Clare Mosdell

Clare Mosdell was elected as councillor for Arreton and Newchurch.

She is also Cabinet member for Adult Social Care and Public Health.

Below are some of the articles relating to Clare.

£1m investment allocated for Westminster House, rated Good by CQC

calculator and money

At one time, the former Conservative-led Isle of Wight council sought to close Westminster House. Now it has been rated Good in all areas and has £1m investment promised.

Thursday, 8th August, 2019 6:03pm

By IW Council Press Office

Isle of Wight council Cabinet scrutinised over Public Health decision

clare mosdell - lac video tom stroud

Cllr Michael Lilley said he wanted to ensure that no corners had not been cut. Cllr Mosdell had to leave the chamber to compose herself, saying she was 'cross'.

Friday, 2nd August, 2019 12:21pm

By David Anderson, Local Democracy Reporter with 7 readers' comments

New home and phone number for mental health drop-in centre

Hayley and Hannah at Safe Haven

Those at the Safe Haven have worked hard to make it a welcoming and calm environment as well as a safe space where people can receive mental health support.

Tuesday, 23rd July, 2019 6:39pm

By Isle of Wight NHS Trust with one comment

New 20mph speed limit through centre of village agreed

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The local authority, working in close partnership with the Parish Council, Island Roads and the local ward member, have agreed a series of new speed restrictions throughout the parish to improve road safety.

Friday, 19th July, 2019 11:44am

By IW Council Press Office with 3 readers' comments

Public Health merger plans criticised over ‘lack of due diligence’


Cllr Michael Lilley said the report did not provide due diligence, criticising the lack of a risk and value for money analysis or consideration of other options.

Wednesday, 17th July, 2019 12:12pm

By David Anderson, Local Democracy Reporter

Isle of Wight council getting back into house building: Modular homes on the way

barry - julie - wayne and other at modular home

Cllr Abraham said that for years housing for young people had been totally neglected, adding that the Isle of Wight council have taken a pledge that they intend to deliver on.

Monday, 15th July, 2019 6:00pm

By Sally Perry with 5 readers' comments

Isle of Wight council Cabinet agree Public Health partnership plans

County Hall:

The Cabinet member said the partnership would allow IWC to fully share knowledge, expertise and resources.

Friday, 12th July, 2019 3:54pm

By Sally Perry with 3 readers' comments

Homelessness scheme to be piloted on the Isle of Wight

homeless bedding under steps

The Housing First model uses a property as a starting point, rather than the end goal, and allows people experiencing homelessness to get continuous support for their needs once they are housed.

Thursday, 11th July, 2019 6:57pm

By IW Council Press Office with 6 readers' comments

Long-term public health arrangement with Hampshire set to be agreed

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The Isle of Wight council has had an interim arrangement with Hampshire in place since the beginning of last year. They are recommending the cabinet approve a long-term arrangement.

Wednesday, 3rd July, 2019 4:30pm

By IW Council Press Office with one comment

Credibility of Isle of Wight council’s Mental Health Blueprint commitment challenged by campaigners and service users

People at the mental health meeting

We're told that austerity is over, but the group campaigning to save the Isle of Wight's mental health day centes believe "the books are balanced on the backs of our most vulnerable friends, family and neighbours" and they challenge the credibility of council's commitment to 'listen to service users'.

Monday, 10th June, 2019 8:25am

By Colleen Brannon with 3 readers' comments

Green light for homes for people with disabilities and learning difficulties

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The application was passed by the planning committee, despite concerns from residents about parking and the value of their property being affected.

Wednesday, 5th June, 2019 4:45pm

By Megan Baynes, Local Democracy Reporter with one comment

Have your voice heard: Public meeting to discuss Isle of Wight council’s plans to close mental health day centres

depressed man looking out of window through venetian blinds by Ethan Sykes

All those who will be impacted by the planned closures of the mental health day centres are encouraged to attend this public meeting next week to ensure your voice is heard, including family, friends and concerned residents.

Tuesday, 28th May, 2019 11:58am

By Colleen Brannon