With a population of around 80,000, Bracknell is a vibrant town in a region that also features Guildford, Maidenhead, Reading and Windsor. Designated a new town in 1949, Bracknell has now developed into a thriving place to live and work.

The town has a full complement of shops, restaurants, pubs and bars, arts and cultural centres, a theatre, sports facilities, churches, schools and community centres. It’s also the home of blue-chip companies like Fujitsu, Hewlett Packard, Honda, Honeywell, Novell, Panasonic and Vodafone.

The Old Bull Pub, Bracknell Town Centre

The Old Bull Pub, Bracknell Town Centre


Lexicon Regeneration

Next Generation Shopping & Leisure Destination

The Lexicon, which opened its doors in September 2017, lies in the heart of Bracknell and after a multi-million pound regeneration now offers 580,000 square feet of shopping, dining and leisure facilities. With over 70 different shops, a 12-screen cinema, a choice of dining experiences including those on the al fresco Eagle Lane, stylish landscaped features and 1,300 car parking spaces, the Lexicon is a dynamic and vibrant destination for residents and visitors alike.


Out & About

Bracknell is close to a host of attractions for those who like to get out and about. Swinley and Crowthorne Woods as well as Virginia Water are great destinations for walkers and cyclists, as are the nearby 2,600 acres of Crown Estate woodland. Go Ape, Thorpe Park and The John Nike Leisuresport Complex with its dry ski slope are just three of the attractions for adventure seekers while those who enjoy sports and leisure activities will appreciate, amongst others, Ascot Racecourse, the Bracknell Lawn Tennis Club, Coral Reef Water Park and Wentworth Golf Course.


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