More kerbside recycling..

You said you wanted to recycle more from the kerbside and this is now a reality! On the Bracknell Forest Council Facebook Page you will find a short video showing you what can now be recycled, including…

  • Pots
  • Tubs
  • Trays
  • Foil
  • Foil trays
  • Food and drink cartons

For full details and to view frequently asked questions, click here.

Heathrow Expansion Consultation

Cllr Sandra Ingham attended a very interesting Heathrow airport expansion and airspace principles consultation exhibition this afternoon at The Grange Hotel. If you get the chance do go and see as it is on until 8pm. This is the first part of a 3-part consultation process. There are hard copy consultation feedback forms or alternatively, visit the Heathrow Consultation website. Even if you feel you are not directly affected right now, you may be in the future so now is the chance to have your say. The volume of public feedback and the weight of sentiment will be taken into account when making final decisions.

Neighbourhood bonding

Hanworth Social Club are organising a day trip to Bruges, Belgium on Saturday 12th May. The coach is due to leave the Club at 6.30 a.m. for a Eurotunnel crossing at 9.35 am. The idea is you get to Bruges for noon and return to Bracknell about 10 pm. Tickets – £27 each (a bargain)!

Why not join Hanworth Social Club? You can bring guests with you to events and trips such as this Bruges one, which is open to members and their family, friends, neighbours etc. The Social Club need 52 people for the trip to go ahead, so give it a whirl. After all, it is so much nicer to get on with your neighbours.

Any questions, please ask Ros.


For an update on parking matters please visit the new Parking page recently added to this website or the latest post on parking on our facebook page.

Bracknell Forest Society AGM at Birch Hill Community Centre

deputy mayor AGMThe Bracknell Forest Society celebrates our heritage, environment and community, promoting pride in Bracknell Forest. Bracknell Town Deputy Mayor Cllr Mrs Sandra Ingham had the honour of attending their AGM at Birch Hill Community Centre on Saturday 13 January where she heard the History Officer Andrew Radgick give a presentation on The Lost Hamlet of Ramslade which was once located between Broad Lane and Ralph’s Ride, Bracknell. Here she is photographed with Andrew Radgick and Ms Madeline Diver, Vice Chair, with many thanks for the invitation.


Saturday’s Street Surgery at Deansgate and Earlswood

There will be a street surgery in Deansgate and Earlswood this Saturday, 13 January: 12 noon to 2pm. If you live in these two roads please display your surgery card in a front window so local councillors will know to knock on your door. The cards will be delivered on Friday. Alternatively, if you don’t live in either of these streets but you need to speak with us, then come and find us out in the street, we will be walking about.

A great place to live, work, play and shop!

Wishing our Hanworth and Birch Hill residents a Happy Christmas….

2017: a year to celebrate

christmas balls

Unveiling the Plaque at Coral Reef Waterworld

Mrs Beacham Coral Reef On 29 November the Countess of Wessex officially opened Coral Reef by unveiling the plaque you can see in the photo. Afterwards Cllr Malcolm Tullett and Cllr Sandra Ingham presented local resident Mrs Beacham with a raffle prize she had won at the Hanworth community Christmas Fayre. Mrs Beacham had been invited to the official opening as she is the longest standing member of the catering team and she thinks the refurbishment is absolutely fabulous, as do we!

Bracknell Town Mayor’s Raffle

Our Hanworth community Christmas Fayre was a great success and enjoyed by everyone including the Bracknell Town Mayor Cllr Clive Harrison. Thanks to many donations the raffle was a big draw and raised £102 for the Mayor’s charity Ascot Area Alzheimer’s Support Group. These funds will be presented to the Mayor on Tuesday evening at the Bracknell Town Council Meeting. We would like to thank everyone who helped make the Christmas Fayre a success this year.

Bracknell Town Mayor’s Christmas Raffle

Christmas Fayre

Hanworth Community Centre, The Pines, Hanworth Road, Bracknell

Saturday 25 November 1.30-3.30pm

Bracknell Town Mayor’s Charity Raffle – Tickets £1 a strip

Raffle Prizes

Christmas Hamper donated by Aldi at Birch Hill

Family ticket for four to Beauty and the Beast on Ice 2017 donated by John Nike Ice Rink

Family ticket for four to Beauty and the Beast on Ice 2017 donated by John Nike Ice Rink

£245 Photography gift voucher for one hour family photoshoot and a 7×5” image of you and your family donated by Ventura, Windsor

Family ticket for four to Coral Reef Waterworld donated by Bracknell Forest Council

One game of Mini Golf for a family at Jocks Lane Park donated by Bracknell Town Council

One game of Mini Golf for a family at Jocks Lane Park donated by Bracknell Town Council

Family box of Milk Tray chocolates donated by Hanworth Conservatives

Bottle of Croft Original Sherry donated by Hanworth Conservatives

ARTICATE! board game provided by Drumond Park for Birch Hill Conservatives

LOGO board game provided by Drumond Park for Birch Hill Conservatives

PANDEMONIO board game provided by Drumond Park for Birch Hill Conservatives

Bottle of Mulled Wine donated by Hanworth Conservatives

There will be additional prizes donated by our Christmas Fayre stallholders on the day, come and see.

The raffle will take place towards the end of the Fayre. All proceeds will be donated to Bracknell Town Mayor’s charity: Ascot Area Alzeihmers Support Group which the covers the Bracknell area.

Cllr Sandra Ingham


07889 573087
Cllr Gill Birch

07876 351651
Cllr Malcolm Tullett

07932 148699
Cllr Mike Gibson

01344 985265

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