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  • Bad Weather Plan

    Don't get caught out this Winter, we can help you to make a plan for when the weather is at its worst.

  • Keeping Your Body Warm

    We offer some top tips on how to keep your hands, feet and body warm during the colder months.

Our Home Safe Service is offering free assessments and home energy efficiency equipment to help you reduce your fuel bills this Winter.

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Local lockdown support available this Winter

  • Access to your money

    We have pulled together information about what services local Island banks are providing to enable you to access your money.

  • Local options for food shopping

    We have pulled together information about what local Island supermarkets options are available to enable you to get your food shopping.

  • Avoiding A Fall

    Falling as we get older is quite common, and although most falls don't cause serious injury they can leave us feeling quite distressed. The good news is there are lots of things you can do to stay steady on your feet.

  • Look After Each Other This Winter

    As we get older winter can become more of a struggle. So it's really important we look after ourselves, and the people in our lives who might need a little extra support.

As we age, the cold weather and winter bugs can affect us more. But there's lots we can do to stay well.

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How You Can Support Us

Age UK Isle Of Wight is working tirelessly to assist as many older residents as we can. A donation of any size will make a huge impact on our work reaching the most vulnerable and isolated older people on the Island. You can even donate to us online as you shop, without it costing you a penny. Find out about they different ways you can donate!

Other local support available this winter

  • Isle of Wight Foodbank

    No one in our community should have to face going hungry. That’s why the Isle of Wight Foodbank we provide nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to them in crisis.

  • Isle of Wight Citizens Advice

    Everyone is entitled to the information that affects their lives. Citizens Advice is a charity that has given independent, confidential and free advice to generations of Island residents to find their way forward.

  • The Footprint Trust

    They offer impartial information on saving energy and water.Most households we assist cut their bills, to live using our resources wisely and to keep people warm and well. They help people and the planet.

  • Friends Against Scams

    Friends Against Scams is a National Trading Standards Scams Team initiative which aims to protect and prevent people from becoming victims of scams by empowering people to take a stand against scams.