Remember to follow advice on hand washing, face coverings and social distancing to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission in the community.
The Public Protection Partnership would like to remind residents who are considering purchasing puppies to do their research and make clear and informed decisions about any new addition to their family.
The Public Protection Partnership has been made aware of residents in Bracknell, Sandhurst and Crowthorne, particularly those that are retired, being targeted for spray loft works at the cost of several thousand pounds.
Following residents’ feedback, changes to The Look Out’s stay and play booking system will be made to reduce the coffee shop cashback scheme to £5 from Saturday 22 August.
We are looking for new school appeal panel members.
It’s a day for celebration for pupils from across Bracknell Forest as they receive their long awaited GCSE results, despite the unprecedented circumstances they have faced.
A new online playground booking system has been launched by The Look Out Discovery Centre on a trial basis to make sure the play area can open safely and securely with health, hygiene and social distancing measures in place
As the summer holidays draw to a close, we are asking residents to consider safer and more active ways to commute to and from school ahead of the new academic year.
Read the latest update from the Leader of the council.
The council quickly embraced the technology to stream its public meetings and continues to be committed to supporting public engagement through digital means.