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September 2014

Fusion Arts Academy the Islands most unique Dance & Music Academy

September 24, 2014

  Fusion Arts Academy the Islands most unique Dance & Music Academy. It’s owner Joanna Willey is highly qualified in dance and music and has performed with artists such as Robbie Williams, Uri Geller and was offered a world tour as a violinist & dancer with Spirit of the Dance.With a keen interest in education, Joanna […]

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Chess Tournament open to Isle of Wight and Portsmouth District Schools

September 24, 2014

  Portsmouth High School will be hosting the annual Sir William Dupree & Phyllis Loe Chess Tournament during half term on Monday 27 and Tuesday 28 October 2014. This event is open to all young people of Portsmouth and Isle of Wight, up to the age of 21, fulfilling one of the following criteria: Born […]

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Festival of Light at Robin Hill this October

September 23, 2014

This October, enjoy the ambience of Robin Hill’s electric woods’ like never before  with the Festival of Light, a stunning spectacle of creatively themed light, colour, sound, and entertainment inspired by the Hindu Festival of Diwali where ‘light triumphs over darkness’. From 4th October – 1st November, as darkness falls, visitors can experience the lush […]

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Mayville High School – Senior School Experience and Drop In Day.

September 19, 2014

  Mayville High School - Senior School Experience Day 2nd October – Drop In Day Junior and Pre- Prep 7th October – Call 023 9273 4847- Mini Bus from the Hover each day.Take a walk around Mayville High School and the positivity is bursting out of every classroom. It is a typical school day; while Year 2 pupils head […]

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Jeni Law’s Drama Classes on the Isle of Wight

September 19, 2014

  Jeni Law’s Drama Classes- Drama is so much more than just a fun hobby for children. It teaches how to work together as a team, develops social skills, confidence and the ability to present yourself as well as how to speak confidently in front of others. With small classes of no more than 6 pupils, […]

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HARRISON CONQUERS THE HILLS KILLER CHALLENGE – Isle of Wight Cycling Festival

September 17, 2014

  A four-year-old boy has become the youngest person to complete the gruelling Three Hills Killer which forms part of the Isle of Wight Cycling Festival.Harrison Hendy from Arreton, completed the 13 mile cross-country orienteering event in three hours, nine minutes and 16 seconds, achieving a faster time than some adults taking part. The event […]

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Bayliss & Booth in Newport

September 16, 2014

  We are excited to have Owners and Creative Creators from Autentico Chalk Paint instore at Bayliss & Booth for a Paint Event Weekend – Saturday and Sunday 20th & 21st September. With lots of product demonstrations all weekend. Come and discover. Autentico Chalk Paints make transforming furniture pieces large or small, no laborious preparation […]

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New Head for Mayville High School in Southsea.

September 12, 2014

  From Old Pupil to New Head and Why Mayville is “Unique” Mayville High School’s new Headteacher and former pupil Rebecca Parkyn has taken up the helm of what she calls, “One of the most unique schools in Hampshire”. It is this uniqueness that drew her to return to Mayville High School in Southsea. She […]

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Isle of Wight Cycling Festival

September 12, 2014

The 2014 Isle of Wight Cycling Festival kicks off this coming weekend, with a huge variety of rides available for all ages. The famous event, which takes place from Saturday 13 to 28 September and is the UK’s largest dedicated cycling festival, has rides from the simple to challenging and quirky to the unique including fossil […]

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St John’s College Southsea Open Event Day Saturday 4 October

September 12, 2014

  St John’s College Open Event Day Saturday 4 October St John’s College – it’s closer than you think! Located in the heart of Southsea, has long been recognised as an independent school with a fine academic record; an outstanding reputation for pastoral care, and its growing international boarding community. The College’s Isle of Wight […]

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