Indie folk duo, Worry Dolls, to perform live on the Isle of Wight

worry dolls

Described by Bob Harris as “a warm and infectious sound”, Worry Dolls’ music is packed full of sublime harmonies, atop a plethora of varied instruments. You can see them play live on 4th March on the Isle of Wight.

Saturday, 4th February, 2017 12:20pm

By Feature Writer

Reconnect with yourself at this Isle of Wight Digital Detox weekend

off button

None of us have chosen to become dominated by the digital world. It just sort of took over. This Digital Detox weekend - in beautiful surroundings on the Isle of Wight - is your chance to disconnect and reset.

Thursday, 26th January, 2017 6:43pm

By Feature Writer

Love Pompey FC? Hover + Coach deal for just £13 return

Hover at night

Are you a fan of Portsmouth FC, or know someone who is? Hovertravel have put a deal together that will get you to Pompey's ground and back for three home games.

Thursday, 26th January, 2017 1:17pm

By Feature Writer

Isle of Wight Volunteering: It can bring so much to your life

Volunteering stand

There's so much to be gained from volunteering a little of your time. The Volunteer Centre can help you learn about the benefits and range of roles from over 30 IW organisations.

Wednesday, 11th January, 2017 12:46pm

By Feature Writer

The West Bay Club & Spa offer a great range of holiday homes on the Isle of Wight


Looking to get away from it all, but don't want to travel too far? Why not consider booking a break through Sykes Cottages at the West Bay Club & Spa just outside Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight. They offer a great range of holiday homes to suit all.

Thursday, 13th October, 2016 7:41pm

By Feature Writer

Woodside Bay Lodge Retreat: Luxury self catering holidays on the Isle of Wight

Woodside Bay Lodge Retreat

Whether you already live on the Isle of Wight or are visiting, this beautiful and tranquil resort offers luxury self catering holidays, with premium holiday lodges and quirky one-of-a-kind tree house accommodation at Woodside Bay Lodge Retreat. There's something for everyone.

Monday, 3rd October, 2016 6:52pm

By Feature Writer

Ryde art gallery, Blue Fox: Discover art and handmade gifts by local artists

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The Blue Fox Art Gallery in Ryde features work by local artists, including handmade gifts; ceramics; fused glass; textiles; jewellery and designer homeware. There'll also be printmaking workshops on offer in the near future.

Tuesday, 31st May, 2016 6:56pm

By Feature Writer

Isle of Wight speech and language therapist offers flexible support for children of all ages

Bryony Rust - with child

Bryony Rust, an Isle of Wight speech and language therapist has over ten years of experience supporting children with communication needs. Find out how she can help your child or grandchild.

Thursday, 1st October, 2015 3:57pm

By Feature Writer

Classic Isle Music Festival: A must for Isle of Wight fans of classical music

London Mozart Players

If you have a love for classical music, this boutique-style cultural festival is well worth supporting. It promises wonderful Classical, Opera, and Choral arrangements. Book now to avoid disappointment.

Monday, 3rd August, 2015 8:30pm

By Feature Writer

OnTheWight proud to sponsor the Isle of Wight Film Festival

Cinema tickets:

Once again OnTheWight is sponsoring the Feature Film Section of Bruce Webb's Isle of Wight Film Festival. You can book now for any of the brilliant range of films being shown in Ventnor in two week's time.

Thursday, 30th July, 2015 1:06pm

By Sally Perry

Garlic Festival 2015: Get ready for the Island’s biggest summer show

Garlic festival YPs

The Island’s biggest summer show returns with something for all the family on 15th and 16th August 2015.

Tuesday, 28th July, 2015 12:49pm

By Feature Writer

Rhythmtree Festival: A diverse range of music all weekend

Rhythmtree flags

Why not spend the day (or weekend) at this family-friendly, happy, chilled out festival, with quality live music, workshops, healing, fun for the kids, food, drink and more. You can't go wrong.

Saturday, 18th July, 2015 11:35am

By Sally Perry