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Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Alverstone is a village south-east of Brading and west/north-west of Sandown. It is north-east of Winford and Newchurch. It includes Alverstone Garden Village and the extension of dwellings to the east on the Lower Adgestone Road.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. Separate categories for locations with an Apse Heath address include Winford. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
A village to the west of Lake and Sandown on the A3056, south of Winford. Nearby hamlets are Bathingbourne and Branstone to the west and Ninham to the south-east.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. Separate categories for locations with an Arreton address include Newchurch. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Arreton is a village in the central eastern part of the Isle of Wight, south east of Newport on the A3056. Arretons main feature is the craft village. It includes dispersed settlement such as Downend to the north, and along the A3056 south down to and including the hamlet of Horringford.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
This category includes sites about artistic, cultural and entertainment activities, events, institutions, businesses and organisations.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Atherfield is a small coastal village between Brighstone and Chale, on the Military Road which runs along the South-West coast of the Island from Freshwater to Niton.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality, or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. Note: the village of Saint Helens is on the west of the harbour. Please suggest sites for locations around the harbour to the correct village. Sites covering the harbour generally should be suggested to an appropriate county category (e.g. Isle_of_Wight: Science_and_Environment). Thank you
Bembridge is a village located on the easternmost point of the Isle of Wight with Bembridge Harbour to the north-west. It includes Whitecliff Bay, consisting mainly of holiday caravan and chalet sites, and Hilway, a small aerodrome, both to the south on the eastern coast and bounded by Culvar Down.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
A village immediately south of the built up area of Newport, where the A3056 leading to Rookley and Shanklin splits from the A3020 leading to Arreton and Sandown.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. Nearby locations are Yarmouth to the west, Cranmore to the east and Thorley to the south. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Bouldnor is a village on the coast to the east of Yarmouth, in West Wight, known for it's fossil beds and undersea archaeological dscoveries.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. Separate categories for locations with a Brading address include Saint_Helens. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
The ancient 'Kynges Towne' of Brading is the main town of the parish of the same name. It includes the town itself and its southern and northern extensions, Morton, and Nunwell.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. Separate categories for locations with a Brighstone address include Atherfield and Yafford (which includes Thorncross, and Limerstone). If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Brighstone is a village on the B3399 in the middle of the south-west coast of the island with holiday camp sites along the cliff-tops. It has grown to incorporate the hamlet of Moortown.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
Hulverstone is a village on the B3399 between Brighstone and Freshwater and Brook lies between it and the coast on the Military Road.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
This category includes sites covering business and economic activities, including listings of most companies and industries.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Calbourne is a village in the west of the island on the B3401, halfway between Carisbrooke and Freshwater. Adjacent hamlets are Newbridge, Chessell and Rowridge.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Carisbrooke is a large village on the south western outskirts of Newport. Bowcombe is a nearby hamlet to the south west. Carisbrooke is separated from Newport by a strip of open fields to the west of Carisbrooke Road (B3323) south of Petticoat Lane, following and including Kilbridge Road, Hinton Road, and Wellington Road, then crossing Carisbrooke Road and Castle Road to follow Linden Road to cut the B3401 (Whitepit Lane) and then circling around the south of the castle to the west. It thus includes all the built up area north of Carisbrooke proper including Gunville.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. Separate categories for locations with a Chale address include Atherfield. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Chale is a village on the junction of the B3399 and the military road just to the north west of the southern tip of the island. It includes Kingston, Pyle and Blackgang Chine.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
Chale Green is a village on the B3399 between Shorwell and Chale near the southern tip of the island.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
Chillerton, with the nearby hamlet of Loverstone, is south of Gatcombe and Newport and between Shorwell and Rookley. The settlements are very dispersed, occupying the area between the A3020 on the east, the B3323 on the west and the B3399 to the south.
