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The National Trust on the Isle of Wight, over 5,000 acres of countryside, 17 miles of coastline and 5 historic places. Usually tweeted by Kathryn.
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Isle of Wight Archaeology May 20
c – Carbon. IWHER 20107. Steam tug formerly named the John Hollway built in 1896 by R Craggs & Sons, Middlesborough. Broke loose whilst under tow in heavy seas in November 1947 and ran aground in Compton Bay ,
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Isle of Wight NT May 20
If you're making plans for , we've plenty of ways to keep little ones entertained. You can become a nature expert at and or try some at Mottistone Gardens
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Isle of Wight NT May 19
The Old Town Hall at might only be small but it has a fascinating . This Weds (22 May, 1.30pm) you can find out about this ancient building and the people who saved it on a guided tour. Please book a place by calling 01983 531622. Normal admission charges apply.
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Isle of Wight NT May 17
We've a few places left on this week's tour of Fort (Tues 21 May, 2pm). Our volunteer guides will take you deep inside the Victorian building and tell the story of its part in history. Booking essential on 01983 741020 or email isleofwight@nationaltrust.org.uk
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Isle of Wight Archaeology May 14
. Excavation of three cremation urns exposed in the eroding cliff face near Brook, .
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Isle of Wight NT May 15
Ever wanted to peek inside Mottistone Manor, ? For just two special days this , the manor will be open to the public (Sun 26 & Mon 27 May). Charges apply, please see for more info.
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Isle of Wight NT May 14
Today Newtown is a sleepy hamlet but it was once a bustling port. How did it come to be this way and who were the people that shaped it? This Thurs morning (16 May) you can find out on our , guided through the lanes and fields. Booking essential on 01983 531622.
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Isle of Wight Archaeology May 13
C: Castle Hill. Sub-rectangular enclosure at Mottistone . Interpreted as Iron Age, maybe an enclosed farmstead or stock enclosure but unconfirmed. See . Sadly no LiDAR coverage 1013290
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IW Travel Ambassador May 14
💜💙 Don't leave it too late to take a stroll in the spring sunshine and see the beautiful ! Here is 's guide to finding the best places on the to spot them 👉
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Isle of Wight NT May 13
We're celebrating with a special carrot and coriander 'Scone of the Week'. You can try it any day this week from 10.30am-4.30pm in the tea-room (normal admission applies).
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Isle of Wight NT May 11
Replying to @MichaelJRoots
Hi Michael. Thanks for your interest. We’re currently fundraising to replace the sails. Once we reach the £50,000 required to create new ones, we’ll be able to replace them.
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Isle of Wight NT May 10
Need a new ? There are still a couple of days left to apply to be a Membership and Visitor Welcome Assistant . You'd get to see views like this at work too. Apply at by 12 May.
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Isle of Wight NT May 9
It's this Sat & Sun (11&12 May) and the Isle of Wight's only surviving will be open from 10.30am-5pm. Why not pop along to and see us? Normal admission charges apply.
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Isle of Wight Archaeology May 7
. Corduroy platform very rarely accessible at extreme low water at Newtown East Spit . Recorded during Wootton-Quarr project in 1993 and C14 dated to 4160±70 BP, 2920-2500 cal BC. See
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Isle of Wight NT May 4
Want something to do this ? As part of we've a guided stroll on Mottistone Estate. It takes you across the landscape and back through time. Starts 2pm in Mottistone Gardens' car park. Please book at
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Isle of Wight NT May 4
Our for May tea-room is bursting with refreshing spring flavours. It's full of zesty lemon and you can have it served with our very own National Trust lemon curd and cream too. Just right for a special treat this
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National Trust May 3
Listening to waves crash against the shore can help wash away cluttered thoughts, bringing a moment of peace.
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Isle of Wight NT May 3
Enjoy working with food and people? You might like to apply to be a Food & Beverage Team Member at Mottistone Gardens. We're looking for someone that has a positive attitude and can work in busy conditions. Find out more at before 13 May.
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Isle of Wight NT May 3
Love talking to people? If so, you might like to be our new Membership and Visitor Welcome Assistant We need someone who loves working with people from all ages and backgrounds to join the team. Discover more at Closing date: 12 May.
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Isle of Wight NT May 1
Next Monday (6 May) we've a guided walk on the Mottistone Estate that will take you across the landscape and back through time to discover the history and wildlife of the area. Please book at
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