Camberley is recently south west of focal London and situated in Surrey. The limits on the west bites the dust of town are really where Surrey, Berkshire and Hampshire meet. Initially Camberley turned into a town as a settlement that developed at the doors of Sandhurst, the Royal Military College. Camberley developed significantly promote when a railroad touches base around the local area that fan out from the primary line from Deepcut. At the point when a staff school was worked close to the Cambridge Hotel the town was called Cambridge town and in the end changed to Camberley, as there was a Cambridge as of now in Cambridgeshire.
By far most of the town’s inside was created around the fundamental square and comprises of a shopping center. The most recognizing highlight in the principle square is the huge clock inverse the Primark store. There is extra shopping to be found on High Street, Princess Way, London Road and Park Street. Camberley contains the home office for Siemens, Sun Microsystems, Krispy Kreme UK and Minley.
You can without much of a stretch visit the Camberley by one of the numerous railroad lines that rush to and from the town. Camberley’s fundamental railroad station is on the Ascot to Guildford line and interfaces Camberley specifically to Ascot, Guildford, and London Waterloo. There is likewise a Blackwater station that is on the North Downs line and associates Camberley to Gatwick air terminal, Guildford and Reading.
There are likewise many transport benefits that interface the town to the encompassing range and incorporate the Dicksons Travel, Stagecoach in Hants and Surrey, Stagecoach in Hampshire, Arriva Guildford and West Surrey and First Berkshire and The Thames Valley.
There are a great deal of games clubs in Camberley including the Frimley Lawn social club, Camberley chess club, Camberley Lawn social club, Camberley and Farnborough Hockey club, Camberley town football club, Camberley rugby football club, and Camberley cricket club. The town has a few galleries accessible to people in general, the Chertsey Museum, Great Cockcrow railroad and Egham by the Runnymede Historical Society.