The largest two day stamp show in the South of England
How to Find Us
The Bracknell Leisure Centre is easy to get to whether you are travelling by road, rail or coach
To get to Bracknell by road could not be easier or more convenient. From the M3 take the A322 and follow the signs to Bracknell. As you are approaching Bracknell follow the brown 'Leisure facilities' signs, entering the venue using the slip road to the left. If you are approaching from the north via the M4 take the A329M to Bracknell, again until you see the brown 'Leisure facilities' signs. You will need to go past the centre and take the last exit at the roundabout to get access to the slip road into the venue on the left.
The map below will make all the above much clearer.
Although Bracknell station is hidden away beneath a glass office building, a tile mural of an 1885 London and South Western Railway steam locomotive, rises above the entrance, reminding visitors that trains have been calling at the town for over a century and a half. Indeed, Bracknell station opened in 1856 when it was a country town whose biggest claim to fame was perhaps the fact that Dick Turpin used to drink in its pubs. (Just thought you would like to know that!)
More information of rail services and timetables can be obtained from National Rail. click here for National Rail's direct site
Coach parties, usually organised by clubs and societies, are very welcome. There is off site parking for coaches available