About Bisley Pavilion

Bisley Pavilion is situated within the extensive grounds of the National Rifle Association (N.R.A.) at Bisley Camp, Brookwood, in the heart of Surrey and not far from J3 of the M3.

Bisley Pavilion itself is a character building that incorporates  a hotel and two exceptional function rooms: the main ball room has a fully sprung dance floor and opens onto a veranda (for cooling of between dances); an adjacent room also has an excellent wooden dance floor.

A Marquee with wooden dance floor will be erected adjacent to the Pavilion building for use during the day for workshops and in the evening as our “Blues Room” where dancing will be virtually “al fresco” assuming that we’re once again fortunate with the weather.


Bisley Pavilion Location map



From Junction 3 of the M3

Follow the A322 south towards Guildford.

Immediately after passing through the village of Bisley, turn right into Queens Road at the junction with traffic lights. Look out for the (black and red) signpost to Bisley Camp (N.R.A.) which is located on the left side of the road just before the junction.

Follow Queens Road until you find Bisley Camp on the right.

On entering the camp follow the main road through the camp, which is the only road with street lighting. You will find Bisley Pavilion at the end of that road just passed the N.R.A. site office


From Frimley Green

From the double-mini roundabout at the centre of Frimley Green follow Guildford Road (B3012) towards Pirbright for approximately 3 miles passing under one railway bridge on the way.

On reaching the T-junction at the end of this road (at the intersection with the A324) turn left, pass under a railway bridge, and turn immediately left again, passing over the canal bridge.

After approximately 200 meters take the first right.

After approximately 50 meters take the next right turn again into Queens Road.

Follow Queens Road for approximately 150 meters until you find Bisley Camp on the left.