Christmas writing competition winners announced at virtual event

Howard Thomas

£875 was raised for Isle of Wight charity, Sight for Wight, during the Short Story Writing Competition this year. Details within

Tuesday, 22nd December, 2020 4:49pm

By Chris Cane

Celebrity lineup for Isle of Wight short story competition judges

Edana Minghella and Jo Brand

The annual short story competition is open for entries and will be judged by Jo Brand, Melvyn Hayes, Ray Allen and Edana Minghella

Wednesday, 7th October, 2020 3:37pm

By Chris Cane

Isle of Wight event for visually impaired: Find out more about support and services at this one day event

Blind man and his wife - both wearing dark glasses

Sight for Wight have pulled together a range of exhibitors and information of support and services available all in one place

Monday, 17th February, 2020 10:51am

By Chris Cane

Book now for Murder Mystery on Halloween to test your sleuthing skills

people on a murder mystery night

Book now to avoid disappointment and enjoy an evening of murder mystery.

Friday, 27th September, 2019 5:51pm

By Chris Cane

Isle of Wight Society for the Blind ‘Short Story writing competition’

Writing notes:

Budding writers have until 9th November to create and enter their short story for the Isle of Wight Society of the Blind winter writing competition.

Thursday, 19th September, 2019 10:06am

By Chris Cane with one comment

Isle of Wight Society for the Blind ‘Short Story writing competition’ returns

merry christmas

Budding writers have until 10th November to create and enter their short story for the Isle of Wight Society of the Blind winter writing competition.

Wednesday, 27th September, 2017 11:56am

By Chris Cane

Calling all budding writers: Don’t miss this short story competition

writing in a pad

Get the creative juices flowing and submit your short story by 10th November for your chance to win prizes in this Isle of Wight Society for the Blind writing competition in conjunction with Waterstones and Carol & Bob Bridgestock.

Friday, 7th October, 2016 12:06pm

By Chris Cane