Leatherhead is a town located within the County of Surrey, England, on the River Mole. Leatherhead is positioned in the centre of the county at a junction of ancient north–south and east–west communications and the town has been a focus for transport throughout its history.
Amongst the variety of things you can enjoy at Leatherhead is The Leisure Centre, built in the 1970s and extended in the 1980s with the Mole Barn. The centre includes a gym, an aerobics studio, a Multi Use Games Area, a soft play facility for children, a crèche and two new squash courts.
Leatherhead can be easily access by the main London to Worthing road, the A24, which runs though the town, as well as the M25 motorway that lies to the north of the town. The town welcomes visitors, with a number of places to stay, places to eat and activities both in and around the centre.
Brooklands Museum Brooklands Road, Weybridge KT13 0QN (01932) 857381
Located seven miles from Leatherhead on the site of the world’s first purpose-built motor racing circuit; Brooklands Museum is now regarded as the ‘Birthplace of British Motorsport’ and the ‘Home of Concorde’.
Exhibits include an extensive motoring collection and a number of aircraft and cockpit sections, including the third Concorde to be built in Britain; G-BBDG.