For residents looking to gain new skills in 2017, the council's community learning service is offering an array of new courses starting on Tuesday, 3 January
The winner of this year’s record-breaking Bracknell Forest parks and countryside photography competition has been chosen.
For the first time in more than a quarter of a century, Coral Reef Waterworld is without its recognisable roof.
Phase 1 of 3 on a major £3.6 million building refurbishment and expansion of Great Hollands Primary School in Bracknell, Berkshire was successfully completed during the summer to allow a further 30 pupils to join the school.
The mayor of the borough of Bracknell Forest cllr Tony Virgo was delighted with the generous donations from the shoppers at the Meadows Shopping Centre last week. A total of £564.23 was raised for the mayor's charity.
A number of residents in Bracknell Forest will be given the opportunity to have their say about services provided throughout the borough, as part of Bracknell Forest Council’s residents' survey.
Poultry owners in Bracknell Forest are advised to keep poultry and other captive birds indoors or take appropriate steps to keep them apart from wild birds for the next 30 days, following precautionary measures issued by the department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA).
Hundreds of children from Bracknell Forest Council’s schools took part in this year’s Christmas Carol Concert on Sunday, 4 December, which is one of the borough's treasured festive traditions.
The leader of Bracknell Forest Council, Cllr Paul Bettison, had the honour of being presented with the OBE by Her Majesty the Queen, at a ceremony held at Windsor Castle on Friday, 2 December
The final piece of planned improvement work to the A329/ A322 corridor, prior to the opening of the town centre redevelopment, will begin in January.