Newtown National Nature Reserve and Old Town Hall

A quiet backwater with a busy Medieval past, now bursting with wildlife and a town hall with no town...

Newtown National Nature Reserve and Old Town Hall

Things to see and do 

Newtown National Nature Reserve and Old Town Hall

What's on 

Sticks put together to spell the word autumn in Borthwood Copse on the Isle of Wight

October half term on the Isle of Wight 

Test your pirate skills, find out all about autumn fruits, or just try some autumn '50 things to do before you're 11¾'. We have plenty of ways for you to enjoy half term this October on the Isle of Wight.

Upcoming events

Guided Tour: The Curious History of Newtown Old Town Hall

Wed 25 Sep 2019
13:30-14:30
The Old Town Hall has a fascinating history and our tour will guide you around this ancient building whilst telling you tales from its past.

Guided Walk: Winter Birdwatching at Newtown

Sun 20 Oct 2019
10:00-12:30
Learn all about birds, from spotting them to song identification, and discover the seasonal migrants of Newtown on our two mile gentle, guided walk.

Guided Walk: Tree Stories

Fri 25 Oct 2019
10:00-12:00
Imagine if trees could talk. What might they say? Let's look at trees in a different way to discover more about what it's like to be a tree, how they thrive at Newtown and how our trees provide life to so many other things.
Newtown National Nature Reserve and Old Town Hall

History

The Old Town Hall

The National Nature Reserve

Newtown National Nature Reserve and Old Town Hall

Our work

Newtown National Nature Reserve and Old Town Hall

Places to stay

The dining room of East Rosetta Cottage on the Isle of Wight

Enjoy a holiday near Newtown 

Watch boats sail past from your window when you stay at either Rosetta Cottage or East Rosetta Cottage in Cowes, just a short drive along the coast from Newtown.

Newtown National Nature Reserve and Old Town Hall

Get involved

Aerial viewof the Needles Headland, Isle of Wight

Isle of Wight Association 

Find out more about how you can join the Isle of Wight Association, and support the work of the National Trust.