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From 17th - 21st February the Isle of Wight Steam Railway are letting visitors take an interesting stroll around the station while the trains aren't running. What's more, a selection of historical locomotives, carriages and wagons will be on display and the brand new "Changing Trains Building" is scheduled to be opened for the very first time! Visit http://www.iwsteamrailway.co.uk/ for more information. If it's antiques you're after, Sunday 23rd February sees Northwood House in Cowes host the annual Antiques & Collectors Fair in aid of the Isle of Wight Motor Neurone Disease Association. An array of items will be for sale including Isle of Wight books, vintage items, jewellery, garden antiques and much more! Entrance to the fair will is £2.00 per adult or 3 for £5.00 – all accompanied children go free and a selection of tea, coffee and light snacks will be available. Visit http://www.northwoodhouse.org/ for more information. From 14th-23rd February Robin Hill will be welcoming back their ‘Electric Woods: Spirit of The Orient’; a stunning spectacle of Oriental themed light, sound and colour to mark the coming of the Chinese New Year. The park’s ancient woodland will be open every evening from 5pm until 9pm so that the beautiful oriental theme can really take effect as dusk begins to fall. A dazzling array of coloured lanterns, flags and features will bring a magical glow to the paths and glades for visitors to enjoy. http://www.robin-hill.com/ Why not join us for a half-term break and make the most of these great events. If you would like to book please call our team on our Freephone number 0800 1389053 or e-mail info@westbayclub.co.uk.
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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.

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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.

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