This week’s update from the Leader of the council focuses on some of the teams who have been looking after our outdoor spaces to make sure they are safe for social distancing.
Parents and carers will be aware that the government has set out an aim for more children to attend school from Monday 1 June, if the conditions are right for them to do so.
Read the council's statement on this.
The re3 recycling centres on Longshot Lane, Bracknell and Island Road, Reading will reopen next week with a booking system in place. The sites have been temporarily closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
To visit sites, residents will have to book a time slot using a ‘Click and Tip’ service.
This week’s update from the Leader of the council focuses on the teams sharing communications with the residents.
As there continues to be many changes related to coronavirus, this work is proving vital.
We have started to open some of our popular local green spaces car parks for residents and visitors to use.
This is on a trial basis and we ask that people don’t rush all at once to use them, which would cause crowding and make social distancing very difficult.
Bracknell Forest residents who are concerned about the amount of alcohol they are drinking or an addiction to drugs can get support via New Hope during the coronavirus pandemic.
New Hope provides a friendly, free and confidential service to anybody who is seeking help with a drug or alcohol addiction.
Kooth are continuing to support children and young people’s mental health.
In this week’s update from the Leader of the council, the Community Mental Health Teams are thanked for their work and some of the changes to schools and the drug and alcohol service are described.
Vulnerable residents are getting the support they need to stay safe and well thanks to the Bracknell Forest Community Response team and its army of local volunteers.
Bracknell Forest residents are invited to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day (VE Day).