Did you know that as a consumer being charged extra to use a credit or debit card became illegal from Saturday 13 January 2018?
Around 50 people gathered at Lily Hill Park last Saturday evening to take part in a traditional orchard Wassail.
Bracknell Forest’s community learning service, which provides educational courses for adults in the borough, has been rated ‘good’ by Ofsted following its inspection in November 2017.
Families got into the festive spirit when they took part in treasure hunts at South Hill Park and Lily Hill Park in the run up to Christmas.
Did you know two thirds of UK households choose to have roast turkey for their main Christmas meal?
The Secretary of State for local government has approved a bid to inform the development of a new funding system for local government.
An atmospheric photo of Swinley Forest has achieved the top spot in this year’s Bracknell Forest Parks Photographic Competition.
The photo was taken by Ian Harvey-Brown who lives in Harmans Water and features a cyclist riding through Swinley Forest in the early morning.
Bracknell Forest Council will enter into a partnership with external leisure management company Everyone Active, who will take over the day-to-day running of Bracknell Leisure Centre, Coral Reef Waterworld and Downshire Golf Complex.
Over Christmas and New Year we will be running amended opening hours for our phone lines and our Time Square office on Market Street.
We will be closed on Christmas day, Boxing day and New Year's day. View our timetable for opening hours on other days.
Bracknell Forest Council will consider draft proposals for its 2018 to 2019 budget next week at a meeting of the council’s executive.