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Grounds Person Vacancy – CLOSED

Employer:                           Bracknell Town Council Salary:                                  £20,444- £22,571 (subject to qualification and experience) plus generous Pension Scheme Hours:                                  37 hours per week Working pattern:             Full Time Location:                             Braybrooke Depot, Makepiece Road, Bracknell Bracknell Town Council is responsible for the management and maintenance of recreational facilities across Bracknell Town. The Town Council is the largest of … more

Part-Time Vacancy – Environment Warden – CLOSED

Part-time 16 to 20 hours per week some weekend work Starting salary £20,444(FTE) pro-rated to hours worked Additional hours may be available Plus pension scheme Working as part of the Council’s staff team you will help to ensure the Council’s land and buildings across the whole of the Bracknell Town area are in good order … more

Bracknell Railway Society Running Dates

The miniature railway at Jocks Lane will be running new electric and steam trains on the following days between 1-4pm: 10th July 2022 14th August 2022 29th August 2022 11th September 2022 25th September 2022 9th October 2022 Tickets – £1 (cash or contactless) per person per ride – Under 2’s Free!

Father Guy’s Last Service in Bracknell

Father Guy, Rector of Easthampstead for 20 years, held his last service at the Church of St Michaels and St Mary Magdalene on Michaelmas Day. He is moving on to manage 14 churches at the end of the month, becoming Team Rector of Leominster. The service was very well attended Bracknell Town Mayor, Councillor Sanjeev … more

Inspire Young Engineers Pre-Launch – Postponed

Unfortunately, the event has now been postponed until the Spring term, this is in part due to lower than expected pupils numbers and the increasing rise in Covid cases across Berkshire.  We would like the event to be as impactful as possible for the employers and students and due to Public England’s directive, to some … more

North Lake Island Expansion

This week works are commencing at North Lake for the expansion of the island at the Southern end of the lake. There will be the importing of existing local natural resources to the North Lake area which will be used to expand the island. The island expansion is being introduced to create a narrower water … more

Polling Day for Bracknell Town Neighbourhood Plan Referendum

Today (9th September) is polling day for the Bracknell Town Neighbourhood Plan referendum. This is the chance for Bracknell residents to vote for a number of key benefits for the Bracknell community, including: Protection of green space, including designation of 11 local green spaces; More local funding for projects in Bracknell,  through receiving a greater … more

Merchant Navy Day 2021

Bracknell Town Council are proud supporters of Merchant Navy Day and today, the 3rd September they are flying the Red Ensign above their offices in the town centre to show their support. With the help of the Royal Naval Association Bracknell Branch, the Red Ensign was hoisted to honour the brave men and women who … more

Bracknell Town Neighbourhood Plan REFERENDUM THURSDAY 09 SEPTEMBER

The Bracknell Town Neighbourhood Plan is a planning document for Bracknell Town’s future.  The core of the plan is 36 policies which would be used to help safeguard the area covered by the Bracknell Town Neighbourhood Plan.  A list of all the policies in the Bracknell Town Neighbourhood plan – with a brief description can … more

National Allotments Week 9th – 15th August

National Allotments Week started in 2002 as a way of raising awareness of allotments and the role they play in helping people to live healthier lifestyles, grow their own food, develop friendships and bolster communities. The campaign week is still thriving 18 years later and interest in growing your own fruit and vegetables has never … more

Message of Sympathy for Leverkusen

Bracknell Town Mayor sends message of sympathy to Leverkusen following flooding. Cllr Sanjeev Prasad, Mayor of Bracknell Town, has written to Oberburgermeister Uwe Richrath, Lord Mayor of Leverkusen, to express sympathy following the recent serious flooding near Bracknell’s twin Town. The mayor’s letter said: Dear Lord Mayor Uwe Richrath and all our friends in Leverkusen, … more

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