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Dynamic Sculpture Stolen

Part of the Swing, Skate and Star sculpture at The Elms Park, between Park Road and Warfield Road, Bracknell has been stolen. The sculpture was commissioned by Bracknell Town Council and designed by Lydia Karpinska marking the beginning of Bracknell Town Council in 1955 to the present day. Three figures were produced – a swinging … more

Bracknell Town Mayors Celebration Dinner 1st March

Raising funds for Youth Learning and Participation at South Hill Park. The celebration will open with the Barbarettes, an award winning, versatile and vibrant group of a Capella singers.  There will be entertainment during the dinner and a charity auction towards the end of the evening.  Admission will be ticket only which can be purchased … more

Finance and Administration Assistant Vacancy

Job details: Position: Finance and Administration Assistant Terms: Maternity Cover for a minimum contract of 12 months Hours: 30-37 hours per week with the possibility of flexitime Salary: £20,344.00—£25,295.00 Pro Rata Closing Date: Midnight on 25.01.19 Interview process will take place: 28.01.19 – 01.02.19 An interesting opportunity has arisen at Bracknell Town Council to join … more

Christmas Opening Hours

There will be reduced opening hours at Brooke House over the Christmas period: Friday 21st December – 8.30am – 12.30pm Monday 24th December – 8.30am – 12.30pm We will re-open on Wednesday 2nd January 2019

Bracknell Matters Magazine

Our December edition of the Bracknell Matters is currently being distributed to residents within the Bracknell Town area, copies are also available in our pavilion shops, the foyer of our office and on our website under Read our Publications on the home page. The magazine is full of news and information about Bracknell Town Council. Please … more

Boehringer Ingelheim contribute to Bracknell Town Mayor’s Fund, supporting youth participation at South Hill Park Arts Centre

Councillor Sandra Ingham, Bracknell Town Mayor, is delighted to announce that Boehringer Ingelheim (BI), a family-owned German pharmaceutical company based in Bracknell, has recently contributed to the 2018-19 Mayor’s Fund, which is dedicated to supporting youth outreach learning and participation programmes at South Hill Park. The programmes provide a variety of targeted and open-access projects to … more

WW1 Truce Football Match

On the 11th November 2018 Bracknell Town Council held an event to pay tribute to the 130 soldiers from Bracknell that gave their lives in World War One (WW1) as a part of the national celebrations for the centenary of the end of the war. A football match was chosen to kick off the event … more

Celebration of Dashain and Tihar

It was a great honour for Bracknell Town Mayor Sandra Ingham to attend the Bracknell Nepalese Society annual celebration of Dashain and Tihar on Sunday 4 November. Dashain is the greatest festival celebrated by Hindus across the world. It is  a celebration of  victory over anger, impurities, negativity, bad luck and egotism. The second greatest festival is … more

Synthetic Pitch at Birch Hill

Bracknell Town Council is delighted to announce they have finished the project at Birch Hill Recreation Ground to replace the synthetic carpet. The surface has been replaced with a Tiger Turf Evo pro surface. The Tiger Turf artificial grass is an exceptional turf for hockey fields and, being a versatile synthetic playing surface, is also … more

HM The Queen Visits The Lexicon

Friday 19th October was a historic day for Bracknell residents as Her Majesty The Queen visited The Lexicon town centre and unveiled a plaque to commemorate the first anniversary of our newly transformed town centre. Two pupils from each of our Bracknell schools had the honour of attending this event and two pupils from Birch … more

Royal Visit

“We are proud and delighted that Her Majesty The Queen is visiting the newly transformed town centre on Friday 19 October to commemorate the first anniversary of The Lexicon,” says Bracknell Town Mayor Cllr Sandra Ingham. For more information visit Bracknell Forest Council website: https://www.bracknell-forest.gov.uk/sites/default/files/documents/guide-to-her-majesty-the-queens-visit.pdf and https://www.bracknell-forest.gov.uk/sites/default/files/documents/map-of-the-lexicon-with-barriers-and-viewing-areas.pdf  

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