The official website of Isle of Wight branch of the Campaign for Real Ale

The Campaign for Real Ale exists to protect and promote good beer and pubs

LOCAL EVENTS

Sunday 2nd November 2014

Halloween Ale Fear-stival



Castle Inn, Sandown


The Castle Inn will again be host to their scary fear fest with loads of great beers.
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Sunday 9th November 2014

Andrew Aidan Dun - Performance of Poetry and Music



Dimbola Lodge, Terrace Lane, Freshwater


The visionary poet Andrew Aidan Dun - who's work is very much in the tradition of William Blake -makes a welcome return to the Island. Aidan will be accompanied by the Praque Conservatoire -trained pianist Lucie Rejchrtova. A dramatic evening is in store. 7.30pm start Tickets £10.00 each which can be booked in advance by phoning 01983-730930.
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Thursday 13th November 2014

Sharon Shannon with Alan Connor



Medina Theatre, Newport


The world class Irish accordion player returns to the Island with Dublin-based multi-instrumentalist Alan O'Connor. Sharon's last visit to Medina Theatre was with her band in June 2000. It sold out and she received a standing ovation. It was arguably the best event that Island promoters Vaguely Sunny have ever put on. The concert starts at 7.30pm. Tickets £17.50 each, £20 on the door. Box Office 01983-527020.
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Friday 14th November 2014

West Wight Walk About



Broadway


Start at the Broadway 8pm
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Friday 12th December 2014

CAMRA branch Christmas Party



Man in the Moon


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Friday 30th January 2015

IoW branch AGM



Traveller's Joy


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HEADLINES

CONTACT DETAILS

Editor: Tim Marshall.
Email:
Telephone: 01983 721557

If you're not from around these parts, allow me to explain that here on the Isle of Wight we have loads of great pubs and some splendid local beers to seek out.
Click on "find-a-pub" for more details on Island pubs; and click on "local breweries" to find out about the beers and breweries.

If you are from round here, please let me know of any up & coming events and snippets of news & gossip.

You will notice a little bird sitting near the bottom of this page. We have decided to join the twenty first century and now have a twitter thingy. By clicking on the birdy you can follow up-to-date tweety things.

STOP PRESS:
IW CAMRA and the Isle of Wight Bus Museum are joining forces to present a weekend (18th & 19th October) of Classic Buses and Beer (and walks). CLICK HERE. Proceeds to go towards the Bus Museum's move to their new premises in Ryde.

I am particularly keen to make sure the find-a-pub page is up to date. If you've got the time, please have a look, and if you spot and discrepancies, please let me know.

And finally...
If you value good beer in good pubs, and if you are not already a CAMRA member, please consider joining us.

"We're the people who try to make sure you've nice beer to drink in your pubs and try to stop posh blokes buying your local and turning it in to a shop"
THE VIEWS EXPRESSED ON THIS SITE ARE NOT NECESSARILY THOSE OF THE EDITOR OR CAMRA EITHER LOCALLY OR NATIONALLY