Paul Brading

Cllr Paul Brading was elected Isle of Wight councillor for Lake South in the 2017 local council elections.

He was also appointed Cabinet member for Children’s Services (including education).

Below are some of the articles mentioning Paul Brading.

Isle of Wight 2021 town, parish and community council results

Photo of Video screen showing the count at Medina Leisure Centre taking place

The votes were counted on Saturday and revealed some interesting results, with lots of new faces on Isle of Wight town, parish and community councils

Sunday, 9th May, 2021 8:46am

By Louise Hill, Local Democracy Reporter with 2 readers' comments

Yarmouth Vintage Car Boot sale organiser says it will come back – If councillor is voted out

The upscale popular Fair was much-loved but came to an end when the decision to close the local primary school was made, but the organiser says he could be convinced to restart it and has some conditions

Wednesday, 5th May, 2021 12:32pm

By Sally Perry with one comment

‘Covid is to blame not the council’ claims Conservative on their failure to deliver on key 2017 education election promise

man with unhappy face on piece of paper

In their 2017 election manifesto, the IW Conservatives promised that within four years all IW schools would be rated good and 25% outstanding by Ofsted. They’ve failed - and are blaming it on Covid

Tuesday, 27th April, 2021 6:55pm

By Louise Hill, Local Democracy Reporter with 8 readers' comments

Deputy Mayor joins those objecting to guest house to help the Island’s homeless

Leed Street property

Two Saints say tenants would not placed in the property directly from the street, but will have gone through a process to determine they are ready to live independently and successfully

Tuesday, 13th April, 2021 5:41pm

By Louise Hill, Local Democracy Reporter with 5 readers' comments

Former Labour education minister takes on Conservative education lead in Isle of Wight elections

Sarah McCarthy-Fry standing by Lake sign

The former MP, who was also Schools Minister for Special Educational Needs, believes that parents shouldn’t have to fight for the right provision for their children

Friday, 9th April, 2021 11:44am

By Richard Quigley with 6 readers' comments

Recognising the tireless efforts of Isle of Wight social workers on Social Work Day

social workers on appley beach

It's Social Work Day and a great time to thank social work staff who have worked tirelessly, creatively and with passion during the Covid-19 pandemic

Tuesday, 16th March, 2021 11:49am

By IW Council Press Office with one comment

Isle of Wight young carers celebrated for their incredible contributions

Young girl smiling

Young Carer Action Day is an annual event by The Young Carers Trust raising awareness of some of the challenges young carers face in their day-to-day lives, and the incredible contribution they make to their families and local communities

Monday, 15th March, 2021 3:07pm

By IW Council Press Office

Sandown’s New Dinosaur Isle: When it could open and hints at who might run it

Dinosaur Isle on a summer day with two people walking in front of it

At an Isle of Wight council meeting this evening, it emerged when Sandown’s New Dinosaur Isle could open, clues to who might run it and it sounds like tens of millions extra could be invested

Thursday, 11th March, 2021 7:40pm

By Sally Perry with 13 readers' comments

More cash from DWP to help vulnerable Islanders

Fifty pound notes

Another £158k has been added to the pot to help families on the Isle of Wight who are struggling

Friday, 5th March, 2021 12:17pm

By Louise Hill, Local Democracy Reporter with one comment

Laptops for disadvantaged children thanks to Southern Housing Group

pile of laptops

Some laptops have already been donated to children living in the women’s refuge and Southern Housing Group say they will continue the initiative after schools return

Tuesday, 2nd March, 2021 11:45am

By Will Jankowski

90 per cent of pupils offered a place at one of their preferred schools

school playground through fence

Today is National Offer Day when children up and down the country learn which secondary school they will attend for the 2021/22 academic year

Monday, 1st March, 2021 4:08pm

By IW Council Press Office with 4 readers' comments

Deadline looming for ‘connect4communities’ funding say Isle of Wight council

fifty pound note

The grants are specifically intended to fund organisations to help families in need with food, energy and water bills

Wednesday, 24th February, 2021 10:20am

By IW Council Press Office