For all of you home brewers of beer or wine, how about learning to make some cheese to go with your home brew? Ruth Goodman, one of the ‘hands-on historians’ who joined the BBC’s 2006
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:
Over the Easter hols, if you fancy trying your hand at making carnival costumes under the watchful and experienced eye of a professional, pop along to Ryde High School on any day apart from
Monday, 2nd April, 2007 4:19pm
By Sally Perry with 3 readers' comments
On Tuesday night, Simon and I were very lucky to be invited along to a preview screening of Simon Higgin’s new film about Asa Singleton‘s life, travels and experiences. It was possibly one of the
Friday, 30th March, 2007 9:00am
By Sally Perry with 4 readers' comments
Large event to mark the contribution that Dan Damage made to the Isle of Wight live music scene.
Thursday, 12th October, 2006 9:40pm
By Sally Perry with 2 readers' comments