The IOW Council now operates a collection service for unwanted goods. The most common items are televisions and fridges. If the goods are in working condition and re-useable, the service is free, otherwise it is £25 per collection. Collection day for Havenstreet and Ashey is Wednesdays. Please click on the link BELOW to download the details:
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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
The Southern Vectis Route 33 bus, the Route 34/34A Community Bus Service (together with others around the Island) ended on 4 September 2015, due to IOW Council funding cuts. As a consequence, Havenstreet no longer has a Southern Vectis bus services.
The Parish Council is working with partners to try to establish an alternative bus service, although this may take some time. In the meantime the Parish Council is funding Haven Taxis to run a community taxi service, which runs into Ryde town and back on Friday mornings, and to Newport on Tuesdays. Passengers are asked to make a donation of £2 per return journey for this service. Please contact Cllr Sue Lyons for further details or to reserve a seat – 882516.
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The summer 2015 joint newsletter is now available. Please click on the link BELOW to download it:
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.