As the country comes out of national restrictions and returns to the regional tier system, residents in BracknellForest are once again being called upon to play their part in helping to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
From December 2, the borough will be rated as tier 2 ‘high’ risk and so residents will need to follow the rules for that tier from Wednesday…
Use of the tennis courts is available from Wednesday 2nd December to MEMBERS OF SANDHURST TENNIS CLUB
To join the club please contact - Alan Bromage - 07870 179753
STC are currently unable to offer general use of the courts as we are following government guidelines and have not yet reopened the office to the public.
Please be aware that no cleansing of the equipment or area is being carried out by Sandhurst Town Council
By order of H.M. Government…
Following a review, Sandhurst Town Council has been placed in Tier 3.
The Council Offices will remain closed until further notice due to the Government restrictions. This is to help the prevention of spreading of the Covid-19 virus.
During this period you will still be able to make contact with Sandhurst Town Council by emailing email@example.com or by phoning 01252 879060.
Enquiries will be answered in due course.
16 December 2020
Due to a significant rise in the number of positive COVID-19 cases within the borough, Bracknell Forest has now been placed in tier 3 ‘very high’ risk.
Since the borough entered tier 2 just two weeks ago, the rate has risen from 87.3 per 100,000 to 222 per 100,000.
Tier 3 restrictions will come into force 00:01am on Saturday, 19 December. Now, more than ever, the residents of Bracknell Forest are being urged to play their part and adhere to the regulations to help prevent the spread of COVID-19…
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
re3 recycling centres to re-open next week on restricted basis with a booking system in place
To gain access to sites, residents will have to book a time slot using a ‘Click & Tip’ service
The re3 recycling centres on Longshot Lane, Bracknell and Smallmead Island Road, Reading will reopen on 18th May, Monday with a booking system in place. The sites have been temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
An online booking system, ‘Click and Tip’ will open at 10AM, 15th May, Friday and residents of Bracknell Forest, Reading and Wokingham Boroughs will be able to book a time slot via the webform provided on the local councils and re3 websites. Bookings will be available for slots from 8am – 6pm, Monday to Sunday, and residents can book up to 7 days in advance. Due to the limited number of booking slots available, with the sites only operating at 50% of usual capacity, residents are urged to continue to safely store waste at home and only make a booking if the trip to the recycling centres is essential.
The health of residents and staff is always the highest priority, so everyone visiting the reopened sites must follow traffic signs, staff advice and adhere to the social distancing measures that have been put in place.
Bookings will go live on 10AM, Friday and residents can make a booking via the webform: Click&Tip service.
#AskYourLibrary – we are connecting with borrowers and residents even when the libraries are closed
Every Monday librarians from Bracknell Forest Library and Information Service are live on Twitter to answer questions and give advice and help to borrowers and residents.
In a period when we are all bombarded by news, offers of free resources and suggestions about how to spend our time at home, Bracknell Forest librarians will help you navigate this incredible number of websites, platforms and proposals, to find:
Reliable sources for your search, study, work and hobbies
Free or very cheap courses that give you real value and help learning new skills or expand your knowledge
Ideas for children, from learning resources to entertainment, and the family
Book recommendations and reading ideas
How to access family search and local study resources from home, such as Ancestry and Find My Past
How to borrow e-books, e-audio books, digital magazines and newspapers.
From 3pm to 5pm, every Monday, anyone, library member or not, can tweet replying to the @bracknell_lib account, #AskYourLibrary. Outside those hours, feel free to drop us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
If your question is about your account, books renewal or charges, please send us an email.
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