Alix Robinson

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Yes it is true that even here in the sunniest place in the UK, with an average of 34.2 hours of sunshine a week, we occasionally get rain. And thank goodness or our...

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The Island comes into its own in autumn with fantastic walks, pubs for that perfect pint and cosy eateries to hide away from the bracing weather. Here’s our dining g...

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It’s Sunday lunch season and the roast beef, lamb, pork, chicken and nut roasts are firmly back on the menu. A great warming and traditional meal that all the family...

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Britain is a nation of dog lovers, with 7.3 million pet dogs across the UK, being firmly considered as part of the family. So we thought we'd pull together a guide o...

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What better way to dine on the Isle of Wight than arriving by boat and sitting eating overlooking the sea – whether that’s by ferry, rib or sailboat. With an Indian...

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What better way to dine on the Isle of Wight, than by the water’s edge with spectacular sea views.   Here's six great places to eat right by the sea.

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Botanic tropical plantings, herbaceous borders and sea views… we’ve got the best places to visit for a light bite with that garden vibe. Planning on spending a...

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Not surprisingly, Cowes Week attracts tens of thousands of spectators who come to watch the racing from either the foreshore or aboard spectator boats. The regatta i...

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What is Cowes Week? Cowes Week (3-11 August) is an annual sailing regatta that started in 1826 and is one of the most famous in the world. Around 8000 competitors, b...

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Whether you’re visiting for a day, taking part in the racing or on holiday on the Island during Lendy Cowes Week (4th– 11thAugust), you’ll want to grab something nic...

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