We are a group of friendly locals who meet up for a hot drink and cake or a bacon buttie! Come and join us, if you fancy having a go at a ‘just for fun’ quiz and table top brain teasers then feel free, or just come along for a good old fashioned natter.
A Youth Club for Grown Ups takes place on the fourth Friday of every month 10am -1pm at the Old School Cafe in Brading. We have all sorts of games and activites to try including, pool, table tennis and bingo as well as card and dice games.
Stunning landscaped garden with mature borders and a wide range of unusual plants, currently being restored by new owners with gardener Steve Cawthorne. Ornamental garden, cottage garden, spring garden, orchard, greenhouses, vegetable and herb garden, rose pergola, gazebo and wild flower meadow.
This half-term, little ones can discover some of the delicate and colourful wild flowers that grow in the hedgerows and meadows around the windmill with our discovery board trail. Mini explorers can make even more of their visit to the windmill this spring.
Open for only two days each year, this bank holiday weekend you can take the rare opportunity to see inside the family home that stands at the heart of the gardens. Peek behind the normally closed doors of this ancient manor to discover its story.
Newtown is full of wildlife which means its a great place tick off some of your 50 things list. There are meadows full of creepy crawlies so you could try No.31 Make friends with a bug, and down at the harbour the creeks are full of birds meaning you can give No.44 Watch a bird a go. Booking Not Needed.
This half-term holiday weve got fun activities at Mottistone Gardens, so little ones can tick off some of their 50 things to do before youre 11. Mottistone is full of leaves and twigs so you could try No.18. Create some wild art in the WIld Area. Or why not be just like the gardeners and do No.41.help a plant grow.
From windswept barren 2 acre cattle field to developing tranquil country garden. Natural, mainly native planting and wild flowers. Cottagey front garden, herb garden, orchard, fruit cage and large pond. The good life and a haven for wildlife!
Mature informal gardens of over 3 acres surrounding manor house (not open). Garden set out in a number of walled rooms incl herb garden, perennial and colourful self-seeding borders, shrub borders, lawns, large old trees, and an unusual island croquet lawn all seamlessly blending in to the surrounding farmland.
Join us at Brading Station Café for a hot drink and a toasted teacake or a bacon buttie!
If you fancy having a go at a ‘just for fun’ quiz and a game of bingo then feel free, or just come along for a good old fashioned natter.
Join us for tea/coffee and cake, take part in card games and activites. This event is run by adults with learning disabilities supported by Phoenix Project staff and AgeUKIW volunteers. Minibus transport is available for just £1 if you live in the Ryde/Binstead/Havenstreet area. We are looking forward to meeting you.
Phoenix Project, 36 Salters Road, Haylands (at the end of the road past Haylands Farm).
This family garden has evolved over the past 8 yrs and is continuing to be developed. The C17 farmhouse (not open) was surrounded only by grass when we came here, and now there are mixed beds and borders, a productive organic vegetable garden, cutting garden and fruit cage.
A private, romantic, 1 acre garden developed over 15 yrs by an artist and a writer, respecting the older trees and Georgian house built in 1782 (not open). Within the framework of the garden is a continuous exploration of the possibilities of new planting ideas that take into account shade, light and space.
A gentle wander through the village of Newtown with tales of the folk who left their mark here. From Elizabeth I and George Canning, to the infamous Fergusons Gang and the Seabroke family in the 20th century, many famous figures from history have had an impact on Newtown.
Constantly evolving romantic country garden surrounding the late Georgian Rectory (not open). Areas of interest incl the walled kitchen garden, orchard, formal and wildlife ponds, a wonderfully scented collection of old and English roses and two perennial wild flower meadows.