Many members of our loyal audience have helped West Wight Arts Association in the past by generously sponsoring one or part of one of our concerts. This has enabled us to keep up the very high standard of performance for which West Wight Arts Association is noted.
Next season the average cost of fees per concert is nearly £1,500. There are of course many other costs involved, hire of the hall, upkeep of the piano, publicity, printing, insurance etc.
If you enjoy the concerts you might like to consider contributing towards the cost of a forthcoming one, perhaps to celebrate a personal occasion or to commemorate someone. Any contribution you would like to make, large or small, will be very much appreciated.
West Wight Arts Association would welcome any contribution you would like to make, either anonymously or with acknowledgement in the programme.
You could of course specify which concert you would like your donation to go towards and you could contribute without shouldering the whole cost of a concert.
If you would like more details or would like to contribute, please see Judith Hunt in the hall, ring her on 01983 756217 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The WWAA acknowledges the generous support of Wightlink in providing half price ferry travel for the artists.
West Wight Arts is very grateful to the Young Classical Artists' Trust who act as agents for many of our artists. Set up in 1984, YCAT promotes outstanding young classical soloists and chamber ensembles trained in the United Kingdom. WWAA trustees attend the YCAT final auditions in the Wigmore Hall each May and engage artists for the following seasons.
Black Rock Express Insurance and Financial Services Limited provide quotations for all classes of insurance including Motor, Household, Travel and Commercial.
They can also provide competitive insurance for second homes, let and unoccupied properties.
They are a local broker for local people, we do not use call centres, we prefer to give a personal service.
Contact your local Black Rock branch now to see how much we can save you!
Isle of Wight Flowers is the Island’s premier Florist, delivering fresh flowers across the UK. With flower delivery from Isle of Wight Flowers, you can choose from a wide selection of beautiful bouquets and pick from seasonal fresh cut flowers and gorgeous blooms. Order online before 10pm today for UK wide Next Day flower delivery or before 11am for Same Day flower delivery, straight from your favourite Isle of Wight Florist.
As a family run business and independent flower shop, we promise that you will get the freshest flowers, the best quality and professionally designed flower bouquets.
Orchard Bros offers a wide range of everyday products including groceries, fresh fruit and vegetables, beers, wines and spirits, confectionary, newspapers and National Lottery.
They also offer local delivery and customer and business accounts and will make up Christmas hampers to order. Do try our renowned home cooked ham and range of local produce.
We aim to provide a friendly, personal service to the local community that has been our hallmark for the past 150 years. Orchard Bros Website
Wight Cycle Hire has a fleet of over 100 cycles and all are less than a year old. All their Cycles have been purchased from Dawes, (dawescycles.com) one of the UK’s leading cycle manufacturers.
They have carefully selected the bikes to provide a safe and comfortable ride both on road and off road.
The range of bikes offered is suitable for the whole family from young to old from small to large.
Wright’s is well and truly a household name on the Isle of Wight. Originally established in 1990 the firm has expanded to 5 very successful offices each located in a prominent position in a main town.
Each office is owned by a director located in branch with a compliment of experienced reliable staff. Our ethos is to always look after our clients best interests achieve the best possible price when selling and ensure as far as we can the move goes as smoothly as possible.
An Alzheimer Café is an informal meeting place, where people whose lives have been affected by dementia can come along to find out more about it’s emotional and psychological impact in a supportive and friendly atmosphere, as well as receiving the benefits of social interaction.
The Café combines a number of elements, bringing about an atmosphere of openness, where people directly and indirectly affected by dementia can discuss issues surrounding the disease, where family, friends, carers, support workers and those with the disease can all enjoy a social and informative event.
On the Isle of Wight we are fortunate to have four Alzheimer Café’s running each month, all around the island at different times of the day, so there should be something for everyone. Find out more here
Nigel Rowe Plumbing and Heating are West Wight based OFTEC and Gas Safe registered plumbers and central heating engineers offering plumbing and heating services across the Isle of Wight
They specialise in gas boiler servicing and replacement, as well as full central heating repairs and new installs. They also provide bathroom refurbishment and installation services, as well as kitchen plumbing and general plumbing services.
They also provide solar heating design and installation services for new and existing systems.
The Piano Cafe and Mezze Bar, just a short stroll from Freshwater Bay, located opposite the famous thatched church of St.Agnes. We serve quality house blend Batista made coffee 'Piano, Piano', loose leaf teas, wine, beer, home made cakes, nibbles and delicious sharing mezze boards and homemade specials. All food is lovingly made with the freshest ingredients and we use local produce where possible.
We have live music at least once a week (Thursday, Friday or Saturday evening) And Piano most Sunday Lunchtimes.
For 15 years between 1860 to 1875, Dimbola was Julia’s home and workplace. Now preserved by the Julia Margaret Cameron Trust and open to the public.
Once two adjacent dwellings in the rural idyll of Freshwater Bay, the Camerons built a central tower to form their new home. The name ‘Dimbola’ was chosen by the Camerons after the tea and coffee plantations they owned in Dimbula, Sri Lanka.
Inside the house now are preserved features including Gothic carvings, William Morris wallpaper, her original design stairway, Victorian glass and a re-creation of her bedroom.