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Bees and wildflowers need you! As you probably know, bees of all sorts, honey, solitary, cuckoo and bumble, are all in decline. There are many reasons behind this but loss of habitat and nectar sources play a massive part – from the loss of our green spaces to development to deciding to pave over our
Every Easter and often in between, Natural Wight holds an Easter Egg Hunt with a difference… The Isle of Wight is home to an amazingly diverse range of species, some nationally rare and some which are almost only to be found here on the Island. Did you know for example that the flower Early Gentian
Natural Wight ran two bookmaking workshops led by artist Ian Whitmore in which participants could learn how to make their own concertina book inspired by nature. “We took inspiration from the natural environment in and around Newport, walking through the Medina Arboretum and along the River Medina. We collected interesting things such as leaves, twigs
The Isle of Wight is surrounded by 57 miles of beautiful and varied coastline… and whether it’s sandy or rocky, it makes an enormous and varied blank canvas for… beach art!! No need to wait for summer as our beaches are just as glorious and far emptier in the winter. You can make your art
As part of the Natural Wight project, people have been out and about exploring the Isle of Wight’s beautiful beaches in all sorts of ways, from rockpooling and beach art to our kite festival and coastal wild food walks. We also helped in the Isle of Wight’s efforts to make sure our beaches stayed beautiful!