The Berkshire Record Office
9 Coley Avenue
+44 (0) 118 937 5132
+44 (0) 118 937 5131

You are here: Home > Home page content > The Story of the BRO > Coley Avenue: 2000-present

Coley Avenue: 2000-present

In 1998 Berkshire County Council was abolished, and the Record Office began a new life as a joint service of the 6 unitary authorities in Berkshire. The 6 authorities funded a new building and we moved into our present home in Coley Avenue, Reading in October 2000.

The present BRO under construction, 1999

The new BRO under construction, 1999

Moving in to Coley Avenue, 2000

Moving in, 2000


Related Content

The first Berkshire Record Office, beside the Abbey Gateway.

The second Berkshire Record Office, next to the M4.


Latest News
Visitor Survey 2016 Results
The results of the UK Visitor Survey 2016 are now available
We're Accredited!
The BRO is now an Accredited Archive Service
10,000th collection received at the BRO
The Berkshire Record Office celebrates receiving its 10,000th accession
Oscar Wilde and Reading Gaol online exhibition
New online gallery showcases Oscar Wilde and Reading prison
Distance Enquiry Services Survey 2015 Results
The results of the CIPFA Distance Survey for the BRO are now available
Follow us on Twitter and Find Us on Facebook
Follow the Berkshire Record Office on Twitter

Latest Galleries

Oscar Wilde and Reading Gaol

Oscar Wilde and Reading Gaol
Biographies of Wilde and Berkshire's Victorian prison

Small Objects of Power

Small Objects of Power
An Exhibition about Medieval Seals

Enemies of the State

Enemies of the State
Irish Patriots in Reading Gaol

The Berkshire Echo

The Berkshire Echo 82
January 2018: Orphans of the Sea: a short history of the RMNEF - Life at the ...