A postponed Kite Festival takes to the skies at Culver this afternoon.
The event was scheduled to take place earlier this summer but it had to put off because it was too windy.
Around 250 kites were made at workshops across the Isle of Wight especially to be flown at the event. They each have pictures of endangered animals because the Kite Festival is part-funded by Natural Wight, an organisation that is working to promote and protect local wildlife.
There will be a procession from Yaverland Car Park at 2pm, accompanied by Fat Samba. The kites will be flown at Bembridge Down between 2.30 and 5pm.
Islanders are welcome to bring their own kites and there will be a chance to make them during the festival, plus a visit from kite flying professionals Sky Bums, who also appeared during the Olympics ceremonies.