Binstead, Isle of Wight
Photos, Maps, Books and Memories

Historic maps of Binstead and the local area, hand-drawn by Ordnance Survey cartographers and Samuel Lewis.

Lovely Place

I love Binstead, met my first wife there Carole, who lived in Beatrice Close. We walked all around the village but the best walk was from the Church of the Holy Cross up to Ladies Walk, a truly beautiful place which I still enjoy at my age of 66yrs. In recent years parts of Binstead have been ruined by over development, too many houses and increase in traffic, but I still love it.

A memory of Binstead by John Smith

Binstead In The Big Freeze 1962 63

I was born in Newnham Road Binstead in 1955 and have happy memories of the freedom of living there. Being able to walk to Binstead school and walking alone to my godmother's farm (Newnham Farm) looking for bird's nests (quite legal then!) without a care. However the most distinct memory was waking up on ...Read full memory

A memory of Binstead by Robert Hall

Wonderful Years

Living on the island was like living in paradise - it seemed like a constant holiday! I remember walking from 'Danehurst' along Pitts Lane across Binstead Road and up Cemetary Road to school every day. I loved walking to the beach through the woods near Quarr Abbey and through to Fishbourne. I loved going to Sunday School ...Read full memory

A memory of Binstead by Carole Wilson