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News: March 2018

Gavel hammer in courtroom

Flytipper prosecuted and ordered to pay more than £2,500

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.

Five pairs of wellington boots

New support for the borough’s vulnerable families

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.

HOUSE signs for The Lexicon

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.

Bracknell Forest Council and Dogs for Good team with community dogs

Innovative partnership work showcased at Crufts

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.