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30th Anniversary Pin Badge unveiled

posted by john slater

The Bracknell Bees are pleased to unveil a commemorative 30th Anniversary Pin Badge depicting the specially designed logo.

Numbers are limited so make sure that you pop along to the Supporters Club shop or merchandise table on match nights to secure yours – priced at £3.50 each.

Also last week one of our lovely fans suggested that we do a commemorative set of badges - the 20th badge, the 25th badge and the 30th badge.    We took this on board and during this week have created little gift sets which include all 3 badges.

These will be on sale from the Bees Shop also for £10.

We are grateful of suggestions you may have, please let one of the BBSC know or email usbeessc@gmail.com.


Bees v Fire (24th Sept) Match night info

posted by john slater



We look forward to welcoming you all to The Hive this coming Sunday for the Bracknell Bees 2017-18 second regular season home game versus the Cardiff Fire.


To keep you all up to date and help you enjoy the evening below is all of the information & highlights that you need to know!

Season Ticket Collections
Season tickets, for those that have purchased, will all be available for collection pre-game, only available until face-off at 6pm.   Please see Carol Miller (located in the hospitality suite upstairs) to collect.

Chow down on some top BBQ food pre-match!
Remember that our sponsors Blues Smokehouse is only two miles from the The Hive so why not visit them before the game!  Check out their extensive menu of cracking food with a great atmosphere – a real favourite with Bees fans and player alike!  Visit their website www.bluessmokehouse.co.uk for more on their menu

If you visit Blues pre-game remember to wear your Bees or Fire jersey with pride as it will entitle you to a Free Match Day Starter Platter (featuring Gator Eggs, Cheesy Poppers, Kickin’ Wings & Jalapeno Torpedos)!

Tonight’s Match Sponsor
We welcome Maidenhead Aquatics, a long time sponsor of the club again this season, as match night sponsor for this Sundays home game!  The club would like to thank them for their sponsorship this season.

Face Off Time
We are all set for a 6pm face off with doors opening at 5pm.   Please ensure you arrive in plenty of time and are in your seat for the pre-game build-up!

Bracknell Ice Hockey Club (BIHC) Junior game
Before the Bees home regluar season opener vs the Cardiff Fire on Sunday the U15's Bracknell Hummers will be in action at The Hive taking on Chelmsford U15's at 3.25pm.   Why not pop along early and cheer them on before the Bees match!

Tickets prices
Adult ticket (over 21yrs old) – £12.50
Concession ticket (over 60’s) – £9
Disabled Supporters ticket (including a FREE helper ticket) – £9
Young Adults (aged 17-21) and Students (with a valid NUS card) – £9
Junior (5yrs – 17yrs) – £5
Junior (under 5yrs) – FREE
Family ticket also available – visit www.bracknellbeesihc.com/tickets for full details.

Match Night Masots
For this game we have Isabell Bennett joining us from the Bracknell Ice Hockey Club (BIHC) as the match night mascot.

2017-18 Replica Jerseys
The Bracknell Bees are happy to announce that Bees 2017-18 replica jerseys will be available to purchase from the Supporters Club merchandise table (in the foyer) and also from their shop (opposite the bar at the back of block 5) on match nights, starting at this Sundays regular season home opener versus the Basingstoke Bison (6pm faceoff).

The initial batch of jerseys, both home and away, will be available in a range of sizes and will be priced at £47.50 (£42.75 for season ticket holders) each for adult sizes and £37.50  (£33.75 for season ticket holders) each for junior sizes.

Make sure you pop along to pick up your jersey as they are sure to be popular and sell fast!

50/50 Cash Prize Draw
Make sure that you see one of our ticket sellers around the rink and bar to purchase your ticket, priced at £1 each – YOU NEED TO BEE IN IT TO WIN IT!   For each ticket purchased 50% goes to the prize fund and 50% goes straight into the club for further investment and support of the team so the more tickets you buy the bigger the prize!

50/50 Raffle ticket sellers can be found in the foyer, in the Bees Knees Bar and walking around the rink.   You can also purchase tickets at the Bracknell Bees Supporters Club merchandise desk.

Shirt Off A Players Back
The ever popular Shirt Off A Players Back raffle returns this week and this week you have the chance to win popular forward James Galazzi’s shirt, straight from his back and the end of the game.   The lucky winner will be presented the shirt on-ice post-game and have their photo taken as the shirt is handed over.

