This week the Rowridge television transmitter site opened its doors to show how preparations for the Digital switchover on the Isle of Wight have been progressing. Digit Al visited the Island to have a look.
Isle of Wight Council’s Community Development Manager Lee Matthews tells us about the Olympic Torch coming to the Isle of Wight and the route it will follow. Watch Video.
An updated list of road works across the Isle of Wight for this week (7th November) has been published on the council’s website.
You see them on the Isle of Wight’s roads during cold weather, but there’s more to gritting vehicles that just spreading salt. Take a video tour.
This week the Isle of Wight Council launched a consultation about the future of autism support on the Island. This consultation will help shape the Isle of Wight Autism Strategy and will link in with similar strategies being developed in Hampshire, Southampton, and Portsmouth as part of the Hampshire Autism Partnership Board.
A new voice for Isle of Wight parents online. Ofsted has launched Parent View, a new online website that will allow parents and carers across England to give their views on their child’s school at any time of the year.
If you do not want to be disturbed by trick or treaters on the Isle of Wight this Halloween, download and print out a copy of a ‘No Trick Or Treat’ poster to display by your front door.
All news relating to the council is now available in the ‘Latest News’ section on iwight.com To keep everyone abreast of changes there is also a Facebook live service updates page too!