Isle of Wight Day – Celebrate with us

Isle of Wight Day will be celebrated for the first time this year, on Saturday, September 24th. The day is a chance to come together as a community and celebrate everything that makes our Island home so spectacular.

We’re excited to be part of this wonderful celebration which has set the theme of bunting, transforming the shops, villages and homes into a color fiesta which we’re sure will make you want to celebrate Isle of Wight Day every day!

We will be hosting a number of events on the day to help raise money for local causes. So collect your free Isle of Wight bunting and help support the inaugural day. We hope that this event will be just the first in an annual tradition that will last for decades to come.

Our talented DESIGN TEAM have made the IOW Day exclusive freshwater pearl jewelry collection which comprises of necklaces, earrings and bracelets especially for the day, the team will be on hand to talk you through their design processes.

11.00-1.30

To start the proceedings Clare Goble from TWISTED INFALTIONS will be showing off her balloon modelling skills, Clare has been learning the interesting skill of balloon twisting since 2008 and in 2015 established TWISTED INFLATIONS with the help of the prince’s trust, by always learning new skills and pushing the boundaries of possibilities with balloon be sure not to miss this.

1.30-3.30

The very talented SAM SHEASBY musician whom performs regularly in the pearl café throughout the summer months, his storytelling through provoking lyrics and tranquility capture the audience, with influence such as Bruce Springsteen, John Mayer and Ryan Adams.

Free face painting for the children will be throughout the day.

Tickets are available from reception just call 740352 priced at £5.00 for adults & £2.50 for children will entitle the recipient to endless tea & homemade cake in the pearl café there will be a selection of gluten free cakes children can enjoy a squash with their cake.

Half of the ticket price will be given to Brighstone primary school.