Bracknell Forest Council has just published a new plan, which aims to improve local rights of way for the benefit of all users.
Bracknell Forest Council has been selected to partner with a government backed initiative which aims to improve the quality of children’s social care and provide better outcomes for children across the country.
Adults and local school children gathered at Pope’s Meadow on Tuesday 10 July to help unveil the new play facilities.
Six Bracknell Forest Council parks have been awarded a Green Flag Award, which is a mark of a quality park or green space.
The latest edition of Town & Country - our newspaper for residents - is now being delivered to households across the borough.
This edition includes information on some of our new services which help vulnerable people stay independent, details of summer activities, information about our new stop smoking service and much more.
The new all-through school project in Bracknell Forest reached another significant milestone on Wednesday 4 July when the school facilities were officially handed over to King’s Group Academies.
Bracknell Forest Council and the Economic Skills and Development Partnership (ESDP) have joined forces to run a photo competition that celebrates Bracknell Forest as a great place to live and work.
Mr Ryan Paul Campion, aged 26, of Rainbow Park, Winnersh, was sentenced after pleading guilty to two offences contrary to the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008.
Following an investigation by the Public Protection Partnership (PPP) trading standards service, the PPP case management unit and national trading standards tri-region investigation team, a man has been sentenced to 9 months in custody for engaging in an unfair commercial practice.
Oak Processionary Moth caterpillars have been recorded on an oak tree near Clintons Hill in Bracknell.