Children with disabilities are benefiting from the success of Bracknell Forest Council’s Larchwood short breaks unit, recognised by Ofsted in another ‘outstanding’ inspection.
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Bracknell Forest Council has welcomed public feedback on the 13,000 new lantern LED street lighting project which will now shape its second phase.
The new Harmans Water library will open its doors to the public for the first time on Monday 8 April
Children in Bracknell Forest are safeguarded appropriately according to 20 inspectors who carried out an in-depth review of how the borough’s agencies work together to tackle child sexual abuse in the family.
Bracknell Forest Council’s ground-breaking new community dog scheme with charity partner Dogs for Good won the bronze award in the iESE Public Sector Transformation awards on Thursday 7 March.
Ricky Benham, of Wargrave, pleaded guilty to failing to comply with duty of care and for failing to register as a carrier of controlled waste. Mr Benham was ordered to pay £1,030 in fines, surcharges and costs.
The Lexicon and Bracknell Forest Council, in partnership with national charity, the Community Heartbeat Trust (CHT) are delighted to announce that they have this week installed a defibrillator in the High Street, on the wall next to Game.
The council’s annual plan for transport improvements is due to be reviewed by Bracknell Forest Council’s Executive when they meet on Tuesday 12 March.
Nicholas Ford of Picton Way, Caversham, and Michael Evans of Kew Gardens, Marlborough, trading as Rivar Hill Holdings Limited, were sentenced at Reading Crown Court on 25 February 2019 after pleading guilty to an offence under sections 3 and 8 of Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008.