Ferry travel to the Island
Both Wightlink and Red Funnel Ferries run regular crossing to the Island. They operate for passengers into 5 different Island towns – Ryde, Cowes, East Cowes, Fishbourne and Yarmouth – the latter 3 services also carry vehicles.
For full details on how to get to the Island visit the Island’s official tourism website
Bus travel on the Island
The bus service on the Island is operated by Southern Vectis. Bus services run from all the ferry ports into the central bus station in Newport. From here, both the number 7 and number 12 routes stop close to the Sports Centre.
More details and timetable can be found on the Southern Vectis website
Directions to West Wight Sports & Community Centre
The Centre is based in the centre of Freshwater village, next to the Isle of Wight Council car park. It is a 5 minute drive from the ferry terminal in Yarmouth.
By Car From Yarmouth
Follow A3055 into Freshwater and down School Green Road. Turn RIGHT towards Brookside Road and then LEFT into the Moa Place car park. West Wight Sports & Community Centre is at the top of the car park.
By Car From Newport
Follow Newport Road (also known locally as ‘Middle Road’) to the junction with Afton Road. Turn RIGHT and follow Afton Road until it joins School Green Road at the roundabout. Travel along School Green Road to the junction with Brookside Road. Moa Place Car Park is immediately on your LEFT. West Wight Sports & Community Centre is at the top of the car park.
The Centre is located next to a pay and display Isle of Wight Council car park. There is also further parking in Avenue Road, which is a 5 minute walk from the Centre. The Centre is located in a residential area so there is some limited on street parking.