What's On 2021

  

Shops and facilities are opening up at the Lexicon, Bracknell, with additional cleaning, on April 12th.

From Monday, April 12th 2021, in line with Government guidelines, all retailers within The Lexicon, will be reopening their doors for the first time in many months.

The Lexicon is ready for the anticipated increase in shoppers, with an enhanced cleaning programme, including fogging, re-stocked hand sanitisers and signage to assist visitors to keep their distance from other shoppers and safely navigate the town centre.

And, to brighten-up everyone’s visit, shoppers can enjoy the new look rainbow steps in Bond Square, check out the fashion pod on Braccan Walk and of course, the Brighter Days Handprint Tree in Princess Square, packed full of hundreds of colourful designs created by the local community.

The Lexicon’s core opening hours are Monday – Saturday, 9am – 6pm and Sunday, 11am – 5pm but customers should also check opening hours with individual retailers and restaurants before travelling.  All al fresco dining at restaurants must be booked in advance.                           

Town centre facilities including toilets, and the Changing Places facility will also be open during these hours, with social distancing measures and increased cleaning being carried out. 

Read more: Shops & Facilities Opening up at the Lexicon | April 12th

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Coaching for all colts is provided by outside coaches. Coaching by Kevin Pieterson Global Academy Ltd.  For further details please visit the RACC website www.royalascotcc.co.uk or contact . Club Chairman Mark  on 07717 718506 

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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.

 

 

Update on move of Ascot Medical Centre and Green Meadows Surgery to Brook House, Heatherwood Hospital - East Berkshire Clinical Commissioning Group (eastberkshireccg.nhs.uk)

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Up to date information can be found on each Practice website:   Latest News : Ascot Medical Centre      Brook House.pdf (greenmeadowssurgery.co.uk)

Ascot Medical Centre and Green Meadows Surgery will both be moving to a modern, fully refurbished building located at the Heatherwood Hospital site, called Brook House in Spring 2021.

The new premises at Brook House, Heatherwood Hospital, forms part of the wider Ascot Plan which is to modernise primary and community care for local residents over the coming years and continue to improve on the health outcomes for local people.

Dr Andrew Fanning, Senior Partner at Green Meadows Surgery, said: “Whilst many projects may have been impacted by Covid-19, we are really pleased to share that we have been able to safely progress with the construction.

“We are very much looking forward to the move to the new premises expected be in Spring 2021.

We will continue to keep our website up to date on the date for when we will start to provide our services from the new site.”

Dr Edward Williams, Senior Partner at Ascot Medical Centre, said: “I would like to reassure patients that the two practices are not merging. We are co-locating and will be based at the same premises Brook House on the Heatherwood Hospital site.  However, both practices anticipate closer working arrangements to benefit the population of Ascot through sharing skills and a range of services.

 “Co-locating the two practices will enable multiple professional teams to work together resulting in better outcomes for our patients. It is essential to reducing patients’ admission to hospital, improving care co-ordination, providing care closer to patients, and increasing self-management with patients and carers.

It would not be possible to provide this kind of integrated care in the current Ascot primary care premises.”

Ascot Medical Centre is currently based in the acute hospital site at Heatherwood which is being completely redeveloped by Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust (FHFT), and Green Meadows surgery is situated in Winkfield Road, Ascot. Both are not sustainable to meet future needs of integrated primary care.

The new facilities within the premise will ensure treatment and consultation rooms are suitable for all patients and meet criteria outlined in HBNs (Health Building Notes) DD (Disability Discrimination Act), which is a requirement for all new build primary care premises.

Both practices have issued an FAQ update for patients on their websites. For more information, visit Ascot Medical Centre or Green Meadows Surgery

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Ascot Medical Centre & Green Meadows Move to New Building

    

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 Census 2021This week, census field staff will be following up on questionnaires that have not been returned despite reminders being sent.  Census field staff will also carry out follow-up activity targeting areas where high numbers of households have not returned their questionnaires. 

Census support centres are available to answer any questions you might have about the census. They can help you fill it in online or on paper and will be able to discuss other ways to support you too. The free-to-call support centre for England is 0800 141 2021.

For more information visit the official census website

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Next Lecture: From Downton to Gatsby : jewellery and fashion, 1890-1929 with Andrew Prince, on Thursday 15th  April 2021

For Downton Abbey, Andrew produced many jewels for the main characters. This talk is based on Downton and the changing styles of the time portrayed. We will explore this period when the great fashion houses collaborated with the finest of jewellers to produce works of art of outstanding quality and glittering opulence.

For the time being, the Society will be holding lectures as a zoom webinar.  A link to join the lecture will be sent to members about 48 hours beforehand.

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Read more: Windlebrook Arts Society | Windlesham | On Zoom | April 15th

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 Classic Cars Auction | Ascot Racecourse | April 17th, 

With a decade of experience, Historics auction house is now firmly established for the sale and purchase of the finest historic, classic and sports cars and motoring memorabilia.

Historics independent auctioneers brings together a wealth of specialist motoring experience and with the endorsement from the Brooklands Museum Trust Ltd, aims to preserve and extend the tradition of some of motoring's most prestigious names.

Besides an interest in renowned marques such as Bentley, Ferrari, Aston Martin, Mercedes-Benz, Rolls-Royce, Porsche and Jaguar, Historics will welcome the opportunity to offer advice, expertise and enthusiasm to anyone looking to buy or sell any classic car at auction.