In this week's Bracknell News...

Published: 6 Jun 2013 11:000 comments

BRACKNELL Forest Council's consultation for a permit parking scheme for more than 40 streets across the borough - which could see motorists paying to park outside their own homes.

Also, read about the borough's dwindling number of apprenticeship schemes, a fire in Hanworth that almost destroyed a house, and the imminent demolition of Broadway and Crossway.

All in this week's Bracknell News - out today! (Thursday) Pick up a copy for just 60p.


- New parking permit plan for roads around the the town centre

- Ascot, Bracknell and Wokingham runners undertake Race For Life in Windsor

- Apprenticeships fall while applications soar

- Closed signs put up in Broadway/Crossway

- Bracknell's Got Talent finalists - a rogue's gallery of the Top 10

- Double-page spread on the Three Counties Cycle Ride

- 10 pages of top local sport

- A special report from chief reporter Lisa Jones on learning to dive

- Property, family announcements, motors, jobs and classifed

And much, much more!


And in the Ascot and Wokingham News editions, read about the murder of Nepalese national Krishnamaya Mabo, the possibility of McDonald's coming to Wokingham and Royal Borough councillor's expenses.

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