Isle of Wight Services
Members of the Isle of Wight Council’s regulatory committee have voted to accept a small number of changes to taxi fares, with one slight increase and two reductions.
With both freezing temperatures and rain forecast in the next 24 hours, the Isle of Wight Council is urging all for motorists to take extra care on the roads today and tomorrow.
Isle of Wight Magistrates issued a a Crack House Closure Order against 132 Regent Street in Shanklin, under the Anti-Social Behaviour Act 2003.
Saturday 15th December 6-7pm “O COME ALL YE FAITHFUL” to Community Carol Singing Led by the ‘Slipshod Singers’ & Friends children from Yarmouth & Shalfleet Schools and accompanied by The Isle of Wight Salvation Army Band.
?Isle of Wight council gritters will be out salting the roads from 7pm tonight. Met Office advise: A frontal band of cloud and wintry precipitation is slowly drifting southwards with cold air following from the north, leading to a risk of ice.
Roads policing officers have arrested 17 people on suspicion of drink-driving just two days into Hampshire Constabulary’s ‘Smashed’ campaign.East Hampshire saw the highest number of arrests with seven; three in Fareham, three in Portsmouth and one on the Isle of Wight.
Isle of Wight Police are appealing for information after they were called to a public order incident in the High Street area of Shanklin Old Village around 1.00am on Saturday, December 1.