SUEZ recycling and recovery UK, alongside partners Bracknell Forest Council and NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto, celebrated their 2017 collection trial with a bench made of recycled NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto coffee pods.
There’s more good news for town centre shoppers and visitors this week as, just days after The Lexicon’s first birthday, Bracknell Forest Council has agreed to freeze charges in its town centre car parks for the next 12 months.
We all have a favourite park and now’s the time to vote for yours. Vote for your favourite park in Bracknell Forest and show how the UK loves parks.
Easthampstead Park Cemetery and Crematorium have today opened a new state of the art chapel, giving families and friends more choice when saying goodbye to loved ones.
September 7 2018, marked one year since the much awaited The Lexicon opened its avenues, walkways and squares to the local community for the very first time.
Over the past 12 months, The Lexicon has received more than 16 million visits, exceeding original expectations by a million visits.
Construction of Amen Corner primary school, which will be part of King’s Academy, was celebrated in a ground breaking ceremony on Wednesday 5 September.
The new College Town Primary School welcomed pupils through the doors yesterday (Tuesday 4 September), following the amalgamation of College Town Infant and Junior schools.
Bagshot Road southbound has now re-opened both lanes (Friday, 7 September). However, drainage works will still need to be carried out with lane one closures from Monday, 10 September. The lane closure will be during off peak hours between 9:30am and 3:30pm.
We are aware of some comments circulating on social media regarding predicted surplus capacity for primary schools in North Bracknell. Some of the information provided has been taken out of context so we have provided an official statement.
Bracknell Forest library users can now register to use facilities at Binfield Library out of staffed opening hours as part of the next exciting step in the transformation of the borough’s libraries.