Nicholas Ford of Picton Way, Caversham, and Michael Evans of Kew Gardens, Marlborough, trading as Rivar Hill Holdings Limited, were sentenced at Reading Crown Court on 25 February 2019 after pleading guilty to an offence under sections 3 and 8 of Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008.
News: February 2019
The final budget, including the agreed level of council tax for 2019/20, was agreed by Bracknell Forest Council at its meeting of full council on Wednesday, 27 February.
Easthampstead Park Cemetery and Crematorium has made a generous donation of £7,000 to Thames Hospice.
Work to expand Downshire Way, between the Horse and Groom and Twin Bridges roundabouts, into a dual carriageway will start on Monday, 18 February.
Proposals to create a country park at Horseshoe Lake in Sandhurst were approved by Bracknell Forest Council’s executive when they met on Tuesday, 12 February.
The Public Protection Partnership (PPP) and Citizens Advice are raising awareness of online romance scams this Valentine’s Day.
It’s not every day that an MP gets to meet an extraordinarily clever and friendly dog with a very important job to do.
Bracknell Forest Council held a day of health and wellbeing events on Thursday, 7 February as part of a nation-wide push to get people talking more openly about mental health.
Our community map, developed to bring residents together with local groups in their area in a bid to combat loneliness, has been featured in The Guardian.
Exciting proposals to bring forward the much-wanted refurbishment of Princess Square and creation of The Deck in Bracknell town centre will be discussed next week.
The recommendation for creating a country park for residents at Horseshoe Lake in Sandhurst will be considered by Bracknell Forest Council’s executive when they meet on Tuesday, 12 February.
Sustainable Energy Officer Hazel Hill was recently named a Heat Hero at a special awards ceremony at the Houses of Parliament.