Coral Reef Waterworld is inviting everyone to have a splashing time this September and October, by announcing a 50% discount on certain days of the month.
Bracknell Forest Council is working with local business Kaspa’s (located in Royal Winchester House) to take extra steps to safeguard the community from possible COVID-19 transmission, following a very small outbreak earlier this week.
Bracknell Forest Council understands the frustrations of local residents who are struggling to get local COVID-19 tests, so is urging people only to get tested if they have COVID-19 symptoms or have been officially advised they need to get tested.
Starting back to school can be an anxious time for lots of children and young people.
Construction work to develop a new care home is now underway after being formally marked with a groundbreaking ceremony on Tuesday, 8 September.
There has been a small increase in the number of positive COVID-19 cases in Bracknell Forest over the past few days.
We can confirm that these cases are all linked to young people and so we are urging youngsters and their parents to make sure they are playing their part by remaining vigilant and keeping up with good health and hygiene practices.
We are aware of information circulating suggesting there has been positive cases of COVID-19 in the community.
We would like to reassure residents that we are working with partners, including Public Health England, to investigate the situation and will take appropriate action, once all the facts are established.
Residents, businesses and landowners are invited to review a key plan which will make sure adequate waste management facilities and minerals used in construction are available in the borough for the next 16 years.
Schools in Bracknell Forest are looking forward to welcoming back all pupils at the start of the new academic year next week.
Residents will benefit from the support of a new local Healthwatch service which will run across three areas in East Berkshire from January 2021.