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News: July 2020
We are asking our residents to do their bit to reduce the risk of coronavirus outbreaks to protect themselves, their family and friends and keep the borough open.
A team dedicated to supporting homeless people in the borough is working tirelessly to keep rough sleepers off the streets and safe from the risk of COVID-19.
Residents will be able to step up their post-lockdown fitness regime from Saturday 25 July, as Bracknell Leisure Centre gets set to re-open, following the Prime Minister’s green light for leisure facilities earlier this month.
Read the latest update from the Leader of the council.
The latest edition of Town & Country - our newspaper for residents - is now being delivered to households across the borough.
You can also read Town & Country online.
Brants Bridge in Bracknell will continue to be suspended for another 3 months.
Patients requiring minor illness care can access their local pharmacy or contact 111.
The council’s decision-making Executive has agreed to postpone the introduction of weekly food waste collections due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Collections will begin in March 2021 for houses.
This month we will be asking 1,800 residents about their experiences during the coronavirus pandemic through a phone survey.
Specialists from Public Health England South East are providing expert advice and support to Martins Heron Tesco, following a small number of cases of COVID-19.
We have an outbreak control plan in place which is now activated.
This week’s update from the Leader of the council focuses on the protecting our borough.
Plans to introduce a weekly food waste collection may be moved back to March 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.