Vulnerable people in Bracknell Forest receive safe, good quality health and social care when they need it, a report by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) has revealed.
The first Cluster School Council meeting between local schools in the borough was held last week with the children meeting the Mayor of Bracknell Forest, Cllr Tina McKenzie-Boyle to discuss Democracy.
Young people in Bracknell Forest benefit from some of the best relationships and sex education in the country, according to leading sexual health charities.
The Look Out Discovery Centre are hosting a special halloween event on Saturday 28 October.
Join us for a fun family event, including:
- spooky face painting
- scary arts and crafts
- fire and fright show
A pilot scheme designed to give vulnerable residents more choice and control over the health care they receive has launched, thanks to an initiative led by Bracknell Forest Council.