Please only suggest sites located in Colwell Bay, Nearby locations are Norton Green, Freshwater and Totland. The simplified southern boundary with Totland runs from coast along a line just south of Colwell Chine Road, goes south-east to meet the southern point of Solent Gardens. The simplified eastern boundary follows Solent Gardens from this point, follows a line from it''s northern end to the A3054 at the Monk''s Lane junction, and then along Monk''s Lane to the coast. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Colwell Bay is a small holiday settlement on the west coast, adjacent to Freshwater and north of Totland. The bay includes Brambles and Linstone Chines. To the south and south-east the settlements built up area merges with that of Totland and Freshwater.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. Separate categories for locations with a Cowes address include East_Cowes, Gurnard, Thorness ( Marks_Corner), and Northwood. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Cowes is a seaport town on the Isle of Wight. It is located on the west bank of the estuary of the River Medina facing the smaller town of East Cowes on the east Bank. The town is therefore sometimes referred to as West Cowes, especially where distinction is needed such as at the ferry termini.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. Nearby locatons are Bouldnor to the west, Ningwood to the east and Thorley and Wellow to the south. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Cranmore is a dispersed hamlet between Yarmouth and Newtown estuary on the north-west of the island, stretching from the A3054 (Ningwood Hill Road) north and east to the coast. An adjacent hamlet is Hamstead, also on the peninsula.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. Separate categories for locations with an East Cowes address include Whippingham. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
East Cowes is on the east side of the River Medina and its estuary, and connected to Cowes via a chain bridge.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
This category includes local educational institutions, programmes and opportunities; as well as other educational resources.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
A village on the east bank of Wootton Creek between Wootton and Ryde. It is the car ferry port for the connection with Portsmouth. Nearby hamlets are Kite Hill and Quarr Hill.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality, or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. Freshwater is also a parish. Separate categories for locations with a Freshwater address include Colwell_Bay, Totland and Norton_Green. The simplified eastern boundary with Totland and Colwell Bay is from the coast to the Summers Lane/Court Road junction, up Princes Road until it''s end, to the southern point of Solent Gardens, up to its northern end and then follows a line from it''s northern end to the A3054 at the Heathfield Road junction. The northern boundary with Norton Green starts here and follows the woods and open fields east to the Yar estuay. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Freshwater is a dispersed settlement at the western end of the Isle of Wight, stretching from the south coast at Freshwater Bay, north-westward until it merges with Totland and Colwell Bay. It is separated from Norton Green to the north by woods and fields.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
Gatcombe is a villages south of Newport, north of Chillerton and between Shorwell and Rookley. The settlements are very dispersed, occupying the area between the A3020 on the east, and the B3323 on the west.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. Separate categories for locations with a Godshill address include Roud, and Whiteley_Bank (including Sandford). If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Godshill is a village on the Isle of Wight located between Newport and Ventnor in the south east of the island.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
This category includes sites about local government, policing, judicial system, taxation and the military.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
This category includes general interest on-line guides and on-line directories specific to the area.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. Separate categories for locations with a Gurnard address include Rew Street (Marks_Corner). If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Gurnard is a village on the coast immedistely west of Cowes. Gurnard Pines is a southern extension inland.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
Havenstreet is a village south of Ryde, famous for being the centre of the Isle of Wight Steam Railway running from Wootton, through Havenstreet and Ashey to Smallbrooke. Ashey lies to the south east and east being made up of dispersed dwellings.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
This category includes health and medical resources.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
A village between Sandown and Shanklin that has gown to join the two.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
This category is for sites offering on-line maps, photographs, live web cams and satellite images.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
Marks Corner is the most important hamlet of an area of scattered dwellings between Gurnard and Northwood to the east and Porchfield to the west, extending from Parkhurst Forest in the south northward to the coast. Hamlets in the area include Great Thorness, Hillis Corner and Rew Street.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
Merstone is a small village between Rookley and Arreton.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
