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Discover and find out how to get involved with local employment and economic development schemes and events

Climate change support and advice is available on the Bracknell Forest Council website.

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A partnership across the western and southern business areas in Bracknell Forest, the BID run a number of projects improving the local area. Take a look to see if there are any projects you can get involved in or which may benefit your business!

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Travelling around the borough just got easier with the launch of the new My Journey Bracknell Forest website.

My Journey has been adopted by numerous local authorities to help residents and employees travel more actively and sustainably around the borough. The new site hosts information on walking, cycling, buses, trains, electric vehicles and community transport across the borough, as well as helpful journey planner tools.

Not only does this encourage people to take up a more active lifestyle, but it also encourages a sense of responsibility around how we can travel in a more sustainable way, both financially and environmentally.

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Mentor a student at the University of Reading, positively influencing the next generation and providing students with exposure to your industry and workplace. The University of Reading also runs internship programmes and vacancy advertising which may be of interest

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A Berkshire-specific platform signposting useful opportunities, careers advice and resources

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Eco Rewards offers rewards and incentives for schools, businesses and communities in Bracknell Forest to encourage residents and students to choose greener travel and healthy lifestyle options.

Employers can invite their staff and customers to join and reduce their carbon footprint. Collectively participants could save on fuel costs and reduce their CO2 emissions.

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Visit this website for careers information, advice and guidance. They can help you to make decisions on learning, training and work at all stages in your career

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Bracknell Forest Council are working with the Dollywood Foundation on the Imagination Library programme, which sends books to children from low-income or otherwise vulnerable families.  

The programme is seeking a new business sponsor, details of which and contact information can be found in this document.


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