A Day at the Bay

 

Photo: Sam Scadgell

Photo: Sam Scadgell

 

 

A Day at the Bay 
Freshwater Bay, Isle of Wight

Saturday 7 October 2017
12 hours of live music to raise funds for local charities

 

 

A Day at the Bay is made possible with the generous support of
Freshwater Parish Council and our sponsors:
Amazing Glazing
Chessell Pottery Barns
Coleman’s Carpets
Eldridges Solicitors
Freshwater Bay Golf Club
Orchard Bros family grocer
Picture Language Limited
Steve Porter Transport
Tennyson Garage
West Wight Alpacas
West Wight Audio

Wellow

 

**preview/launch event**
11.00am on Saturday 16 September
West Wight Alpacas, Wellow
Abacus Duo

 

 

The venues on Saturday 7 October 2017 are:
Dimbola Lodge
Freshwater Bay House
St Agnes church
Seahorses Bed and Breakfast
The Albion
The Bay Boutique Bed and Breakfast
The Piano Cafe
United Reformed Church Hall

Confirmed musicians on Saturday 7 October 2017 include:

Merlynna Johnson

Merlynna Johnson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wight Ukers

Wight Ukers

 

John Bentley

John Bentley

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mark Thomas

 

Nick Cane

 

 

 

 

 

 

All photos by Adam Tucker and David  D. Ballard.

Promoted with the help of Wightlink

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and Taste of the Wight.

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courtesy of Solent.co

A Day at the Bay supports a number of charities:

Ability Dogs for Young People
Training assistance dogs to enhance the independence of disabled young people
on the Isle of Wight.

Wessex Cancer Trust
WCT offers effective local support and information for all people
living with, or affected by, cancer.

Sophie Rolf Trust
SRT works with the Earl Mountbatten Hospice to develop services for Island children
with life-shortening illnesses.

Age UK Isle of Wight 
Age UK IW helps to break down barriers and improve the quality of life on our inclusive,
LGBT-friendly and age-friendly Island.

Earl Mountbatten Hospice
EMH provides Islanders with end-of-life care together with vital help and advice
for their families, friends and carers.

Freshwater Independent Lifeboat 
Freshwater’s sea-rescue organisation, independent of the RNLI,
is staffed entirely by volunteers and raises all its own funds
.

The Lantern Community at Seahorses
The Lantern Community offers life-enhancing opportunities for adults with learning difficulties.
Seahorses guest house and self-catering cottage provides a home , fulfilling work,
friendship and inspiration through mutual support
.

 Julia Margaret Cameron Trust
Dimbola Museum, at Mrs Cameron’s former home at Freshwater Bay, is dedicated to the life and work
of the celebrated Victorian pioneer photographer.

See also: www.adayatthebay.co.uk

West Wight Map Web Version

 

 

Credits

All content © 2017 by Albany Associates

Editorial: Albany Associates
Photography (Gallery and Slideshow): Jason Swain