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Wild sculptures chosen for Jennett’s Park

Fulmars, a gull-like seabird, a giant dandelion and dragonfly, and skylarks, are the exciting new art features to be provided at 3 locations at Jennett’s Park.
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32,000 hours of volunteering during the pandemic

On the second anniversary of the first COVID-19 lockdown, Bracknell Forest Council is taking the opportunity to thank the volunteers who have helped in the community. Over the past two years, around 400 Bracknell Forest residents have given up over 32,000 hours to help others within the community.

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Volunteers

Free school holiday activities for children

​​​​​​​Parents and carers living in Bracknell Forest may be eligible to benefit from a free holiday club and activities programme (HAF) for children and young people over the school Easter, summer and Christmas holidays.
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Forest Springs Saturday celebration

As part of the Forest Springs event, on Saturday 9 April 2022, Bracknell Forest Council and The Lexicon will be hosting an afternoon and evening of live music and dance in Bond Square, featuring a variety of exciting acts.
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Five boys sitting under spotlights with text saying "Here at Last: Saturday 9 April"

Hola Mohalla

Hola Mohalla is a three day long Sikh festival that traditionally follows on from Holi.
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Colourful flags used for the Hola festivities

Happy Holi

Holi is a Hindu festival that celebrates spring, love, and new life.
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Two palms spread out with colourful paints on them

Reducing idling cars in Bracknell Forest

Primary schools across Bracknell Forest, Wokingham and West Berkshire have taken part in an awareness campaign to help reduce dangerous emissions from idling cars.
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Young Carers Action Day

This year, Young Carers Action Day will be celebrated on Wednesday 16 March.
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