored and dramatic chalk cliffs, open downland and coastal views. Resembling from the distance a grassy mound, Bembridge Fort on the Isle of Wight has long been a subject of interest to both local people and holidaymakers. Now thanks to the support of two groups of volunteers you are able to see inside this Victorian fort and to discover its history.
Dramatic views from the highest point on the Island. It’ll take more than one visit to admire Adonis blue butterflies on Bonchurch Down, witness the wonderful show of bluebells or the blooming heather of Luccombe Down, spot our herd of feral goats or look up for buzzards and ravens soaring over the steep slopes, but you can always try!
Paths wind through ancient oak woodland with sunny glades. Borthwood Copse changes with the seasons and is a lovely place to walk at any time of year. Why not explore this wonderful site yourself? It’s a great place to celebrate the great outdoors. Why not try our red squirrel walk? This 1¼-mile walk takes you through the beautiful ancient woodland of Borthwood Copse, an excellent place to spot red squirrels throughout the year. In spring the woodland floor is carpeted with bluebells. Red squirrels are most active and visible in autumn.
National Trust, Tennyson Down, Totland Bay, Isle of Wight, PO39 0JH
A wild rocky coast with jutting cliffs, a windswept down and sheltered wooded valley. Built in the 14th century, high on a hill overlooking Chale Bay on the Isle of Wight, St Catherine’s Oratory is the stuff of colourful legend involving the Lord of the Manor. Known locally as the ‘Pepperpot’, we look after all that remains of the Oratory in partnership with English Heritage.
St Catherines Down, National Trust, Blackgang, Isle of Wight, PO38 2JB
St Helens Duver is a lovely place to relax or gently wander. There are sandy beaches, rock pools, sand dunes and coastal woods all within a small area. There is easy access from the car park onto the Duver with its short turf and gently undulating ground and views over Bembridge Harbour. The beach is also very close at hand and although it can get quite busy in the summer there’s space for everyone if you wander further along the shore. The Duver has an interesting history as a Victorian golf course with royal patronage. But now it is a fascinating place to look for wildlife from burrowing digger wasps to wasp spiders, and tiny flowers or water birds over the harbour.
The Isle of Wight Reptilarium and Terrapin sanctuary is a brand new zoological attraction located at Fort Victoria country park, Yarmouth, Isle of Wight. Housing over 30 displays of live reptiles, amphibians and Invertebrates set in the brick arches of the Historic Victorian Fort. Admission Fees. Adult (16 Years +) £5.00 Child (3 years+) £3.50 Cash, Debit, Credit Card, Contactless Accepted
Our plans are to lease one of the main hangars at Sandown Airport and convert this into our first aviation museum. This will allow us to both build our collection and establish the museum as a viable tourist attraction. Positioned close to the airport Control Tower and Bistro, the museum will be a short distance from the parking facilities. The airport is located on the main route between Newport & Sandown and is in the ideal position for attracting visitors. The airport is also home to Airframe Assemblies one of the worlds leading Spitfire and classic war bird restoration companies and these aircraft are regular visitors to the airfield. The museum will be free to enter and staffed by volunteers, enabling maximum access to all visitors.
POO MUSEUM IS CLOSED WHILE WE MOVE TO NEW PREMISES. WE WILL RE-OPEN THERE DURING SUMMER 2019. Find out more here. The National Poo Museum was created by Daniel Roberts, Nigel George and Dave Badman from the Eccleston George collective of artists and social entrepreneurs on the Isle of Wight. We launched with “Poo at the Zoo” at Sandown, Isle of Wight on March 25 2016. It was a joint event with Isle of Wight Zoo. This exhibition was open to zoo visitors over the spring and summer 2016. We found a beautiful new site for a permanent exhibition in Sandown, Isle of Wight. It opened in April 2018.
Anglican Church St John the Baptist, Oakfield with Holy Trinity, Ryde is an Anglican church with an open, friendly atmosphere where all are welcome.