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Those you do see are predominantly from local businesses promoting local services. These adverts enable local businesses to get in front of their target audience — the local community. It is important that we continue to promote these adverts as our local businesses need as much support as possible during these challenging times. Photo by Chris Cornford. The events started yesterday Fridaywith a Community Service of Reflection and Remembrance at Newport Minster, to remember the Islanders lost through Covid over the past 16 months. On a lighter note, one of the big events of the weekend will be the Family Fun Day at Carisbrooke Castle today Saturday.
From 10am to noon Island volunteers will be welcomed for free, then from noon to 6pm, Island residents can attend for a day of celebrations at the castle. An IW Day spokesperson said: "Our focus this year is to thank the thousands of volunteers who have supported us through the pandemic.
Remember to take a utility bill and some ID as proof of your Island residency. King Charles I in front of Carisbrooke Castle. Picture by Chris Cornford.
Tomorrow Sunday is Walk the Wight, which this year forms part of the celebrations and the weekend closes with Songs of Praise, at Cowes Enterprise College, from 4. Find out all about the bunting here. Send us your Isle of Wight Day pictures, whether it's bunting around your house or your day out at Carisbrooke Castle. We do not moderate comments, but we expect readers to adhere to certain rules in the interests of open and able debate. Last Updated:. Your response has been sent to our editors. House Rules. See our article comments House Rules here.
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