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Ryde, Isle of Wight
Ryde is known as ‘the Gateway to the Isle of Wight’ due to its Victorian pier where the Wightlink passenger ferry arrives. Hovertravel’s Hover also has a terminal here.
The shopping in Ryde is well-renowned with lots of independent shops.
Ryde has very large, shallow beaches and parks to match, making it a popular destination during the summer.
It’s also the largest conurbation on the Isle of Wight.
Below are the article OnTheWight have published about it:
There was much to report back on from the Ryde Society AGM, including update on Ryde Arena, Harbour and news of new arts centre.
Tuesday, 21st May, 2019 9:38am
By Peter Gruner with 2 readers' comments
After Blue Seas Protection highlighted their difficulties getting a berth for their new boat in Ryde Harbour, the council are now seeking ways to have their boat, anchored outside the harbour, removed.
Thursday, 16th May, 2019 3:18pm
By IW Council Press Office with 2 readers' comments
Great news for anyone going out in the evening in Portsmouth over the summer as Wightlink announce a new overnight timetable.
Tuesday, 14th May, 2019 5:46pm
By Karen Woods with 3 readers' comments
There's many a great night out been had at Ryde Theatre when it was a music venue. Watching this video by the Abandoned Isle of Wight crew may well trigger your memories of times when it was back open.
Friday, 10th May, 2019 11:33am
By Sally Perry with 3 readers' comments
Cllr Lucioni says that having lived and worked in the area she's "excited at the opportunity to make a difference in the wider community”.
Thursday, 2nd May, 2019 3:31pm
By Sally Perry with 8 readers' comments
Protecting dolphins and whales is all the Blue Seas Protection charity want to do. They're offering to pay for a berth in Ryde harbour, but say Isle of Wight council keep blocking them. Why have we had seven excuses in six weeks they ask.
Wednesday, 1st May, 2019 6:57pm
By Sally Perry with 10 readers' comments