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Sandhurst as a



Pledge One:

Understand and Promote Respect, Responsibility and Rights of all in our Community

Pledge Two:

Encourage all in the community to respect and uphold the rights of everyone to be able to live in a safe

Pledge Three:

Recognise and fulfil our responsibility to each other and to our community town.

Welcome to our community site giving you access to all the fun and entertainment on offer in the Sandhurst area.


Free Bus Service to Watchmoor Park

No 1 Bus


Departs 9.46 am. From Longdown Road, Little Sandhurst arriving at Watchmoor Park at 10.10am

Departs 12.10 pm from
Watchmoor Park

Sandhurst and District Corps of Drums

Sandhurst Town Council wishes to acknowledge and foster a sense of community spirit in the Town and wishes to invite nominations for the ‘’Community Award’’ to be made at the Civic Service in March 2015.

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27th July - 6th August

Come along and join us for our Summer of Fun activity programme. We have lots planned and this is a fantastic opportunity for families in the Bracknell Forest area to enjoy fun activities for all ages in our parks and green spaces. Activities include; bouncy castles, Children’s Centres, petting zoo, football coaching and climbing wall or laser tag.

Come and join us for a

Starts on 27th July 2015

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The Big Clean Challenge

to ensure every residential road in Sandhurst has a clean road name sign by
September 2015

Sandhurst is a fantastic place to live, work and play where people take pride in their town and demonstrate Respect, Responsibility and Rights with their daily actions.

Many residents of Sandhurst are proud of their town and are actively involved in making it better.

The Big Clean Challenge is intended to demonstrate the combined power of thousands of proud Sandhurst residents, all taking a small action to improve the local area.

We are aiming to clean at least one road name sign on every residential road by the end of September 2015 and we would like as many people as possible to take part.


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Success! We have just completed a Butterfly walk at Sandhurst Memorial Park. The walks were organised by Colleen Pidgeon for the Walking for Health group that meets at Sandhurst Monday to Friday at 9:30am for a walk through the park and by the river.

Sue Cload from Blackwater Valley Countryside Trust led the walks and the Trust provided the butterfly kit.