Create your own great dinner party
If you love great food and fancy holding your own private dinner party, why not invite your friends round? Then ask them to pay for their meal and tip the host by donating to the Isle of Wight Youth Trust.
For the perfect way to celebrate your great cooking just sign up today and we’ll send you an invite design.
Celebrate with us and feel twice as good
This October 24th and 25th we’re offering you the opportunity to make a double celebration, because not only will you be helping one of the Island’s most important charities but between now and then we’ll be supporting you with advertising and promotions.
Last year we asked venues to put aside a ‘Trust Table’ or create a special Bite the Wight dish.
In fact some people became so inspired they created their own unique event, whilst others offered their own special Bite the Wight produce.
Again, the choice of promotion is yours, all we ask is that you donate all the proceeds from your promotion to the Isle of Wight Youth Trust.
Sign up today and think about how you can get involved, in return we’ll provide you and your business with the following support:
• A listing, with your logo and web link on this dedicated website
• Support with creating your Bite the Wight inspired promotion, including posters, T-shirts, stickers and table cards
• Social media support through Facebook and Twitter
• A Bite the Wight commercial running on Isle of Wight Radio
• Promotion of Bite the Wight via Isle of Wight Radio’s website along with regular Bite the Wight updates on Topping in the morning
• Wightlink sponsored Bite the Wight promotions via their “what’s happening during your stay” email and local media advertising
• Continuous editorial updates in The Isle of Wight County Press
• A full page advertisement in The Isle of Wight County Press listing all participating venues and promotions
• Plus, the opportunity to win £1000 worth of commercial airtime on Isle of Wight Radio So what’s stopping you?
Sign up today and join the growing list of Island businesses who are helping the Island’s young people.