A new community testing site is set to open in Sandhurst this week, to allow residents most at risk of catching and spreading COVID-19 without knowing it, to start asymptomatic testing twice a week from Wednesday, 10 February.
News: February 2021
To tackle isolation and loneliness, the council’s library service has been awarded £14,000 of funding from the Reading Agency, the Arts Council of England, and its book supplier Bolinda.
More than £900,000 has been secured to bring down the old Bentalls store in Bracknell town centre, with work due to start in February.
Two Bracknell residents and a local tree contractor have been prosecuted and fined a total of £9,428 for illegal work on a protected tree in Great Hollands South.
Cllr Paul Bettison, OBE, Leader of Bracknell Forest Council, gives a weekly update.
He thanks residents who have been following the stay at home rules, and congratulates those who have taken part in The Young Health Champions programme.
The Code of Conduct Panel met on Thursday 28 January 2021 to consider a Code of Conduct complaint brought against Cllr Richard Price, a Crowthorne Parish councillor.
Bracknell Forest residents, who are most at risk of catching and spreading COVID-19 without knowing it, are being invited to start asymptomatic testing twice a week from Wednesday 3 February.
The first testing sites will be at:
- Great Hollands Pavilion, Bracknell
- Brownlow Hall, Warfield
- Morgan Centre, Crowthorne