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Bracknell Town Council

Contact details

Name of clerk: Jackie Burgess 


Phone: 01344 420079

Bracknell Town Council website


Office address:

Brooke House
High Street
RG12 1LL

Opening hours: 

Monday - Thursday 9am to 5pm
Friday - 9am to 4pm

About Bracknell Town Council

Number of residents: 56,000

Membership: 27 councillors. Membership of Bracknell Town Council is available to view online.

Usual meeting day: Tuesday

Precept budget 2019 to 2020: £2.19 million

Services provided

Bracknell Town Council provides:

  • allotments
  • bowling green
  • Bracknell in Bloom
  • Bracknell Matters
  • crazy golf
  • cricket
  • environment wardens
  • fishing
  • full size synthetic pitch, 2 ball courts
  • grants to local organisations
  • grants to over 65s towards their TV licence
  • grass pitches for football and rugby
  • halls/function room for hire
  • management of the Larges Lane cemetery
  • outdoor table tennis
  • Pavilion coffee shops and kiosks
  • skate parks
  • substantial funding for South Hill Park Arts Centre
  • 12 Tennis courts

Facilities provided

Bracknell Town Council provides:

  • 35 Children's play areas, 2 with splashpads, all with well-maintained equipment
  • parks at Jocks Lane, Braybrooke, The Elms, Mill Pond, Birch Hill and Great Hollands
  • various bus shelters, seats and bins (in our areas)

Background information

Bracknell Town Council was formed in 1955 to provide services for those living in the developing ‘new town’.

With its many parks and recreation areas, Bracknell Town is a great place to bring up a family.

The Town Council is pleased to work in partnership with Bracknell Forest Council on many projects, while also striving to be recognised in its own right for its unique contribution in making Bracknell a great place to live.

Map of Bracknell Town Council area

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