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Looking toward Princess Sq., Bracknell.
Skimped Hill Lane, from Twin Bridges roundabout.
days out with young children
is look out centre suitable for enthusiastic 3 1/2 year old? is it buggy friendly outside (a 3-wheeler so hopefully ok)? any other suggestions suitable for entertaining 3year old and 7month old brother in the area?
RE: days out with young children
The Lookout is a good option, there are 2 outside play areas, a small area for younger children and a larger one for slightly older kids, so there will be something there. A buggy should be ok, the paths are very wide and in places have gravel. It is a place to go when the weather is nice as can be very muddy otherwise. They have an indoor cafe, shop and learning centre. I would suggest calling them to see whether this would be suitable for a 3 1/2 year old.
Other ideas would be Coral Reef across the road from the lookout, it's an adventure swimming pool & suitable for children of 3 1/2, there is a 'pirate ship' too, it's good for kids there. There are great little books available from shops (Waterstones in Bracknell town) of everything to do in Bracknell, Berkshire and surrounding areas with details of costs and free places.
Hope it helps!
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We visited the BULL in Bracknell recently as it has had a complete refurbishment wow what a difference, the bar is warm and welcoming and they now have a restaurant which serves mouth watering dishes. It was so hard to choose what to eat. Would recomend this place to everyone
John Nike Leisuresport Centre
Bracknell Ice Rink was opened in 1987 and was the first Olympic sized rink in the country. The rink is home to the Bracknell Bees professional ice hockey team and is a major feature of the Complex along with the Ski Centre. With health, snooker, catering and bar facilities on site,the Centre is open throughout the year for recreational skiing, skating, blading and snowboarding, with lessons available for every standard. They are able to accommodate conferences, weddings, parties and a host of activities. Various, depending upon which sport your going to do. Equipment can be hired.
Bracknell Town Football Club
The club became Bracknell Town in 1962, and Sir Raymond Brown proved to be a benefactor for the club when he gave a large amount of money for a new clubhouse with changing facilities, a referee's room and a hall complete with an overhang for spectators. All of these facilities were opened simultaneously by Sir Stanley Rous.
The new Larges Lane received its first major test in 1971 when an Amateur Cup tie with Newquay attracted 2,500 spectators.
As the club moved up through the Pyramid, a new brick stand and covered terracing were built, and further cover for around 300 people was installed in 1994 to meet the new Isthmian League ground grading requirements. This cover, built at the Mount Pleasant end of the ground, was renamed the Quinton Stand in 2002 in honour of Club President Jack Quinton.
For over 60 years, Larges Lane has been the home of Bracknell Town. It has seen thousands of games, of all kinds, and holds memories for many people of all ages. Development has been steady, and as a result you can watch a game, shelter from the elements, and have something to eat as you do so, all in a welcolming atmosphere. Whatever the future of Bracknell Town, the facilities and warm welcome will remain. None, just bring your friends.
Look Out Point
We visited here today, with one of our friends he has a van so we put all our bikes into his van and head off to The look out centre,which is also excellent for riding your bikes in an area totally free from cars and polution, And is excellent for the views and your surrounded by some amazing trees, It has a fantastic adventure play area which features an infant play trail which is suitable for younger children aged between 3 and 6 years old.
The play area for older children aged 7 to 11 years old has a magnificient fort as its centrepiece.
They have plenty of tables and seating which surround the area,which is perfect for picnicking in fine weather
We took a picnic rode around for a while then sat and ate and then went off again after a break it was chilly today but we where all wrapped up warm and riding our hearts out so we where nice and warm
you have to visit here
on foot with the children or you can hire a bike
or take your own
Harry Potter's House
Both Harry Potter films start at Harry Potter's house. An average 90's house on a housing estate. In the film called Number 4 Privet Drive. The house used in the film is Number 12, Picket Post Close, Martin's Heron. This is just outside Bracknell. There isn't much to see, that was the point of it being chosen. You can get to it by alighting at Martin Heron's railway station walking past the Tescos supermarket. and carrying straight on at the roundabout opposite the bridge over the railway and finding it on the first turning on your right.
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