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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
Wootton Parish Council Wootton Bridge is situated on the north coast of the Isle of Wight, midway between Ryde and Newport. It is about 3 1/2 miles from each and within a short distance from the main ferry terminals of Fishbourne [Wightlink] and East Cowes [Red Funnel]. The village is located amidst beautiful countryside, some of which bears Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty or Site of Special Scientific Interest designations. Town Clerk: Liz Kingston
Shorwell Parish Council 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. You can contact the Council by post (Clayacres, Fine Lane, Shorwell, PO30 3JY) or by telephone or email. The Clerk to the Parish Council is Mike Davies.
Totland Parish Council Totland Parish Council office is situated on The Broadway in Totland. Office opening times are Monday and Tuesday 9am to 12 noon and Wednesday and Thursday 9.30am to 12.30pm. Town Clerk: Helen Gibbs
Shalfleet Parish Council Telephone the Clerk, Sally Woods on 01983 531491 or visit the office which is open on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday between 9.30am and 1pm at the address below.
Rookley Parish Council Welcome to Rookley Parish Council. Until the 1970s the village was part of neighbouring Godshill, but local government re-organisation at that time gave it it’s own Parish Council. The Parish Council is the first tier of local government and the closest to residents. Its members meet each month and have responsibility for such things as grass cutting (the Council owns The Green) and commenting on planning applications. Town Clerk: Michael Taplin (Contact address, Flat 1, 10 Hope Road, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, PO37 6EA)
Northwood Parish Council Welcome to the Village of Northwood situated just south of Cowes on the Isle of Wight. Our website provides news, events and information for the Village, our interesting twelfth century Parish Church and a link to the Primary School. Town Clerk: Barbara Herbert (11 Wyatts Lane, Northwood, PO31 8QB.)
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.
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.
Wroxall is a community of some 1900 residents nestling in the downs in the south-eastern part of the Isle of Wight, about two miles north of the sunny resort of Ventnor. We are on the B3327 road. Wroxall Parish Council was formed in 1984; before then the village was a ward of Ventnor. We have a shop, a post office, primary school and a pub, that can be the starting or finishing points for glorious walks to or from Ventnor, Shanklin, Whitwell or Godshill. The Council meets on the second Monday of each month in the Methodist Church Hall at 19.00. Members of the public are very welcome to attend meetings. Town Clerk: Michael Taplin (Contact address below)
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.
Parish Office: 5 Foreland Road, Bembridge, PO35 5XN The office opens Monday to Friday 9.30am to 12.30pm
There are just under 500 households in the electoral area of the Parish Council which is made up of the village of Whippingham, Barton Manor Estate and surrounding area and also includes part of Island Harbour. Clerk: Val Taylor
St Helens Parish Council serving the Village of St Helens on the Isle of Wight. Visitors to St Helens will find all the facilities they need including a post office, two restaurants and an excellent pub as well as many scenic walks and a superb family friendly beach. Many events take place in the Village throughout the year including a Village Fayre and the Carnival and Sports Day on August Bank Holiday Monday which has been taking place for over a hundred years.
A variety of local information is available from the Town Council, and you are welcome to call us for general enquiries or to view documents by appointment such as Meeting Agendas and Minutes or Planning Applications. You can contact the Council by post, telephone or email. The Clerk to the Town Council is Ms Stella Janeway LL.B (Hons) CiLCA MILCM
The Town Council would like to welcome you to its website. We hope you will find it easy to use. Should you have any comments or suggestions that will improve the site then please do contact us. The aim of this website is to provide the residents of Sandown with everything they need to know to follow what the Council is doing on their behalf. It will also provide visitors with contact details and links to the things Sandown has to offer in the way of amusement, entertainment and education. It is hoped that with your suggestions and help the site can be kept up to date and relevant.
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.
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.
Ventnor is a Victorian seaside town located on the south-east coast of the Isle of Wight with just over 6,000 residents. A variety of local information is available from the Town Council, and you are welcome to call us for general enquiries or to view documents such as Meeting Agendas and Minutes, or Planning Applications. You can contact the Council by post, telephone or email, or by using the online contact form on our website. The Clerk to the Town Council is David Bartlett. The Assistant Town Clerk is Alison Killick.