The council showed its support for the armed forces by holding a flag raising ceremony on Monday 25 June at 2pm outside its Time Square offices.
People who access adult social care services will have the chance to help shape the future of local social care and the way they access support, thanks to funding secured by Bracknell Forest Council.
Work to install vehicle detection systems at Twin Bridges roundabout will begin on Monday, 25 June and run until Friday, 29 June, and commence again on Monday, 2 July until Tuesday, 3 July.
Adults with learning difficulties and autism met local councillors on 13 June 2018 as part of their ‘Empower’ course.
The Public Protection Partnership (PPP) has recently seen an increase in the Metropolitan Police fraud scam. As June is national Scams Awareness Month, local resident Mrs A, tells her story to warn others of the dangers of scams.
Children and young people with learning or physical disabilities in the borough are getting some of the best support of its kind in the country through respite care at Larchwood short break unit.
Bracknell Forest Council has complained to The Bracknell News regarding a factually incorrect story in this week's edition on public health funerals. The paper has accepted fault in its reporting and will print a full public apology.
Bike Week is a national celebration of cycling.
Whether it’s a means of getting to work or school, a trip to the local shops or just to visit friends, make Bike Week 2018 the year you get out on your bike!
As part of National Food Safety Week (4 – 10 June 2018), the Public Protection Partnership (PPP) is partnering with the Food Standards Agency to shine a light on food safety.
Since May 2017 the Bracknell Forest Community Network has supported nearly 200 people living with mental ill-health to develop their confidence, interests, hobbies, life skills and resilience.