Bracknell Forest Youth Council take to the town centre to help encourage residents to wear face coverings and stick to social distancing guidelines.
Residents are being urged to make sure they are doing everything possible to protect their family and friends from COVID-19 amid rising infection rates in the borough.
To help residents stay up-to-date with the latest factual information on COVID-19 and its impact on the borough, we are launching a community information champion scheme.
A Bracknell dessert parlour has scooped a five-star rating for hygiene and has been commended by environmental health experts for its new and updated COVID-19 control measures.
A project to improve Savernake Park in Crown Wood for both residents and wildlife, got underway last week.
Recommendations aimed at improving services for care leavers in the borough, were supported at the meeting of the council’s Overview and Scrutiny Commission last night. (Tues, 13 October).
There have been 2 positive COVID-19 cases at Ranelagh School over the past 14 days, one staff member and one student. The individuals are self-isolating, as are their close contacts.
Time Square in Bracknell will be lighting up green tonight (Wednesday 14 October), as part of a national ‘Go Green for Parks’ celebration of parks and green spaces, which is being run by environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy.
A detailed update on positive COVID-19 cases at Brakenhale School.
Life has changed greatly over the past 6 months and the Prime Minister’s latest briefing on the tighter restrictions coming into force in parts of the country is a stark reminder that we cannot afford to be complacent, or we risk further changes here in Bracknell Forest.