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Plans announced to create bee haven in Bullbrook
Bracknell Forest Friends of the Earth will help Bracknell Town Council transform a 200 square metre space from scrubland to a wildflower retreat.
Mon May 20, 2013
Swinley Forest: Two years on from devastating forest fire
Just over two years ago, firefighters from across the country were battling the biggest forest fire ever seen in Bracknell.
Fri May 17, 2013
Strictly Come Dancing Star Dani Harmer backs foster care campaign
The Strictly Come Dancing 2012 finalist has thrown her support behind Foster Care Fortnight, which launched on Monday and lasts until May 26.
New "winter wonderland" plans revealed for Swinley Park
The magic of Christmas could be coming to Swinley Park after plans to build a temporary winter wonderland were revealed.
Thu May 16, 2013
New Mayor of Bracknell Forest and deputy chosen
Applause filled Bracknell's council chamber last night as a new Borough Mayor and deputy were chosen to serve the borough for the next year.
Wed May 15, 2013
Thieves target cars in Bracknell Forest
Two men were seen driving off in a Land Rover without lights on after a leaf blower was stolen from a parked car.
Mon May 13, 2013
Town hanging baskets ready for Britain in Bloom judges
The theme for the town's bid for gardening glory is growing your own and edible hanging baskets full of fruit, vegetables and herbs are going up around the town.
Sun May 12, 2013
Cash pot to help boost travel plan in Bracknell / Bracknell News / News / Bracknell
Bracknell Forest Council will be launching projects in the coming months to promote sustainable travel and help ease rush-hour congestion in the borough.
Thu May 09, 2013
New buildings open at Holly Spring Junior School after three years of work
After more than three years of building work, pupils showed off their new classrooms, library and ICT suite to family and friends.
Plans for 1,000 home development on former TRL site on show
Homeowners and businesses in Crowthorne are being invited to view plans for the old TRL site during a three-day exhibition.
Charles Square regeneration will 'take heart out of Bracknell' say civic society
The redevelopment of Charles Square as part of the regeneration will 'take the heart out of Bracknell', according to the Bracknell Forest Society.
Wed May 08, 2013
"Time for us to say no to developers" say council
Members of Bracknell Forest Council's planning committee said they were listening to the people as they ignored officers' advice to allow controversial developments in Binfield, Harmans Water and Warfield.
Have your say: Plan to scrap taxi surcharge in Bracknell put on hold
Members of the Bracknell Forest Council licensing and safety committee decided last Wednesday to temporarily put the change on hold, asking officers to come back to the committee with possible alternatives before anything is approved.
Taxpayer hit by rogue traders illegal rubbish dumping
Bracknell Forest Council wants people to help snare fly-tippers after it received reports of unlicensed operators charging people to clear waste then dumping it.
Tue May 07, 2013
Bracknell woman blasts fine for return of her dog
A WOMAN has been reunited with her dog - but has branded the 125 charge she has to pay as "ridiculous". Nikki Stevens, who lives in Great Hollands, said her four-year-old border terrier, Ruby, escaped through her front door at about 7.20pm. She said she received a call from a company called Dogbusters - which works on behalf of Bracknell Forest ... (more)
Fri May 03, 2013
Mayor opens new fountain at South Hill Park
A new fountain was opened at South Hill Park by the mayor of Bracknell Forest as part of a A 2.3 million revamp of the arts centre's grounds.
Thu May 02, 2013
Drop into Bracknell surgery for some sound advice
The next walk-in session will be held on Saturday. HOUSING, children and the regeneration of Bracknell are the main issues brought up at councillors' surgeries in Old Bracknell and Wildridings.
British survivor of Greenland charity trek turned tragedy has been...
In agony: Andy Norman, 33, is on high doses of morphine in an Icelandic hospital as he tries to cope with the excruciating pain of frostbite A polar explorer whose charity trek across the Greenland ice sheet turned to tragedy has been left in agony due to the severe frostbite he suffered, his best friend said today.
Wed May 01, 2013
Bracknell Forest Council 'doing all it can to help over bedroom tax'
EVERYTHING possible is being done to help people being affected by the so-called 'bedroom tax', Bracknell Forest Council says.