For your information. Please consult the Council website for full and accurate details.
|Town||Road affected||Date from||Date to||Zone closed||Reason|
|Newchurch||Skinners Hill||09:00||Mon 3/8||17:00||Fri 7/8||Palmers Lane to Alverstone Road||Utility works|
|East Cowes||Castle Street||18:00||Mon 27/7||06:00||Fri 31/7||Bridge Road to Trinity Road||Fibre works|
|East Cowes||Ferry Road / Castle Street||18:00||Mon 27/7||06:00||Fri 31/7||One way system revoked||Fibre works|
|Ryde||Bettesworth Road||08:00||Mon 27/7||16:00||Tue 28/7||St.|
An important message from Wessex Cancer Trust
The Daisy Bus offers free of charge travel for Island cancer patients needing treatment at Southampton General Hospital.
The Red Jet timetable is changing again imminently and more sailings will be offered but the new timings don’t match the Wessex Cancer Trust Daisy Bus timetable at all.… Read More...
The IW Prostate Cancer Support Group in association with Medina Lodge No 35 are hosting a Free PSA Blood Test Event for men aged between 45 & 85 at Cowes Enterprise College, Crossfield Avenue, Cowes PO31 8HB
On Saturday 26TH September 2020 between 9.15am – 2pm
Please note : BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
Review of Polling Districts and Places 2020
The Isle of Wight Council is conducting a review of the Polling Districts and Polling Places within the Constituency of the Isle of Wight. This is to accommodate the forthcoming changes to the boundaries of Isle of Wight Council electoral divisions from May 2021.… Read More...
Have you bought anything online recently?…
Almost 34% of all retail sales during May 2020 were carried out online.
New research suggests that only 16% of UK consumers intend to return to their old shopping habits post-lockdown.
Online shopping fraud during lockdown
Action Fraud, the UK’s national reporting centre for fraud and cyber crime, received over 16,000 reports relating to online shopping and auction fraud during the lockdown, with losses totalling over £16m.… Read More...
We’re all becoming familiar with the ways fraudsters approach victims – emails, texts, phone calls, letters and sometimes doorstep scams.
But did you know that social media is also a favourite place for scammers?
This month Get Safe Online’s campaign is all about Social Media scams – and the attached leaflet provides some great tips on how to avoid being scammed on social media.… Read More...
It’s that time of year again.
The Big Butterfly Count is on!