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Tag Archives: Event

Isle of Wight Events Diary which highlights the festivals, charity events and functions that happen all year around.

The Isle of Wight is brilliant at the at the best of times, but what could make it even better is when you take advantage of a Special Offer or deal on accommodation, Activities, Attractions of Food and Drink.

Below are the latest offers available to you, so please use the filters at the start of the listings to narrow down the deal or offer that suits you.

The Scarecrow Festival Isle of Wight

The Scarecrow festival is a week long event raising funds for both Gatcombe and Chillerton village communities. Scarecrows to date have included a diverse range of creations with something for everyone. It’s free of charge and fun for all the family… So come and enjoy the scarecrows of Gatcombe & Chillerton, from Saturday 27th May to Sunday […]

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Isle of Wight Dragon Boat Race

The Isle of Wight Dragon Boat Race in aid of Stand Up to Cancer is back on April 27th 2017 This will be the third annual race and looks set to be bigger than ever, last year’s race raised £64,000! The Dragon Boat Race begins the countdown to the Isle of Wight festival.” The race is a great day […]

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Death By Chocolate – A Murder Mystery Evening

  Join us for a fun and interactive evening, where 100% of all profits will go to help fund respite activities for Young Carers on the Isle of Wight. £30 per person To include 3 course meal. Cash bar available Held at YMCA Winchester House, Shanklin Saturday, 25th March 6.30-10.30pm For more information or to […]

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GASTRONOMIC WEEKEND at The Royal Hotel

GASTRONOMIC WEEKEND MARCH 4 £65pp  •   APRIL 22 £65pp (for island residents only) Our popular Gastronomic Weekend returns for 2017 and stars some of the island’s favourite food producers, as well as a visit to one of Britain’s oldest vineyard. This special Gastronomic Weekend includes: THREE COURSE GOURMET DINNER CHEF’S MASTERCLASS WITH HEAD CHEF AND […]

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