Shirt Off A Back can be found in the foyer, in the Bees Knees Bar and walking around the rink.   You can also purchase tickets at the Bracknell Bees Supporters Club merchandise desk.

Blues Smokehouse Sponsored Chuck-a-Puck and Chuck-a-Duck
The Bracknell Bees Chuck-a-Puck and Chuck-a-Duck weekly events will now be sponsored by Blues Smokehouse and they will include prizes from Blues in the prize package for the winners of each event at Bees home games so don’t forget to purchase yours, priced at £1 each, to take part in the second period interval fun with a chance to win!

The Bracknell Bees Official Match Night programme – The Buzz!
The Bees official match night programme, compiled and edited for us by our media partners Usual Suspects Media, will be available still priced at £2.50 and packed with match reports, interesting articles, team information etc…– pick up your copy from the Bracknell Bees Supporters Club merchandise desk

Post-game signing table
The post-game player signing table returns this week so why not bring those jerseys, programmes etc.. along and get them signed.   This is a weekly event so please check our social media and programme each week to see who will be manning the signing table after each game.

On the signing table, downstairs under block 4, Sunday post-game will be James Galazzi, Alex Mettam & Tom Avery!

Weekend Preview - Week 3

posted 21 Sep 2017, 12:35 by john slater



The third weekend of regular season action for the Bracknell Bees sees them with a day off on Saturday before returning to The Hive on Sunday for their only game of the weekend. 

A tough weekend last time out saw the Bees lose out narrowly in both games over the weekend, first on the road away to the Peterborough Phantoms and then at home to their local rivals the Basingstoke Bison. 

This Sunday at The Hive the Bees will be facing the Cardiff Fire for the first time ever.   The Welsh side having formed in 2015-16 and entering their fourth season as back to back NIHL2 South West Champions are in their first season in the NIHL1 South the Fire also lost both of their opening weekend matches. 

A 1-4 defeat on home ice on Saturday against the Invicta Dynamos before a heavy 9-2 road loss to Streatham IHC on Sunday.   Before heading to The Hive this Sunday the Fire also welcome the Milton Keynes Thunder to Wales on Saturday.

The Bees will be looking to get back to winning ways on Sunday but the Fire will prove a tough opposition blending youth and experience well and with two familiar faces to Bees fans in the shape of Nicky Chinn and Brad Watchorn.

We hope to see a good home support from the Bees fans and look forward to welcoming the Fire fans to The Hive for the first time, with that in mind we have some key points for new visiting fans to please note for Bees games:

  • There is an “away” section in Block 2 downstairs where away fans tend to congregate and sit together however you are welcome to purchase tickets through the rink reception on the match night or by calling 01344 789000 for seats in the upper balcony area.   You will need to specify at the time of purchase.
  • Most of the balcony blocks have a large amount of season ticket seats within them that are already reserved so please be aware of this when taking your seat, if you are sitting in a season ticket holder seat without the ticket for that seat you will be asked to move to the correct seat.
  • It should be noted too, that due to the license held by the rink, that although alcohol is sold in The Bees Knees bar it can only be taken out to the seated balcony area and is not permitted downstairs within the rink at all.
  • The rink is also a no smoking building so you will need to leave by the front door during period breaks if you wish to smoke and you will need your ticket to regain entry. 
  • The other general rink rules such as no flash photography, waiting for a break in play before moving around the rink, no foul or abusive language etc… are, as with all rinks, also in place.
  • Our Supporters Club run a merchandise stall in the main foyer and upstairs at the back of Block 5 (opposite the bar) there is also the Supporters Club shop.   Merchandise, programmes, 50/50 tickets etc.. are all available at these two locations on a match night.

Match report: Bracknell Bees 1 - 2 Basingstoke Bison

posted 18 Sep 2017, 13:25 by john slater

Sunday evening at The Hive and there was a buzz of anticipation as fierce local rivals Basingstoke Bison had come to town. Another bumper crowd, joined by the local mayor and her consort, were in Bracknell to see a tightly fought affair where it was all about the goal tending.

In between the pipes for the Bees was Alex Mettam, where as for the visitors it was one-time Bees nettie, Dean Skinns.


