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Bonchurch (Town)

  • 9 resources

Set on a stable section of former landslip, Bonchurch features a landscaped village pond fed by a spring. A former Stone Age and Roman settlement, a church has existed here since the 9th Century.

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East Dene Centre (Activities)

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The former home of Victorian poet Algernon Swinburne and formerly a convent, East Dene is set in 10 acres of stunning woodland with views across the English Channel and direct beach access.

An incredibly wide range of supervised outdoor pursuits are offered, along with a selection of academic resources.

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St Lawrence Undercliff

  • 6 resources

The largest urban landslide complex in northern Europe, The Undercliff stretches from Niton to Bonchurch and its sheltered south facing location gives rise to a microclimate considerably warmer than elsewhere on the Island.

Still prone to landslips and subsidence this is an ideal location to study coastal erosion.

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Ventnor (Town)

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Lying underneath St Boniface Down (241m) and built on steep slopes leading down to the sea, Ventnor's sheltered location results in more sunny days and fewer frosts than most of the UK.

Famously a site of World War 2 radar stations. The largest British colony of wall lizards live in walls throughout the town.

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Ventnor Botanic Garden

One of the great gardens of Britain, basking in a subtropical microclimate typically 5 degrees warmer than anywhere else in the UK.

Visitors can expect a Mediterranean-style climate with lots of unprotected sub tropical plants growing outdoors, shown in representations of the world's geographical regions. Look out for the wall lizards!

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