Over the past 3 weeks most council employees have been working from home, where possible, to make sure that critical services continue.
Our revenue team is starting to pay out grants to local businesses with more than £9.4 million expected to be paid to local companies in the next 3 weeks.
Following a number of complaints from residents regarding bonfires, we are asking residents to please refrain from lighting bonfires.
Instead use the brown bin garden waste collection service, which is re-starting on Monday 6 April.
With warmer weather expected over the coming days, we are reminding residents that while our parks and open spaces remain open for use, they are asked to use these facilities responsibly, adhering to current government advice.
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Bracknell Forest Community Response Volunteers took to the streets to begin delivering food supplies to medically vulnerable residents over the weekend, supporting the council with its response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Following the Prime Minister’s announcement that everyone must stay at home for at least the next 3 weeks, we are helping people to stay healthy with the launch of a new page dedicated to at-home health and wellbeing.
Following a recent Ofsted inspection, Sandy Lane Primary School has been rated as ‘good’ in all areas, just 14 months after receiving a ‘requires improvement’ rating during the previous visit.
Hundreds of Bracknell Forest residents have already signed up to help their neighbours and community throughout the coronavirus pandemic with more work ongoing to make sure the most vulnerable are supported over the coming weeks and months.
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