The borough’s climate change strategy for the next 3 to 4 years, which details plans to make Bracknell Forest carbon neutral by 2050, was signed off by the Executive last week.
Caddies have been delivered and the trucks are ready to go.
Bracknell Forest residents are continuing the fight against climate change with weekly food waste collections.
Following the government’s announcement on Monday 22 February, all Bracknell Forest schools will return to face-to-face learning the week beginning 8 March.
From Monday 1 March 2021, the access route to the Lateral Flow Testing centre at the Morgan Centre, Crowthorne will be affected by planned roadworks. The centre will remain open for testing and diversion routes will be in place to make sure those with appointments can still gain access.
Cllr Paul Bettison, OBE, Leader of Bracknell Forest Council, gives a weekly update.
This week he discusses the roadmap to ease lockdown restrictions in the UK, and the completion of the Braccan Walk youth hub.
A COVID-19 mobile testing unit will be in Pyes Acre Car Park, Yorktown Road, Sandhurst on Thursday, 25 February, and Saturday, 27 February, between 9am and 3pm.
An extra 1.7 million people in England have been added to the shielding list this week in the fight against COVID-19.
Local medical experts in fertility and women’s health have recorded a short film to provide clarity and reassurance around the safety of the COVID-19 vaccination.
Following the successful opening of the first 4 rapid testing sites in Bracknell Forest, a new site will open on Monday 22 February at The New Priestwood Community Centre, Bracknell.
The transformation of Braccan Walk youth hub is now complete. What was once the ground floor of a car park has now been transformed into a modern and colourful youth centre for young people in Bracknell Forest.