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Wright’s is well and truly a household name on the Isle of Wight. Originally established in 1990 the firm has expanded to 5 very successful offices each located in a prominent position in a main town. Each office is owned by a director located in branch with a compliment of experienced reliable staff. Our ethos is to always look after our clients best interests achieve the best possible price when selling and ensure as far as we can the move goes as smoothly as possible. We are all passionate about our Island and the people who live here. With over 125 years of experience between our senior staff there is no problem too large we cannot solve when selling Island homes. Please take a look through our properties and our website and let us know how we may help you.
The library provides a safe and welcoming space in the heart of the village. As well as providing the usual library facilities we also accommodate the Freshwater Help Centre. The library is supported locally by our Friends’ Group who help raise money for the library as well as helping us to provide regular events of all kinds.
The library provides a safe and welcoming space in Ventnor. As well as providing the usual library facilities we also host the performance sets collections of the Council’s Music Library collection. The library is supported locally by our Friends’ Group who help raise money for the library as well as helping us to provide regular events of all kinds. We look forward to seeing you soon.
The library provides a safe and welcoming space in the heart of Ryde. As well as providing the usual library facilities we also host Ryde Help Centre, and have regular Citizens Advice sessions.
The library provides a safe and welcoming space in the heart of Newport. As well as providing the usual library facilities we also have a reference section and a quiet study room. The library also contains part of the County’s music collection. We look forward to seeing you soon.
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Working towards a society that values everyone with mental health problems. Richmond Fellowship is a national mental health charity making recovery reality for thousands of people every year. We provide a range of services including residential support, supported housing, employment services and crisis support. Richmond Fellowship is now part of Recovery Focus, a group of charities with the shared aim to inspire individual recovery nationwide.
The Bobby Scheme is a practical service providing FREE home security, long-life smoke alarms and peace of mind for the vulnerable and elderly within Hampshire. Over the last 12 months, our trained fitters have helped to improve safety at over 2400 homes. The Bobby Scheme operates throughout Hampshire and the Isle of Wight (including Southampton and Portsmouth) and takes client referrals from a wide range of agencies and members of the public.
Wightcare provides a Community Alarm and Telecare service to enable Island residents to live independently in their own homes. Wightcare are the only Island based service which installs and maintains equipment, monitors calls 24/7 and provides a mobile responder service. With over 30 years experience, our professional service offers peace of mind for people who want to remain in the comfort of their own home but with the reassurance of support being available when needed.
HomeShare involves a simple exchange: accommodation (provided by householders with space) for help with everyday tasks (provided by a carefully-selected sharer) Mutual benefit sits at the heart of HomeShare. Both sides equally contribute to and benefit from this reciprocal living. Householders give space and gain agreed help in and around the home (not personal care). Home Sharers give that extra pair of hands and gain a homely place to live which fits their finances and life. They are brought together with a unique form of matchmaking, arrived at with thorough preparation and checking for the peace of mind of Householders and Home Sharers.
In order to apply to Isle of Wight Council for a Blue Badge you must be a resident on the Isle of Wight and have a permanent and substantial disability which causes inability to walk or very considerable difficulty in walking. For questions about the Blue Badge scheme, contact your local council or the initial enquiry support service.
Our team of debt experts help 620,000 people a year to deal with their debt problems. With 25 years’ experience, you can be confident that we can provide the advice and support you need to achieve long-term financial control.