Councillor Clive Harrison, Town Mayor attended the Achiever Awards at Bracknell and Wokingham College on Monday 26th June. The Awards celebrate the success and effort of the students over the past year. The tutors choose students for their outstanding effort and passion for their course. The guest speaker was Pete Reed, a former Oxford Blue, … more
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The M3 junction 2 to 4a smart motorway project was scheduled to complete construction in December 2016. However as part of this project Highways England made the decision to carry out a substantial amount of planned future maintenance, which included the full low noise resurfacing of the carriageways and the demolition and reconstruction of Woodlands … more
Councillor Clive Harrison, Town Mayor visited Careers Springboard, at the Bracknell Open Learning Centre on Friday 7th July where he kindly addressed the members of the group and shared some insights from the time when he was a job seeker.
Bracknell Town Mayor Cllr Clive Harrison was pleased to attended the SANDs family fun day and charity football match held on Sunday 2nd July at Bracknell Town Football Club. The event was held in memory of Jayden Lovejoy and Evelyn Jean Blackman, with all donations received going to the SANDs still birth and neonatal death … more
A great day was had by all at the Teddy Bears’ Picnic held at Jocks Lane Park yesterday, 21st June. The sun was shining as the crowds gathered to explore many of the fantastic stalls the event had to offer, from personalised pencils made from twigs to the popular merry-go-round. Councillor Sandra Ingham, Deputy Town … more
Please be advised that the M3 junction 2 link road from the M25 junction 12, clockwise and anticlockwise, to the M3 southbound, will be closed for one weekend in order to carry out critical drainage works.
Councillor Sandra Ingham, Deputy Town Mayor thanked Youthline at their AGM for having a presence in all Bracknell secondary schools. The team of 30 Youthline counsellors help young people to resolve their issues in a safe, secure environment. Councillor Ingham is photographed with Youthline Chairman Martin Gocke and the PCSO for Easthampstead and Wildridings Abigail Langley. http://www.youthlineuk.com
Circa £18,000 per annum initially (depending on qualifications and experience) plus pension scheme 37 hours per week, additional hours may be available. Working across the Bracknell area you will: help maintain the Council’s recreation areas and play equipment. help ensure the Town Council’s facilities present an attractive, welcoming and safe environment for service users,. be … more
Where: M3 Jct 2 to 4a southbound including the M25 junction 12 clockwise slip road and anti-clockwise link road to the M3 southbound and junctions 2, 3 and 4 entry slips and junctions 3, 4 and 4a exit slips Timing: Tuesday – Thursday 8pm – 5.30am Diversion: M3 southbound J2 to M25 … more
On Friday 9th June, we were pleased to welcome the chairman of Bracknell Twinning Association Councillor Mary Temperton along with local residents of Leverkusen, Germany and their hosts to the Council Chamber at Brooke House for tea and cake after their visit to Ocean House to marvel at the Bracknell regeneration. A warm welcome was … more
On Thursday 8th June 2017 Bracknell Town Council, Bracknell in Bloom, Oak Tree Garden Centre and Nursery, Avis Budget Group and The Ark Trust Ltd came together in true community spirit to plant three new flower beds in The Elms Recreation Ground and Hydrandreas along the fence area. The cost of the new vibrant flower … more
The ideal candidate will have some retail experience and a Food Hygiene Certificate, although this is not essential and full training will be given. The ability to attend at any of the three Bracknell Town Council pavilion coffee shops within the Bracknell area is desirable. Flexibility to be able to occasionally work a shift at … more