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The racketball revolution is spreading rapidly through the UK, but in some areas the sport has expanded much faster than others. UK-Racketball is currently trying to construct a list of every area in the UK where racketball is popular as well as the facilities and lessons available. Most squash clubs now have racketball equipment available so if you’re not sure give your local club a ring and see what’s on offer. As this list will be an ongoing construction feel free to email the UK-Racketball team either to add your centre or name to the list or to find out if we know of any good coaches or centres near you.  info@uk-racketball.com

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Lansdown Tennis and Squash Club - The club has four squash courts and a growing racketball section with internal leagues and friendly matches with other local clubs.  The club offers coaching for Juniors and Adults with Level 3 coach Richard Colman.  The club also offers 10 Tennis courts a large bar area serving hot and cold food and a lively social scene. For more information contact Richard Colman on 07752 901885 or rich.colman@yahoo.co.uk or visit their website at: http://www.lansdownclub.co.uk/index.html







Bristol Lawn Tennis and Squash: There are ladies racketball and exercise sessions on Wednesdays from 10-11am. They cost £5 per session and are with Jethro Binns – BLTSC coach. These sessions are aimed at women who would like to try a new sport that is a gentle variation of squash while also gaining a fun and enjoyable work out. No prior experience needed and all rackets and balls are provided. For more information please contact Hadrian Stiff on 07720139335 or pipput2002@yahoo.com if you are interested or check out the website at: http://www.bltsc.co.uk/


Aylesbury Grammer School: Aylesbury Grammar School, Walton Road, Aylesbury HP21 7RP
Tel: 01296 481088       e-mail: dwithey@ags.bucks.sch.uk

Aylesbury Lawn Tennis and Squash Club: The club has 4 squash courts lots of coaches, including Simon Townsend and Thomas Phipps who are both England Squash and Racketball level 3 qualified coaches. The club also has a racketball ladder and club night, racketball is really on the rise at Aylesbury. Check out the racketball section on their website http://build-a.com/ts/aylesbury/sfixtures.html
e-mail: simes.t@btinternet.com

Beaconsfield: 48 Shepherds Lane, Beaconsfield HP9 2DT
Tel: 01494 671307 e-mail: secretary@beaconsfieldsquashclub.co.uk

Bisham Abbey: National Sports Centre, Bisham, Marlow, Bucks SL7 1RT
Tel: 01628 476911 e-mail: jlmedley@hotmail.com

Brackley Squash Club: Winchester House School, 70 Manor Road, Brackley, NN13 6EE
Tel: 01280 705239 e-mail: adrian_swain@lineone.net

Buckingham: Swan Pool & Leisure Centre, London Road, Buckingham MK18 1AX
Tel: 01280 817500 e-mail: jill.reynolds@virgin.net

Burnham: LA Fitness, Buckingham Avenue, Trading Estate, Slough, Berks SL1 4JB
Tel: 0843 17010 email: burnham@lafitness.co.uk

Chesham 1879: Pednor Mead End, Pednor Road, Chesham, Bucks HP5 2JD Tel: 01494 785383 e-mail: 1879chesham@dsl.pipex.com

Chesham Bois: Woodfield Park, The Beeches, Amersham, Bucks HP6 5QQ Tel: 01494 433330 e-mail: manager.cbltsc@btconnect.com

David Lloyd Centre: Livingstone Drive, Newlands, Milton Keynes MK15 0DL Tel: 01908 207900

Farnham Common Sports Club: If you enjoy the unique combination of sport and a friendly social environment then you are very welcome at Farnham Common Sports Club. Members all share the use of a well appointed, fully staffed licensed bar, patio and clubhouse with new shower and changing facilities which is open 7 days a week.

Gerrards Cross: Memorial Centre, East Common, Gerrards Cross SL9 7AD
Tel: 01753 887805 e-mail: david@dsledge.plus.com

Holmer Green:The Pavilion, Watchet Lane, Holmer Green, HP15 6UF
Tel: 01494 711485 e-mail: trevor@sevenfoxend.demon.co.uk
Web: www.hgsrc.co.uk

Open University: Walton Hall, Milton Keynes MK7 6AA
Tel: 01908 653384 e-mail: j.e.moffatt@open.ac.uk

RAF Halton: RAF Halton, Finlay Gym RAF Halton Nr Wendover
e-mail: 22TrgGp-TACGTWS@mod.uk

Racquets Fitness Centre: North Street, Thame, Oxon OX9 3TH
Tel: 01844 261754 Web: www.racquets-fitness-centre.com
e-mail: simon@racquets-fitness-centre.com

Rivet Sports & Social Club: Mandeville Road, Aylesbury
Tel: 01296 424824 e-mail: nick@cox-clifford.co.uk

Shenley Leisure Centre: Burchard Crescent, Shenley Church End, Milton Keynes, MK5 6HF Contact Brian Dansey
Tel: 07734 441281 e-mail: brian.dansey@googlemail.com

The Marlow Club: Fantastic facilities including a swimming pool and state of the art gym, the club also has 2 squash courts. Racketball coaching and leagues are available and the club has over 80 members playing regularly. Visit the racketball page of their website. http://www.themarlowclub.co.uk/rackets.htm or call 01628 475709 for more information.

