Bracknell is a large town located in the county of Berkshire, England. It is the westernmost part of the Greater London Urban Area, and lies just over 10 miles from Reading.
Also relatively nearby are the towns of Maidenhead and Windsor. Don’t venture too far, though. After all, you’re going to want to have an Afternoon Tea in Bracknell!
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The earliest records of Bracknell date back to 942 CE when it was called “Braccan heal”. Long before then, humans had inhabited the area since at least the Bronze Age.
Just over the border, in Crowthorne, is Caesar’s Camp, an Iron Age hill fort. By the 17th century, the famous highwayman Dick Turpin spent much time here – drinking!
The area was originally a market village. However, during the mid-20th century, it experienced a period of tremendous growth after it was declared a so-called ‘New Town’.
Surrounding it, on the east and south, are the woods of Swinley and Crowthorne. Why not have a nice walk around the countryside before visiting an Afternoon Tea Bracknell establishment?