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If your family is on the move you can find the latest Ofsted scores for Bracknell HERE.
Bracknell’s population was 77,526 at the time of the 2011 You.Gov census.
Sitting exactly equidistant between the M4 and M3 and less than 30 minutes from the M25, Bracknell has outstanding transport links. The nearest airport, Heathrow, is roughly 20 minutes while by train you can be in the centre of London in under an hour.
You can catch up on all the latest news and get notice on forthcoming Bracknell events from the Bracknell News.
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Having finally freed the kettle from your Bracknell removals, you can get out and explore your new location, here’s our suggestions of the best Bracknell has to offer;
So much more thank just a café, the Barn supports like crafts and artists so there’s always something new to discover. And enjoy delicious food in delightful surroundings.
Based on a 600-acre farm, food just doesn’t get fresher than this! You’ll find meat, fresh produce, breads, cheeses, sundries and all kinds of tasty treats. A real gem!
Having worked hard at your Bracknell removals, you can reward yourself with this excellent local brewery. They brew small batch, limited edition, liquid gold!
Music fans and vinyl junkies will love this superb, independent record shop. With new releases, vintage discs, rare editions, it’s a 33rpm nirvana.
One of the New Towns that was mostly constructed after WWII, Bracknell is now a thriving modern town with an excellent infrastructure. You won’t find a huge variety of independent shops but all the big high street names are present and there is a funky shopping centre, The Lexicon, if you enjoy the occasional afternoon of retail therapy.
There are a number of notable employers in the area from aero-nautical and tech companies to motor racing and telecommunications. The military are also strong employers locally and Sandhurst Academy is a few miles away.
There is plenty to do and a number of groups and societies covering a range of activities from arts and crafts to dance and theatre.
Bracknell has a leisure centre with a gym, fitness studio and classes, swimming pool, sports hall and more. The town also has several green spaces with paths for walking and cycling, areas dedicated to sports, outdoor gyms plus you’ll find a number of fitness instructors in the town running outdoor bootcamps and health classes.
If you’re feeling arty you can head to South Hill Park country house with extensive grounds and an arts centre with small theatre. Fans of the silver screen have not one but two cinemas to choose from and there are plenty of places close to both for a pre-show snack of post-show dinner.
Just 30 minutes from the M25 and sitting close to both the M4 and M3 the town offers excellent transport links to London, the South East and down to the South West. By train you can be in the centre of London in under an hour and Heathrow is roughly 20 minutes by car.