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Wight Strollers donate 8K to Isle of Wight charities

Dog Ability 4 Youth was awarded £1,500, Isle of Wight Food Bank also get £1,500, Veterans Center 1,000 pounds, Isle of Wight Babysitter £1,000 and £750 transferred to Pipes and Drums Isle of Wight Highland.

In addition, two more defibrillators were donated to the Island community along with Isle of Wight NHS Trustone is located at Compton Bay and the other at Castle Carisbrooke.

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Program director Emily Scotcher said: “Hearing about the difference our donations will make to local communities is what makes all the hard work worthwhile.

“The ethos of our company has always been and always will be to raise as much money as possible while having as much fun and spreading as much joy as possible, and I couldn’t be more delighted with the contributions we make. I was able to execute from Aladdin.

“Thank you, from each and every one of us, to everyone who supported the show – we wouldn’t be able to do what we do without you guys.”

The Wight Strollers’ 2024 pantomime will be Snow White, and will be performed at the Medina Theater on February 10, 11, and 17.

In the meantime, you can meet them next Summer Fun Day at Rookley Village Hall and Sports Field on Sunday, July 23, from 10am to 4pm.

Featuring a wide range of rides offered by The Wight Strollers, stalls provided by local merchants and charities, a fun dog show for everyone and plenty of refreshments included Homemade cakes, tea, coffee, ice cream and Pimm’s, it’s set to be a great family day out.

The main arena will be home to plenty of live entertainment, with magical Huxley, singers Double Take and Emily Scotcher, Jaydene Lee Arts, Mr Baker’s Dozen Morris Dancers, and the Vectis Drum Team.

Entrance fee £2 for adults but free for children. Cash is recommended, as some games and activities require cash payment.


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