The Birch Hill Community Centre provides meeting faciliities for local groups and other private social functions for the residents of Birch Hill in Bracknell. Birch Hill is a residential area in the south of Bracknell, largely constructed around 1975 and consisting of some 1500 homes.
The Community Centre is in regular daily use by a number of local groups such as Girl Guiding Groups, Radio-controlled Car Club, Music With Mummy, Various Dance Groups, and Baptist Church. Click Regular groups on the left to see a complete list.
It is also available for booking for private functions, such as children's birthday parties, quiz nights, and wedding receptions.
The Community Centre buildings are owned by Bracknell Forest Borough Council, but the day-to-day running and general management of the Community Centre is carried out by the Birch Hill Community Association.
It is located in Leppington, near the Birch Hill shopping centre, and between the Birch Hill Library and the Birch Hill Primary and Junior school.
The nearest bus stop is the Birch Hill shops stop, at the top of Leppington. There are regular bus services into Bracknell town centre and to other Bracknell estates.