As 2018 draws to a close, Bracknell Forest Council is celebrating another bumper year of success – including being crowned Council of the Year and a momentous visit by Her Majesty The Queen.
News: December 2018
As Christmas approaches, we need to be mindful that it can be a very difficult time for some people, particularly those who experience problems with their mental wellbeing, who find it difficult to cope with life and may be feeling lonely or isolated.
If you or someone you know is feeling socially isolated or suicidal over the holiday period and need someone to talk to, here are some organisations that provide a listening ear.
Six winning pics have been chosen in this year’s Bracknell Forest photo competition, which celebrates the borough as a great place to live, work and learn.
Bracknell Forest Council will be launching an electronic version of its residents’ magazine Town & Country in late January 2019.
re3 has launched a new aluminium foil recycling promotion just in time for Christmas. The campaign aims to remind residents that clean aluminium foil trays can now be recycled along with other metal packaging such as clean food and drink cans, tins and empty aerosols.
Ofsted inspectors judged Cranbourne Primary School to be an outstanding school in their recent November inspection.
Local runners are being urged to tie up their running shoes ready for The Lexicon Bracknell Half Marathon that takes place on 12 May 2019.
The event, which is being organised by Everyone Active and sponsored by The Lexicon, is marking its 35th year and over 1,000 runners are expected to take up their position on the start line.
Bracknell Forest Council has just leased the former council office building, Easthampstead House, to The Bracknell Project Ltd, a company that will provide space to help more than 35 fledgling businesses grow.
Fox Hill Primary School has received the thumbs up from Ofsted after inspectors rated it as a ‘good’ school following a recent review.
Bracknell Forest Council will consider draft proposals for its 2019/20 revenue and capital budgets on Tuesday, 18 December, during the meeting of the council’s executive.
A contemporary piece of art chosen by the public has just been installed at Bracknell Train Station.