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.
There have been 6 positive COVID-19 cases at Edgbarrow School over the past 14 days.
There is currently one positive COVID-19 case at Brakenhale School, which has resulted in a number of staff and students being identified as close contacts.
The Bracknell Forest Economic and Skills Development Partnership’s (ESDP) is inviting local businesses to attend an event to help shape the future of Bracknell Forest as a leading business economy with the Thames Valley region.
Local residents and businesses are being encouraged by the council to have their say on matters important to them, by getting involved with the Overview and Scrutiny Commission.
Bracknell Forest residents, like others countrywide, must self-isolate if they test positive for COVID-19 or risk breaking a new law.
The new law came in to force on Monday 28 September.
This week I would like to thank any resident who is self-isolating or has done so.
This October the UK celebrates Black History Month. The main aims of Black History Month are to celebrate the achievements and contributions of black people not just in the UK, but throughout the world.
Bracknell Forest council is pleased to announce its new smoking cessation service ‘Smoke Free Life Berkshire’, that launched this week in line with the national Stoptober campaign.
Tesco was convicted at Reading Magistrates’ Court on Friday 25 September 2020, after pleading guilty to having 46 food items on shelves at their store in Warfield, past their used by dates.