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Discover Newbold’s campus and surrounding areas.

An idyllic location

Regardless of whether you’re based on campus or studying remotely, it is our aim to ensure you always feel connected to Newbold.

Our intimate campus is in the quiet and picturesque village of Binfield, with various cultural and leisure spots to enjoy in between studies.

Nearby destinations:
Popes Meadow
2-minute walk
An open wood pasture featuring seasonal wildlife and a pond. Enjoy grassland, impressive ancient oak trees and rugged nature for daily walks to restore after a long day of studies.
The Lexicon, Bracknell
5-minute drive, 30-minute walk
The closest retail and leisure complex, featuring popular high-street shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants. Many of our students seek part-time jobs at The Lexicon to fit in with their studies.
Swinley Forest
15-minute drive
Explore the acres of verdant woodland on foot or bike at Swinley Forest. The forest paths lead to hills, grassland, lakes, ponds and spot rare habitats along the way. Longer walks are rewarded with hilltop views that inspire.
Virginia Water
25-minute drive
A hugely popular destination for our students, Virginia Water is a seasonal favourite with paths that meander around a glittering lake. The area has a rich history and visitors can enjoy waterfalls and beautiful vistas at every turn, whilst admiring the thriving wildlife and seasonal blooms around the year.
Cliveden House
30-minute drive

The National Trust is a national charity dedicated to preserving the UK’s heritage (nature, wildlife, landscapes, food, historic houses and mansions).

Cliveden is one of the trust’s properties and is a beautiful destination that features a grand historic mansion and gallery, manicured landscaped gardens, woodland walks and a lake. You can discover traditional English grandeur and enjoy exploring with unique destinations located across the property

1-hour train, car
Exploring the capital city for the first time is always an exciting experience. Discover the charm and wonders of London, hop on a red bus to see the sights, see London with a 360 view on the London Eye, observe some of the most famous paintings in the world at a gallery, get lost (but not too lost) at the British Library, indulge in a classic afternoon tea, walk through history as you visit Buckingham Palace. We haven’t even touched on the hundreds of shops, restaurants and cafes dotted across the big city.

From the outstanding vistas of The Lake District and Yorkshire Moors to the pebbled beaches of Dorset, the mystery of Stonehenge, the honey-coloured Georgian city of Bath, and the historic castle of Warwick, England has so much adventure to offer.

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