This week’s update from the Leader of the council focuses on the work to strengthen our economy through supporting local businesses and safely reopening the town centre.
Thames Valley Police is warning residents to be vigilant following recent incidents of courier fraud.
Bracknell Forest’s shopping areas have started to see a number of non-essential retailers re-open in line with government instructions today (Monday 15 June).
This signals another step forward in the borough’s recovery from the initial peak of the coronavirus pandemic.
This week's update from the Leader of the council celebrates the valuable work of volunteers and updates residents on the work taken place in schools.
With the current government restrictions limiting social contact, there is more chance that signs someone is being abused or neglected will be missed.
We have become aware of a Test and Trace scam operating in Bracknell.
This week’s update from the Leader of the council focuses on how our services are supporting families and carers throughout the pandemic.
We are urging all small and micro businesses in the borough that have so far been ineligible for government funding during the coronavirus pandemic, to apply for financial help through a new scheme.
The past few months have been like no other in Bracknell Forest’s history and, as the borough prepares to recover from the coronavirus pandemic, the support of volunteers and voluntary and community organisations is more important than ever.
Bracknell Forest Council is raising awareness of the range of support on offer to parents, carers and families, and urging them to reach out for help if they need it.