Visitors to Bill Hill can now enjoy 12 stunning new wood carvings which depict people, animals and art from the Bronze Age period.
Details of the fifth and final waterslide have been revealed for the new Coral Reef Waterworld.
Maelstrom will be a slide of two halves, lulling riders into a false sense of security as they ride a raft on calm waters through a peaceful scene of changing colours and sounds.
In anticipation of the hugely popular launch of The Lexicon Bracknell in less than two weeks, Bracknell Forest Council is encouraging people to consider how they travel to the town centre celebrations including by car to one of the town’s car parks, using public transport or walking.
A range of job opportunities are available locally for people interested in working in the care industry, thanks to Bracknell Forest Council’s network of partners bringing more than 70 jobs to the borough.
Young people across the borough have been celebrating today as they collect their GCSE results in a year where students have faced tougher exams.
The fourth of 5 waterslide names has been revealed for the new Coral Reef Waterworld.
Poseidon’s Peril will cast adrift even the bravest of riders on an epic adventure, sending them on a choppy descent towards the ocean floor, as they are drawn into the abyss of the slide’s iconic super crater.
In Bracknell Forest schools 463 students are celebrating a very successful year in their A Level examinations following the release of this year’s results.
According to provisional results released today, the overall A Level pass was an impressive 99.06% compared to the national provisional rate reported as 97.9%.
The third of 5 waterslide names for the new Coral Reef Waterworld has been revealed.
The Cannon is a high speed, high energy slide that will shoot brave riders into darkness down the 67 metre slide like a cannon ball from a cannon.
More than 150 local children, from primary and junior schools across the borough will make their own little bit of history when they officially open The Lexicon at 10am on 7 September.
The children will countdown to the opening which will be marked with a fanfare of green, gold and silver streamers and leaf shaped confetti, cascading across The Lexicon’s walkways and squares.
The team of lifeguards who will be keeping a watchful eye over visitors to Coral Reef Waterworld, have started their rigorous training schedule ahead of the iconic venue re-opening in September.