Bracknell Court House
Period 1960s building that includes decommissioned courthouse and offices set in Bracknell town centre. There are good transport links to London via road and rail and convenient access to nearby parking and local facilities.
The following can be hired:
- traditional large court room with wood panelling, bench, well and jury box
- smaller wood panelled court room/meeting room
- 2 unused offices, corridors, toilets, kitchenette, some still have features such as old fashioned signage, intercom panels etc.
- adjoining corridor/stairwell linking to unused jail cells (note: jail cells do not belong to this property)
Location and how to get there
The Court House
Bracknell Courthouse has no visitor parking, however there are nearby town centre car parks including Braccan Walk and The Avenue.
Pedestrians can enter via High Street. An intercom is available to request access to the building (please call ‘involve’) during opening hours which are:
Monday to Thursday - 9am to 5pm
Friday - 9am to 4.30pm
The building is closed on weekends and bank holidays to the public unless prior access has been arranged.
Bracknell Railway Station, which serves as a main line between Reading and London Waterloo, is a 10 minute walk away.
The building is managed by local charity Involve who support and empower local charities, groups and communities in Bracknell Forest and Wokingham.
Involve work closely with Bracknell Forest Council and Berkshire Film Office to promote Bracknell Forest as a great place to film.