The Public Protection Partnership (PPP), which works with communities across Bracknell, West Berkshire and Wokingham, has awarded over £40,000 to local groups working to help prevent crime.
Running his 111th race on Sunday, 13 May will be John Stafford, who is hoping to claim a place in the top three of the over 60s category at The Lexicon Bracknell Half Marathon.
Local community groups and voluntary organisations have come together in partnership with the council to create Bracknell Forest Help Yourself, an innovative community website that everyone can use to help them stay fit, healthy and connected to their community.
Ahead of the leisure partnership with Everyone Active which will begin on 1 March, Bracknell Forest Council will need to provide Everyone Active with access to our membership database in order to ensure the centres continue to run smoothly and all current memberships continue.
The Lexicon is delighted to announce that Skechers and Whittard of Chelsea are the latest retailers to sign-up for the town centre.
Award winning lifestyle and performance footwear favourite Skechers, will open on Braccan Walk between Beauty Base and Office in the coming months.
The next milestone in preparing a new local plan for Bracknell Forest will be reached on Tuesday 23 January when the council’s executive members review and consider the draft proposal.
Did you know that as a consumer being charged extra to use a credit or debit card became illegal from Saturday 13 January 2018?
Around 50 people gathered at Lily Hill Park last Saturday evening to take part in a traditional orchard Wassail.
Bracknell Forest’s community learning service, which provides educational courses for adults in the borough, has been rated ‘good’ by Ofsted following its inspection in November 2017.
Families got into the festive spirit when they took part in treasure hunts at South Hill Park and Lily Hill Park in the run up to Christmas.