The new Holly Spring Primary School marked its official opening on Monday, 23 September with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
The Mayor for the Borough of Bracknell Forest welcomed friends, family and dignitaries for a Civic Service at the St. Michael and St. Mary Magdalene Church in Easthampstead on Sunday 22 September 2019.
We are starting 2 large woodland projects in Crowthorne Woods and Big Wood.
This is part of a wider aim to regenerate council managed coniferous forestry plantations throughout the borough.
Bracknell Forest Council’s Executive has been asked to approve a borough-wide consultation on the updated Local Plan. The plan will create affordable, sustainable and well supported neighbourhoods over the next 16 years.
Join in with Bracknell Forest's Big Read from Saturday 21 September and read David Baldacci’s first Amos Decker novel Memory Man.
The resurfacing work currently being carried out within the High Street car park is on target for completion as scheduled. Providing we do not encounter any severe weather, the car park will reopen as planned at 7am on Monday, 2 September.
Bracknell Forest’s community dog service has expanded with the addition of Ned, a new four-legged employee working with Bracknell Forest Council and Dogs for Good to support residents.
Young people across the borough have been celebrating today as they collect their GCSE results despite national concerns that students have faced tougher exams.
The Easthampstead Park Cemetery and Crematorium’s Annual 32nd Open Air Memorial Service will be held on Sunday, 1 September.
Bracknell Forest Council’s public website has been ranked joint second in the UK in the latest Sitemorse INDEX review for local government.