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The locals' blogs
by: Hot Totties

myisleofwight.com bloggers the Hot Totties scale the ramparts at Carisbrooke Castle and meet the famous Carisbrooke Castle donkeys. Upcoming events at the Castle not...

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The locals' blogs
by: Marianne Su-Yin

If you have just started your C25K plan with your dog and have completed the first three weeks well done! Here's a BAAAARK! from us.

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On the 26th of April, we attended Opportunity Meets Talent. This is a very popular careers event hosted by Business South, aimed at educating young people about futu...

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The locals' blogs
by: AlexsLens

myIsleofWight vlogger Alex Lens captures the sunrise over Bembridge beach - that moment when everything is so still, that you feel like you're the only person in the...

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Articles
by: Alix Robinson

The Isle of Wight is a great hub for families wanting to do things that don’t you cost a penny. Here are our Top 10 things to do with the kids this season – all...

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Articles
by: Alix Robinson

Here on the Isle of Wight, being surrounded 360º by water - our lifeboats are a living breathing core part of our community. They are run through donations from the...

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The locals' blogs
by: Mrs B

The day had finally arrived, we had been waiting for weeks for the We're Going On A Bear Hunt adventure day at Robin Hill country park. Both myself, little Miss. B a...

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Articles
by: Jo Macaulay

The Isle of Wight Festival is 50 years old this year, albeit with a 32 year hiatus between 1970 and 2002 when it was revived by John Giddings, who has since bro...

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Corporate

In April, our Charity Committee were given the opportunity to visit the Isle of Wight Donkey Sanctuary, to see first-hand the work that they do. 

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The locals' blogs
by: Lady Penelope

I was offered an interview with the Isle of Wight Festival’s John Giddings, so I demurely agreed – who wouldn’t? It’s the 50thanniversary of the Isle of Wight Festi...

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