A variety of creative fundraising ideas have helped staff at Matalan’s Newport store raise a massive £7,600 for Earl Mountbatten Hospice.
Isle of Wight News
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Wightfibre is the Island’s very own fibre optic network providing phones and high speed broadband to businesses throughout the
Isle of Wight. It is the only telecom service on the Island that does not use BT lines. Why pay more?
Their data centre and support staff are in Cowes so any questions can be quickly resolved, with local, Island knowledge. Call 01983 30 00 00 to speak directly to one of their business advisors.
Pop-up Beethoven performance planned in protest against Music Service cuts: Find out how to take part
Music Service pupils and other Island amateur and professional musicians are planning a pop-up performance of Beethoven’s Ode to Joy to raise awareness of the cuts to the Island's Music Service. All welcome to take part.
Thursday, 24th April, 2014 8:49am
By Sally Perry with one comment
Find out what the Task and Finish Group are recommending to the Full Council following their public meeting with stakeholders and cross-Solent operators.
Wednesday, 23rd April, 2014 1:40pm
By Sally Perry with 30 readers' comments
Although this Friday sees the end of production of bottles of milk under the 'I Love Isle of Wight Milk' brand, there are still other farms and outlets you can buy Isle of Wight milk from.
Wednesday, 23rd April, 2014 12:27pm
By Sally Perry with 5 readers' comments
If you want to find about more about Personal Independence Payments (PIPs) and what's happening with the backlog of assessments on the Island, head to Riverside Centre this Friday.
Wednesday, 23rd April, 2014 9:37am
By Andrew Turner's Office with 4 readers' comments
It’s sad to hear that jobs will be lost and Islanders won’t be able to continue to buy ‘I Love Isle of Wight Milk’, as the supermarket ‘milk price wars’ drives the dairy out of the market.
Tuesday, 22nd April, 2014 5:28pm
By Sally Perry with 9 readers' comments