Mr Issa Abuissa who formerly operated a used car business under various names from his premises in Moor Lane, Binfield, was sentenced on 25 May 2018, after a jury at Reading Crown Court found him guilty of 14 counts of fraud.
We recognise the death of a loved one is a time for sensitivity and understanding and we would like to apologise for any confusion over the council’s policy on public health funerals that has arisen over the past few days, we are updating the information on our website as a priority to make it clearer so as to avoid further confusion. Please find some further information on the matter, along with a link to our Q&As below.
Busy planning half term entertainment for the kids? Why not add a trip to The Lexicon to meet Mr Men and Little Miss to your schedule!
Cllr Alvin Finch was warmly welcomed as the new Mayor of Bracknell Forest at the annual council meeting on Wednesday, 23 May.
Following a report published in The Sunday Times on Sunday, 27 May, information on our policy regarding public health funerals can be found below.
Sports and activity in Bracknell Forest is set to receive a multi-million pound boost thanks to the partnership between Bracknell Forest Council and its new leisure management operator, Everyone Active.
A £2.8 million refurbishment of Bracknell Leisure Centre was approved by the council, who will be working alongside Everyone Active to finance and deliver the project.
The law on how we keep, store and use your data is changing on 25 May when GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) comes in to force.
The Mayor of the Borough of Bracknell Forest hosted her End of Year Celebration at the Coppid Beech Hotel to raise money for The Fire Fighters Charity
Local councillors planted Jubilee Gardens in Bracknell town centre in purple and white flowers to mark the centenary of women getting the vote.
Couples looking to get married in the council’s ceremony room can now have their wedding in the Haversham Room at South Hill Park.
The redecorated and refurnished Haversham Room is set within the magnificent 18th century grade II listed building and benefits from fabulous views over the grounds.