At the heart of the Calne, the state of the art sports and community facility set over 94 arcs of beautiful surroundings. The whole facility has been designed to be environmentally friendly with a low carbon footprint. Over the past 8 years the site has gone from strength-to-strength, expanding and developing with the growth of our great community.
The facility included a pavilion suitable for events and functions, eight changing rooms, four official rooms, two disabled toilets (one with shower and baby changing facilities); all suitable for male and female users. Beversbrook was developed to accommodate the wider community, it was specially designed to be on one level to enable use for people with limited or supported mobility and create an enjoyable overall experience for all our visitors.
Set over 54 arcs the site combines state of the art facilities with stunning surroundings. Under soil drainage keeps all eleven football pitches and cricket outfield in top class condition. This allows for all year round practice, matches and tournaments for both young and old. The floodlit hard-court gives a home to small training sessions and various court games. In September 2010 Calne Town Council was awarded £9,000 from Awards for All to purchase a set of portable flood lights to increase the number of training sessions during the winter months.
The whole facility has been designed to be environmentally friendly with a low carbon footprint. It is set back from the ring road, easy to find, with ample parking and it is the ideal location to hire for both sport and conferences.