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Public letter - staying safe and using services

To all residents of Bracknell Forest,

Thank you for the support you have shown the NHS and social care during this pandemic. We are writing to you to ask for your help to keep our communities safe.

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Update from council leader - 13 January

Cllr Paul Bettison, OBE, Leader of Bracknell Forest Council, gives a weekly update.

He reminds us of the national restrictions in place, and where to find support if you are struggling due to the pandemic.

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Creating a united Warfield CE Primary School

Parents at Warfield CE Primary School are being asked for their comments and questions on the amalgamation of the school’s 2 sites to provide a more cohesive school community in a state-of-the-art building.

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New year, new recycling service

In less than 2 months Bracknell Forest residents will be able to take advantage of a new food waste recycling scheme, as part of the council’s plans to help tackle climate change and reduce its impact on the environment.

Stay at home > Protect the NHS > Save Lives

National lockdown guidance

You must stay at home. This is the single most important action we can all take to protect the NHS and save lives.

You must not leave your home unless necessary.

Stay 2 metres apart from anyone not in your household or bubble.

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Update from council leader - 6 January

Cllr Paul Bettison, OBE, Leader of Bracknell Forest Council, gives a weekly update.

He reminds us that we are in a national lockdown and that we must all stay at home and follow the rules to protect your family, your friends and our borough.

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Schools update

As per the government’s announcement, all Bracknell Forest schools will be closed for face-to-face learning from Tuesday 5 January.

Online learning will be made available to pupils.

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Tribute to James (Jim) Finnie

It is with great fondness that we remember the life and contribution of James (Jim) Finnie - a Freeman of the Borough.