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Dementia Awareness Event

Town Mayor Councillor Clive Harrison, attended the Dementia Awareness event held at Princess Square on the 15th May 2017. The event was to bring awareness of how Dementia can affect us all. Town Mayor, Councillor Clive Harrison met with representatives of DAA (Dementia Action Alliance) and learned how the support of DAA can radically improve … more

Annual Town Meeting

All BRACKNELL ELECTORS are INVITED to ATTEND at Braybrooke Recreation Ground Hall, Makepiece Road, Priestwood, Bracknell RG42 2HF On TUESDAY 9th MAY 2017 starting promptly at 7.30 p.m. Under the chairmanship of Cllr Ash Merry – Town Mayor   THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO AIR YOUR VIEWS AND QUESTION YOUR TOWN MAYOR AND COUNCILLORS ABOUT … more

Notice of Hanworth By-Election

SENT ON BEHALF OF TIMOTHY WHEADON, RETURNING OFFICER and ANN MOORE, DEPUTY RETURNING OFFICER, BRACKNELL FOREST COUNCIL Notice of by-election Notice of by-election for Hanworth Ward of Bracknell Town has been published. Please see link below. Nomination papers Candidates/agents can collect nomination papers from our office at Easthampstead House from 10am, 27 April up … more

Notice of Vacancy – Hanworth Ward

A vacancy for a Parish Councillor has arisen in the above ward of the Parish Council following the resignation of Councillor Mark Phillips. See Useful Documents for more information.

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

Brooke House Building Works – Update, 23rd February 2017

There is limited access to our office at Brooke House while the High Street windows are being replaced. We are hoping work will be completed this weekend and access will be back to normal on Monday, 27th February. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

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

New Town Clerk for Bracknell

Jackie Burgess has been appointed to the position of Town Clerk at Bracknell Town Council, following a selection process.‎ Jackie has worked for the Town Council since 2006, most recently as Deputy Town Clerk. Jackie will be Acting Town Clerk from 1 February until the appointment is ratified by full Council on 21 February‎. Cllr … more

Tesco Bags of Help Scheme

Braybrooke Community Nature and Fishing Club have been selected to receive funding from the Tesco Bags of Help Scheme. Our project is to fund a number of community events in 2017 including a 6 week after school club for children with special needs. Our project along with the other two successful projects in will go … 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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