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5 things you didn’t realise were grown on the Isle of Wight

5 things you didn’t realise were grown on the Isle of Wight 2048 1365 Christie-Lee Booth

With it’s unique microclimate, the Isle of Wight is the perfect place to grow produce that wouldn’t grow in many other parts of the UK. Along with some of the Islands more famous exports. For example; garlic, asparagus and tomatoes. The produce grown, farmed and made on the Isle of Wight is endless… Here are our top 5 things you…

Valentine's Day Isle of Wight

Valentine’s Restaurants on the Isle of Wight

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It is officially February and the season of love is upon us with Valentine’s Day celebrated on the 14th February. Wondering where to take your loved one for a romantic meal? Check out our guide to places to eat on the Isle of Wight this Valentine’s Day.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by The Garlic…

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Shake up your wake up!

Shake up your wake up! 2048 1365 Lindsay Becker

Finding a good breakfast can sometimes be difficult, but with so much local produce available on the doorsteps of many Isle of Wight cafes, theres no reason you shouldn’t be able to find a good fry-up on the Island. Farmhouse Breakfast Week has been running since 2000 and is organised by the AHDB (Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board) aiming to…

Winter Warmers

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It’s the time of year for gloves, a hat and…a wetsuit? Yep, when the weather is colder, generally the surf is up. Feel your toes again after a dip, at some of our top picks for a post-surf warm-up: Isle of Wight Pearl is close to the surf mecca of Compton Bay where you should get a decent winter swell.…

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Are you trying Veganuary?

Are you trying Veganuary? 800 532 Lindsay Becker

After the gluttony of Christmas and New Year (seriously, how many cheese and crackers or green triangle Quality Street can one person eat!?) the new year presents an opportunity to implement some healthier eating habits and one that seems to be gaining momentum year on year, is Veganuary. Unless you have been living under a rock, you cannot have missed…

5 Pubs to Cosy-up In

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As the nights draw in and the temperature drops, it’s time to seek solace in a warm pub, preferably with a roaring fire and a good beer on tap. Here’s our pick of the Island’s cosiest pubs to hunker down in. The Dairyman’s Daughter, Arreton Tucked away in the lee of the downs is this pretty pub. With one of…

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