On Friday 16th February, Bracknell Town Mayor, Cllr Harrison held a Valentines Charity Ball to raise money for his chosen charities: Triple A (AAA) and Keep Mobile. The ball was a great success with special thanks to all those who attended and made the event possible along with the following sponsors: Oaktree Nursery and Garden … more
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Councillor Mrs Sandra Ingham, Deputy Town Mayor was delighted to cut the ribbon at the opening of the new playground at Holly Spring Infant and Junior School on Monday 19th February. Special thanks were given to Tesco Bags of Help and Friends of Holly Spring who raised the necessary funds.
£12,603 – £17,398 for 24 hours per week. Additional hours may be available Working across the whole of the Bracknell Town area you will: help to maintain the Council’s land and buildings in good order for the use and enjoyment of the public work closely with partner organisations and members of the public to address … more
Bracknell Forest Council is consulting on the Draft Bracknell Forest Local Plan. The consultation runs from 10am on Thursday 8th February until 5pm on Monday 26th March 2018. The Council is reviewing its planning policies so that they reflect the latest government policy and guidance. This includes how the amount of new housing we need … more
Councillor Clive Harrison, Town Mayor officially started the Junior Park Run held at Great Hollands Recreation ground on Sunday 14th January. Councillor Harrison and local ward Councillor Roger Meakes enjoyed speaking to the children and their parents and congratulating them after their 2k run. Councillor Harrison said: “The Junior Park Run is a brilliant initiative. It … more
Role: Prepare and serve hot drinks, snack foods and confectionery for customers Maintain the cleanliness of the coffee shops and adjacent facilities including occasional litter-picking etc. Prior to shop opening to clean, including public areas, ready for the day’s service Pay: £8.87 per hour is currently paid for all hours worked. Hours: Evening and weekend … more
The Environment Agency delivered an early Christmas gift to local anglers recently. A ‘Christmas Stocking’ delivery of young adult fish were delivered into the River Cut at Jocks Lane Recreation Ground. Our Environment Wardens have been working with The Environment Agency and the Angling Trust to enhance the area. 10 fishing platforms have been installed … more
15th December – 8.30 a.m. – 12.30 p.m. 18th—21st December – 8.30 a.m. – 5.00 p.m. 22nd December – 8.30 a.m. – 12 Noon. We will re-open on Tuesday 2nd January 2018 at 8.30 a.m.
Full details can be found on the Bracknell Forest Council website. The application reference is 17/01091/FUL, and representations can be made on the website. https://planapp.bracknell-forest.gov.uk/online-applications/simpleSearchResults.do?action=firstPage
A motion was brought forward to council in relation to reducing Bracknell Town Council’s carbon footprint on Tuesday 10th October 2017 at Brooke House Council Chamber. Bracknell Town Council Councillors discussed the motion and raised points of what the council are currently implementing or have already achieved to reduce its carbon footprint such as gradually … more
On 12th October (Hispanic Day as known in Spain) Bracknell Town Council, Bracknell in Bloom, Oaktree Garden Centre and Nursery and The Ark Trust gathered at The Elms Recreation Ground to show special guest Lourdes from Cepa Arucas Y Firgas the progression of the Spanish and Canary Islands flag emblem flower beds planted in June. … more
Bracknell looked blooming beautiful when regional Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Britain in Bloom judges visited the town on 26th July 2017. Thames and Chilterns in Bloom judges were taken on a three hour tour of the town to see Bracknell’s horticultural highlights. The judging started with a presentation by Chairman Allan Moffat at Jocks Lane … more