Places in Isle of Wight
Rural and remote, Wight's westerly corner is where the island really comes into its own. Sheer white cliffs rear from a surging sea as the stunning coastline peels west to Alum Bay and the most famous chunks of chalk in the region: the Needles. These jagged rocks rise, shard-like out of the sea, looking like the backbone of a prehistoric sea monster.
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Tips and articles
Isle of Wight Festival: a guide to one England's largest music festivals
'View from the Virgin Radio area' by David Jones...
Celebrating London pride
The World Pride 2012 festival (23 June-8 July) is drumming up the Olympics fervour in London, just weeks before the Games begin...
Bonfire Night: a guide to fireworks in Lewes, England
lewes bonfire night 2010 by http://heatherbuckley.co.uk. Creative Commons Attribution licence (CC BY 2...
Mini guide to Brighton, England
Brighton is one of Britain’s youngest cities, both literally – it was awarded city status for the millennium – and figuratively, in its unconventional, creative attitude...