Our playgrounds are still closed, please do not use them for the safety of your children. Police action could be taken against you if you use facilities that are still closed.
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We are aware of the crayfish at North Lake and are waiting for a licensed trapper and guidance from the Environment Agency. Please DO NOT take the crayfish out of North Lake. There are a lot of rules around catching them some of which are detailed below: Native crayfish are a protected species. They are … more
Please take your rubbish home with you if the bins are full at the park you are visiting, as rubbish stacked next to bins encourage rats and foxes. Our staff are working hard to empty all bins regularly, but if they are full please take responsibility by taking a plastic bag out with you and … more
Bracknell Town Council would like to introduce the newly appointed Bracknell Town Deputy Mayor, Councillor Sanjeev Prasad: “I am humbled and privileged to be appointed as Bracknell Town Deputy Mayor for 2020/21. I will strive to do the best that I can in the time that I have in this role and I look forward … more
Bracknell Town Council would like to introduce the newly appointed Town Mayor for 2020/21, Councillor Michael Titheridge: “It is a massive honour to be appointed Bracknell Town Mayor. Thank you to the public for staying home at this time, I look forward to meeting as many of you as possible in the future.”
On behalf of Bracknell Town I would like to wish Her Majesty The Queen a wonderful 94th Birthday. She has served us so well since 1952 and her dedication to service, loyalty, duty and tradition is second to none. We hope you enjoy a lovely day despite being isolated from your family and friends. We … more
At this difficult time, we know that you want to be in the fresh air but Bracknell Town Council are following the guidance of the government and as we have advised, all of our playgrounds are closed. This is to prevent the spread of the virus so please tell your friends and families not to … more
By order of H.M. Government as part of the UK Coronavirus response, Bracknell Town Council has closed all its play areas, tennis courts and ball courts for a minimum of 21 days.
A message from Healthwatch Bracknell: “It is currently unknown what, if any, community response is necessary and what may be asked of people to help out others due to the virus. We would like to begin by being prepared for any eventuality. Therefore we are building a list of people who may be willing to … more
If you require help or assistance at this time, there are lots of people out there willing to help. You can request support on the non-political page below. If you are able to help anyone such as those who may be under self-isolation with shopping or errands etc, you can post on the non-political group … more
Bracknell Town Council are unable to extend the Television Licence Grant to residents beyond the age of 75. Council have looked into this, but unfortunately it is not feasible as we have a limited budget set aside each year to fund the grant. TV Licensing will be developing a new “Pay as you Go” payment … more
14 hours per week including evenings and weekends. Additional shifts may be available at all sites. £9.577 per hour is currently paid for all hours worked An interesting opportunity has arisen at Bracknell Town Council to join a fantastic team Bracknell Town Council is responsible for the maintenance of the majority of the recreation areas and play … more