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The Lifeboat

The Lifeboat East Cowes

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Situated on the waterfront of the Medina River in East Cowes, The Lifeboat is one of the area’s most popular bars and restaurants. Come and enjoy the Island’s best kept secret.

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The Anchor

The Anchor Cowes

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Situated right in the very heart of Cowes town centre, The Anchor offers excellent food, award winning ales and a warm friendly welcome throughout the year.

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Waverley Lamb Shank

The Waverley Carisbrooke

BUY ONE MAIN MEAL, GET ONE HALF PRICE*

A new and exciting bar menu, with a choice of good value for money food, and also some slightly higher priced dishes providing ‘just that little bit more’ including daily specials, using, as far as possible, locally sourced ingredients and tapping into the food trends that are popular at present, to provide you with an exciting dining experience.

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Reigning supreme…

THE JOHN HANNAM INTERVIEW

Who has been the Island’s favourite pop group of the last 50 years? There are numerous bands to choose from, but for many the Cherokees are still revered as our most popular ever and they reigned supreme for 10 years from the early 1960s.

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