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Meet the Maker – Studio Delma

This article first appeared in the Jan/Feb 24 edition of Style of Wight magazine. Words by James Rayner. Photos by Julian Winslow. Amongst the undulating green fields just south of Whitwell, in a converted stone outbuilding, you’ll find the characterful new home of Studio Delma. After a sturdy knock on...

The Life of an Artisan Baker – Piotr Banachowski

This article first appeared in the Jan/Feb 24 issue of Style of Wight magazine. Words by James Rayner. Photography by Julian Winslow At 2 AM on a chilly Monday morning, behind the unassuming door of an industrial unit in Lake, master baker Piotr Banachowski ties his apron strings and fires...

Meet the Illustrator – Thea Welsford

This article first appeared in the May / June 2023 issue of Style of Wight magazine. For many a year, we’ve seen the distinctive and playful designs of local illustrator and designer Thea Welsford springing up all over the place — from the stylish Ventnor Fringe programme to printed materials...

Notes from an Island – The Literary Life of Wioletta Grzegorzewska

This article first appeared in the March/April 2023 edition of Style of Wight magazine. Words by James Rayner. Photos by Georgina Piper Photography. The Isle of Wight is becoming part of me. This bit of land, an isle off an island, speaking the many tongues of the world… These are the...

Behind the Wig with Quivers – Getting to Know The Island’s Most Talented Drag Performer

This article first appeared in the July /August 2022 edition of Style of Wight magazine Today we’re on a sunny (and quite blustery) Ryde Esplanade to meet the Isle of Wight’s most witty, distinctive, and well-known drag performer — Quivers. Fresh from a late-night appearance over the water in Portsmouth,...

Meet the Chef – Matt Tomkinson, The Hambrough

This article first appeared in the July / August 2021 edition of Style of Wight magazine Perched on the edge of Ventnor, overlooking the sparkly blue seas of The Channel, is The Hambrough; a hallowed name amongst foodie visitors and Islanders in the know. As the doors opened this year...

Style of Wight Children’s Writing Competition – winners announced!

Style of Wight is delighted to announce the winners of their 2021 Children's Writing Competition. We were blown away by the quality of entries by young Island authors aged 7-16 - the Isle of Wight has some serious literary talent! After careful consideration by our judging panel –...

Sicilian Pasta di Mandorla

“Pasta di Mandorla are a Sicilian Christmas speciality. My grandmother, Nonna Maria, my aunties and my mum used to make huge trays of them in those busy baking days leading to Christmas. Pasta di Mandorla make a delicious festive gift and are naturally gluten free.  They are also a great...

Christmas Crunch

“Put on your favourite Christmas jumper, turn up the festive tunes, and make a big batch of Christmas Crunch Granola. Golden oaty clusters with warm Christmas spices and maple/medjool sweetness with red goji berries (swap for cranberries if you prefer!) filled in reusable Kilner Jars and tied up with...

Soul-lifting roasted squash salad

Not just for summer, this everyday beauty combines rustic roasted Living Larder squash, caramelized onion and indulgent blue cheese (our favourite is multiple award-winning ‘Isle of Wight Blue’) in a gloriously satisfying turn-of-season salad.  Prep and cook time: 15 min prep, 40-45 min cook  Total time: 1 hour  Difficulty: medium  Ingredients:  1 butternut squash, peeled and cut into...