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Isle of Wight places 2nd in the UK’s most ‘Instagrammable’ locations

Recent research has placed the Isle of Wight as the second most popular UK destination on the photo-sharing social media platform Instagram, when it comes to AONBs. The new research, which analysed hundreds of travel hashtags on Instagram reveals which Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs) and National Scenic Areas (NSAs) are most popular to Instagrammers, as well as a

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FREE – food allergy awareness training

(from Isle of Wight Council) Are you a food business? Are you up to date with allergy awareness laws around food management? The Isle of Wight Council has you covered with free online allergy awareness training for Island food businesses. The training is aimed at those who are involved in the management, handling and preparation of food. Only food businesses

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Social media assets for spring/summer

Visit Isle of Wight has produced social media images that you can now download and use on your digital and social media platforms to promote the Island – and your own business – for marketing the Island this spring and summer! Mix and match between key messages:  ‘adventure’, ‘discover’, ‘memories’, ‘see you by the sea’, ‘sand sea salt & escape’

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Social Media assets for the spring Walking Festival

Visit Isle of Wight has produced social media images that you can now download and use on your digital and social media platforms to promote the Island – and your own business – for the spring Isle of Wight Walking Festival! Mix and match between key messages:  ‘explore’, ‘march’, ‘ramble’, hike’, ‘roam’ and ‘stroll’ Download the ready to use images

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Apply now for Omicron grant funding – applications close 18 Feb!

Further government grants to support businesses in the hospitality, accommodation and leisure sectors were announced by the government just before Christmas last year.  Isle of Wight Council has now added the application process online here. One-off grants of up to £6000 will be paid to businesses that were operating from business-rated premises in these sectors on 30 December 2021. The actual

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