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.
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Sandhurst Health Walks has been in operation since February 2014. The walks are led and organised by a group of dedicated volunteers. We endeavour to have two walk leaders on every walk to ensure our walkers are well looked-after…
Due to an increased demand for businesses asking to use the park for commercial purposes Sandhurst Town Council have reviewed their policy.
To ensure that numbers are controlled and that there is space for all park users including footballers, cricketers, dog walkers and members of the public undertaking recreational activities it is now necessary to request permission and pay a fee for using the facility.
Remembrance Sunday, one of the most important events at Sandhurst Memorial Park is on Sunday 8 November, due to the current restrictions, the Remembrance Sunday March and Service will not be held in the same way as in previous years.
In order to reduce the risk of spreading the COVID-19 virus, a small service will take place before Sunday 8 November, which will be recorded.
The recorded service will be released on Sunday 8 November onto the Sandhurst Town Council Website and Facebook page for you all to be able to watch and remember the service and sacrifice of the Armed Forces past and present.
We Stand Together. Lest We Forget.
Bracknell Forest currently remains as a tier 1 ‘medium risk’ from COVID-19 area, with the local situation being continuously reviewed by council public health experts.
The most recent data available shows the number of cases in the last seven days (up to 22 October) was 90.6 per 100,000 population in Bracknell Forest; this compares to 217.1 per 100,000 for England and …
Bracknell Forest remains tier 1 ‘medium risk’ from COVID-19