The first period was very tight with both teams keen not to give anything away. Some silly penalties from the Bees left them short handed several times early on but their defence held firm and with Alex Mettam as the last line of defence, succeeded in keeping the Bison out. Fan favourite defenceman Jan Bendik was a big part of the Bees top defensive work with some big hits and great diving stick checks across the blue line. The Bees did have one fantastic chance towards the end of the period with Shaun Thompson picking up a giveaway from a Bison player and a strong slap shot was well saved by Skinns who was in great position.

The second period was initially dominated by the Bees. Spurred on by some great vocal support they put Skinns to work early on with both Tetlow and Thompson coming close. At the other end of the ice Alex Mettam was not to be outdone, several times flashing the leather and pulling out saves from nowhere. After yet another big save from Skinns, Bees forward Callum Best was gifted a golden opportunity but chipped the puck over the bar.  Some great defensive work by Josh Tetlow saved yet another great chance for the visitors as the Bees 6"6" defenceman was able to reach and poke the puck away. 

Two of the Bees new forwards combined well to produce another great chance as some good work by Steve Osman set up Jared Lane who unfortunately was only able to find the post.

In the 38th minute it was the Bison who broke the deadlock with a giveaway that fell to former Bee forward Jaroslav Cesky who made no mistake in slotting the puck hard and low beating Mettam bottom left of the net.

The final period continued in the same manner as the first two with both goalies putting on a clinic. It was Dan Scott who had the best early chance bringing out yet another huge save by Mettam. After some sustained Bracknell attack, the Bees were unable to stop import forward Tomas Karpov from making it 2-0 after almost 50 minutes. 3 minutes later the Bees were finally able to beat Skinns in the Bison net as Thompson shot from a narrow angle after some dogged work from Osman and Bakrlik.


2-1 it ended in what the stats show was a close game between two well matched teams.


Man of the match awards went to Alex Mettam in the Bees net and to his opposite number Dean Skinns in the Bison net.

Match stats
Period scores: 0-0; 0-1; 1-1
Bees Scorers: Thompson 1+0; Bakrlik & Osman 0+1
Bison scorers: Cesky & Karpov 1+0; Brooks 0+1
Bees PIMS: 14 (Spearing 8; Bendik, Bakrlik & Bench 2)
Bison PIMS: 14 (Reynolds 6; Baird, Sutton, Cesky & Karpov 2)
Shots on Bees (Mettam): 26 (11, 7, 8)
Shots on Bison (Skinns): 27 (9. 9. 9)

Match report: Peterborough Phantoms 4 - 2 Bracknell Bees

posted 18 Sep 2017, 13:09 by john slater

Saturday the 16th September saw the Bees head up north to take on the ever tricky Peterborough Phantoms. Hot off the back of their win in Milton Keynes the weekend previous, Scott Spearing's Bees were keen to keep the momentum going.

Last season it was Phantoms netminder Janis Auzins who was always one of the key differences in the way of a win, but now with new NIHL rules, import netminders appear to be a thing of the past and former back-up Adam Long is now first choice up in Peterborough while for this game, the Bees went with Alex Mettam.

Despite a small home crowd, the Peterborough drummers were out in full force and determined to make the night as noisy and intimidating as possible. The Bees are no strangers to adversity or pressure and as the game started put Long to work after a few quick face off wins. But it was the home team who had some of the better chances, however Bees nettie Mettam was equal to them, pulling off a couple of impressive saves.

Peterborough and local lad James White, got the opening goal of the night as the Bees were on the attack and left themselves open at the back. With star defence-man Jan Bendik off the ice with skate issues, the Phantoms took full advantage and were able to make it 2-0 in a 30 seconds period through Lithuanian international Darius Pliskauskas. Bracknell regained their composure and were able to see out a scrappy first period without giving up any further goals.

The Bees started the second period much sharper and right at the end of a penalty kill, with Peterborough on the attack, it was they who left space at the back. Shaun Thompson received the puck, sped down the ice only to see his shot saved by Long. The resulting rebound was then struck off the post by Thompson, who then gathered the puck, went behind the goal and centred for Spearing to finish and make the score 2-1.

The game saw a nasty accident as Bees forward Alex Barker took a Bendik slapshot directly to the head. Fortunately he made his own way back to the bench but looked very unsure on his skates and he would play no further part in the evening. Again the period got a little scrappy but with both teams getting in some big hits on each other. Callum Best had a great chance to level the score, again with a breakaway, but was unable to find the 5-hole on Long.

