Bracknell reaches its grand 70th anniversary as a new town later this month and you’re all invited to take part in the celebrations.
A great way to get out and about and explore our playgrounds and parks is by bike, and there is no better time than during Bike Week.
We have more events running at our libraries than ever before, but we can't do this without the support of volunteers.
We're running a volunteer open afternoon on Thursday 13 June. Come along and find out how you can help.
Changing how we think about mental health in the workplace is becoming a top priority for employers, with research showing that by improving staff well-being, businesses can increase staff retention and morale, and reducing costs associated with sickness.
If your child's date of birth falls on or between 1 September 2015 and 31 August 2016, the process to apply for a school place could be sooner than you think.
Log your child’s details with school admissions today to keep up to date on when and how to apply.
The home library service is a free service for customers who are unable to get out of the house.
We offer the delivery and collection of books, audiobooks and DVDs. This includes personalised stock selection and regular visits by a member of staff or volunteer.
Ian Boswell, Bracknell Forest Council Community Safety Officer, gives his tips on safety this summer.
Two elections took place on Thursday 2 May in Bracknell Forest:
- borough council elections
- town and parish council elections
The results of these elections are published online.
Following a two-day inspection on the 2/3 April, Ofsted has given an overall effectiveness grade of ‘Good’ to Winkfield St Mary’s Primary school. This is great progress from the previous judgement of ‘Requires Improvement’.
Bracknell Forest Council and The Lexicon are delighted to announce the launch of new detailed accessibility guides and app for key destinations across the borough including the town centre, South Hill Park and Coral Reef.