HM The Queen to Visit Lexicon Shopping Centre

Queen Elizabeth

The Queen to visit The Lexicon, Bracknell

Friday 19th October 2018

Her Majesty The Queen will visit The Lexicon shopping centre in Bracknell, Berkshire on Friday 19th October 2018. During the visit, Her Majesty will tour the new development, meeting representatives from the Bracknell town development project. At the conclusion of the visit, The Queen will unveil a commemorative plaque to mark her visit.

The Queen will start her tour of the new development at The Bull pub where she will view material showing the transformation of the site.

The Queen will then proceed to Union Square where she will meet architects, builders and developers. She will visit Fenwicks department store where she will meet the store directors and management teams. The Queen will then view displays of British merchandise and will meet staff.

The Queen will then continue her tour of the development pausing to meet other retailers. At the conclusion of the tour she will hear music from the Berkshire Maestros Band and unveil a plaque to mark her visit.

The Bracknell Regeneration Partnership is transforming Bracknell town centre into an exciting one million square foot shopping and leisure destination, The Lexicon Bracknell.

The Lexicon represents one of the biggest town centre regenerations in the UK. In addition to 70 new shops and restaurants, the project also encompasses improvements to the existing High Street buildings and the restoration and extension of local landmark, The Bull.

With a new 1,300 space multi-storey car park, provided by Bracknell Forest Council, and improvements to local highways, The Lexicon Bracknell is set to become one of Berkshire’s most convenient shopping and leisure destinations.

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