Change to Recycling bags policy – You have to buy your own

Message from the Isle of Wight Council:

From 31 January 2016 the Isle of Wight Council will stop providing clear sacks.  You will need to purchase clear or white sacks for your recycling from the 1 February 2016.  If you have been issued with a code in the last week and haven’t yet collected your bags, please do so as soon as possible.

From Spring 2016 gull-proof sacks will be provided to properties unable to store a wheeled bin.  The gull-proof sacks are provided for you to put your white or clear recycling sacks in at the kerbside on collection day and which can be collapsed and stored indoors when not in use.

If you have any queries relating to this, please contact the Isle of Wight Council on 01983 823777.

Meals on Wheels service replacement


The RVS Meals On Wheels Service – Alternative Arrangements


The RVS Meals on Wheels Service ends on 24th January, if you know of anyone who is in need of a replacement service please advise them to contact the Bembridge Mobile Service at Mobile Meals Catering  01983 872217 or visit

If you have any concerns about the welfare of a neighbour or want any help yourself you can also contact AgeUKIW on 01983 525282.

Town Council is Not responsible for Car Park


The Brading Town Trust car park has been leased to Lillyjames Limited. Car parking charges are in operation, the first hour of which is refundable to customers of Rectory Mansion Trading Limited on a minimum spend of £5.00

Brading Town Council have no jurisdiction in respect of the car park, and if you have any queries please contact Lillyjames Limited on 07490 088278 or by email to

Community Resilience Team


Brading Town Council is to form a Community Resilience Team comprised of Councillors, members of local organisations, and the general public.
The aim of the Team is to provide a link between the Isle of Wight Council, the emergency services, and rapid response teams in the case of an emergency or major incident.
The Town Council would be pleased to hear from anyone who feels they could volunteer, and perhaps become a member of the Team.

Please contact us on 01983 401770 or at or call into the Brading Centre.

Down at the Station – volunteers needed

Volunteers are needed to assist in the running of the Brading Station Visitor Centre, which operates a tearoom, a Railway Museum and tours of the Signal Box are a popular attraction. Anyone interested in giving their time on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays,Saturdays or Sundays would be most welcome, and should speak to Alison, our Centre assistant, down at the Station.

Riparian Rights

The attached document details your rights and responsibilities if  a watercourse runs through or adjacent to land you own.