We are urging the community to shop local and support our high streets as shops, restaurants and cafes start to open after the initial peak of the coronavirus pandemic.
A summary of our COVID-19 outbreak control plan is now available.
The summary pulls out the key components of how the council, along with its local and regional partners, will work with residents and communities to respond to localised outbreaks of COVID-19, should they occur.
New boundaries are being proposed for council wards in Bracknell Forest Council.
The Local Government Boundary Commission wants to hear what residents and local organisations think about the proposals. A 10-week consultation on the proposals will run until 7 September 2020.
As we enter the next phase of the fight against coronavirus, it’s important we remember to look after our health and the health of those around us.
Residents are being urged to self-isolate and get tested as soon as possible if they develop coronavirus symptoms, to prevent spreading the virus in the community.
As well as local testing options, a new testing centre is now open in Slough.
The government has set out steps to ease the shielding guidance currently in place for the clinically extremely vulnerable.
Windrush Day celebrates the British Caribbean community’s sacrifice, hardship and contribution to Britain.
Bracknell Forest residents are being encouraged to celebrate Windrush Day through a number of home-based activities and events this year.
The A322 Downshire Way has fully re-opened to the public after completion of the highway improvement scheme to deliver a dual carriageway between the Twin Bridges and Horse and Groom roundabouts.
This week’s update from the Leader of the council focuses on the work to strengthen our economy through supporting local businesses and safely reopening the town centre.
Thames Valley Police is warning residents to be vigilant following recent incidents of courier fraud.