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Action-packed activities for your half-term break

  May half term is almost upon us, and now is your last chance to book your fantastic family break. With bright, breezy weather arriving just in time for the holiday, there'll be plenty of outdoor activities to get involved in all over the island! But don't worry - rain won't stop play either; there's enough variety here for all tastes, interests and weather conditions! Check out a few of our favourite activities: Adventure Activities Isle of Wight- School Holiday Adventure Days Young Adventurers’ School Holiday Adventure Days offer an exciting day of land and water activities for children between the ages of 8–16 during the school holidays. Young Adventurers will have the opportunity to try: coasteering, paddle boarding, archery, kayaking team challenges, climbing, mountain boarding, bushcraft skills, mega SUP, and more! Creepy Crawly Carisbrooke Castle Enjoy the challenge of handling a variety of animals as creepy creatures have wormed their way into the castle. See how they move and how they feel, and have lots of fun encountering a variety of brilliant beasts. Island Planetarium The Island Planetarium has been “Reaching for the Stars” for over 20 years, offering a fascinating journey through time and space; stimulating your imagination and mind, in their astrodome theatre and exhibition. Osborne House Osborne House, Queen Victoria’s family home, is one of the most popular tourist attractions on the Isle of Wight. After first visiting Osborne, England’s longest-reigning monarch wrote: ‘It is impossible to imagine a prettier spot.’ Ever since Queen Victoria’s own princes and princesses played here, Osborne has been a special place of fun and freedom for children and families. Click to see our full breakdown of May half term Island activities!  
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All levels

These classes have been specifically designed to allow participants to work at their own intensity level, with the ability to modify all exercises according to their own personal fitness.


A person new to training or an individual with below average fitness levels can be termed as a beginner. These classes are also suitable for those returning to exercise after a break/injury.


A person training at intermediate level should have a fair amount of base fitness and coordination and thus can be exposed to a higher intensity workout.


At an advanced level, the participant should have experience in subjecting themselves to high intensity training on a regular basis. Every person starting off as a beginner should aspire to reach this level.

Online booking is available for members for classes, activities and spa treatments.
Non-members can book our spa treatments online, and please call 01983 766222 to book classes or activities.

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