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Photo competition

Calling all Budding Photographers!

Can you take a photo that best demonstrates access and inclusion? We are holding a photographic competition with the theme of access and inclusion.  Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places. Please read the terms and conditions below to enter Terms and conditions All photographs submitted may be used for our marketing

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National Cupcake Day – June 13th

Saturday June 13th is National Cupcake Day. In conjunction with JoJo’s Cakes and Bakes, we are offering, to Island residents only, a box of 6 cupcakes for £10. There is a choice of vanilla or chocolate cakes, and all will have buttercream icing. All profits will go towards buying a much needed tandem trike. The

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Quiz Night – POSTPONED

Our quiz night at The Woodman’s Arms has, unfortunately, been postponed because of the current health situation. We hope to have another date for you shortly

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Grant Funding from the Postcode Community Trust

We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded a grant from the Postcode Community Trust, a grant-giving charity funded entirely by players of People’s Postcode Lottery. The funding will enable us to buy a van to transport our bikes around the Island community, and help us purchase some extra equipment to help us

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Wonderfest 2019

The beginning of August was an exciting time for us. We took delivery of our new adapted bikes that had been bought with generous funding from WightAid and the Island Roads Foundation, to whom we are very grateful. Our fleet of bikes were delivered in time for us to attend Wonderfest with them, where they

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Group of people smiling inside an accessible bike

A Great Disabled Access Day!

Saturday March 16th was Disabled Access Day and the Island held celebrations to mark the day for the first time. Despite the wind and rain there were some very successful events. Hovertravel held a Try Before You Fly event at both their terminals in Ryde and Southsea. People were impressed with the service and the

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