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Citizens Advice Bracknell & District have a new free local Adviceline number.

The Free Local Adviceline number is: 0808 278 7914

Adviceline national number:
0800 144 8848

Notice of Annual Return


The Land Drainage Act 1991 requires that a watercourse be maintained by its owner in such a condition that the free flow of water is not impeded…

Riparian Responsibilities

For full information on legislation and who is responsible click on the link below…

Riparian Responsibilities - Who is responsible?

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…

More information

Supporting you to get active and stay active

A new way to get advice >>.

Business use of the park

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.

Business use of the park - Request Form

Policy for Business use of Open Space

We will remember them...

Remembrance Service



Summer 2021
available to download...

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…who have been sent text messages claiming to be from the NHS, offering them the opportunity to sign up for coronavirus vaccinations. The texts ask the recipient to click on a link which takes them to an online form where they are prompted to input personal and financial details. In some cases the online form has looked very similar to the real NHS website…

As of 7 January 2021, Action Fraud had received 57 reports from members of the public …

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A new website has been created to encourage young people to report crime. Please check out the website at: https://www.fearless.org

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10th February 2021

From: Hazel Hill, BFC Sustainable Energy Officer.

I am aware there are several companies operating in Bracknell Forest area, including Crowthorne and Sandhurst offering free cavity wall and loft works.

They may be claiming they work for Bracknell Forest or are operating under a contract with us,
this is not the case. In these difficult times door knocking is not acceptable…

Door Knockers - Loft & Wall Insulation

Heath Week

Sat 24 July - Fri 30 July

Join the Thames Basin Heaths Partnership

to celebrate a precious wilderness that’s home to rare silver-studded blue and grayling butterflies, a dazzling collection of dragonflies and all six species of native reptiles. Discover a world of nocturnal birds, carnivorous plants, super-fast beetles and so much more....


To mark the start of Armed Forces Day celebrations, a ceremonial flag raising took place on Thursday, 24 June.

Armed Forces Day is the annual national campaign that gives everyone the opportunity to show their support for the armed forces, both past and present, including currently serving troops, service families, reservists, veterans and cadets.

The flag raising ceremony was held at Sandhurst Memorial Park, where distinguished guests and armed forces personnel were invited to attend the event organised by Sandhurst Town Council on behalf of Bracknell Forest Council.

Speeches were given by Cllr Ash Merry, Mayor of the borough of Bracknell Forest; Cllr Paul Bettison OBE, Leader of Bracknell Forest Council and Armed Forces Champion; and Lt. Col. Sam Hull, Station Commander, Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.


23 July 2021

2 Vacancy opportunities have arisen at
Sandhurst Town Council…


Salary: £16,310 pa - 35 hours per week. Mon to Fri, 9am - 5pm


Salary: £9.50 per hour - Standard week a minimum of 10 hours, across three evenings and weekends

For more information on these vacancies click here



17 August 2021

Notice is hereby given that Bracknell Forest Council intends - not less than seven days from the date of this Notice - to make an Order in accordance with Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the effect of which will be to prohibit any person from proceeding in any direction along Sandhurst Footpath 24 from its junction with the track 280m north from where FP24 enters Wildmoor Heath (grid ref SU843 624) and a point 230m south of the overhead powerlines (grid ref SU845 627). Both points are within Wildmoor Heath. The closed section of FP24 will be 380m in length…

More information and map - click here


Central Sandhurst Ward

A vacancy for a Town Councillor has arisen in the above ward of the Town Council following the resignation of Councillor Nicola York…

For the full notice click here

26 August 2021