Isle of Wight Services
Households on the Isle of Wight that use clear recycling sacks will soon begin to receive their next supply of bags. Deliveries will begin from 7th January and are estimated to take around five weeks to complete meaning homeowners should get their new sacks by February 11th.
Police are reminding festive party-goers to nominate a designated driver (Des) before heading out on the town this New Year’s Eve.
People on the Isle of Wight are being reminded of the potential risks to their lives from using ‘legal high’ drugs and the message during this party season is: keep yourself safe and avoid “legal highs”.
Sainsbury’s in Newport on the Isle of Wight are providing local residents with a solution to make use of their Christmas cards this year.
Isle of Wight Police are appealing for information after a motor vehicle was stolen and set fire to during the Christmas period.
Police are appealing for information as part of an ongoing investigation into two arson attacks at public toilets in Colwell Bay, Freshwater.
Five ‘bundles of joy’ arrived on the Island in time for Christmas 2012. All five Christmas babies were born at St. Mary’s Hospital, Newport, Isle of Wight.