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December 2013 available to download...

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Sandhurst Town Council vision

Sandhurst will always be a great place to live, work and play.

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Sandhurst Town council will work with residents, community groups and all agencies delivering services to our residents to ensure this vision is achieved.

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Would you like to give something back and help your local neighbourhood Police Team?

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The students at Sandhurst School interview the Mayor, Councillor Dale Birch on the 3 R’s (Respect, Responsibility & Rights).

Sandhurst School interview the Mayor of Sandhurst on
Eagle Extra Radio

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Free Bus Service to Watchmoor Park

No 1 Bus


Departs 9.46 am. From Longdown Road, Little Sandhurst arriving at Watchmoor Park at 10.10am

Departs 12.10 pm from
Watchmoor Park

Appointments can be made by telephoning 01252 879060 when a representative from the

Citizens Advice Bureau is at Sandhurst Council Offices on Tuesday mornings, every other Tuesday, during term time only.

Remembrance Day 2013

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Community Award Nomination Form >>


Sandhurst Town Council wishes to acknowledge and foster a sense of community spirit in the Town and wishes to invite nominations for the ‘’Community Award’’ to be made at the Civic Service in March 2015.

Give us your views on improving the borough’s health

Bracknell Forest residents are invited to have their say on health and wellbeing issues in the borough to help shape the health and wellbeing board's priorities over the next three years.

The Bracknell Forest Health and Wellbeing Board is the borough's new health and social care decision making body. It is a partnership between Bracknell Forest Council, the Bracknell Forest and Ascot Clinical Commissioning Group and the recently operational Healthwatch Bracknell Forest organisation.

The board wants to hear the views of local people on a range of topics aimed at improving health and wellbeing outcomes for local people over the next three years.

Over the coming months, residents, patients, staff, volunteers, organisations and community groups involved in health and social care are asked to share their views and ideas to inform the ongoing development of the borough’s health and wellbeing strategy. This statutory document sets out health improvement priorities so that everybody can work together towards improved health and wellbeing of the people in Bracknell Forest.

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Up to £7,600 back if you install
home improvements

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35 hours per week, Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm

(plus acting as Clerk to evening meetings which is in addition to the hours above and included in salary.).


£28,000 - £31,000 pa

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