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December 2012

WIN A FAMILY TICKET TO SLEEPING BEAUTY AT SHANKLIN THEATRE THIS CHRISTMAS

December 6, 2012

This Christmas at Shanklin Theatre you can see the magical story of ‘Sleeping Beauty’. Keep the whole family entertained, what a perfect way to spend a festive afternoon! All you have to do is tell us what is Sleeping Beauty’s name? A. Ariel B. Annabel C. Aurora Please send your answer to info@thefamilydirectory.co.uk before the […]

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RHYTHM TIME offers interactive music sessions for baby, toddler and preschool age children on the Isle of Wight

December 6, 2012

RHYTHM TIME offers interactive music sessions for baby, toddler and preschool age children. We have varying levels of activities to suit specific ages and physical abilities, currently running our sessions in Cowes and Binstead. We also provide a session for under 5’s at JrZone in NEWPORT on Wednesday. You are able to join in our musical fun […]

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Premier School Sports Coaching Isle of Wight

December 6, 2012

Premier School Sport Coaching Limited has arisen out of the ashes of Sandown and Carisbrooke School Sport Partnership, which due to the Government funding cuts to PE and School Sport Strategy, finished in August 2011. The staff who dedicated 6 years of work to the partnership set up Premier School Sport Coaching Ltd to ensure young people on the Island […]

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Water Babies Isle of Wight

December 6, 2012

Enjoy the experience of teaching your baby to swim with Water Babies, leading baby swimming experts and winners of 5 national awards as ‘Best National baby and Toddler Activity’. And with 7 teachers from Hampshire making it into the national final for ‘most outstanding activity leader for the under 5s’ it’s a record! Water Babies have created a course that […]

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Stageskool – Isle of Wight

December 6, 2012

Stageskool has successfully been teaching students to sing, dance and act on the mainland since 2008 and has recently decided to cross the water and open up in Ryde. At Stageskool it is our dream to make performing arts accessible to all 3-20 year olds by providing exceptional part time training and making it affordable to all. Stageskool aims to nurture […]

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Allendale Equestrian Centre Isle of Wight

December 6, 2012

Allendale offers riding for children (as well as adults) of all abilities from 4 years of age. The stables is the only one on the island having a BHS registered instructor as well as being the only approved training centre so children will be in safe hands. Lessons are on Saturday and Sunday afternoons as well as during […]

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Dance Vibez Isle of Wight

December 6, 2012

Classes for toddlers and up-wards (adults and professional dancers) ballet, tap, free style, hip hop, performing arts, Melody Bear classes, Parent and toddler classes, exams, show work (including west end shows and charity work ) Plenty of fun for all ages and an exciting way to stay fit and healthy. Just Jhoom Bollydance and Pop Dance […]

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The Family Directory is the free, compact, essential magazine for Island parents and visiting families.

December 6, 2012

The Family Directory is the free, compact, essential magazine for Island parents and visiting families.Each issue is full of news, reviews, articles and cooking ideas – the  directory comes out each term to keep families updated.The directory is full of  What’s On, clubs classes, news, events and lots more The Family Directory is perfect for mums and […]

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Spotlight (IOW) Ltd

December 6, 2012

Spotlight (IOW) Ltd run a variety of educational workshops, professional award winning shows and five busy stage schools located in Shanklin, Newport and Bembridge. We build children’s confidence by allowing them to be who they want to be while exploring the world of live theatre. Each 6 week term has a different theme. Pupils will be taught […]

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