Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The Town Council are keen to support our local Community at this extremely difficult and challenging time, particularly with the situation literally changing on a daily basis. First and foremost, we would remind everyone of the Government’s advice regarding COVID-19, which is a new illness that can affect your lungs and airways. It’s caused by a type of coronavirus.

Find out how to protect yourself or check if you need medical help on the NHS website. Links to other information can be found in the sections below.


Updated Statement from Town Council


News articles from Isle of Wight Council (travel, parking etc)


The Police and Crime Commissioner and Hampshire Constabulary would like to know your thoughts and views around Covid-19 each week so they can build up a better understanding of how your thoughts and views change on the police response and how safe you feel, as the current situation develops. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey your views are important in helping the police continue to shape their well laid plans in the fight against COVID-19.   

Covid-19 Response - Your view


Help during the Pandemic 

Coronavirus Information for the Isle of Wight

A helpline number is available to support the Island’s most vulnerable residents affected by the coronavirus (Covid-19) self-isolation measures.

People who do not have a local network of friends or family to support them while they are self-isolating or social distancing can call (01983) 823600 (seven days a week, 9am-5pm) for support. 

The helpline has been put in place by the Isle of Wight Council in partnership with the Island’s voluntary networks, including Community Action Isle of Wight, Citizens Advice Isle of Wight and Age UK Isle of Wight, to support those who meet the coronavirus ‘vulnerable’ criteria.