Jo Macaulay

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The main focus for Isle of Wight Day this year, September 22nd, is a huge coastline clean-up to rid the Island’s beautiful beaches of discarded plastic waste that ha...

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If you want to get up close to a big cat, monkeys, lemurs or birds of prey then the Isle of Wight has many options. You can become a keeper for a day, or have an ‘ex...

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It’s almost a case of ‘where can’t you take your dog?’ when booking a stay on the Isle of Wight, as many hotels and B&Bs do welcome you with your four-legged fri...

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The summer holidays are over but the events scene on the Isle of Wight is still going strong! Here's our top picks on what's not to be missed this month and a short...

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For a beach day out with a difference  – come to the Isle of Wight! Grab the Red Jet from Southampton and a Southern Vectis bus package and try out one of our w...

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Ventnor Fringe has suddenly doubled in size, with twice as many applications from performers this year and loads more wonderful things to experience throughout the h...

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The Isle of Wight is well known for its fabulous carnivals and have more carnivals per square mile than any other area in the country, so make sure you catch at leas...

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Want to get out on the water during Cowes Week, but don’t have your own boat? There are several ways to see the action, or indeed get involved, and we’ve put togethe...

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What’s on for family fun during Cowes Week? Here’s our Top Five Guide to activities for you and your children when other family members might be out on the waves.

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Having hosted their very first Pride in 2017, the Isle of Wight went on to be chosen as host for UK Pride 2018 and are pushing the boat out in the most spectacular s...

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