A striking cream lurcher found in Finchampstead on Boxing Day has now been reunited with her owner thanks to the detective work of the Public Protection Partnership’s (PPP) Animal Warden service.
Bracknell Forest Council has reconfirmed its commitment to further regenerate Bracknell town centre to ensure it is a culturally self-confident, resilient, sociable and welcoming place for many years to come.
Don't despair this Blue Monday week (21 January to 25 January).
Come to one of our library events instead!
The Public Protection Partnership (PPP) has identified that 58% of 86 local off-licences tested in a recent test purchasing operation potentially breached their licence conditions by not asking for identification before selling alcohol to a 20 year old volunteer.
Work to repair a large hole in the road near to the bus gate at the junction of Ringmead/ Crowthorne Road is currently taking place by South East Water engineers.
Bracknell Forest Council has successfully secured funds to carry out road improvement works to the A3095 between the Hanworth roundabout and Golden Retriever roundabout.
Our engineers are continuing to work on finding a permanent solution for the ongoing issue at the bus gate between Crowthorne Road and Ringmead.
The Martins Heron improvement scheme is now entering its final stages and carriageway resurfacing work is due to commence on Monday, 14 January for approximately 2 weeks.
As 2018 draws to a close, Bracknell Forest Council is celebrating another bumper year of success – including being crowned Council of the Year and a momentous visit by Her Majesty The Queen.
As Christmas approaches, we need to be mindful that it can be a very difficult time for some people, particularly those who experience problems with their mental wellbeing, who find it difficult to cope with life and may be feeling lonely or isolated.
If you or someone you know is feeling socially isolated or suicidal over the holiday period and need someone to talk to, here are some organisations that provide a listening ear.