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May 2009

Business EXPO 09

May 27, 2009

Reserve your place at the Seminars & Workshops of your choice… you can pre-book the free seminars and workshops you want to attend, ensuring your place. You can also book for the Speed-Networking sessions. Alternatively, you can register on arrival at Business EXPO 09 or simply turn up a few minutes prior to the session […]

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West Wight Sports Centre.

May 15, 2009

May Half Term Holiday Activities. Activities on offer will be snorkelling, trampolining, girls football, raft racing, waterwalkerz, parent and baby swimming and fun hours. We are also running Swimming Courses (Tuesday – Friday) in Both Pools. BOOK AND PAY IN ADVANCE – it’s the only way to avoid disappointment! Try out the WATERWALKERZ Walk on […]

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1/2 term fun at JR Zone Newport.

May 15, 2009

JR Zone THE ISLANDS TOP INDDOR PLAY ZONE FOR ALL AGES. “Whatever age – YOUR fun is our goal” NEW MENU LAUNCH FROM 23RD MAY 2009. INCLUDING OUR NEW HOMEMADE STONEBAKED PIZZA’S BUY ONE PIZZA GET ONE HALF PRICE FOR MAY HALF TERM* *May half term 23/5/09 to 31/5/09. Call for more information on 01983 […]

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Ingenious, Dippy Family Fun at Quay Arts

May 13, 2009

Quay Arts are offering families the chance to catch the latest offering from the CBBC’s newest presenters Dan and Jeff who return to Quay Arts this season with Potted Pirates on Saturday, 16 May 2pm & 4:30pm. They take the audience on a search for talking parrots and mysterious buried treasure! On the way they’ll […]

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Portsmouth High School Open Mornings.

May 13, 2009

Open days at Portsmouth High School for girls. This may be the school you have been looking for. Thursday 21 May Junior and Senior Department Open Morning 9:15-11:15am An opportunity to meet with staff and tour the school on a normal working day Thursday 21 May Year 5 Senior School Taster Day An opportunity for […]

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Sunday Best for families at Priory Bay.

May 12, 2009

Sunday Best for Families at Priory Bay Fabulous food and the finest wines, supervised wellie walks, stories, and games for the kids… happy families! To help you make the most of the long weekends, the Priory Bay Hotel will be providing a complimentary Sunday Lunch Nanny Service, giving families and friends the chance to relax […]

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May 1/2 term at the Spinnaker Tower

May 11, 2009

There is May Madness at the Spinnaker Tower this half term, when children can visit for FREE when accompanied by a full paying adult. With loads of activities on offer to keep the kids entertained, including activity sheets, balloon modelling, face-painting, and some great photo opportunities with their friendly mascot Spinny, it is well worth […]

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Blue Reef Aquarium What’s On at 1/2 term

May 11, 2009

  ‘Shark Week’ on Saturday 23rd – Sunday 31st Learn about the fascinating world of sharks, and meet Dotty their newly arrived zebra shark. There will be a great mix of exhibitions, entertaining talks, feeding demonstrations, quizzes, competitions, fun activities and displays by the Shark Trust. Shark Week aims to dispel many of the popular […]

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Free Books to Island Schools

May 11, 2009

Yes that is right The Rainbow Directory gave a free book to each primary and middle school plus nurseries island wide this spring 2009. We disribute 20,000 copies 3 times a year to island schools and to say a big thank you each spring they receive a free book for the school libraries. www.therainbowdirectory.co.uk

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Caterpillar Music & Movement for Under 5’s

May 11, 2009

Caterpillar Music & Movement for Under 5’s DEMAND FOR NEW CLASSES Following the huge demand for places at Caterpillar Music classes in East Wight, Maggie Carberry (Class Co-ordinator) is set to open a new class at St. Peter’s Church Hall, Seaview from 5th June at 11.20am. Maggie, who was recently nominated by many parents for […]

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