Families flocked to South Hill Park and Lily Hill Park this week to take part in fun Easter Treasure Hunts organised by Bracknell Forest Council.
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Bracknell residents are being urged to take advantage of a range of grants to help with energy costs.
The latest piece of public art to be unveiled at The Lexicon will provide a soft beacon of light at the top of Bracknell High Street.
A fabulous new performance and events area has been created in Bond Square with the official opening of a new 1,000 square foot canopy in the centre of this open space.
The revamped Bracknell Market will start trading on Tuesdays from next week – adding an extra day to its popular line up.
Trading standards officers from the Public Protection Partnership have been supporting Thames Valley Police in Bracknell and Newbury during this year's National Knife Crime Awareness Week, (11 - 17 March).
Councillors from across the country visited Bracknell Forest Council last week to hear how it’s transforming its services through innovation and how it’s successfully regenerating the area for the benefit of its residents, visitors and businesses.
An exciting animal enclosure launched at The Look Out Discovery Centre last month.
The forestry themed exhibit is home to a whole range of wild insects, amphibians and reptiles.
Bracknell Forest councillors have joined forces with our parks and countryside rangers to plant 7 oak trees across the borough.