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Shiva Foundation and Stop the Traffik webinars to address modern slavery risk to SMEs

Shiva Foundation and STOP THE TRAFFIK will be running a series of webinars for small and medium sized enterprises to help them address modern slavery ...

Employment of young people – advice to businesses

April is Child Employment month and Bracknell Forest Council Child Employment Team is taking part in a campaign to raise awareness of the employment of ...

Bracknell Forest Council A3095 Highway Improvement Scheme – Information for businesses

Due to the A3095 Highway Improvement Scheme there are scheduled road closures which may affect businesses in the BID area, please see the following for ...

Deadline nearing for a number of Business Support Grants

Various grant schemes which have been available under the various lockdowns and tier system are due to close to new applications from Wednesday 31st March. ...

£20 million SME Brexit Support Fund opens for applications

Smaller businesses can now apply for grants of up to £2,000 to help them adapt to new customs and tax rules when trading with the ...

Ban on commercial evictions extended to 30 June to ensure businesses are supported as they re-open

Business owners – many of whom have had to cease trading entirely during lockdown – are being given extra support after the government extended the ...

Information about A3095 Highway Improvements from Bracknell Forest Council

Bracknell Forest Council have released information to all businesses in the Western and Southern Business areas regarding upcoming work on the A3095 Crowthorne Road highway ...

Protect yourself from scams

Stay vigilant about scams, which may mimic government messages as a way of appearing authentic. Search 'scams' on GOV.UK for information on how to recognise genuine HMRC ...

The Lexicon community art project – There will be brighter days!

The Lexicon has announced a new community art project in Princess Square to recognise that while the last year has been difficult for us all… ...
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