Mottistone is a village on the B3399 between Brighstone and Hulverstone.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. Separate categories for locations with a Seaview address include Pondwell (Oak Hill). If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Nettlestone and Seaview are two merged coastal villages north of Saint Helens and east of Oak Hill and Ryde. Nettlestone is regarded as including and being south of Holgate Lane, the east to west section of Solent View Road and the adjacent Esplanade.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. Separate categories for locations with a Newchurch address include Winford. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Newchurch is west of Winford and Sandown and along and to the north of the A3056. Related hamlets are Knighton, and Hale Common. The northern boundaries of the village is the southern part of the Arreton Valley.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. Newport is also a parish stretching to the south coast of the Island. Separate categories for locations with a Newport address include Arreton, Blackwater, Brook_and_Hulverstone, Calbourne, Carisbrooke, Chillerton, Gatcombe, Marks_Corner, Merstone, Ningwood, Porchfield, Shalfleet, and Shorwell. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Newport is the county town of the Isle of Wight. The town is situated slightly to the north of the centre of the island, at the head of the navigable section of the River Medina, which flows northward to the Solent, and on which the town has a quay. The built-up area of Newport includes (anti-clockwise from the west bank of the Medina in the north), Lower St Cross, Parkhurst, Hunny Hill, the Parkhurst, Albany and Camp Hill Prisons, Forest Side, Gunville, Carisbrooke, Clatterford, Shide, Barton, Staplers, and Cross Lane.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
This category contains links to local media. Newspapers, magazines, underground publications, independent publications, television stations and radio stations.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. Nearby locatons are Bouldnor, Cranmore to the west and Wellow to the south-west. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Ningwood is a village on the A3054 between Yarmouth and Shalfleet.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
Niton is a village at the southern tip of the Isle of Wight between Chale and Ventnor.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
Northwood is a village between Cowes and Newport on the west side og the Medina.
Please only suggest sites located in Norton to this category. Nearby locations are Colwell Bay, Norton Green and Yarmouth. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Norton is a village on the north coast of West Wight west of Yarmouth. The south part of the village has grown to include the hamlet of Hallets Shute. To the west is the Fort Victoria Country Park, to the south-west Colwell Bay and Norton Green is to the South.
It''s western boundary with Colwell Bay is Monk''s Lane, it''s southern boundary with Freshwater is an area of woodland and open fields, to the east is the River Yar estuary and to the north is Norton. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Norton Green is village in West Wight between Freshwater and Yarmouth, to the south of Norton and the east of Colwell Bay.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
A village between Ryde and Seaview, extending from the coast at Spring Vale, through Oak Hill and Bullen Cross northwards to include Pondwell Hill.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
Porchfield is a village on the eastern branch of Newport Creek, west of Marks Corner and north of the A3054. Hamlets close by include Clamerkin, Locks Green, and Bunt's Hill and dispersed settlements south to the A3054 and west of Parkhurst Forest.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
This category includes sites about hobbies, sports and participatory recreational activities including local recreation organisations, services, facilities and events.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality, or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
Rookley is a village in the centre of the island, between Newport and Ventnor.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
Roud is a hamlet in the south of the island, between Whitwell and Godshill.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. Separate categories for locations with a Ryde address include Fishbourne (Quarr Hill), Havenstreet_and_Ashey, Pondwell (Oak Hill), Saint_Helens, Upton, and Wootton. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Ryde is a seaside town and the second largest urban area on the Isle of Wight, with a population of approximately 30,000. It is situated on the north-east coast. The built-up area is made up of the town centre, Binstead, Haylands, Swanmore, Weeks, Oakfield, Elmfield, Appley, Woodlands Vale and St Clare. To the east are Nettlestone and Seaview, to the south Havenstreet and Upton, and. to the west, Fishbourne, Quarr Hill and Wootton Bridge.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
St Helens is a village on the Isle of Wight, UK. It lies on the coast, just north of Bembridge.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
A small village between Niton and Ventnor on the South East Coast
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. Separate categories for locations with a Sandown address include Alverstone, Apse_Heath, Lake, Newchurch, Winford and Yaverland. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Sandown is a seaside resort town on the south-east coast of the Isle of Wight. To the south and separated from it by Los Altos Park, is the village of Lake which has grown to join Sandown with Shanklin as a single built up area. Sandown occupies the southern coast of Sandown Bay and to the north along the bay is the village of Yalverland
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
This category includes sites about the local area's geography, natural environment and wildlife. It also contains sites about local activities, events, institutions and organisations related to science and the environment.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. Nearby locatons are Ningwood, Calbourne Cranmore, Thorley, Wellow and Porchfield. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location. Separate categories for locations with a Shalfleet address include Porchfield. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Shalfleet is a village in the north of the west of the island, between Yarmouth and Newport and on the south of the Newtown Estuary. Newtown is an adjacent hamlet.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
Shanklin is a popular seaside resort on the Isle of Wight, just south of Sandown on the south coast. The old village and the chine are its main attractions along with the sandy beach. It is separated from Sandown to the North by Lake. An adjacent hamlets is Luccombe to the south (Note: Ninham to the west is classed as part of Apse Heath).
