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Despite its name, the civil parish of Arreton contains a lot more than Arreton village. It also contains Merstone, Blackwater, Horringford, Hale Common, Budbridge, Newport Golf Club and much of the land between Long Lane and Blackwater Road. That adds up to a significant area of land for which the Parish Council must try to provide a good service. The parish has a relatively small population, which should mean that individuals can make their voices heard. Clerk: Sheila Caws
Parish Office: 5 Foreland Road, Bembridge, PO35 5XN The office opens Monday to Friday 9.30am to 12.30pm
Brading Town Council serves the residents of Brading. The area of Brading is covered by two tiers of local government; Isle of Wight Council and Brading Town Council. The Brading Town Council works in partnership with the Isle of Wight Council, as well as other relevant public service agencies and volunteer organisations to achieve positive results for our area. Please feel free to contact the Town Clerk and staff at the Brading Centre. They will be happy to advise you on any questions or enquiries you may have.
The Parish includes the villages of Brighstone, Brook and Mottistone as well as smaller hamlets and settlements such as Hulverstone and Limerstone. Clerk: Mrs. Joy Walker
Calbourne, Newtown and Porchfield Parish Council on the Isle of Wight. We aim to provide useful information for both residents and visitors about the Parish Council. Clerk: Valerie Taylor
The Council is supported by its Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer Katie Riley. Safeguarding the heart of the community.
YMCA part of the Local Community Need a place to meet? If you are a community group and are looking for somewhere to meet then we can help. Within our Chapel we have the perfect meeting place Are you interested in setting up a group? If you are interested in setting up a group. Whether you want to play table tennis, dancing or you just want to meet up for a chat. Then we can help with the space If you are interested then please pop into the house or call 01983 862441
Sandown Road, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, PO37 6HT
Cowes, the Jewel in the Solent, steeped in history yet forward thinking in outlook with a great maritime tradition. Town Clerk: Debbie Faulkner
The Council offices are on the first floor of the Town Hall but for those who find the stairs too much of a challenge, a meeting room is available on the ground floor by the main entrance. The Offices are open from : 10.00am – 12.00pm Monday to Friday. Town Clerk: Sue Chilton
Everyone is welcome to the Parish Council Meetings which usually take place on the second Thursday of the month. Residents are invited to raise local issues and concerns and the Ward Councillor is usually in attendance. The Parish Clerk and one or two Councillors also hold a surgery from 10.00 am on Tuesdays at Royal Victoria Yacht Club. Notices of meetings can be found through this website or on the notice boards situated throughout Fishbourne. Parish Clerk – Mrs Sheila Caws
The Parish is now a thriving rural community with a population of almost 5,400. The economy is mainly agricultural and tourism based with a small number of manufacturing and service companies. The village has two banks and a Post Office in the large Co-Operative supermarket. There is also a sports centre which is the West Wight Sports and Community Centre. The village has two banks and a Post Office in the large Co-Operative supermarket. There is also a sports centre which is the West Wight Sports and Community Centre. Click here to visit their website. There are two small supermarkets and enough other businesses to make the village almost self-sufficient. Clerk: Michael Mills
Our aim is to keep people informed as to what is happening within the parish of Godshill. Therefore on our website we have included information regarding the Parish Council, the school, various businesses and organisations, local news and much, much more. Godshill Parish Council meets at Godshill Methodist Hall on the first Monday of each month at 7.30pm. Members of the public are always welcome to attend these meetings and there are opportunities for questions to be raised and proposals to be presented. Should you wish to become involved with the Parish Council and volunteer some of your time then please contact any of the current committee members via the details on our website. Contact Gareth Hughes on (01983) 853232
Gurnard Parish Council Mrs Katie Riley, Clerk to Gurnard Parish Council, 11 Bay View Road, Gurnard, Isle of Wight, PO31 8JF
Welcome to the Havenstreet and Ashey Parish Council website. (link below) We hope that both parishioners and visitors to the Parish Website will find this information useful. Please email the Parish Clerk, Richard Priest, on: email@example.com to submit any ideas, or information which you would like to see on the website.
A variety of local information is available from the Parish Council, and you are welcome to call us for general enquiries or to view documents such as Meeting Agendas and Minutes, or Planning Applications. The Clerk to the Parish Council is Mike Taplin.
Nettlestone & Seaview Parish Council serves the villages of Nettlestone & Seaview and other resident communities within the parish on the Isle of Wight. The village of Nettlestone is situated on the B3330 which comes from Ryde and goes through Nettlestone and continues to St. Helens and Bembridge. The village of Seaview is a coastal village between Bembridge to the east and Ryde to the west. It is situated on the Isle of Wight opposite to Portsmouth Harbour with the Solent separating the island from mainland England. The Parish Council pages contains information about the duties and responsibilities of the Parish Council, as well as councillors’ details and much online content such as planning applications, minutes and agendas, dates and times of meetings and much, much more.
Our website is operated by Newchurch Parish Council to provide its residents, organisations and communities with ready access to relevant information in and around the Parish. Are you interested in finding out how your Parish Council functions? If so, come along to one of the meetings, which are open to the public. These are held on the 3rd Monday of each month in the Newchurch Parish Hall commencing at 7.30 pm. We would welcome your views and input at all levels.
The Parish Council serves seven wards, Carisbrooke, Newport Central, Newport East, Newport North, Newport South, Newport West and Parkhurst. If there any items you wish to discuss, please contact the Clerk or your local Parish Councillor.
Niton and Whitwell Parish Council Niton and Whitwell are vibrant villages on the southern tip of the Isle of Wight, little more than a mile apart and surrounded by stunning landscape and coastline. Most facilities are in Niton, which has a good range of shops, a GPs’ surgery, a library, a recreation ground, a football club and a primary school. Each village has a Parish Church and a village hall, while Whitwell also has a petrol station.