Local Information

Police and Health Services 

In case of emergency please call 999.

Hampshire and Isle of Wight Constabulary

Non-emergency Tel: 101

NHS (www.nhs.uk)

Non-emergency number Tel: 111

Transport Links   

Bus Times 

Train Times

Ferry Information:

Wightlink

Red Funnel

Hover Travel

Education

The Bay Church Of England School

01983 403284

office@bayceschool.org

Primary School: Winchester Park Road
Sandown, Isle of Wight, PO36 9BA

Secondary Site: The Fairway, Sandown, PO36 9JH

Places of Worship 

Churches

        The Broadway, Sandown, Isle of Wight, PO36 9ET

        Tel: 01983 639280

         Station Avenue, Sandown, Isle of Wight, PO36 8HB

        York Road, Sandown, Isle Of Wight, PO36 8ET

        Tel: 01983 404 804

        Carter Street, Sandown, PO36 8EQ

        Tel: 01983 409696

        Hope House, Fort Street, Sandown, PO36 8BA

           Tel: 01983 408388

  • Avenue Road Independent Evangelist Church

          Avenue Road, Sandown, PO36 8AY

        Tel: 01983 403725

        Beechfield Road, Sandown, PO36 8NA

Mosques

  •  Isle Of Wight James E Mosque Islamic Community Centre. 
         42 Chapel Street, Newport (IoW), Isle of Wight, PO30 1PZ.

         Tel: 01983 867610 

 

 Local Directory

 

Defibrillator

 

GP Surgeries and Dentists

Sandown Health Centre/The Bay Medical Centre

Broadway, Sandown, Isle of Wight, PO36 9GA
01983 409292

Sandown Dental Practice, Broadway, Sandown, Isle of Wight

18 Broadway, Sandown, PO36 9DQ

St. Mary’s hospital

Parkhurst Road, Newport, PO30 5TG. 

01983 822099 

Information Services 

Sandown Library - Service Details (iow.gov.uk)

Age Concern

Citizens Advice

Checkatrade: Find a tradesperson you can trust


Mobile Bank

Lloyds Bank Mobile Unit  Fortnightly from 15 January 2021 (excluding bank holidays)

 

Lloyds Mobile Bank

 

Isle of Wight Council 

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Island Roads

 

 

Flood Information (from the Isle of Wight Council)
Who to call in the event of a flood
  • If you need to be evacuated because of severe flooding or damage, contact the police or dial 999.
  • For general issues around flooding, contact the Isle of Wight Council on (01983) 823600 (this also doubles up as the COVID-19 support line).
  • If you believe the flooding is from a main river or the sea, contact the Environment Agency on 0345 988 1188. www.environment-agency.gov.uk
  • The Environment Agency also provides help on flooding issues via its Floodline: 0345 988 1188.
  • To report flooding on the highway or drainage issues, contact Island Roads on (01983) 822440. www.islandroads.com
  • Notify Southern Water if flooding affects your mains sewage/public drains by calling 0330 303 0368. www.southernwater.co.uk
  • Notify the National Grid to report a gas leak as the result of flooding on 0800 111 999.
  • Notify SSE of electrical issues such as power cuts by calling 105.
  • For non-emergency calls pertaining to vulnerable older people, call adult services on (01983) 823340 (office hours) or (01983) 821105 (out of hours).
  • NHS '111' for non-urgent health concerns.
Other useful contacts
  • For adverse weather and flooding guidance, visit https://www.iow.gov.uk/.../Adverse-Weather-and-Flooding
  • The Met Office, 0370 900 0100. www.metoffice.gov.uk
  • For food safety advice after flooding, including how to make baby food without mains water, contact the Food Standards Agency: 020 7276 8829.
  • Trading Standards (01983) 823000. Be wary of cold callers offering services following a flood at your property.
  • For more information about the Isle of Wight Trader Approval Scheme, visit: https://www.iow.gov.uk/tas/
Think about flooding before it happens

The council or the Environment Agency can tell you about the dangers of flooding where you live.

If available for your neighbourhood, sign up for free flood warning messages from the Environment Agency’s Floodline: 0345 988 1188.

Make a personal ‘flood plan’ for what you will do in a flood. Advice is available from: www.gov.uk/prepare-for-a-flood/make-a-flood-plan

Prepare your home in case there is a flood. This includes flood proofing, flood boards and airbrick covers. Advice is
available from:
http://ow.ly/GRsij

Buy flood insurance to protect your home and your belongings.

Sandbag provision

While it is not the council’s responsibility to protect individual homes or businesses and people are responsible for their own properties, in some emergency situations, the council will instruct Island Roads to position stocks of sandbags at the following strategic locations:

  • Well Road, East Cowes.
  • Simeon Street Recreation Ground, Ryde.
  • St Mary's car park, Cowes.

Additional sandbag locations may be identified around the Island based on the forecast impacts of flooding and in areas where the Environment Agency has advised there is a potential risk of flooding.

Public health information

In the event of a flood, try to avoid contact with the flood water. Do not drive through flood water and do not let children play in it.

Take care if you must go through flood water as there could be hidden dangers like sharp objects, raised manhole covers and pollution.

When cleaning up after a flood, wear rubber gloves, boots and eye protection, and wash your hands afterwards.

If your home is flooded, do not use petrol or diesel generators indoors to dry out your home. The exhaust gases contain carbon monoxide, which can kill.

For more information, visit: flood_leaflet_2015_final.pdf (publishing.service.gov.uk)

Dealing with damaged belongings following a flood
  • Speak to your insurance company about losses and clean up including the removal of damaged property.
  • Bagged flood damaged property can be taken to the tip.
  • Larger furniture items may need specialist removal. If this is not covered by property insurance or you do not have insurance any, please contact waste.contract@iow.gov.uk for advice on waste removal.

For more useful information, download: flood_leaflet_2015_final.pdf (publishing.service.gov.uk)