The future priorities of Bracknell Forest Council will be considered by its decision making executive on Tuesday, 22 October.
News: October 2019
This National Democracy Week (14 to 20 October) the 11 newly elected Bracknell Forest councillors have been letting us know a little about what makes them tick.
Carl Wareham, trading as Maxus Automotive or Car Nation on Forest Road, Warfield, was convicted at Reading Crown Court of misselling cars, their warranties and adapting car service books as well as the sale of unsafe vehicles.
A multi-million pound makeover of Princess Square will start this month (October) as the latest stage in the town centre’s regeneration gets underway.
Ascot Heath Primary School has received a generous donation from Ascot Racecourse to mark the opening of the newly-amalgamated school.
Trading Standards officers from the Public Protection Partnership supported the Thames Valley Police in Wokingham and Newbury with their ongoing work in relation to knife crime with a series of test purchase operations held last week.
Over 550 children from Bracknell Forest schools, took part in the first ever School Triathlon event at Everyone Active Leisure Centre on Friday, 27 September.
Let’s bring stories to life! Join us for a series of unique and vibrant author talks, workshops, dance and poetry at our library service’s first-ever literary festival.
From Saturday 26 October to Saturday 2 November, we’ve got something for everyone.