A contemporary piece of art chosen by the public has just been installed at Bracknell Train Station.
Over Christmas and New Year we will be running amended opening hours for our phone lines and our Time Square office on Market Street.
We will be closed on Christmas day, Boxing day and New Year's day. View our timetable for opening hours on other days.
This Christmas is the first one that residents of Bracknell Forest, Reading and Wokingham can recycle all their plastic pots and tubs as well as foil. That means all re3 residents have the opportunity to recycle the packaging from Christmas favourites such as plastic sweet tubs or mince pie foil cases
The new College Town Primary School was officially opened on Friday, 23 November, following the amalgamation of College Town Infant and Junior schools.
On Sunday evening, Bracknell Gymnastics Club lit up the town centre, to mark the start of Christmas at The Lexicon.
Helped by the magical Snow King and Queen, thousands of visitors enjoyed an evening full of festive entertainment complete with Festive Market, hundreds of lights and plenty of snow!
Extra road improvement funding has been granted to Bracknell Forest Council for potholes, bridge repairs and other necessary highway works.
Bracknell MP Dr Phillip Lee teamed up with representatives from Bracknell Forest Council and Sainsbury’s to plant 5 new trees at Bill Hill in Bracknell, as part of the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy project.
Bracknell Forest Mayor, Councillor Alvin Finch and Deputy Bracknell Town Mayor, Councillor Roger Meakes, officially opened The Lexicon’s first ever Christmas market, today (19 November).
Bracknell Forest Council has been awarded £50,000 funding to design and launch a revolutionary way of bringing information on local community activities to residents.
The Lexicon’s Christmas celebrations start on Sunday (25 November) with an afternoon of music and entertainment to accompany the Christmas lights being switched on.