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The Isle of Wight Council Adult Community Learning Service (ACL) supports opportunities for Adults aged 19+ to develop new interests, skills or just have fun.
At West Wight Men In Sheds, we look upon our Shed as a collective noun for a group of men working towards a common goal. Our shed is primarily (but not exclusively) aimed at men aged 18+.
The Freshwater Lifeboat Station is owned and operated by the Freshwater Independent Lifeboat Service and is located in the village of Freshwater, on the Isle of Wight in the United Kingdom.
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
Driftwood Line Dance Club Join us for a friendly social evening in Freshwater. Holding classes for Beginners, improvers and intermediate dancers. Everyone welcome, come along and give us a try. Classes held on a Tuesday at 6pm – 7.30pm and 7.30pm – 9pm (please call for details) (Address is for contact only, not venue)
Freshwater Parish Hall Victoria Road ,Freshwater, PO40 9PP Activities: (Subject to change) Square Dancing every Monday from 7pm – 9pm (Cost £2.50, call Albert on 01983 565718) DanceMakers every Thursday from 10.30am – 12pm (Free, call Michelle on 01983 754189) Women’s Institute (WI) 2nd Thursday of the month from 7pm onwards (call 01983 524716)
Bridge for Beginners Now looking for those with experience who would mentor whilst playing at a table and new participants at entry level. Every Wednesday at West Wight Sports & Community Centre between 2pm and 4pm. Cost: £2.00 cash / turn up and play.
Want to know what’s going on in YOUR area? Free Information handed out to people aged 50+ about Social Activities. Where do I go locally for Coffee Mornings, Knitting Groups, Singing Groups, Table Tennis and other activities including Volunteering? Please drop into Freshwater Library on the First Friday of every month between 10am and 12 noon. Please refer to the image.
The Games Lounge 50+ Please refer to the image. Monday’s – 1pm to 4pm (except Bank Holidays) Free Refreshments & Play on paying the entrance fee. (£2 per session, cash only) Activities include: Air Hockey, Pool, Table Football, Table Tennis, Darts, Board Games and Your Ideas! Please drop in.
Tae Kwon-Do literally means the art of the foot and fist. It is a Korean martial art which although having its roots in the ancient Orient, was developed in its present form in the middle of the last century. Inaugurated in 1955 by its founder General Choi Hong Hi, Tae Kwon-Do was introduced into this country in 1967. By using the various techniques in Tae Kwon-Do you will learn how to deal with a violent situation, blocking or evading the opponents attack and effectively counter attacking. Although chiefly known for the high kicking techniques of Tae Kwon-Do, it also incorporates punches and strikes, blocks and releases and even pressure points, locks and throws. For Venues Across the Island Please Click on the Link Below. List of Venues and Times
Hong Kong Express in Freshwater offers a both a fully licensed Chinese Restaurant and a convenient café bar. The Freshwater Hong Kong Express is easily found on School Green Road and offers a great English Café menu in addition to the full Chinese eat-in and takeaway menu. You can book tables online now or stroll in at anytime. We look forward to welcoming you. Click Here for our Ryde Restaurant Click Here for our Newport Restaurant
The Parish is now a thriving rural community with a population of almost 5,400. The economy is mainly agricultural and tourism based with a small number of manufacturing and service companies. The village has two banks and a Post Office in the large Co-Operative supermarket. There is also a sports centre which is the West Wight Sports and Community Centre. The village has two banks and a Post Office in the large Co-Operative supermarket. There is also a sports centre which is the West Wight Sports and Community Centre. Click here to visit their website. There are two small supermarkets and enough other businesses to make the village almost self-sufficient. Clerk: Michael Mills
Visitors can expect a warm welcome from the worshipping community, which is known for its strong friendships and mutual support. The church building is up a quiet road close to Freshwater Bay, one of the most beautiful parts of the Island and not far from Dimbola Lodge (home of the Museum and Gallery of the celebrated Victorian photographer Julia Margaret Cameron). The church holds a weekly Bible Study group, which moves around various homes, and a monthly Prayer Meeting, on the second Monday of each month. We are part of Churches Together in West Wight, sharing in various activities and hosting a united service each year.
Here at Freshwater Early Years Centre we aim to provide a happy, safe, caring environment where our children are encouraged to meet their full potential in all areas of development. All our staff are highly qualified in the Early Years foundation stage and hold current Paediatric first aid certificates. Our Pre-School is open from 8.45am until 2.45pm during term time. We also offer a breakfast and afterschool club 7.45am – 8.45am and 2.45pm – 3.30pm. We also run holiday clubs during half terms, Easter and the four middle weeks of the summer holidays. The holiday clubs offer a variety of activities and caters for children aged 2-7 years. The clubs run from 8.30am – 3.30pm subject to demand. The prices for holiday clubs is £4.00 per child per hour. We are closed for 2 weeks over Christmas, and the first and last week of the summer holidays.
Home to a cracking pint of ale and delicious home-cooked food, The Vine Inn is a cosy high-street pub in the town of Freshwater, on the western coast of the Isle of Wight. Seasonal, local produce makes the pub a favoured destination for diners all over the isle.
Freshwater Methodist Church Community Hall We offer the following activities: (subject to changes) Oasis Café: Every Monday 10am – 12pm (Call Mike on 07582 054201) Women’s Institute (WI) Second Tuesday of the month 2pm onwards (Call 01983 524716) Blokes, Bacon Butties & Banter: Every 4th Wednesday of the month from 10.30am – 12.30pm. (Call Mike on 07582 054201) Table Tennis: Every Thursday 5pm – 7pm (Call David on 01983 760063) Action on Hearing Loss: Second Thursday of the month 2pm – 4pm: (Call 01983 529533) Drop in Free.
The library provides a safe and welcoming space in the heart of the village. As well as providing the usual library facilities we also accommodate the Freshwater Help Centre. The library is supported locally by our Friends’ Group who help raise money for the library as well as helping us to provide regular events of all kinds.
Freshwater’s Memorial Hall is a popular venue for events on the Isle of Wight. The Memorial Hall is conveniently placed in the village centre, has its own small car park and within 100 metres there is a large public car park. The hall plays host to a number of regular events and activities and is also available for hire for private parties, functions, wedding receptions, conferences etc. Click Here for more details on our events Click Here for Hall Hire Details It is advisable to contact the venue prior to attending.