It is very natural to feel confused and bewildered by bereavement and grief. Are you in need of a friendly voice? Someone to talk to. Call the Mountbatten Bereavement Helpline. Read more
Walk the Wight 2021 will be held on Sunday 12 September. 31st Anniversary of world famous walk from Bembridge to the Needles on the Isle of Wight. Read more
Various restrictions remain in place on the Isle of Wight and across England due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Information about how this effects our services is available below: Read more
Stand with us and let's face the future together. Read how in our new five-year strategy. Read more
Mountbatten Community Choir has released a song to mark one year since the UK went into lockdown on 23 March 2020 at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic. The song has been written by members of a group of young adults with life-limiting conditions who gathered weekly at Mountbatten Isle of Wight before lockdown.
With constant coronavirus news updates, you may be feeling anxious about your loved ones; planning ahead may help lessen the worry.
Mountbatten shops have now reopened.
Chrissie Dawson appointed Head of Innovation and Service Development at Mountbatten. The role is part of Mountbatten’s determination to be at the forefront of developments in providing end-of-life care and support for those who are living with death, dying and bereavement across all of our communities. Read more
Mountbatten Isle of Wight is opening a new Bereavement Helpline available to all those across the Isle of Wight who have been bereaved. As part of the psychology and bereavement service provided by Mountbatten, trained and supported volunteers will be offering a listening ear to those who are bereaved and anyone who feels they would want to talk to someone. Read more
High Sheriff Caroline Peel has presented three young Mountbatten Volunteers awards. The High Sheriff was impressed by the calibre of the three recipients - Solomon Wells, Thea Ricketts and Harrison Burnett. "Their caring ethic, willingness to go the extra mile to help others, often whilst undergoing severe personal problems, has really touched me" said the High Sheriff. Read more
Mountbatten Community Choir has released a song to mark one year since the UK went into lockdown on 23 March 2020 at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic. The song has been written by members of a group of young adults with life-limiting conditions who gathered weekly at Mountbatten Isle of Wight before lockdown. Read more