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Local NewsFri, 6th December 2019

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  Draft Minutes of July Town Council meeting    ()

The draft Minutes of the July Meeting of the Town Council are available on our web site by following this link.

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  Town Council Meeting   ()

This evening's meeting of the Town Council will be live streamed as usual soon after 7pm via this link:

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  Reports for Monday's Town Council Meeting   ()

The Reports for the meeting of the Town Council on Mooday 8 July are available on our web site here.

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  Ventnor's June 2019 Weather   ()

Mike Wood's monthly report on Ventnor's weather for June 2019 is available now by clicking this link.

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  Victoria Street Resurfacing   ()

Please click here to view the notice of closure for resurfacing of Victoria Street from Island Roads  

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  'D-Day off Ventnor' has raised 718 for the Royal British Legion   ()

Sales throughout the town of the official Commemorative Booklet for ‘D-Day 75 off Ventnor’ have raised the sum of £718 for the Royal British Legion.  Of the 1,000 Booklets that were printed, an initial 320 of these were shipped in advance to the MV Boudiccafor distribution to each of the 300 Veterans gratis who would be at sea to follow the Commemoration ashore at Ventnor, for strategic carers and for the Captains of MV Boudicca and HMS St Albansto co-ordinate their standing-off the Ventnor coast for sunset on 5 June 2019.  Two Booklets were sent to Her Majesty The Queen to accompany her role in Portsmouth.  Four were distributed to explosives and logistics technicians to conform to safety requirements.  Of the 674 Booklets remaining for sale at £1 each, the townspeople of Ventnor bought every single one, raising not only the £674, but over and above that, and extra £44 in donations.  The sum of £718 is on its way to the RBL National Commemoration Team at Haig House in London.




A great debt of gratitude is owed especially to those establishments throughout the Town and along the Esplanade who hosted the sale of the Commemorative Booklet.  It is the townspeople of Ventnor whose outstanding generosity in raising the £718 will serve to continue to address some of the legacy of that great enterprise which passed out shores heading for the Normandy beaches in 1944 and which was to result in nothing less than the liberation of Europe.



 



St Albans with ‘Churches Together in Ventnor’ and the RBL


 


 

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  D-Day 75 off Ventnor - update 5 June 2019   ()

 Upon Arrival off the Ventnor coast before sunset Royal Navy guardship HMS St Albans accompanying MV Boudicca with 300 D-Day Veterans aboard, signalled Ventnor by Aldis Lamp with flashing morse: "We acknowledge the Townspeople of Ventnor assembled for D-Day 75 commemorations and their Wartime contribution".  Following the commemorative prayers ashore conducted by Churches Together in Ventnor, concluding with the sounding of Evening Colours, HMS St Albans flashed a parting message on behalf of the Flotilla: "Farewell and God speed - we'll meet again".  The ships then sheered away over the horizon and made for the Normandy beaches overnight.

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  Ventnor's May 2019 Weather   ()

Mike Wood's monthly report on Ventnor's weather for May 2019 is available now by clicking this link

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  Latest edition of Community Action IW's Newsletter   ()

The latest edition of Community Action Isle of Wight IW's e-newsletter is out today and can be read by clicking this link.

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  Draft minutes of Monday's town council meeting   ()

The Draft Minutes of last evening's meeting of the Town Council are now available on our web site by clicking this link.



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