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News: September 2020
Bracknell Forest council is pleased to announce its new smoking cessation service ‘Smoke Free Life Berkshire’, that launched this week in line with the national Stoptober campaign.
Tesco was convicted at Reading Magistrates’ Court on Friday 25 September 2020, after pleading guilty to having 46 food items on shelves at their store in Warfield, past their used by dates.
This winter will be one of the most challenging ones we have faced in recent years. We all have a responsibility to help protect the most vulnerable in our borough.
This winter, Bracknell Forest Council is urging residents that are eligible to book their free flu jab.
Easthampstead Park Cemetery and Crematorium is giving families the opportunity to remember their loved ones through their Annual Memorial Service.
This year the service has been pre-recorded and is available online.
Over 3 tonnes of electrical items and clothing were collected at this year’s recycling day on Saturday, 19 September.
Construction of the new Braccan Walk Youth Centre has officially begun after the council handed over the site to its contractor, Beard Construction, on Monday, 14 September.
Now we’re mid-way through September and children and young people are back in school, our thoughts will soon be turning to preparing for winter.
Work to install the William Mitchell mural in its new location is progressing well.
Coral Reef Waterworld is inviting everyone to have a splashing time this September and October, by announcing a 50% discount on certain days of the month.
Bracknell Forest Council is working with local business Kaspa’s (located in Royal Winchester House) to take extra steps to safeguard the community from possible COVID-19 transmission, following a very small outbreak earlier this week.