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
Shorwell is a village between Brighstone and Chale on the B3399 in the South-west of the island.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
This category includes sites that reflect the make up of the community: its people, its history, and resources and institutions that serve the people, such as social service organisations.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
This is a dispersed settlement along the B3401, between Yarmouth and Wellow and south of Boulnor.
Please only suggest sites located in Totland Bay, and sites for the Needles, Alum Bay and the western end of Tennyson Down. Nearby locations are Freshwater and Colwell Bay. The simplified eastern boundary with Freshwater is from the coast to the Summers Lane/Court Road junction, up Princes Road until it''s end. The simplified northern boundary with Colwell Bay starts here and goes west-north-west to the coast along a line just south of Colwell Chine Road. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Totland is a settlement adjacent to Freshwater and occupying the western coast from Colwell Bay (Fort Warden) in the north to the south end of Totland Bay. The north of its built-up area merges into the built-up areas of Colwell Bay and Freshwater.
Sites submitted here should be based in the county. Note taxi and hire services with a single office should be suggested to the locality of that office. Sites whose focus is on travelling to and from the Island should be submitted to a regional or higher category ( e.g. Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Regions/South_East/Transport/).
This category includes sites providing area transport resources for those travelling within the region.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
This category includes sites for attractions and resources for those travelling in the area, including tourist guides.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
Upton is a village east of Havenstreet and south of Ryde.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. Separate categories for locations with a Ventnor address include Atherfield,Chale, Chale_Green, Niton, Rookley, Saint_Lawrence, Whiteley_Bank, Whitwell, and Wroxall. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Ventnor is a seaside resort established in the Victorian era on the south coast of the Isle of Wight, off the southern coast of England. It lies underneath St Boniface Down, and is built on steep slopes and cliffs leading down to the sea. The settled area stretches from Bonchurch to the east, to St. Lawrence in the west
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. Nearby locatons are Bouldnor, Ningwood, Cranmore and Thorley,. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Wellow is a dispersed settlement along the B3401 between Thorley and Newbridge being south of Cranmore and Ningwood.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
Whippingham is a dispersed village on the east bank of the Medina between East Cowes and Newport. A nearby hamlet is Binfield on the Medina.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
Whiteley Bank (or Whitley_Bank) is a village between Godshill and Shanklin and north of Wroxall. An adjacent hamlet is Sandford.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality, or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. Separate categories for locations with a Whitwell address include Roud. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Whitwell is a village in the southern tip of the island on the A3055 between Niton and Ventnor. It is merged with the hamlet of Nettlecombe, and nearby is the hamlet of Bierley.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
Winford is west of Sandown and to the north of the A3056 near Newchurch. Related hamlets are Queen Bower, and Borthwood.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
Wootton, and Wootton Bridge are villages in the north of the island between East Cowes and Ryde. They lie on the west bank of Wootton Creek at the A3054 crossing, with Wootton Common nearby to the south.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
Wroxall is a village located inland to the north of Ventnor.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
Yafford is a village near the South-west of the island between Brighstone and Chale and between Shorwell and the coast. The small hamlet of Thorncross is nearby.
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. Separate categories for locations with a Yarmouth address include Bouldnor, Cranmore, Ningwood, Norton, Thorley, and Wellow. If in doubt, please check using the postcode and a mapping facility as to the site''s exact location.
Yarmouth is a port in the western part of the Isle of Wight, off the southern coast of England. The town is named for its location at the mouth of the small Western Yar river (there is also an Eastern Yar on the island). Yarmouth is a crossing point for the river, originally with a ferry, replaced with a road bridge in 1863.
Sites submitted here should be based in or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area described. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
Yalverland is a small coastal village on Sandown Bay, north of Sandown.
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