archive-title Tag Archives: What’s On Isle of Wight

Tag Archives: What’s On Isle of Wight

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.

Dying for Love Murder Mystery

A groovy murder mystery evening set in the psychedelic 1960s! Being held for the fourth successive year in the beautiful surroundings of Mottistone Manor Gardens. With a murder shortly to be discovered and perhaps another one before the end of the evening, will you, like Inspector Gently or Lieutenant Columbo, be able to piece together […]

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Dying for Love Murder Mystery

A groovy murder mystery evening set in the psychedelic 1960s! Being held for the fourth successive year in the beautiful surroundings of Mottistone Manor Gardens. With a murder shortly to be discovered and perhaps another one before the end of the evening, will you, like Inspector Gently or Lieutenant Columbo, be able to piece together […]

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IOW Festival of Transport

Admire the workmanship, enjoy the memories and expect to be surprised! Featuring an array of railway and road vehicles of all shapes and sizes, if you love cars and heritage transport this event is for you! Every vehicle on display is someone’s pride and joy … And this is also your chance to contribute to […]

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Easter Fun

Treat yourself to a relaxing day out over the Easter break and enjoy the spectacle of some of the Island’s blossoming Spring-time countryside from the comfort of your seat on one of our steam trains! There’s plenty to keep the youngsters occupied including popular Island children’s entertainer Greg Chapman who will amuse and occupy the […]

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