A pilot scheme designed to give vulnerable residents more choice and control over the health care they receive has launched, thanks to an initiative led by Bracknell Forest Council.
Bracknell Market has relaunched to provide shoppers with a selection of fresh produce and street food stalls.
The market is located outside Princess Square every Friday and Saturday and features a selection of stalls including: fresh fruit and veg, meat and fish, delicatessen, bakery and flowers. There will also be a small selection of street food stalls offering quick-eats, such as Thai and Japanese dishes.
The wait is finally over - Coral Reef Waterworld will re-open to the public on Friday 29 September at 10:30am.
Pirate Pete has been on dry land for more than 18 months but will set sail again on the ‘Coralina’ pirate ship to welcome visitors back to the iconic attraction and to cut the ribbon for the official re-opening.
Bracknell Forest residents have the opportunity to give feedback on their local polling station and offer suggestions of alternative venues for polling day.
Yesterday, 7 September 2017, marked a historic event in Bracknell’s history as The Lexicon opened for business for the very first time.
More than 150 local children, from primary and junior schools across the borough counted down to the historic event, which was marked with a fanfare of green, gold and silver streamers and leaf shaped confetti, cascading across the new town centre’s walkways and squares
Coral Reef Waterworld will re-open its doors later this month, after being closed for over 19 months.
The council has progressed plans to create one town centre office hub to save taxpayers more than £400,000 a year.
Hundreds of people from across Bracknell Forest and beyond will be remembering their loved ones at Easthampstead Park Cemetery and Crematorium's Annual Open Air Memorial Service on Sunday 3 September 2017.
Annual canvass letters will be hitting doorsteps across the borough.
We are asking each household to confirm who should be registered to vote at their address, adding anyone now aged 16 and new occupants, and deleting anyone who has moved out.
Visitors to Bill Hill can now enjoy 12 stunning new wood carvings which depict people, animals and art from the Bronze Age period.