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COVID-19

UPDATED 26th March 2020

 

Here at isleofwight.com we would like to be of service at this time of uncertainty. Whilst we pride ourselves on delivering the Island’s highlights, we also understand the UK Government’s advice regarding travel and that public in the UK have to stop non-essential travel and contact.

In this scenario, we would like to offer help and guidance as to what Island attractions and events have been cancelled, postponed or temporally closed until further notice. We will also use this opportunity to let you know the good news when places begin to re-open.

 

ATTRACTIONS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE:

  • Blackgang Chine
  • Carisbrooke Castle – Closed until 1st May
  • Dinosaur Isle
  • Isle of Wight Steam Railway
  • Monkey Haven
  • Osbourne House – Closed until 1st May
  • Robin Hill
  • Shanklin Chine – Opening from 2nd April
  • Tapnell Farm Park
  • The Needles Landmark Attraction
  • Yarmouth Castle – Closed until 1st May

 

EVENTS CANCELLED OR POSTPONED:

 

LIBRARIES CLOSED:

  • Islandwide closure

 

LEISURE CENTRES CLOSED:

  • Heights Leisure Centre
  • Medina Leisure Centre
  • Westridge Leisure Centre
  • West Wight Sports and Community Centre – NOW A COVID-19 SUPPORT CENTRE: www.westwight.org.uk

 

THEATRES CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE:

  • Shanklin Theatre
  • Apollo Theatre
  • Medina Theatre

 

ALL CAFES, PUBS, BARS AND CLUBS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

 

We will try our best to keep this information as up to date as possible, but for their latest and most up to date information, please check their websites. If there is any incorrect information or if there is something that you wish to contribute to this page, please contact the team at [email protected]

 

For more information visit the Coronavirus (Covid-19): latest information and advice from the British Government.