A rogue trader is given a 12 month Community Order to do 160 hours unpaid work and pay victims £3,599 compensation.
News: July 2019
The High Street car park will be closed for 2 weeks from Monday, 19 August in order for essential exit ramp work to take place.
Following both an accident investigation and subsequent prosecution by officers from the Public Protection Partnership (PPP), Jubilee Building Supplies Limited was sentenced at High Wycombe Magistrates’ Court.
The Makesafe Team at Bracknell Forest Council has collaborated with students from Bracknell and Wokingham College in producing eight short films to raise awareness around Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE).
Six Bracknell Forest Council parks join a record number of green spaces and parks that have received a Green Flag Award this year
Bracknell Forest Children’s Social Care and Reading FC have teamed up to deliver Positive Pathways, a programme for young people at risk of school exclusion and exploitation.
The latest edition of Town & Country - our newspaper for residents - is now being delivered to households across the borough.
Whitegrove library is the fourth in the borough to extend its opening hours, thanks to Open+ which went live today (Monday, 8 July 2019).
Staff at New Hope in Bracknell are delighted after the service has been rated ‘good’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) with one area of outstanding practice.
We can now proudly say that all secondary schools in Bracknell Forest are rated ‘good’ or above.
This comes as another great achievement for Bracknell Forest education after the news of Garth Hill College and The Brakenhale School’s success.
Ascot Heath Primary School has revealed its exciting new logo.
A contemporary piece of sculpture chosen by the public has just been officially launched at Bracknell Train Station.