The aim of the Adult and Community Learning Service is to encourage social, educational, economic and personal progression for individuals and families
‘Have a good time all of the time’: Lasting words from Nigel Bulloch that made a positive mark on so many Islanders’ lives
If you partied at Golden Hill Fort in the 1990s or have spent time in the Kids' Zone at the Island festivals you may have known Nigel Bulloch. He was involved with so many interesting things, including the cult satirical magazine, POW (Prisoner of Wight). All are welcome to a celebration of his life on Monday.
There have been several serious incidents recently involving trees falling onto the highway at this location, so it will be closed from 9am Saturday as a precautionary measure
Friday, 14th February, 2020 6:12pm
By Claire Robertson with 2 readers' comments
Carisbrooke Castle Museum sits within the walls of the Castle but is completely independent of English Heritage, being run instead by Island Trust. This new exhibition sees Anglo-Saxon treasures return to the Island after 150 years away
Friday, 14th February, 2020 1:06pm
By Feature Writer with one comment
The school say there was no reason to suspect him and that they have robust safeguarding procedures in place
Friday, 14th February, 2020 8:40am
By Sally Perry with one comment
Half term offers two opportunities to visit Newport Roman Villa. You'll be able to explore the well-preserved Roman remains, including one of the best preserved bath suites in southern England. Includes kids activities for just £1 per person
Five-year-old Adam's family refer to him as a "high-functioning" child with autism and say because of this they've been told that he's unlikely to get additional support, but add that the reality is that his "teachers couldn’t possibly give him the help he needs alongside teaching all the other children in his class"
Thursday, 13th February, 2020 6:51pm
By Sally Perry with 4 readers' comments