A mobile COVID-19 processing unit has joined the mobile testing unit in Sandhurst on selected days this month.
In April 2022, Bracknell Forest Council will be starting a new contract for home care providers, to make sure the service is providing the best possible care and value.
Bracknell Forest is well placed to recover from the economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic and is on track to have a positive future according to business experts.
In his update, the council leader reflects on The Lexicon Bracknell Half Marathon, the return to school, and wishes a very happy birthday to Bracknell Library.
Some of the major changes in regulation surrounding schools and what pupils, parents, and school staff can do to help keep schools safe.
The COVID-19 temporary mobile testing unit returns to Sandhurst this week.
On Sunday, 5 September 2021, over 600 excited participants put on their running shoes and took on the challenge of The Lexicon Bracknell Half Marathon.
Bracknell Forest Council and NSL (our parking contractors) have been nominated for a British Parking Award in the positive response to the pandemic category.
Bracknell Forest is due to welcome two refugee families from Afghanistan later this month.
Work to transform a 0.5 hectare area of Tarman’s Copse in Bracknell is due to start in September.