Under The Pier 2019 update… Sunshine & Sea Scorpions

10 September 2019
BY:
Claire Hector

Our Isle of Wight’s end of summer bring-your-own-bucket celebration of people, place and nature, Under The Pier in Ryde was a packed and happy, species-rich spectacle last week with around 600 visitors on board with dozens of species discovered!

And there’s more…

31 January 2019
BY:
Claire Hector

Another boost for Sandown Bay! We’re delighted to announce that our not-for-profit co-organisation The Common Space has been awarded Coastal Revival Funding for the Ice Cream & Science project at Browns in Sandown. This funding will help to support efforts to conserve and enhance this area as the top spot it’s become for exploration of

The Long Listen… Ian Boyd podcast

18 January 2019
BY:
Claire Hector

‘Life is everywhere and you have a relationship with this living world, even in the most developed space.’ Listen in to find out more – Podcast interview with Ian Boyd by Joe Redston

Recharging the Battery – Coastal Revival Fund Success!

29 November 2018
BY:
Claire Hector

We are delighted to announce that The Bay Coastal Community Team in partnership with the The National Poo Museum and the Isle of Wight Council, have secured a £50,000 Coastal Revival Fund towards the continued restoration of Sandown Barrack Battery. Arc and partners oversaw the first phase of Recharging the Battery, helping to breathe life back into

Bohemia Bog… back from the brink

19 November 2018
BY:
Claire Hector

A quick thank you and an update on how this rare and exceptional transition mire on the Isle of Wight is coming back to life now and for the future, thanks to a combined local effort.

The Christmas Garden 2018

31 October 2018
BY:
Claire Hector

Our free community celebration, The Christmas Garden brings light, music and spirit to the Bay’s cliff-top gardens again for 2018, thanks to The Common Space & Ventnor Exchange.

Isle of Wild… Supersizing Sandown Bay for Discovery Bay Biology Week

18 October 2018
BY:
Claire Hector

Island wildlife from past to present, from fossils to live moths and the most microscopic, was supersized into brilliant focus by the Discovery Bay team for National Biology Week… here’s an update on the latest of our science & nature calendar events for 2018.