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.

Street Surgery: Jameston

We will be holding a Street Surgery in Jameston this Saturday, 4 November: 10-12 noon.

Christmas Fayre, Hanworth Community Centre, The Pines, Hanworth Road, Bracknell

Handmade giftsYour local councillors invite you to a special Christmas Fayre at Hanworth Community Centre, The Pines, Hanworth Road, Bracknell on Saturday 25 November 2017, 1.30-3.30pm.

Free entry. Come and enjoy our Christmas Fayre (1.30 – 3.30pm).

Father Christmas will be there for the children! Hot drinks and cakes will be served by local councillors.

Buy a special Christmas gift for your loved ones choosing from knitted toys, scented candles, bath bombs, soap, candy, jewellery kits, handmade jewellery, children’s books, knitted cot blankets, beanies, wind chimes and miniature paintings. There will be Christmas crafts, greetings cards, baubles. You can order your Tropic beauty products from their stall, save money on your utility bills at the Utility Warehouse Discount Club stand and have a good rummage at the bric-a-brac table.

Entertain the kids with face painting, games and crafting as well as a chat with Santa.

Support the Bracknell Town Mayor’s charity by buying raffle tickets – lovely prizes!

Stallholders: Pudding Cup, Candy Box, Nicci Little Readers,the Utility Warehouse Discount Club, Inno’scent Candles, The Pines Pre-School, Tropic Beauty, Purple Robin, Crafty Chrysalis, Hanworth Social Club, Sue Reeves and her knitted toys, Julie Hughes with soaps and bath bombs, Paula Page with wind chimes, knitted cot blankets, beanies and recycled wine bottles, Brenda Hopkins and the bric-a-brac will be run by Ascot Area Alzheimers Support Group (Bracknell Town Mayor’s chosen charity).

Age Concern AGM

Priestwood Events Flyer Sep – Dec 2017

Cllr Sandra Ingham attended the Age Concern AGM this week in her capacity as Bracknell Town Council Deputy Mayor and was delighted to learn of the popular programme of events held at Priestwood Community Centre (see link above) as well as outings to Kew Gardens, Kennet & Avon canal and Bournemouth. It is good to keep active.

Hillberry Street Surgery this Saturday

Ward Lexicon 2 councils Cllrs Gill Birch, Sandra Ingham and Malcolm Tullett  will be holding a street surgery in Hillberry this Saturday, 23 September: 12.30-2pm. Please display your surgery cards, which will arrive on your doorstep Saturday morning, in your window or in a prominent place where they may be seen as we pass along the street. If we see your card we will knock on your door.

New Coral Reef Waterworld

coralreef2 It is now official, we have delivered a fabulous refurbished Coral Reef Waterworld and it will open on Friday, 29 September at 10.30am. We now have five totally amazing state of the art waterslides. Something for all tastes, which is your favourite? Let us know on We Love Hanworth and Birch Hill facebook page. There are great deals to be had off peak, so keep an eye on the Coral Reef Facebook page and website for up to date information.

Entry into Coral Reef will be by pre-booked tickets only for the first 3 days, (from Friday 29 September to Sunday 1 October). Tickets will be available shortly and details of how to book will be made available via the Coral Reef Facebook page in the coming days. A peak time programme will run over all 3 days so all 5 waterslides will be in operation.

The Lexicon Bracknell is now open

Lexicon PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDRENsmallNow Bracknell is a great place to live, work, play, shop and dine out!

In our Bracknell Forest manifesto we promised a new town centre, fit for the 21st century and yesterday Bracknell Forest Council opened The Lexicon Bracknell – a new town centre to be proud of,  an amazing transformation, a place for the community to gather, to shop, have coffee and dine out – a town centre fit for the 21st century.

A town centre for future generations, Bracknell Forest Council welcomed 150 local primary school children to the official opening including representatives from our local Birch Hill, The Pines and St Margaret Clitherow primary schools.

A year of Self Care: a new focus each month

The year of self care is not just a programme, but an invitation to think about different types of self-care. Each month there will be lots of local information and events aimed at helping make positive changes. 

This month, June, we are helping carers look after their own health.

July will be all about learning and volunteering to keep our bodies and minds active.

August will be about children and families.  Check out the Bracknell Forest Summer Events Programme.

Lot of opportunities to enjoy these summer months.

New approach to home based social care to launch

Changes to the way the council provides adult social care support will mean more residents are cared for in their own homes and supported to increase their independence. As part of Bracknell Forest Council’s transformation programme, community based care for older people and people with long term conditions will be enhanced. Provided by one of five specialist agencies, care will be focused on helping individuals achieve their goals, so they can remain independent and in their own homes. Find out more here.

Teddy Bears Picnic, Jocks Lane

Pines Pre-School2  Local councillor Sandra Ingham enjoyed the 2017 Teddy Bears Picnic in her capacity as Deputy Mayor of Bracknell Town Council. She met Sandra, the Manager of our local Pines Pre-School and some of the Pre-School parents who were enjoying the shade of their canopy in the midst of such a heatwave.

Cllr Sandra Ingham


07889 573087
Cllr Gill Birch

07876 351651
Cllr Malcolm Tullett

07932 148699
Cllr Mike Gibson

01344 985265

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