Whats On 2020



Frimley NHS Health and Care, has so far administered more than 100,000 doses of the vaccine across our region - more than 84% of 75 to 79-year-olds, and more than 91% of over-80s have been vaccinated so far.

Read more: Over 70? Waiting for 1st Vaccination?



A new rapid testing site is now at New Priestwood Community Centre. This is in addition to the sites operating at Sandhurst Memorial Hall; Great Hollands Pavilion, Bracknell; Brownlow Hall, Warfield; and the Morgan Centre, Crowthorne. 

The testing is for people who have to leave home for work, volunteering or a crucial activity such as caring for a vulnerable person or providing childcare as part of a childcare support bubble. You can find more information about this new testing site on our website.

Appointments can be booked via the Rapid Testing page on the Bracknell Forest Council website or by phoning 01344 352000.



We meet on the morning of the first Tuesday of the month to enjoy a lecture on one of a thousand subjects within the Arts.  Actual face to face lectures are being replaced with live Zoom Webinar meetings until further notice.    It’s all there on the website – www.theartssocietyascot.org.uk  - plus anything else you’d like to know about our group.  We’d love you to join us.  Or try a free taster visit to the next lecture meeting?  Please talk to our membership secretary Alice, at alicedelima@yahoo.com   or  ‘contact us’ through the above website. 

Next Lecture Meeting | Tuesday 2nd March 2021 |  "First, Catch a Squirrel..." Historical Materials and Techniques of Painting 15th - 18th Century

Dr Chantal Brotherton-Ratcliffe MA PhD

Read more: The Arts Society Ascot | Painting Techniques 15th to 18th Century | March 2nd





Cumberland Lodge will hold a free webinar on Wednesday March 3rd at 11am and everyone’s welcome. The topic is Women’s Pandemic Perspectives, with three great guest speakers, live polls and Q&A. All the details can be found here:  https://www.cumberlandlodge.ac.uk/whats-on/dialogue-debate-womens-pandemic-perspectives

Read more: Cumberland Lodge | Free Webinar | Women's Pandemic Perspectives | March 3rd

Fresh Fish From Grimsby Delivered To Your Door  and Wednesdays also in front of Highclere Hotel, 19, Kings Road, Sunninghill SL5 9AD (opposite Sunninghill main Post Office, Wednesdays 12.30 - 2.30pm).    Call Mark on 07739 618525.

Read more: Grimsby Fish Van | Kings Road | Sunninghill | Wednesdays


Beware of roadworks on the approach to the Heatherwood roundabout in Ascot!

Work is about to start on altering the road and roundabout layout as part of the new Heatherwood Hospital development. This will involve work to the main, large roundabout on the High Street by contracting firm, J McCann. The changes will result in an increase from two to three lanes with dedicated filter lanes, which should assist in traffic flow and allow better access to the new developments on the Heatherwood Hospital site. There will also be new street lighting, signage and pedestrian access, including upgraded pedestrian crossing areas. 

The first phase of work started on Monday 1st February, by J McCann will involve utility upgrades and will result in the closure of one lane for about 30 metres running up to the roundabout on the High Street. This should keep traffic disruption to a minimum. The next phase, starting at the end of March, will mean full lane closure until early August. More information will be provied about this as work progresses.

The works have been planned and phased to have the lowest impact on the travelling public, noise levels and the environment. Throughout the project, it is intended to keep traffic flowing, have minimum lane closures and keep any diversions in place for the shortest time possible to safely conduct the works.”

St. George's Ascot: NEXT VIRTUAL OPEN  MORNING  to be held on Friday, 5th March 2021, from 9am .

To inquire about attending the next VIRTUAL Open Morning, please contact Admissions.



Read more: St.George's Ascot | Virtual Open Morning | Friday March 5th 2021