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Located in the county of Buckinghamshire, within the London borough of Milton Keynes, Bletchley is a small town that was once the headquarters of the Britain’s Second World War decoding division. A town with an interesting history, the locality is also illustrious for Chequers, the British Prime Minister’s country home. It is within easy reach of Silverstone circuit race track, which hosts popular motor racing events. Bletchley Park is a historically significant location in the heart of the town while Chesham Museum is just a short distance away.
Bletchley has a number of serviced offices occupied by a variety of different businesses and professionals. This includes design firms, training centres, Internet and computer consultants, electrical engineers, accountants and financial services as well as photographers, marketing consultants, solicitors, and recruitment agencies.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Bletchley is home to a number of entertainment facilities like The Slug and Lettuce, which is a great place to go if you want to enjoy a variety of stand-up comedy acts. Milton Keynes Theatre is an excellent choice for theatre enthusiasts while Toddler Time helps parents spend quality time with their children. There are many eateries all over Bletchley and in its surrounding areas, bringing food from different parts of the world to the area. N J Tandoori serves a range of tasty Indian cuisine while Loch Fyne has fresh seafood on the menu. You can look forward to delicious Italian at Zizzi or head to Chiquito to enjoy Mexican cuisine in a fun atmosphere.
Commuters in Bletchley can enjoy convenient travel by road with an extensive network of buses and a number taxis readily available. Road networks and links are good and motorway access is easy, convenient for those planning to drive in the area. Bletchley railway station connects the town to mainline train services, for onward journeys to the rest of the UK.