Bracknell Town Council is the largest Parish council within the Unitary Authority of Bracknell Forest. It provides services to over half the population of the Borough located within 12 wards making up the central area of the Borough.
To the south lie the parishes of Sandhurst and Crowthorne, to the east is Winkfield parish and to the north are the parishes of Binfield and Warfield.
Information about the Town Council and its activities, Councillors, meetings and services may be found on this website. The website is regularly updated to give pricing information for room hire, tennis, mini-golf etc. as well as Pavilion opening times and football pitch closure information etc.
Special events, news and openings are also advertised on the website, and you can follow us on Twitter and Facebook.
Additionally, the Town Council produces a Town Guide, copies of which may be picked up at any of the Council’s coffee shops or at Brooke House. The Town Guide may also be available at libraries, doctors’ surgeries and local information points etc. A pdf version of the Town Guide may be downloaded. Ad hoc newsletters are also produced as required.
The foyer of Brooke House in the High Street is a valuable source of information and provides an opportunity for local organisations to display posters and leaflets about their activities. If you would like to display information about your organisation or event please contact us or bring the information in to Brooke House. The Town Council reserves the right to agree which information and/or brochures may be displayed, the Town Clerk’s decision on this matter is final.
Bracknell Town Council provide more than 30 recreational areas across the town, where young and old can find opportunities for play, sports, walking, fishing and other leisure activities. More information about our parks, play areas and recreation areas can be found under ‘Facilities’ on the menu bar above.
For those with green fingers, the Council maintains 235 allotments spread across 8 sites, although there is a waiting list for those wishing to take up an allotment.
We are also responsible for Larges Lane Cemetery which is maintained as a ‘living cemetery’, with attention given to encouraging biodiversity. The cemetery has won several awards under the “Living Churchyards and Cemeteries Scheme”.
There are also areas of woodland managed by the Town Council or jointly with Bracknell Forest Council.
Bracknell Town Council complies with the Freedom of Information Act and has adopted the Model Publication Scheme.
Many of our documents are available on this website for viewing and/or download, some via links in pages or as selections from the menu. All documents available for download will be in pdf format.
We endeavour to inform the residents of Bracknell Town of changes to our services and facilities using various means such as this website, newsletters as required and press releases. Check our News page and Announcements for regularly updated information.
Information about upcoming events and Council meetings can be found on under Events on the menu.
In addition to our sports and recreation facilites, we also manage the community hall at Braybrooke Recreation Ground and the Copse Suite at Jocks Lane which are available for one-off hires such as weddings, anniversaries, children’s and family birthdays, and other special occasions.
The Council Chamber at Brooke House is also available for hire from Monday to Friday from 9.00 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. with seating for up to 30 people. For more information check the Halls for Hire page under the Facilities heading or contact us on 01344 420079, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hire out many of our football pitches to local teams and also have cricket pitches, bowls greens and tennis courts available for hire. The Synthetic Pitch at Birch Hill Recreation Ground is available all year round for Hockey and Football. Full floodlighting is available at an extra cost.