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Free Public use toilets are available inside of The Square Shopping Centre by Main Square Car Park and The Atrium Shopping Centre by the parking entrance. Both include disabled access toilets and baby changing facilities.
Free Wi-Fi is available for shoppers inside of The Square Shopping Centre and The Atrium Shopping Centre.
The Square Shopping Centre offer FREE Wheelchair Hire from the Customer Service desk or you can pre-book on 01276 404110.
A FREE Mobility charging point is available inside of The Square Shopping Centre.
A Hearing Aid Induction Loop is available at the Customer Service Desk inside of The Square Shopping Centre. Many of our town centre businesses have received basic British Sign Language (BSL) training.
Camberley is supporting this scheme to raise awareness of those living with a hidden disability. Wearing a sunflower lanyards makes an invisible disability, visible. Camberley is committed to understanding and assisting those wearing one.
The CollectPlus service is available from The Square Shopping Centre.
You can also find Amazon Lockers on the ground floor of The Atrium Shopping Centre outside of Tenpin.
Electric car charging points are available on level 3 of The Atrium car park and on the ground floor of Main Square Car Park.
Situated between junctions 3 and 4 of the M3 and with great public transport links, Camberley couldn’t be easier to reach.
Pop the following postcodes into your satnav:
Knoll Road: GU15 3HD
Main Squre: GU15 3SP
The Atrium: GU15 3QL
A number of routes regularly run through Camberley. The bus station is on Pembroke Broadway and a 2 minute walk to the shops.
Camberley train station is right next to the bus stop and the shops. With direct links to and from Ascot, Guildford and London Waterloo.
If you are lucky enough to live in Camberley why not leave the car at home and take a stroll into town? Bicycle racks are also located across the town centre.