Bracknell council provides services through Digital TV

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Bracknell council provides services through Digital TV

Rebecca Thomson

A new council digital TV service has made a raft of local services available via residents' remote controls.

People living in Bracknell Forest can see what is on in their local area, look for a job, check bus and train timetables, and book doctor's appointments through the new service.

As well as looking at local events and activities, residents can find out about contacts and opening times for council services, and access the Citizen's Advice Bureau.

The council says the service helps improve digital inclusion levels in the area.

Cllr Iain McCracken, executive member for corporate services, said, "We know not everyone in the borough has access to the internet, so we hope this digital TV channel will help more residents to access our services when it is convenient to them."


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