When Leisure Isle was laid out, a business precinct was planned around Kingsway Park, and certain properties surrounding this Park have business rights. Over time various enterprises were established there, and the 'Pink Umbrella' was a popular eatery and landmark for many years.

The building that houses More at the Gallery and Nadine Corner has a long history. It was initially built as The Leisure Isle Service Station and Garage. In 1952 it was transformed into the Wiles Gallery by Island artist Brian Wiles to display the work of his father WG Wiles. Over many years up until its sale in 2000, the gallery featured mainly the work of the family group of artists consisting of WG, his brothers Bernard and Frank, as well as Brian, Lucy, Pauline and Jane Wiles.


The businesses currently operating in Kingsway are :

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