The first 3 minutes of the final period were the undoing of the Bees as they allowed two goals in just over a minute. The first was highly contentious, as a scramble around the net after Mettam had made a save seemed to then get bundled in over the line. After much remonstrating by the Bees the officials were in no doubt and gave the goal. Pliskauskas got his second as yet again the Bees were left short at the back, this time Josh Tetlow unable to cover both attacking forwards.

It wasn't until the 50th minute that Bracknell saw their first power-play, however it wasn't until they were yet again on the power-play in the 57th minute that they were actually able to do something with the man advantage. A shot by Bakrlik was partially blocked and in one swift move, Josh Tetlow picked up the puck turned and hit a beauty of a shot in the top left corner of the goal.

Unfortunately for the Bees that was the last action of the game as the home team managed to see out a 4-2 win.

Man of the match awards went to Shaun Thompson for the Bees and to Adam Long for the Phantoms.

Match stats
Period scores: 2-0, 0-1, 2-1
Phantoms Scorers: Pliskauskas 2+0; White 1+1; Weldon 1+0; Norton, Jamieson, Knaggs, Long, Billing, Griffiths & Salem 0+1
Bees scorers: Tetlow & Spearing 1+0; Thompson 0+2; Bakrlik 0+1
Phantoms PIMS: 8 (Robson, Pliskauskas, Knaggs & J.Ferrara 2)
Bees PIMS: 12 (Galazzi, Thompson, Spearing, Barker, Bakrlik & Martin 2)
Shots on Phantoms (Long): 42 (14, 15, 13)
Shots on Bees (Mettam & Empty net): 39 (18, 10, 11) & (0, 0, 0)

Supporters Club Digital Race Night - Thurs 2nd Nov

posted 17 Sep 2017, 03:11 by john slater   [ updated 17 Sep 2017, 03:14 ]

The Bracknell Bees Supporters Club are delighted to announce the details of their first social event of the season.

On Thursday 2nd November (30 years since the Bracknell Bees first ever game) the Supporters Club will be celebrating this historic day in Honies Restaurant at The Hive.

The evening will be celebrated with a digital race night hosted by our friends at Please Entertain me (check them out on Facebook HERE).  

Last season’s digital race night was a huge success and we are glad to be holding the fantastically fun event again.

The evening will start at 7pm with the first race getting underway at 7.30pm so please make sure you arrive in plenty of time.   Members of the Bees squad will again be in attendance so it’s also a great opportunity to meet and mingle with the player.

Remember to bring your loose change to get involved and have a little flutter on the horses?  Pick your favourite name, colour or even number and see if you get lucky.

Why not pop along and join in the fun?    Everyone welcome and let’s try and pack the place out, bring along your family and friends

So how does it work I hear you ask – well it’s relatively simple.

The betting tote system works by collecting in all of the wagers before the race, a percentage of the income is retained for the club and the remainder is divided between the winning betting tote tickets on that race.

Once all of the wagers have been placed the betting tote is closed.  The race film is then shown, complete with commentary and you cheer on your horse!  Winners then receive their cash prizes before moving on the next race.

Entry prices are £7 for general admission or £5 for Bees Season ticket holders, this is inclusive of nibbles that will be provided on the night.

Tickets are available from tonight’s home regular season opener vs Basingstoke Bison from the Supporters Club shop & merchandise table.

The will also be the usual fun raffle held during the mid-race break, £1 a ticket with some great prizes up for grabs!   If anyone would like to donate prizes for the raffle then please contact the Supporters Club at beessc@gogglemail.com

Hope to see you all there for a fun filled evening.

Bees v Bison (17th Sept) Match night info

posted 16 Sep 2017, 00:13 by john slater


We look forward to welcoming you all to The Hive this coming Sunday for the Bracknell Bees 2017-18 home regular season opener versus their local M3 rivals the Basingstoke Bison.


To keep you all up to date and help you enjoy the evening below is all of the information & highlights that you need to know!

