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Draft budget proposals 2022/23

The council’s decision-making executive will discuss draft proposals for its 2022/23 revenue and capital budget next week.

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Free COVID-19 packs given out

To help keep shoppers safe in the run up to Christmas, Cllr Marc Brunel-Walker and staff from Bracknell Forest Council were out and about in The Lexicon on Sunday 5 December to give out free COVID-19 packs.

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Help for heating your home

Today marks Fuel Poverty Awareness Day, a chance to share the dangers and struggles people could face when living in fuel poverty. Bracknell Forest Council is encouraging residents living in fuel poverty to get in touch and see what help is available.

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Upgrading our website

We are currently upgrading our website using LocalGov Drupal, an open source collaboration between UK councils and Drupal developers.

As part of this work, we are moving content to our new site, making improvements as we go.

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New COVID-19 measures introduced

New temporary and precautionary measures are being introduced from Tuesday 30 November in England, following the emergence of the Omicron variant.

Plant a tree for the Queen’s Jubilee

The Mayor of Bracknell Forest began the borough’s celebration of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee by planting 15 saplings in Westmorland Park.

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The Bracknell Forest Recovery Grant

The Bracknell Forest Recovery Grant is now available to provide funds to local charities to help the community recover from the impact of COVID-19.

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Have your say on highways and transport

Our highways and transport team is looking for residents’ feedback regarding the services the council provides or are involved with in the borough.