Councillor Sandra Ingham, Town Mayor will be raising funds for the Youth Outreach Learning and Participation Programmes at South Hill Park. Funds raised during her mayoral year 2018-19 will be for the benefit of the following youth groups: 11/17 drop in arts sessions, Wilde About Arts youth theatre and Missed Out, the young producers’ programme.
If you would like to donate to the Mayor’s Fund please send a cheque payable to ‘Mayor’s Fund’ to Bracknell Town Council, Brooke House, 54 High Street, Bracknell RG12 1LL.
If you would like to invite the Mayor or Deputy Mayor to any local events please contact us by completing the Mayoral Engagement Form and sending it either to our Brooke House address, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you just wish to send a message please complete the Mayor’s contact page.
Please submit your request at least two weeks before your event as the Mayor may not be able to accept late requests. Although these dates are updated regularly, you are advised to check with Brooke House before making any arrangements based on them.
Current Mayor and Deputy Mayor
T: 01344 420512
Sandra InghamAs the newly elected Bracknell Town Councillor for Hanworth, I believe I have the experience, commitment and communication skills needed to help residents and to make sure it stays \"great round here\".
I will work as Hanworth\'s Town Councillor to ensure we preserve our open spaces and maintain our sports and recreation facilities. With the town centre moving ahead positively I\'d like to make sure that we don\'t lose sight of our culture and heritage especially places like South Hill Park.
I am married and have two lovely children who go to local schools. Like a lot of people around here I run my own small business, working alongside my husband, who is a well known HR consultant, author and trainer. We have lived in the area for 20 years.
T: 01344 640035
Roger MeakesAs a Town Councillor for Great Hollands South ward, I have already made the pledge to serve the community to the best of his ability, without bias or prejudice. I welcome any enquiries from members of the community of my ward and indeed anywhere else within the town of Bracknell if they are so inclined. If any enquiry is made within my ward and remit, I will endeavour to resolve the issue. If the issue falls outside of my remit I will pass the details to a colleage who is better able to handle any such enquiry and will then follow the enquiry through to its\' conclusion.
I make no apologies - I am a no nonsense councillor, so what you see is what you get.
Living in Great Hollands myself, I have seen some disappointing declines in standards over the years by some of the residents. I hope to start to reverse the trend. I understand that it can be a little awkward and fractious living next to someone that considers it OK to throw rubbish out into a garden, front or rear. I may not be able to resolve all problems but it will not be for the lack of trying.
I am here to serve you so do not be afraid to seek my help. You voted for me, so please use me!
6:30 pm - 9:15 pm
Councillor Roger Meaks, Deputy Town Mayor will be attending the Royal County of ...
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Councillor Sandra Ingham, Town Mayor will be attending the Summer Reception. ...
2016 – 17 Councillor Ash Merry
2015 – 16 Councillor Mark Phillips
2014 – 15 Councillor Mrs Denise Hamilton
2013 – 14 Councillor Alvin Finch
2012 – 13 Councillor Mrs Shelagh Pile