The new all-through school project in Bracknell Forest reached another significant milestone on Wednesday 4 July when the school facilities were officially handed over to King’s Group Academies.
Bracknell Forest Council and the Economic Skills and Development Partnership (ESDP) have joined forces to run a photo competition that celebrates Bracknell Forest as a great place to live and work.
Mr Ryan Paul Campion, aged 26, of Rainbow Park, Winnersh, was sentenced after pleading guilty to two offences contrary to the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008.
Following an investigation by the Public Protection Partnership (PPP) trading standards service, the PPP case management unit and national trading standards tri-region investigation team, a man has been sentenced to 9 months in custody for engaging in an unfair commercial practice.
Oak Processionary Moth caterpillars have been recorded on an oak tree near Clintons Hill in Bracknell.
Binfield library will be the first in the borough to pilot new self service technology from Monday 2 July, providing users with a more convenient way to access library services.
The council showed its support for the armed forces by holding a flag raising ceremony on Monday 25 June at 2pm outside its Time Square offices.
People who access adult social care services will have the chance to help shape the future of local social care and the way they access support, thanks to funding secured by Bracknell Forest Council.
Work to install vehicle detection systems at Twin Bridges roundabout will begin on Monday, 25 June and run until Friday, 29 June, and commence again on Monday, 2 July until Tuesday, 3 July.
Adults with learning difficulties and autism met local councillors on 13 June 2018 as part of their ‘Empower’ course.