Welcome to Caversham Court Gardens on the bank of the River Thames in Reading

Enjoy a flavour of the gardens from the video above.

Come and enjoy the beauty and long history of Caversham Court on the bank of the River Thames.  

Owned and cared for by Reading Borough Council. The Friends assist the council  to achieve its objectives for Caversham Court as a historic garden and to raise awareness of its history and importance. 

The gardens are open every day except Christmas Day from 8 a.m. to dusk. Entry is free.   

The Tea Kiosk run by local charities is back from Wednesday 13 March. Volunteers from four local charities will serve hot and cold drinks and home-made cakes from Wednesday to Sunday each week.  The kiosk is open from 11.00 a.m. to 5 p.m. (weather permitting).  Do support this worthwhile project in its quiet riverside setting.

 The Leadership Team of St'Peter's Church and the Committee of The Friends of Caversham Court Gardens wish to promote a petition in favour of a Traffic Management Scheme to enhance safety of pedestrians on St Peter's Hill and Church Road, Caversham.  For further details and how to support this initiative see NEWS

The Berkshire Family History Society (BFHS) are holding an architectural tour of Caversham at 2.00 p.m. on Friday 7 June.  Bookings can be made via the BFHS website (see NEWS).