The future of Easthampstead Park Conference Centre (EPCC) will be discussed by the council’s decision-making executive when it meets on Tuesday, 10 April.
News: March 2018
Bracknell Forest Council’s ongoing work to reduce teenage pregnancy rates has been such a success, the council now has the second lowest rate of teenage pregnancy in the country.
30 year old Joseph Symonds, formerly of Wyresdale, Bracknell, was convicted at Reading Magistrates Court on 14 March 2018 after pleading guilty to failing to comply with the duty of care required under the Environmental Protection Act 1990. Mr Symonds was ordered to pay £2,508 in fines and costs.
At its meeting on 19 March 2018, the Joint Public Protection Committee approved the Public Protection Partnership’s key priorities for the delivery of environmental health, licensing and trading standards across Bracknell Forest, West Berkshire and Wokingham for 2018/19.
With Easter fast approaching, The Lexicon has unveiled its spring holiday event schedule!
Following investigation by the Public Protection Partnership (PPP) Trading Standards, a builder from Wokingham trading as Haughton Green Builders has been served a community order.
We are aware of some misleading information circulating regarding Easthampstead Park Conference Centre.
The borough’s vulnerable families will benefit from greater support from the council following the launch of a revolutionary new way of working to help families become stronger and better able to support their children.
The Lexicon is delighted to announce that HOUSE, a truly unique homeware and kitchenware store, has chosen the town centre as the location to open its second store in the UK.
A ground breaking partnership which has helped Bracknell Forest’s vulnerable residents increase their independence was showcased at the world’s largest dog show, Crufts, on Friday 9 March, at the NEC Arena, Birmingham.
The latest edition of Town & Country - our newspaper for residents - is now being delivered to households across the borough.
Following an influx of complaints about rats from residents, the Public Protection Partnership has recently carried out a survey to find out more about the problem and to advise residents on the best way to deal with the rats.