Season Ticket Collections
Season tickets, for those that have purchased, will all be available for collection pre-game, only available until face-off at 6pm.   Please see Yvonne or John Slater (located in the hospitality suite upstairs) to collect - please see here for full details and further dates when they will be available for collection HERE

Chow down on some top BBQ food pre-match!
Remember that our sponsors Blues Smokehouse is only two miles from the The Hive so why not visit them before the game!  Check out their extensive menu of cracking food with a great atmosphere – a real favourite with Bees fans and player alike!  Visit their website www.bluessmokehouse.co.uk for more on their menu

If you visit Blues pre-game remember to wear your Bees or Bison jersey with pride as it will entitle you to a Free Match Day Starter Platter (featuring Gator Eggs, Cheesy Poppers, Kickin’ Wings & Jalapeno Torpedos)!

Tonight’s Match Sponsor
We welcome Richard Dobney Consulting, a new sponsor of the club this season, as match night sponsor for this Sundays home game!  The club would like to thank them for their sponsorship this season.

Face Off Time
We are all set for a 6pm face off with doors opening at 5pm.   Please ensure you arrive in plenty of time and are in your seat for the pre-game build-up!

Honoured Guest
The Bracknell Bees are delighted to be welcoming to Sunday's regular season home opener, against our local rivals the Basingstoke Bison, The Worshipful the Mayor and Mayor’s Consort of the Borough of Bracknell Forest Councillor Mrs Tina McKenzie-Boyle and Bruce McKenzie-Boyle.

Bracknell Ice Hockey Club (BIHC) Junior game
Before the Bees home regluar season opener vs the Basingstoke Bison on Sunday the U15's Bracknell Hummers will be in action at The Hive taking on Slough U15's at 3.25pm.   Why not pop along early and cheer them on before the Bees match!

Tickets prices
Adult ticket (over 21yrs old) – £12.50
Concession ticket (over 60’s) – £9
Disabled Supporters ticket (including a FREE helper ticket) – £9
Young Adults (aged 17-21) and Students (with a valid NUS card) – £9
Junior (5yrs – 17yrs) – £5
Junior (under 5yrs) – FREE
Family ticket also available – visit www.bracknellbeesihc.com/tickets for full details.

Match Night Masots
For this game we have Nate & Charlie Gaskin joining us from the Bracknell Ice Hockey Club (BIHC) as the match night mascots.

1st Period Break entertainment
In the first period break this evening we are pleased to be joined by the Bracknell Under 9’s BuzzBees who will be having a scrimmage for part of the first period break.  They will also be back on the ice during the second period as part of the Blues Smokehouse sponsored Chuck-A-Puck and Chuck-A-Duck competitions.

The BuzzBees are the youngest organised age group within the Bracknell Ice Hockey Club (BIHC), with the exception of the Learn to Play sessions, and they are led by Head Coach Rob Lamey who is a twenty year veteran of ice hockey and represented the Bracknell Bees, as Captain, for three seasons between 2011-14.  

2017-18 Replica Jerseys
The Bracknell Bees are happy to announce that Bees 2017-18 replica jerseys will be available to purchase from the Supporters Club merchandise table (in the foyer) and also from their shop (opposite the bar at the back of block 5) on match nights, starting at this Sundays regular season home opener versus the Basingstoke Bison (6pm faceoff).

The initial batch of jerseys, both home and away, will be available in a range of sizes and will be priced at £47.50 (£42.75 for season ticket holders) each for adult sizes and £37.50  (£33.75 for season ticket holders) each for junior sizes.

Make sure you pop along to pick up your jersey as they are sure to be popular and sell fast!

50/50 Cash Prize Draw
Make sure that you see one of our ticket sellers around the rink and bar to purchase your ticket, priced at £1 each – YOU NEED TO BEE IN IT TO WIN IT!   For each ticket purchased 50% goes to the prize fund and 50% goes straight into the club for further investment and support of the team so the more tickets you buy the bigger the prize!

50/50 Raffle ticket sellers can be found in the foyer, in the Bees Knees Bar and walking around the rink.   You can also purchase tickets at the Bracknell Bees Supporters Club merchandise desk.

Shirt Off A Players Back
The ever popular Shirt Off A Players Back raffle returns this week and this week you have the chance to win popular forward Shaun Thompson’s shirt, straight from his back and the end of the game.   The lucky winner will be presented the shirt on-ice post-game and have their photo taken as the shirt is handed over.

Shirt Off A Back can be found in the foyer, in the Bees Knees Bar and walking around the rink.   You can also purchase tickets at the Bracknell Bees Supporters Club merchandise desk.

