V-Bay: Arts and Crafts Galore

Come and enjoy the V-Bay Festival rain or shine. There are loads of indoor activities.

If we are unfortunate enough to be hit with rain tomorrow, please don’t let that stop you heading down to Ventnor for the first V-Bay Festival.

New Flags Raise Over Ventnor StreetsThere are loads of activities taking place inside and all beach activities will be transferred to the old bus station in Pier Street if it is wet.

If you fancy a bit of arts and crafts then head to Ventnor Creative Activities Centre at 6 Church Street. It will be opening its doors for the first time over the V-Bay Festival weekend with a series of workshops.

Bridget Boujewin is opening her Shed Under the Arch (between Sophie Honeybourne with various crafts including feltmaking.

Wightlight Gallery will be open Saturday (and possibly Sunday)

Of course there are plenty of shops specialising in art and crafts around the town including The Old Studio Gallery, Sophie Honeybourne Jewellery and Shine (the Barber) who now displays and sells local crafts too.

So do come to Ventnor tomorrow, rain or shine there’s plenty to do and see.

Friday, 23rd October, 2009 3:03pm


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Chris Philpott
Some people may want to know that Chris Philpott “MAGICIAN & ILLUSIONIST” will be performing at V-Bay over the week end. See Chris perform along the sea front, in Cafes and pubs around the beach. Chris will also be performing a Illusion act with his assistant Miss Flea (Emily) on Saturday @ 1:30 by the Bandstand! (if weather is ok?) Otherwise look out for him pondering the… Read more »
Christopher Bonney

This was news to me Chris. I added this information to the V-Bay website as soon as I saw it yesterday.