Abrahams Sweet Shop

General rationing during the Second World War was introduced on 8 January 1940, just a few months after the war started. Sweet rationing was introduced in July 1942 and didn’t end until 1953. Buy an old penny and a ration coupon and drop into Abrahams the Milestones sweetshop to spend them on your favourite!

Opening times:

Tuesday – Friday and bank holidays: 1:00pm – 3:00pm
Weekends and school holidays: 12:00pm – 4:00pm

The Baverstock Arms

Pop in for a pint at Milestones’ very own pub, The Baverstock Arms. The pub is named after Alton-born James Baverstock, a brewer and inventor who was reputedly was the first person to make use of a hydrometer in the brewing process. Located on Jubilee Street, the pub is open at lunchtimes and serves, teas, coffees, soft drinks and beer. The pub has a great, family-friendly atmosphere and there is even occasionally a pianist tinkling the ivories!

Opening times:

Tuesday – Friday and bank holidays: 12:00pm – 2:30pm
Weekends and school holidays: 12:00pm – 3:30pm

  • The Baverstock Arms
  • The Baverstock Arms
  • The Baverstock Arms
  • The Baverstock Arms
  • The Baverstock Arms
  • Abrahams Sweet Shop
  • Abrahams Sweet Shop