Newport and Carisbrooke Community Council's five-year plan came to fruition last week, as they opened brand new public toilets in Post Office Lane. In 2016 the Council took over all the public toilets in Newport and Carisbrooke when the IW Council ceased to run them. Post Office Lane was quickly... read more →
Do you have a child aged 18 to 24 living at home during this pandemic? If they are not working then you should consider applying for Universal Credit for young people – This benefit is predominantly for those living at home and surviving from the bank of Mum and Dad.... read more →
WINTER IS COMING EVENT CANCELLED AND TO BE HELD ONLINE Covid spike leads to ‘help event’ being cancelled The organisers of ‘Winter is Coming’ event have had to cancel it due to concerns over public health. It will be replaced by a Facebook Live event, and information given via phone... read more →
Newport & Carisbrooke Community Council will be hosting a ‘Community Clean Up’ morning on Friday 23rd October 2020. The clean up will target Victoria Recreation Ground in Newport and NCCC are looking for volunteers to come and help them clear the area of litter. People are being asked to... read more →
Please click here to read the Hampshire Constabulary newsletter for September 2020.
Red Squirrel Trail Expansion and enhancements 7th September 2020 The famous Red Squirrel Trail is 32 miles of mostly traffic-free cycling through the heart of the Isle of Wight’s beautiful countryside. The trail takes in estuaries, woodland, farmland, downland, and a stretch of the Island’s fantastic coastline. Now cyclists can... read more →
The public toilets at Seaclose and Carisbrooke High Street will be re-opening on Saturday (8.30am - 6pm) Isle of Wight Council playparks have opened and we are looking to re-open our own playparks at Downside, Victoria Recreation Ground and Clatterford very shortly when we can ensure it is safe to... read more →
PRESS RELEASE FROM CHRIST THE KING COLLEGE: Community Defibrillator installed at Christ the King College Residents of Carisbrooke will now be able to use a defibrillator recently installed at Christ the King College. Back in February, the school launched a campaign to raise enough funds to house their existing defibrillator... read more →