Blues Smokehouse Sponsored Chuck-a-Puck and Chuck-a-Duck
The Bracknell Bees Chuck-a-Puck and Chuck-a-Duck weekly events will now be sponsored by Blues Smokehouse and they will include prizes from Blues in the prize package for the winners of each event at Bees home games so don’t forget to purchase yours, priced at £1 each, to take part in the second period interval fun with a chance to win!

The Bracknell Bees Official Match Night programme – The Buzz!
The Bees official match night programme, compiled and edited for us by our media partners Usual Suspects Media, will be available still priced at £2.50 and packed with match reports, interesting articles, team information etc…– pick up your copy from the Bracknell Bees Supporters Club merchandise desk

Post-game signing table
The post-game player signing table returns this week so why not bring those jerseys, programmes etc.. along and get them signed.   This is a weekly event so please check our social media and programme each week to see who will be manning the signing table after each game.

On the signing table, downstairs under block 4, Sunday post-game will be Shaun Thompson, Jan Bendik & Josh Martin!

Bracknell Bees 2017-18 replica jerseys

posted 15 Sep 2017, 08:04 by john slater


The Bracknell Bees are happy to announce that Bees 2017-18 replica jerseys will be available to purchase from the Supporters Club merchandise table (in the foyer) and also from their shop (opposite the bar at the back of block 5) on match nights, starting at this Sundays regular season home opener versus the Basingstoke Bison (6pm faceoff).

The initial batch of jerseys, both home and away, will be available in a range of sizes and will be priced at £47.50 (£42.75 for season ticket holders) each for adult sizes and £37.50  (£33.75 for season ticket holders) each for junior sizes.

Make sure you pop along to pick up your jersey as they are sure to be popular and sell fast!

 

Bees partner with Cosmic Fitness at The Hive

posted 15 Sep 2017, 07:01 by john slater

The Bracknell Bees are pleased to announce a new partnership agreement with Cosmic Fitness for the upcoming 2017-18 National Ice Hockey League Division 1 South season.

Cosmic Fitness, who have previosuly been based nearby, have just opened their newly refurbished gym at the John Nike Leisuresport Complex and offer one to one personal training, group personal training and online coaching.   Locally based and also providing weight loss, muscle building and weight management sessions and an included tailored nutrition/diet plan specific to each individual.

The club wish to thank Cosmic Fitness for partnering with the Bees this season and for the use of their facilities as part of the Bees off-ice fitness regime and look forward to working with them this season.

You can find out more about Cosmic Fitness, their gym and the services they offer on their website HERE

Weekend Preview - Week 2

posted 14 Sep 2017, 13:49 by john slater   [ updated 15 Sep 2017, 06:12 ]



Following a road victory over the Milton Keynes Thunder in their only game of the regular season opening weekend the Bracknell Bees face a pair of tough tests this coming weekend.

On Saturday the Bees head north to Peterborough to take on the Phantoms (7pm faceoff) before returning to The Hive on Sunday to face local M3 rivals the Basingstoke Bison (6pm faceoff).

The Peterborough Phantoms were still involved in pre-season action last weekend in which they impressively beat the Swindon Wildcats home and away in two pre-season games.   This weekend will be the Phantoms first regular season match ups of the season.  The Bees will be looking to match last weekend's road result when they head to Cambridgeshire although historically the Phantoms have been somewhat of a bogey team for the Bracknell side, something that the new looks Bees will be looking to consign to history this weekend.

With the Bison picking up a 4-0 victory in their opening league game last Saturday, over the Invicta Dynamos, before a narrow 2-1 loss the following evening away to the Telford Tigers in the National Cup the Bees regular season home opener will not only be a tense local derby but is sure to be a tough test for the Bees against their M3 rivals.  With the two line-ups having no less than thirteen players who have lined up for both the Bees and the Bison in their careers the two sides are very familiar with each other so a match with more than bragging rights to play for is set for Sunday evening at The Hive.

As part of the Bracknell Bees community efforts we are pleased that as part of Sunday evenings match at The Hive we will also be welcoming The Worshipful the Mayor and Mayor’s Consort of the Borough of Bracknell Forest Councillor Mrs Tina McKenzie-Boyle and Bruce McKenzie-Boyle.

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