The Milestone Centre is Currently Closed
The Government has now told all pubs, bars and leisure centres, along with a number of other places of social gathering, to close as soon as is reasonably practical and not to open from tomorrow and until further notice.
The Milestone Centre is therefore now temporarily closed for all activities including all of our leisure and sporting clubs and sessions, including the squash courts, until the Government instructions are lifted.
The social club has also closed so the bar and function rooms, along with the recreation wing are also closed to members.
We will still have staff around to carry on running things but the office will also be closed to visitors. If you need to contact us, please contact us or call 0118 947 2589. Please do not visit in person. If you need access to the Centre, please get in touch to make an appointment to do so.
It is an expression which has been used many times recently, but these are unprecedented times and the developments over the next few weeks and months will be very hard to predict.
Please do stay safe, keep washing those hands and we’ll look forward to seeing you again, however long it may be.
Remember that you can always keep up to date with any developments and news on this website or our social media channels.
Caversham Park Village Association
This year’s Christmas production is Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame.
Kenneth Grahame’s classic tale is brought to life with a sprinkling of song and dance. Join Ratty, Mole and Badger as they try to restrain the outrageous Mr Toad’s wilder excesses, battle with the Wild Wooders and strive to keep Toad and his financee’s matrimonial plans alive.
Thursday 5 and Friday 6 December at 8pm
Saturday 7 Decmber at 2pm and 7pm
All performances are in the theatre in our recreation wing, up the drive from the social centre and the squash courts building.
Tickets: £8.50/£8 concessions
Click here to book tickets from the box office or call 0118 948 1377.
Out Drama group are looking for new members.
We’re a friendly bunch and would love you to join us, wherever you live and whatever you am-dram experience even if you don’t fancy being on stage!
We’ve got loads you could help with behind the scenes including sound systems, costuming, make-up, prop making and much more!
Come meet the group and see what you think.
Contact Bob Sturgess for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
We return to Terry Pratchett’s Discworld for the classic Mort, once again adapted for the stage by Stephen Briggs.
Mort, a young, unemployable dreamer, gets apprenticed to Death himself. He starts to learn the ropes of the Grim Reaper’s vital job, and is soon standing in for his master. But, when he meets a beautiful young queen and tries to save her from death, chaos ensues.
An original and witty adaptation sees one of Terry Pratchett’s most loved Discworld novels brought to life with all the magic, madness and mirth intact.
Thursday May 17th and Friday May 18th at 8pm
Saturday May 19th at 7pm
TICKETS ON SALE NOW !!! CLICK HERE.