Next Street Surgery

Saturday Community Surgeries are now held regularly at the Birch Hill Library.

The next surgery will take place on Saturday 20 October, 10-11 am.

If you have a problem or query which you think your local councillors can help you with, just pop into the Birch Hill Library between 10 and 11 am on Saturday 20 October.

All are welcome and we look forward to meeting you.



Free, short, easy health walks

You can now join in 2 or 3 mile walks starting at South Hill Park car park at 10.30 every Saturday. The walks take 1 to 1.5 hours. They are designed for those who have not previously walked with a group or who are recovering from illness or surgery. They are led by volunteer leaders from the South East Berks Ramblers.

After the walk stay for a natter and refreshments at the Atrium cafe.

Contact Brian or Shirley on 01344 483940 or


Fusion Councillor of the Year

Hanworth councillor, Sandra Ingham, was awarded ‘Councillor of the Year’ by Bracknell Fusion at the Berkshire Youth Celebration & Awards Evening 2018 held in Reading this month.

“Thank you Fusion for this wonderful award. The Fusion programme helps transition Year 6 pupils to Year 7. It is a programme that has a positive impact on our young people and in turn benefits the community,” said Cllr Sandra Ingham.

Fusion is a partnership delivered and managed by Berkshire Youth with a vision to engage stakeholders to work collaboratively with young people in the community that they share. The Fusion Project has been successfully delivering programmes across Bracknell since January 2014, working with pupils aged 10 to 13 years, developing confidence and leadership skills and involving activities and a social action project designed to improve an aspect of the immediate community. 

The Pines Primary School Wins Two Awards

Cllr Gill Birch and Cllr Sandra Ingham accompanied Fusion Officer Paige Reeve to The Pines Primary
The Pines, fusion school of the year The Pines pupil of the year Fusion
School to present Fusion School of the Year award and also at the same time Fusion Pupil of the Year Award. Two very well deserved awards. Well done everyone!

Cllrs are Walking About this Saturday

On Saturday 21st July, Birch Hill library will be closed. So instead of a library surgery local councillors will be available to meet you to discuss local issues at Birch Hill shops/Leppington car park /Hedgehog Park area 10.00-11.00am.

Changes at Birch Hill Post Office

Birch Hill Post Office is being changed. Customers will access Post Office services at a low-screened, open-plan, modern serving point that is part of the retail counter. While work is going on the branch will continue to open at the usual hours and your new-look Post Office branch will be ready on Monday 16 July 2018. Click on this link for more information.

Warm Welcome at The Kerith Centre

Bracknell Town Mayor Cllr Sandra Ingham welcomed HRH The Duke of Gloucester at The Kerith Centre this afternoon and then met and thanked the Kerith Centre volunteers who freely give of their time to help others through Bracknell’s Food Bank, the Job Club, help and support with addiction, managing debt and teaching English as a foreign language. It was a special privilege to meet people who are being supported or who have been supported by people at the Centre and are now thriving in ways they had not anticipated. There is always a warm welcome to all our residents at The Kerith Centre regardless of personal circumstances.

Birch Hill Library Surgery

Your local councillors will be at Birch Hill Library this Saturday 10-11 am.

Do come and meet with us. 

Bracknell in Bloom at South Hill Park

Bracknell Town Mayor Cllr Sandra Ingham helped at the Bracknell in Bloom stand at South Hill Park’s Festival of Food and Music on Saturday. Twenty flower baskets were planted by children and their families under the guidance of Oaktree Garden Centre’s nurseryman Mark Gilkes and his team. All the flower baskets are name tagged and will be hung in Bracknell Town Council managed parks.

There are lots of ways to get involved with the Bracknell in Bloom campaign and we need all the help we can get right now. If you are interested in lending a hand please call Bracknell Town Council to find out how you can help: 01344 420079.

Pillars of our local community

Bracknell Town Mayor Cllr Sandra Ingham had breakfast with a group of volunteers from Befriending, Youthline, Girl Guiding, Home-Start and The Carers Association, hosted by Involve at Bracknell Weathervane Inn.

Cllr Sandra Ingham


07889 573087
Cllr Gill Birch

07876 351651
Cllr Malcolm Tullett

07932 148699
Cllr Mike Gibson

07472 255336

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