Friday, July 28, 2017 
Crowthorne Summer Activities 
The Summer Activities will once again take place on the Morgan Recreation ground in Crowthorne and will be running every Friday afternoon starting on July 28th until Aug 18th, between 3.00 - 5.00 p.m.

It is a free event for the whole community, from toddlers to grandparents.
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Friday, July 28, 2017 
The Churches Together Summer Activities  
return this week Friday 28th July !
The events are FREE so bring the kids and have fun 😊
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Monday, June 26, 2017 
Warning over Blue Badge scam websites 
Disabled residents are being warned about unscrupulous scammers charging people for help applying for a Blue Badge.

A Blue Badge is available to disabled people to allow them free parking and can be applied for simply by filling out a form and paying £10 for the badge itself.

However, Bracknell Forest Council has received three reports in the past fortnight about websites charging up front as much as £49 solely for help with applying for a Blue Badge.
Wednesday, June 14, 2017 
Bracknell Forest Council Members' allowances published 
Bracknell Forest Council has published full details of payments made to its members during 2016/17. The figures include allowances as well as payments made relating to mileage, travel, subsistence and childcare. The Council also offers Members a range of other support, including access to learning and development opportunities, personal computers, mobile phones and smart phone devices.

Alison Sanders, Director of Corporate Services, said 'It's important that the Council is transparent about allowances paid to members and that residents understand how this money is used. Our Councillors work very hard to help residents, and we want to support them to be able to do that.'

To see full details of allowances, use the link below...
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Thursday, June 08, 2017 
Belisha Beacons on the Borough's Zebra Crossings 
Bracknell Forest Council has been operating a rolling program to upgrade the Belisha beacons on the Borough's zebra crossings. The new Zebrite beacons have a LED halo that make them more visible to motorist.

The Belisha beacon located on the crossing on Dukes Ride near its junction with New Road was upgraded in 2016.

The next crossings to be upgraded are the four zebra crossings located on Crowthorne High Street. These works are scheduled to commence on Monday 12th June.

For more information on the replacement programme, please contact Bracknell Forest Council on 01344 352000
Sunday, May 07, 2017 
'Victims First' launches to support victims of crime. 
The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Thames Valley, Anthony Stansfeld, has today launched his ‘Victims First’ brand and website.

Victims First is the new overarching title for the PCCs work in providing support, increasing accessibility and improving services for victims of crime across Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.