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November 2015

This Changes Everything – Ventnor Botanic Garden

November 17, 2015

What if confronting the climate crisis is the best chance we’ll ever get to build a better world? Join Morgan and Garrett of Climate Journey, two climate activists who have been cycling for five months to the UN Climate Conference, for a screening and discussion of the hottest film in the climate movement right now, at Ventnor Botanic […]

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TALENTED ATHLETE SCHEME RETURNS

November 17, 2015

  The Isle of Wight Council’s sports unit is accepting applications for its popular ‘talented athlete’ scheme. The scheme gives support to Isle of Wight athletes who are performing at a high level in their sport with the aim of helping their development and achieving further success. There is a closing date of 31 December for […]

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Santa Specials At Isle of Wight Steam Railway on the Isle of Wight

November 11, 2015

Santa is making Havenstreet his special Christmas home again this year and is really looking forward to meeting you! There’s always such a lovely festive atmosphere at Havenstreet Station with Christmas music, a bustling Christmas market, and lots of entertainment and magic shows just for children! Make sure you enjoy a stroll through Santa’s sparkling […]

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Do you run a business ? Would you like to join a free business workshop with WightMedia

November 11, 2015

Come to our FREE workshop – Facebook for Business. Facebook is the world’s most popular social network for both businesses and individuals. With over one billion users, your friends and fans are likely already using the platform — and you should be too! If you want to get started with Facebook, or simply brush up […]

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NEW WASTE EDUCATION SCHEME TO BEGIN

November 11, 2015

Primary school pupils will learn what happens to their rubbish and how they can do more to recycle thanks to a new waste education programme. As part of the new 25 year waste contract between Amey and the Isle of Wight Council, schools can book free practical workshops which will be tailored to their requirements […]

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Maya Abdominal Therapy

November 11, 2015

An Introduction to Maya Abdominal Therapy By Angie Ix Chel I am a mother of five children and have been a practicing therapist for over 8 years. In addition to being an Arvigo® Maya Abdominal Therapist I am also qualified as a Swedish massage therapist, Reflexologist and Reiki healer. As a massage therapist I became […]

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