Brackley Town Hall 

The Town Hall was closed in 2015 for extensive renovation work, funded by the Heritage Lottery. The building was officially re-opened by the Lord Lieutenant of Northamptonshire on 11th September 2018. 


Brackley is situated in Northamptonshire, close to the Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire borders. History tells us that in 1215 representatives of King John met the barons at Brackley and Magna Carta was to have been signed at Brackley Castle but was later signed at Runneymede. St James Chapel in the Market Place is believed to be the oldest building in Great Britain in continuous use by a school, Magdalen College School was founded in Brackley in 1548. 

The modern Brackley town has a population of around 15,000 and expansion plans could add a further 5,000 over the next few years and facilities and amenities are planned to grow with the town. 

Brackley Youth Engagement

Brackley Youth Engagement (BYE)  is the name of SNYE's  steering group for youth provision in the town of Brackley.

Working for the young people of Brackley


We organise and run Community Fun Days, Youth Events and Play Days

Play and Activity Day

October 2019

Leisure Centre

Play and Activity Day

April 2019

Brackley Park

Play and Activity Day

October 2018

Southfield School

Play Day

June 2018

Leisure Centre

Activity Day

October 2017

Leisure Centre

Skate Park

Plans to build a new Skate Park next to the Leisure Centre

The Brackley Skate Park Project has a long history