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May 2014

Short Breaks holiday facilities now available to book online

May 29, 2014

  The Isle of Wight Council’s Short Breaks Service which supports children and young people with disabilities to join in with safe, fun and interesting activities, is now taking bookings online for its specialist holiday facilities. The service operates both a lodge and a caravan at Lower Hyde Holiday Park, Shanklin, Nodes Point Holiday Park, […]

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YMCA Daycamps on the Isle of Wight – Half term activities this May for 4 – 12 year olds

May 29, 2014

  YMCA Daycamps are crammed full of exciting and inspiring activities this May half term.Children of Reception age up to 12 years can come along to YMCA Winchester House, Shanklin, to enjoy some great indoor and outdoor activities which this holiday will include a scavenger hunt, obstacle course, costume making and food science.Daycampers will also […]

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Premier School Sports Coaching Holiday Clubs on the Isle of Wight

May 29, 2014

Premier School Sports Coaching .We run a number of programmes all year round for children during their half terms and school holidays. Here are the dates of all the programmes that we are running for 2014. May Bank Holiday Club Tuesday 27th – Thursday 29th May - Summer Holiday Club - Monday 28th July – Friday 8th August  October Half-Term […]

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What On at Medina Leisure Centre in Newport is holiday

May 28, 2014

Activ8 is running bigger and better (and messier!!) than ever before…Have you ever played waterbomb rugby? Or waterbomb netball? How about waterbomb Quidditch….?? No? Then you are really missing out. Water Mayhem at Easter was so popular that we had an EPIC 50 player waterfight!! The action and fun are non-stop – if you are […]

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GET SET FOR A HALF TERM ADVENTURE WITH TACKT-ISLE

May 27, 2014

  With half term here , the team at Tackt-Isle Adventures in St Helens have been busy planning a whole host of activities to keep you busy this May half term.With activities to suit all ages and abilities, Tackt-Isle have an action packed programme of adventures for the half term week with sessions including dinghy sailing, […]

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Join climbing experts Goodleaf this 1/2 term

May 27, 2014

  Local tree climbing experts Goodleaf are climbing every day this half term in their brand new tree in Appley Park, Ryde. Many of you will have climbed with Goodleaf both in their Turkey Oak on the seafront at Appley and at other locationsaround the Island. Now permanently based in Appley Park they are climbing […]

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Hovertravel extends D-Day offer to include 2nd June

May 23, 2014

Hovertravel has now included the 2nd June in their promotional offer for all Veterans & Senior Citizen retired military personnel. To celebrate and commemorate the D-Day landings qualifying personnel can travel on a day return from Ryde for just 70 pence.Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is hosting over 50 D-Day veterans and 30 US D-Day veterans on Monday 2nd […]

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Ryde Cormorants – Swin Isle of Wight

May 16, 2014

We are Claire Gale and Severine Mouletin, both qualified lifeguards, swimming teachers and Aqua Fit instructors. We have been training, teaching along side each other and talking about swimming drills for nearly 10 years and hoping to continue for as long as we can! We love swimming, exercising and having fun with our own children […]

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St John’s College Pre-Prep Department it was was Grandparents’ Day

May 9, 2014

Today, Friday 9 May, was Grandparents’ Days for the St John’s College Pre-Prep Department. Grandparents were invited to the Southsea school to enjoy a special  assembly; see their Grandchildren’s work, and to spend some classroom time together.Their special visit started with a wonderful assembly – when the children sang of “Gran’s  in high heels and beer-drinking Grandads”! […]

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Freedom Childcare with some top tip for parents

May 8, 2014

  Tenacity is the most important attribute required for being a successful parenting. Along with all the other hats we have to wear in our day to day lives parenting our children is singularly the most difficult. Partly this is because it is a dynamic process, just was we think we have cracked it our children move […]

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