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Exciting new educational features unveiled at South Hill Park!

A new balance beam and nature trail were officially opened on Monday 10th April at South Hill Park. The new permanent features which were funded using s106 developer money have been created for use and enjoyment by visitors to this Bracknell Forest heritage park, and will help promote education and learning about natural surroundings. The balance beam … more

Spring Event at Jocks Lane a Success!

The sun shone and the crowds came out to attend the Spring Event at Jocks Lane park on Sunday 2nd April. Families enjoyed the miniature railway, Morris dancing with OBJ Morris (accompanied by Councillor Clive Harrison, Deputy Town Mayor), craft and plant sales, birds of prey, a barbecue, wood-turning, tennis coaching plus plenty of ice-cream! A big thank … more

Bracknell’s Great British Spring Clean

On Saturday morning, (4 th March) more than 100 people turned out to clean up Bracknell in support of the national Great British Spring Clean campaign, backed by Keep Britain Tidy, the Women’s Institute and the RSPCA. 11 separate litter picks were organised across Bracknell. Local residents, Scouts, Guides, and Councillors joined the Deputy Mayors … more

Refurbishment of Great Hollands Pavilion

Exciting News!! Plans have been submitted for the refurbishment of the Great Hollands pavilion, with a new café with outside seating and also a separate hall available to hire for children’s parties, anniversaries etc.  Check out the link: https://1drv.ms/v/s!Au8bH-dG1Lv2ykcbC0_rNkfAOpu0 More to follow …

Binfield Road Closure

BRACKNELL FOREST BOROUGH COUNCIL (B3018 BINFIELD ROAD (PART), BRACKNELL) (TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF DRIVING) ORDER 2017 Notice is hereby given that Bracknell Forest Borough Council intends, not less than seven days from the date of this Notice to make an Order, in accordance with Section 14 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 the effect of … more

The Great British Spring Clean 2017

Keep Britain Tidy is organising a national weekend of litter picking on 3rd-5th March. As part of this event, on Saturday, 4th March, Bracknell Town Council and Bracknell Forest Council will be working in partnership to hold 11 separate litter picks across Bracknell. If YOU would like to help, please join us at 10am at … more

Spring Event – Attention Stall Holders!

We are looking to hold another Spring Event at Jocks Lane on Sunday 2nd April, 2017 11.00am – 2.00pm If you are interested in having a stall/area at our event please e-mail  Jackie.Burgess@bracknelltowncouncil.gov.uk or complete the booking form.

Brooke House External Refurbishment Commences

The transformation of the entrance and facade of Brooke House will commence next week as part of the continued regeneration of the High Street, Bracknell. The front of the building will become straight rather than its current curved shape, new modern windows will be installed throughout and ceramic panels will be added to create an … more

The Late John Nike OBE

The death of John ‎Nike OBE is very sad news; he was a true friend to Bracknell Town. Over many years, he gave huge support to many groups and organisations in Bracknell.  Above all, he always took a real interest in their activities and their success. ‎He will be greatly missed. Our thoughts are with … more

Bracknell Your Gardens 2016 Gala Evening

Bracknell’s top gardeners were rewarded for their blooming efforts at a glittering gala evening on Wednesday, October 26th, 2016. This year’s Bracknell Your Gardens competition received over 120 garden and allotment entries across 12 categories. The competition encourages the local community to take part in Bracknell’s Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Britain in Bloom campaign. The … more

Volunteers plant 10,000 Puple4Polio crocuses across Bracknell

10,000 Purple4Polio crocus corms were planted across Bracknell by The Rotary Club of Bracknell and Bracknell in Bloom with help from Bracknell schools and local volunteers. The crocuses were planted to raise awareness of Rotary International’s Purple4Polio nationwide initiative to rid the world of polio. Purple crocuses were planted to represent the purple dye placed … more

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