Bracknell Leisure Centre - customer notices
Macmillan coffee morning - 28 September
Bracknell Leisure Centre will host a Macmillan coffee morning on Wednesday 28 September as part of the charity’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning annual fundraiser.
From 10am to noon, tea, coffee and tasty treats will be for sale in aid of the charity with activities for kids also on offer. For those who wish to test their baking skills, there will also be a contest to find the best baker with the contestants behind the three homemade cakes judged tastiest awarded a certificate.
Bracknell Forest deputy mayor Cllr Mrs Tina McKenzie-Boyle will also be attending.
Inflatable Aqua RunOur popular 18-metre inflatable Aqua Run will be in the training pool between 1pm and 3pm every Saturday. It's open to all however, children under 8 years, non-competent swimmers and those wearing armbands must be accompanied by an adult in the water.
6-a-side football teams wanted
PlayFootball are hoping for teams to play in leagues (especially Wednesdays).
Please get in touch if you want to be part of a fun, enjoyable night with your mates.
To join one of PlayFootball's adult 6-a-side leagues or if you think you can field a team of players please contact PlayFootball on 0845 257 5000.
Pack it in!
Need support giving up? There is a regular and relaxed one-to-one stop smoking service in the Time Out Café every Monday between 10.30am and 2.30pm. Drop in or book an appointment by calling Smoke Free Life Berkshire on 0800 622 6360.
Busy car park
Please note that the leisure centre and car park are particularly busy at times when events are taking place. Visit our upcoming events page for relevant dates.
Please leave plenty of time to park your car and buy tickets.
Bracknell Leisure Centre aims to continue as one of the largest providers of community-oriented sports and leisure facilities in the Thames Valley area - as it has done since 1962.
We are committed to contributing, improving and maintaining the physical, mental and social well-being of our broad community, regardless of age or ability.
We will endeavour to provide to the local communities of Bracknell Forest Borough and beyond, a balanced and diverse choice of good value sport, leisure and health facilities in line with borough and national policy regarding the nation's health, safety and well-being.
In addition, we shall endeavour to retain and improve on independently-assessed customer service standards embodied in our Customer Service Excellence Award (previously Charter Mark) - Received for Excellence in the public sector.
Bracknell Leisure Centre customer charter
Bracknell Leisure Centre is committed to contributing to, improving and maintaining the physical, mental and social wellbeing of the community with a balanced and diverse choice of good value sport and leisure facilities. See our Customer service standards for more details.
Bracknell Leisure Centre and the associated clubs on the site aim to deliver the best service available to all their members and customers. In doing so, we have achieved a number of industry-specific accreditations. More information about these is in our accreditations leaflet.