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They’ve arrived, 5 truly amazing water rides at Coral Reef! Your local Conservatives promised to deliver an enhanced Coral Reef Waterworld and tomorrow doors officially open to the public. The 5 new customisable interactive state-of-the-art waterslides – The Cannon; Poseidon’s Peril; Maelstrom; Storm Chaser and Aqua Splash, offer a range of light and sound experiences, from […]
Bracknell Town Mayor making took place this week. Cllr Clive Harrison is now Mayor of Bracknell Town and Cllr Sandra Ingham the Deputy Mayor. The Bracknell Town Mayor’s charity this year is Ascot Area Alzheimers which covers the catchment area of Bracknell.
May 12th, 2017 | Published in Local council
Today, Monday 20th June, is the last day to share your thoughts on the review of local libraries in our borough. If you have not already done so, simply click on this link, it will only take a few minutes to complete.
A six-week consultation is due to begin on 13 June, on issues and options in Bracknell Forest’s new comprehensive local plan. Residents will be asked to comment on the issues the plan should address, such as new housing need, land use, and the configuration of new housing. Planning policies also deal with such matters as […]
Residents in Bracknell Forest will have the opportunity to have their say on the future of libraries. Four public meetings will take place around the borough and residents are encouraged to attend to share their ideas and thoughts about how the council can deliver a good quality, sustainable library service. The schedule of meetings is […]
Bracknell Forest borough is one of the healthiest places to live and our smoking cessation programme has the highest rate of quitters in SE England. Our 78% success rate puts us at the top of SE league tables. Smoking kills people and reduces their quality of life so we will continue to help people stop. […]
Platforms at Martin’s Heron station are to be extended by Network Rail to take longer, 10-carriage trains. Other improvements will be LED lighting and a new public address system. The 22-week project is due to start shortly. While construction is under way, there will be fewer parking spaces at the station.
Local councillors Malcolm Tullett, Gill Birch, Sandra Ingham and Mark Phillips presented a £100 cheque to Val Callan of Home-Start Bracknell at the Bracknell Town AGM. This money was raised at the Hanworth and Birch Hill Easter Fair, organised by local councillors. On behalf of Home-Start, Val Callan was delighted to receive more than £1500 from the […]
Bracknell beat off competition from other local areas to win the Thames Valley Property Award ‘Town of the Year’ last night (Thursday 12 May). Judges were looking for a Thames Valley town and its management team which has implemented a successful town centre strategy and has enhanced the town over a period of time. Cllr […]
Visitors are set to get a clearer welcome to the new Bracknell town centre as work on refurbishing Bracknell’s bus station nears completion. The £4m project is providing new shelters for passengers, real-time passenger information, better alignment for buses drawing up to the bus bays, better onward travel information, and new landscaping. “The bus station […]