Tel: 01525 288197 or 07837 605538
Bletchley Masonic Centre consists of the main building with a large Lodge Room upstairs, it has a separate Dining Hall & Bar which can be be hired out for functions. The entrance to the Temple is to the rear of the building. Downstairs are some rehearsal rooms and committee rooms. There is limited parking behind the Hall (this is sufficient for most meetings), the building which used to hold the Bletchley Town Council Offices. The parking may be access off the roundabout at the end of Queensway, junction of Vicarage Road, and Victoria Road. There is additional parking behind the dentist for busier meetings, this is accessed via the right hand side of the dentists which is to the left of the centre some 135 feet away.
Bletchley has excellent road & rail connections. For rail, Bletchley is a stop on the West Coast Main line and is a mile and a quarter walking distance from the rail station, London Midland trains stop here on their journeys to & from London Euston as they make their way from Birmingham and those stations all the way to Crewe and beyond. If travelling via Virgin the stop is Milton Keynes Central and this is about 4.25 miles north-west of Bletchley centre. Bletchley is also connected to Bedford via rail albeit the service is not as good as the west Coast Main Line. Regarding road connections Bletchley Masonic Hall is a mile from the A5 truck road between London and the Isle of Anglesey. It is fairly close to the M1, J13, the A422, the A509 and A508.
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