Cllr Paul Bettison, OBE, Leader of Bracknell Forest Council, discusses the increased options for Bracknell Forest residents to grab a jab.
News: October 2021
We have secured more than £2.3 million of funding from the government’s Brownfield Land Release Fund.
This is to progress 3 local regeneration projects over the next 4 years.
An issue has arisen with the direct debit payments for council tax. If you pay your council tax by direct debit on 20th of the month, regretfully, payments that were due to be taken on 20 October 2021 will be taken before this date on either 14 or 15 October.
Bracknell Forest’s COVID-19 ambassadors have been recognised for their exceptional work in helping manage, mitigate and fight the coronavirus pandemic, as part of a British Parking Award.
Stoptober is back, encouraging smokers to stop smoking, get moving, start saving and breathe easier this October.
Bracknell Forest Council has been assisting the Animal, Plant and Health Agency (APHA) following a confirmed report of an Asian hornet in North Ascot.
Grabbing a COVID-19 jab is set to become even easier for residents in Sandhurst and Owlsmoor as a mobile vaccination unit will be visiting those areas next week.
The COVID-19 PCR mobile processing and testing units will be in Pyes Acre car park, Yorktown Road, Sandhurst
This Sunday, 10 October is World Mental Health Day, a chance to raise awareness of mental health and encourage conversations on the importance of mental wellbeing.
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The Mayor of the Borough of Bracknell Forest, Councillor Ash Merry, stepped into the role of bingo caller for the day to celebrate Older Persons day at Bracknell Shopmobility.
October is Black History Month, a great opportunity to honour the accomplishments and contributions of black Britons throughout our history, as well as in the present day.