We Fiddle for Fun and Fundraise for Free

      
                            
 
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Formed in 1986, the Isle of Wight Scottish Fiddlers is about 20 strong.  Members span the generations and come from a wide variety of backgrounds, all sharing an enjoyment of traditional fiddle music and the conviviality of membership.

We love to share our music with others, giving free performances for good causes. Beginning with the first Isle of Wight Scottish Fiddle Rally in 1988, the band has continued to raise thousands of pounds for various local, national and international charities including the RNLI, Macmillan Nurses, Cancer Research, The Mountbatten Hospice, Healing Arts, Tirgu Mures Clinic in Romania, Kosovo, Kalasa School in Uganda for HIV orphans, Chernobyl Children’s Lifeline, Love Russia, The Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East, Street Pastors, Juba Link, countless Churches and many other local groups. 

 Isle of Wight venues include Medina Theatre, Freshwater Memorial Hall, The Quay Arts Centre, Ventnor Winter Gardens, Ventnor Botanic Gardens, Osborne House, Appuldurcombe House, the Riverside Centre, Barton Manor, The Isle of Wight Folk and Blues Festival, The Isle of Wight Highland Gathering, and countless village and church halls. We have also performed on TV, at the Millennium Dome in 2000, on board the famous ocean-going Paddle Steamer ‘Waverley’ (cruising off the IoW coast during a storm!). And over the water we have given concerts at Southbourne, Kingsands, Exeter Cathedral, Buckfast Abbey, Buckfastleigh, and Broadclyst.