Gurnard Neighbourhood Plan – residents vote YES

      Following yesterday’s Referendum, the result was:- A total of 443 votes were cast = 28.23% of the electorate YES     390 No          51 Spoilt        2 A resounding yes from those who voted so the Plan will be adopted by the Isle of Wight Council Planning Department from Monday 11…read more →

Gurnard Neighbourhood Plan

The referendum voting takes place on Thursday 7 September 2017 from 7am to 10pm. Please take the time to vote.

Gurnard News article

At the July meeting of the Parish Council the main topics discussed were: POLICE REPORT There were three reported crimes in Gurnard during June. The three community priorities remain the same. NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN After 5 years of hard work by Parish Councillors and residents, which included 43 meetings, many thousands of emails, site visits, meetings with the Isle of Wight…read more →

Neighbourhood Plan Referendum

Notice Of Referendum – Gurnard Sep 2017 (1) After seven years of hard work by the Parish Council and many community volunteers, the Gurnard Neighbourhood Plan has reached it’s final stage. A referendum for residents will be held on Thursday 7 September 2017 at the Village Hall. Your voting cards will be delivered from the Isle of Wight Council next…read more →

Grants available

The new Grants Panel will be appointed on Thursday 11 May 2017. If you run an organisation within Gurnard for the good of the community and have a bank account requiring three signatures – please complete an application form which is available from the website. For full details of eligibility, please see the Grants Panel Policy.

The Village Needs YOU!!!!

There are still three vacancies for Gurnard Parish Council. Please write or email to the clerk stating how you can help the village.  

Gurnard News

GURNARD PARISH COUNCIL REPORT FOR THE GURNARD NEWS MAY EDITION At the April meeting of the Parish Council the main topics discussed were: POLICE REPORT There was one reported crime in Gurnard during March compared to none last year. PARISH COUNCIL VACANCIES As there were only six nominations for the Parish Council, there are three vacancies. For details of the…read more →

May Queen

May Queen Poster2017 Please support the May Queen events at Spencer’s field on Sunday 30 April and Monday 1 May 2017

Uncontested Election

The Parish Council had only six nominations for office therefore there is no requirement for an election and those six candidates have been duly elected to serve from May 2017. The successful candidates are:- Marie Bugden Paul Fuller Sean Harrison Alan Jacobs Jane McKean Terry Nolan There are still three places vacant which will be advertised in due course for…read more →


PARISH COUNCIL ELECTION IN MAY 2017 If anyone wishes to stand as a Parish Councillor, the clerk has the relevant forms and information. Completed nomination forms MUST be returned to the Isle of Wight Council by Tuesday 4 April 2017. This is your chance to represent the views of your neighbours.