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Arson at Jurassic Park Play Area – Great Hollands

Bracknell Town Council are disappointed to report that on the evening of 25th April 2019 the safety surfacing around the large slide at the Jurassic Park Play area in Great Hollands was set on fire. Our staff have been on site today Friday 26th April 2019 and have made the area safe but unfortunately the … more

Pavilion Assistant Vacancy – Great Hollands Pavilion – NOW CLOSED

Pavilion Assistant Great Hollands Café Permanent Sunday shift 8.30 to 3pm Additional shifts will be available at Great Hollands as well as Jocks Lane and Birch Hill.  Role:  Prepare and serve hot drinks, snack foods and confectionery for customers Maintain the cleanliness of the coffee shops and adjacent facilities including occasional litter-picking etc. Prior to … more

High School Musical

Bracknell Town Mayor attended a heart warming VIP performance of High School Musical on Thursday 18 April at South Hill Park arts centre.  

Coffee Shop Opening Times

FANCY A COFFEE? The new Great Hollands Pavilion Cafe is open to the public at the following times: Weekdays: CLOSED Weekends: 8.30 – 4pm   Jocks Lane Cafe is open to the public at the following times: Weekdays: CLOSED Weekends: 10 – 4pm   If the weather is nice, the coffee shops may stay open … more

Waitrose Visit

Bracknell Town Mayor joined The High Sheriff of Berkshire, Bracknell Forest Mayor and the Director of Information for Thames Valley Police in welcoming HRH The Prince of Wales to Waitrose and Partners’ headquarters in Bracknell today (April 4) to officially open the new Food Innovation Studio. During the tour HRH Prince Charles tasted a newly … more

Opening of Forget-Me-Knot Charity Shop

Bracknell Town Mayor joined Bracknell Forest Mayor Cllr Alvin Finch and Cllr Dee Hamilton at the opening of the vintage, retro Forget-me-Knot charity shop in Wildridings Square on Monday 1st April. Run by The ARK Trust, Forget-me-Knot is not just a charity shop but a welcoming, accessible place where you can browse, enjoy a hot … more

Celebrate the Arts across Bracknell this July

Calling all artists, poets, performers, theatre groups, choirs, bands, school groups and more…! In July 2019, South Hill Park Arts Centre & Wilde Theatre invites artists, groups and organisations to celebrate their work across Bracknell Forest. Whether you are staging a play or musical, showcasing your end of year school production, putting on a concert … more

Election of Councillors – Bracknell Town Council

Notice of Election – Bracknell Town The Local Elections are taking place on Thursday 2nd May across the town.  To see the Statement of Persons Nominated, please look under Useful Documents to the right of this page. YOUR VOTE MATTERS – DON’T LOSE IT!!

Bracknell Town Council takes major steps towards reducing carbon footprint

In 2017 Bracknell Town Council, recognising the pressing issue of climate change and air pollution, committed to reducing its carbon footprint.  A Working Group was established, led by Cllr Dr Peter Hill, and a 10 year programme was written to deliver on this commitment. Bracknell Town Council upkeeps 33 parks in the Bracknell area along … more

Stunning New Pavilion coming soon!

Local residents were invited to have a look around the new Great Hollands Pavilion and to join staff and Councillors for a drink and a scone on Saturday 23rd March. Work is still continuing on the new splash pad, play area and landscaping. The new Pavilion is modern and sleek and has a café, hall … more

Keeping Bracknell Tidy!!

‘Keep Britain Tidy’ organised the annual spring clean on Saturday 23rd March and Bracknell Town Council teamed up with Bracknell Forest Council and Continental Landscapes Ltd to keep Bracknell tidy. 11 separate litter picks were held across Bracknell including Braybrooke Park, Jennetts Park and Birch Hill Recreation Ground. Local Councillors and residents did a great … more

The Great British Spring Clean 23rd March 2019

Keep Britain Tidy is organising the annual national spring clean. As part of this event, Bracknell Town Council and Bracknell Forest Council will be working in partnership to hold 11 separate litter picks across the borough. If YOU would like to help, please join us at 10am at your nearest litter pick – litter pickers, … more

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