Public toilets can be a useful facility if you are in desperate need when out and about, and Bracknell has a fair few of them around the town.

Whilst public toilets can sometimes not be particularly pleasant to use, they still offer a useful service.

For people living with disabilitiy or mobility issues, it is often the little things that turn into a challenge, so finding the right facilities can be a big priority.

If you want to be aware of the locations of Reading’s public toilets the site has noted locations in the city and around the UK.

A full map of public toilets around the UK can be found at the ToiletMap website here.

Bracknell is centered around the shopping district with the Lexicon, Princess Square, and The Peel Centre attracting people from surrounding areas in Berkshire.

The Lexicon and Princess Square currently have eight public toilets that are kept clean and accessible for people out and about in Bracknell.

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There are many places across Bracknell Forest that attract nature lovers and dog walkers. One such spot is Mill Pond. 

There is a public toilet within the Mill Pond Cafe that sits by the water along the nature walk. A perfect stop-off point for a rest.

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Just outside of Bracknell town centre, in the Easthampstead and Birchhill area there are seven different toilets situated within a variety of shops and supermarkets and Bracknell sports centre.

Although the public toilets in Bracknell sports centre are fully accessible, they are however only open from 9am to 5pm.

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