Cllr Peter Heydon, executive member for transformation and finance, gives a statement on the future of Easthampstead Park Conference Centre.
Bracknell Forest is the third most forested area in the country and we are consulting on a new strategy that aims to preserve this special forest heritage.
The Bracknell Forest Tree Strategy describes how we will approach the management of trees, hedgerows, orchards and woodland in the borough over the next few years.
South East Water is due to carry out some maintenance on the Bracknell water network from today (Monday 20 November). The work is due to last around a week.
The reason for carrying out this routine work is to help maintain the quality of the drinking water supply.
You can now apply for your child's primary school place online.
Online applications are open until midday on the 15 January 2018.
Vulnerable people in Bracknell Forest receive safe, good quality health and social care when they need it, a report by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) has revealed.
The Look Out Discovery Centre are hosting a special halloween event on Saturday 28 October.
Join us for a fun family event, including:
- spooky face painting
- scary arts and crafts
- fire and fright show
Bracknell Market has relaunched to provide shoppers with a selection of fresh produce and street food stalls.
The market is located outside Princess Square every Friday and Saturday and features a selection of stalls including: fresh fruit and veg, meat and fish, delicatessen, bakery and flowers. There will also be a small selection of street food stalls offering quick-eats, such as Thai and Japanese dishes.
The wait is finally over - Coral Reef Waterworld will re-open to the public on Friday 29 September at 10:30am.
Pirate Pete has been on dry land for more than 18 months but will set sail again on the ‘Coralina’ pirate ship to welcome visitors back to the iconic attraction and to cut the ribbon for the official re-opening.
Yesterday, 7 September 2017, marked a historic event in Bracknell’s history as The Lexicon opened for business for the very first time.
More than 150 local children, from primary and junior schools across the borough counted down to the historic event, which was marked with a fanfare of green, gold and silver streamers and leaf shaped confetti, cascading across the new town centre’s walkways and squares
More than 150 local children, from primary and junior schools across the borough will make their own little bit of history when they officially open The Lexicon at 10am on 7 September.
The children will countdown to the opening which will be marked with a fanfare of green, gold and silver streamers and leaf shaped confetti, cascading across The Lexicon’s walkways and squares.