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Town Clerk:
 Russell Reeve

Office:
 Brooke House
 
 54 High Street
 
 Bracknell
 
 Berkshire
 
 RG12 1LL

Phone:
 01344 420079
Fax:
 01344 424015

E-mail:
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Town Mayor
 
Town Clerk

Office Hours:
  8.30 am-5.00 pm Mon - Thurs
  8.30 am-4.30 pm Friday

Answerphone service out of hours
 

News from BTC


Blooming Beautiful Bracknell wows Thames and Chilterns judges NEW!
 
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Books to remember World War I local soldiersNEW!
 
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  What We Do    


Bracknell Town Council is responsible for the maintenance of the majority of the recreation areas and childrens' play facilities within the Bracknell Town area of Bracknell Forest Borough.

Our grounds staff (dressed in dark blue clothing) are familiar to many as they are seen mowing the grass, marking out sports pitches, clearing litter and inspecting play equipment.  What you may not be so familiar with are some of our other staff and services which include the provision of allotment sites, bus shelters, public seats, the Larges Lane Cemetery and the quality all weather synthetic pitch facilities at Birch Hill.

The Town Council also gives grants to local organisations and a TV licence grant to older and disabled people of the Parish.

Details of all the Town Council's services can be found on this website.
 
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Neighbourhood Planning

A Neighbourhood Plan for Bracknell Town will influence what kind of new development goes where, and what sorts of social and leisure facilities are needed to make our town a better place to live and work.   As part of the process to produce a Neighbourhood Plan we are seeking your views, and would like you to take a survey - click here

You can find more information on the Neighbourhood Planning page.
 

Whats On This Week

Date Time Venue Event
Aug 2nd 09:00-18:00 South Hill Park Arts Centre
Affinity Festival - to 3rd August 2014
Aug 2nd 10:00-16:00 Thames Valley Police Training Centre Sulhamstead near Reading
Thames Valley Police Open Day
Aug 6th 11:00-15:00 Great Hollands Recreation Ground
Summer Activities
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  • Jean's Pond, Braybrooke Recreation Ground
    Braybrooke Recreation Ground
  • Play Area at Jocks Lane
    Jocks Lane
  • Yardley Play Area
    Yardley Play Area
  • Ullswater Play Area
    Ullswater Play Area
  • The Green Play Area
    The Green Play Area
  • South Hill Road Play Area
    South Hill Road Play Area
  • Oareborough Play Area
    Oareborough Play Area
  • Nuthurst Play Area
    Nuthurst Play Area
  • Nettlecombe Play Area
    Nettlecombe Play Area
  • Ludlow Play Area
    Ludlow Play Area
  • Harmans Water Play Area
    Harmans Water Play Area
  • Ennerdale Play Area
    Ennerdale Play Area
  • Cumnor Way Play Area
    Cumnor Way Play Area
  • Calfridus Way Play Area
    Calfridus Way Play Area
  • Birch Hill Centre Play Area
    Birch Hill Centre
  • Mill Park Play Area
    Mill Park and Mill Pond
  • Jurassic Park - A Swing for Sharing
    Jurassic Park
  • Image of synthetic pitch and clubhouse
    Birch Hill Recreation Ground
  • Image of North Lake - looking north from Ringmead
    South Hill Park Recreation Ground
  • Image of Mill Pond and Old Boathouse Cafe
    Mill Park and Mill Pond
  • Play Area at Great Hollands
    Great Hollands Recreation Ground
  • A view of Jocks Lane Pavilion from the car park
    Jocks Lane Pavilion
  • Larges Lane cemetery, memorials by the sides of the path
    Larges Lane cemetery
  • Brooke House in High Street
    Brooke House in High Street
  • Great Hollands Bowls Club
    Great Hollands Bowls Club
  • Poppy Park Opening Day
    Poppy Park Play Area
  • Winscombe Play Area, rock tower
    Jungle Park (Winscombe Play Area)
  • Threshfields Play Area, typhoon
    Threshfields Play Area
  • Latimer & Lydney Play Area zip wire
    Latimer Play Area
  • Braybrook Community Hall set up for wedding reception
    Braybrook Community Hall
  • Quintilis Play Area slide
    Quintilis Play Area
  • Great Hollands Pavilion from the north
    Great Hollands Pavilion
  • South Road Allotments
    South Road Allotments
  • Home Farm Play Area (4)
    Home Farm Play Area
  • Freeborn Way Play Area
    Freeborn Way Play Area
  • Bullbrook Play Area (1)
    Bullbrook Play Area
  • Swing, Skate & Star Statue in The Elms Park
    The Elms Park
  • The Bandstand in the town centre
    The Bandstand
 

Did You Know ...


Meetings of the Council and its Committees (except Staffing) are open to the Public. You are welcome to come along and watch your Councillors in action.
 
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