The Bestival organisers have published their usual Information for Local Residents. Please click on the link BELOW to download the information/document:
The Parish Council has a small amount of funds available to give grants to voluntary or charitable organisations, under the provisions of Sec 137, Local Government Act 1972. Preference will be given to those organisations that can show how they benefit the residents of Havenstreet and Ashey. Any organisations wishing to apply should do so to the Clerk by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
It now seems likely that the Route 34/34A Community Bus Service will end on 4 September 2015, due to funding cuts, although two IOW Councillors have submitted a motion to have the cuts suspended until a consultation exercise has been undertaken.
How important is this? Do you use the community bus? Do you rely on it? Should the Parish Council try to save it, even if it means increasing the Council Tax?
We need to know your views. Please telephone Veronica Hattersley (Chair) on 882155 or Chris Binnie (Clerk) on 565334, or email email@example.com
The summer 2015 joint newsletter is now available. Please click on the link BELOW to download it:
Another Havenstreet Community Bus Service, the 34A, operating on TUESDAYS started on 17th March, to supplement the existing Monday and Thursday service. The route starts in Wooton, then runs via Binstead, through Havenstreet, then back to Wooton, where there are links to Newport and Ryde by the Southern Vectis No. 9 service. It does not run to East Cowes.
The bus calls at Havenstreet Railway Station at 9.55am, 10.45am, 11.35am, 13.05pm, and 13.55pm. Please click on the Around the Parish then Community Bus tabs to see the full timetable.
From 5 January 2015, the Route 34 Community Bus was cut from five days a week, to two days a week. It now operates on on Mondays and Thursdays only. The Route 33 timetable has not been changed. Please click on the link BELOW to download the timetables:
The IOW Steam Railway is again offering a discounted season ticket to Havenstreet and Ashey residents. Please click on the link BELOW to see the details:
Havenstreet won the Medium Village Category in the 2014 Best Kept Village competition. Congratulations to all Havenstreet residents. The awards ceremony, attended by Parish Council Chair, Veronica Hattersley, was on 25th September. She was presented with a plaque, and a prize of £150. The Parish Council is still deciding how to spend the prize money, so if you have any views/ideas, please email or telephone the Clerk.