|Business Development Manager||Pareto Law||Bracknell|
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|Management Training Scheme||Pareto Law||Bracknell|
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|Commis Chef||Las Iguanas Bracknell||Bracknell|
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|Christmas Crew||The Entertainer||Bracknell|
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|Warehouse Supervisor||Benchmarx Kitchens & Joinery||Bracknell|
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What is it like in Bracknell?
The wages snatch scene in Villain (1971), a gangster film with Richard Burton, was filmed in Ellesfield Avenue on the Southern Industrial Estate outside the former Clark Eaton glass factory, with the ICL tower block (under construction at the time) visible in the background; after the robbery the gang make their getaway along Peacock Lane nearby and hijack a car at the junction with the footpath from Tarmans Copse (now Osprey Avenue on the Jennett's Park estate).
In the south of the town is South Hill Park, a mansion dating from 1760, although much rebuilt, that now houses a large arts centre. The Wilde Theatre was opened in 1984, named after Oscar Wilde who created the character 'Lady Bracknell' in his play The Importance of Being Earnest. South Hill Park has been home to a number of major music festivals over the years:
Easthampstead Park in the southern suburb of Easthampstead is now a conference centre owned by Bracknell Forest Borough Council.
Bracknell is a town and civil parish in the Borough of Bracknell Forest in Berkshire, England. It lies 11 miles (18 km) to the east of Reading, 9 miles (14 km)south of Maidenhead,10 miles (16 km) southwest of Windsor, 16 miles (26 km) northwest of Guildford and 34 miles (55 km) west of central London. The town has a population of 77,256 and is twinned with the German city of Leverkusen.
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A slightly confusing feature of some of the estates is that streets only have names, not titles – in Birch Hill, Crown Wood, Great Hollands and others there is no 'Road', 'Avenue', 'Street', just 'Frobisher', 'Jameston', 'Juniper', 'Jevington'. The residential streets are, however, named in alphabetical order in Great Hollands and Wildridings, with As, through Ds, such as Donnybrook, in Hanworth, Js, such as 'Jameston', 'Juniper' and 'Jevington' in Birch Hill.
79% of our visitors, who view over 2.4m page impressions every month, are in the desirable ABC1 socio-economic groups.
Bracknell’s Town Centre is being completely transformed into an exciting, vibrant destination for everyone to enjoy.
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Young people across the borough have delivered another set of impressive GCSE results this year.
94% of Bracknell residents can speak English. The second language being Nepalese, at 0.90%, followed by Polish at 0.70%, Tagalog/Filipino at 0.30% and French and Spanish, both at 0.30%.
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The first former post-war New Town to be comprehensively redeveloped, and one of the biggest Town Centre regenerations currently taking place in the UK, The Lexicon Bracknell will be opening in September 2017.
The centre is open throughout the year and offers skiers and snowboarders of all levels the facilities to practice and learn new skills. There is an active ski club and snowboard club at the centre where you can meet and learn skills from others with similar interests.
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Got a birthday coming up? Let us help you plan and host the party at the ski centre. With lots of space and fun activities the kids are sure to have a great time.
Some of the borough's most popular open spaces have retained their Green Flag Award.
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The oldest place of worship in the town is the parish church of St Michael and St Mary Magdalene in Easthampstead. There has been a church there since Saxon times, although the present building dates from the mid 19th century, except for the lower portions of the Tudor tower. Holy Trinity Church near the town centre was built in 1851.
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The BBC show The Wrong Mans is set almost entirely in Bracknell.
The name Bracknell is first recorded in a Winkfield Boundary Charter of AD 942 as Braccan heal, and may mean "Nook of land belonging to a man called Bracca", from the Old English Braccan (genitive singular of a personal name) + heal, healh (a corner, nook or secret place). An early form of the town's name, Brakenhale, still survives as the name of one of its schools. The town covers all of the old village of Easthampstead (though not all of the old parish) and the hamlet of Ramslade.
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The Lexicon is the next generation shopping and leisure destination in the heart of Bracknell. A vibrant mix of brands and experiences, whether you’re meeting for a relaxed dinner with family or work colleagues, or shopping with friends, this will be a place that invites conversation.
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Bracknell was designated a new town in 1949, in the aftermath of the Second World War. The site was originally a village cum small town in the civil parish of Warfield in the Easthampstead Rural District. Very little of the original Bracknell is left. The location was preferred to White Waltham, which was also considered, because the Bracknell site avoided encroaching on good quality agricultural land. It also had the additional advantage of being on a railway line.
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Bracknell Town Council is responsible for the maintenance of the majority of the recreation areas and play facilities within the Bracknell Town area of Bracknell Forest Borough.
The area has various schools including St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Brakenhale Academy, Easthampstead Park School, Garth Hill College and Ranelagh Church of England School. Bracknell and Wokingham College of further education is also based in the area.
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BRP has announced that The Lexicon will open on September 7 2017 and confirmed that Fat Face and Carphone Warehouse will join the retailer line-up.
On 4 September 2015 it was announced that the new development would be known as 'The Lexicon' 
The town of Bracknell has two railway stations, Bracknell and Martins Heron, both of which are on the Waterloo to Reading Line, built by the London and South Western Railway and now operated by South West Trains. Bracknell is a commuter centre with its residents travelling in both directions (westwards to Reading and eastwards to London Waterloo).
The town is surrounded, on the east and south, by Swinley Woods and Crowthorne Woods. The urban area has absorbed parts of many local outlying areas including Warfield, Winkfield and Binfield, and is itself, along with Binfield, a component of the Greater London Urban Area as defined by the ONS.