In the final year of the WW1 Centenary the giant poppies will be going out for the last time this year.
We are looking for new people to join our group of school appeal panel members.
Vulnerable children and families in Bracknell Forest are getting support to remain safely together with the help of an innovative project, which is celebrating a successful first year.
On Friday, 26 October the new Warfield link road, known as Sopwith Road and Ellison Road, was formally opened by the Mayor of the borough of Bracknell Forest, Cllr Alvin Finch, Warfield Parish Council's Chair Colleen Healy and Divisional Chairman of Berkeley Homes Andrew Saunders-Davis.
The Mayor welcomed friends, family and dignitaries to a Civic Service at the Holy Trinity Church in Bracknell on Sunday, 21 October 2018.
A rogue builder who targeted victims in Bracknell Forest has been sentenced to 54 months imprisonment following investigation by the Public Protection Partnership.
Bracknell Forest Council and The Lexicon were delighted to welcome Her Majesty The Queen to Bracknell town centre on Friday 19 October.
We are now progressing at a good speed with the Martins Heron improvement scheme. However, during half term (22 to 26 October), it will be necessary to have two way traffic lights in operation to enable the final part of the gas diversion works.
Bracknell Forest Council and The Lexicon are delighted to announce that Bracknell town centre is due to be visited by Her Majesty The Queen on Friday, 19 October.
The atrium lights at Time Square will be showing pink and blue today (Wednesday, 10 October) to mark baby loss awareness week, (9-15 October).