Tring: Cow Lane, Tring, Herts HP23 5NS
Tel: 01442 826480 Web: www.tringsquashclub.co.uk

Wendover Tennis and Squash Club: A small, family oriented club providing for tennis, squash and racketball at all levels and ages. Their facilities include two squash courts with a viewing balcony and four tennis courts. The clubhouse has changing rooms, showers, and a club lounge. Qualified coaches at the club run coaching programmes throughout the year for juniors.  They also offer coaching for adults looking to improve their game.  http://www.wendovertennisandsquash.co.uk/Home/tabid/55/Default.aspx

Wycombe Squash & Racketball Club: Located on the High Wycombe / Marlow boundary, is a professionally managed club, run by squash and racketball players for squash and racketball players. We offer 5 championship courts, a lounge and bar, coaching facilities and a welcoming and friendly atmosphere for players of all standards. We also have a number of teams competing in the Buckinghamshire Squash League. We also now incorporate Temple Squash Club, who compete in the Berkshire League. Please contact us on: 01494 520034
Web: http://www.wycombesquash.co.uk/
Email: office@wycombesquash.co.uk



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Cambridge Squash Club
Cambridge Squash Club is a non-profit making club run by its members for its members. We aim to provide the highest level of facilities within a friendly environment where all players at all standards are welcome. The club coach is Andy D'Alessandro, UKCC Level 3 ESR licensed. It is an England Squash and Racketball Silver Awarded Club with 4 Squash Courts (1 glass backed), racketball Leagues and weekly club nights every Friday and Sunday night.

Hunts County Squash Club: A great centre for racketball with many members now turning to the big ball. The club has 4 squash courts and a really lively bar and social scene. It is also one of the hosts for the 2010 Harrow UK-Racketball series as well as many top squash events. Visit the club website at http://www.huntscountysquash.co.uk/racketball for more information, or call the clubs manager James Powley on 01480 498114.

Peterborough Town Squash Club: A very friendly and lively sports club. We have four courts maintained in an excellent condition, with 16 squash leagues a racketball ladder and club championship across all levels of play. Dan McGinn is a National Grade 3 squash and racketball coach, and he runs several group sessions from basic to team levels to help improve your standard of play, fitness and enjoyment from both games. All standards are catered for from social beginner to advanced players wishing to represent the club in teams. There is a friendly bar with Sky Sports and good ales. Visit the club website www.ptsc.org.uk/squash or for more details call the club manager Gareth Andrew on 01733 262202.




Crewe Vagrants Sports Club:  Three excellent and well maintained squash courts including 2 glass back show courts. Racketball is up and coming at the club, although there is no specific section dedicated to racketball the clubs website is still useful, visit http://www.crewevagrants.co.uk/index.php for more details.

Neston Cricket Club: Racketball is the fastest growing section at Neston Cricket Club. We have a thriving social section with Club nights on Wednesday and Sunday from 6pm although there is plenty of action any day of the week on one of our 3 courts. Tuesday night is team night and we have a strong team competing in the Merseyside League. We are also becoming a hub for the Regional League and Social Exhibition Matches. The aim for the 2011/12 season is to enter more teams in the league and also compete in the National Club Championship. Our recent success has been down to encouraging participation at every level so come on down for a hit.

Prestbury Squash Rackets Club: A lively club with 5 courts. The club has a dedicated racketball section on the website and a free introductory session will be provided by Paula Kazmierski, a racketball enthusiast. Call her on 07713322713 for more information. http://www.prestburysquash.com/racquetball.htm

Sport Tattenhall: Sport Tattenhall is a sports club owned and run on a voluntary basis by its members. It is located on the outskirts of Tattenhall village in the beautiful Cheshire countryside. Our two courts host a small but enthusiastic squad of racketball players who play at 5pm every Monday and Thursday and a squash section which accommodates both competitive players and those playing for fitness and pleasure. Click here to visit the website... http://www.sporttattenhall.co.uk/

Warrington Sports Club: Racketball is up and coming at Warrington where there are 6 squash courts. For racketball enquiries address all emails to racketball at squash@warringtonsportsclub.co.uk The club has a good website but at the moment no section devoted to racketball. http://www.warringtonsportsclub.co.uk/squash.html



Falmouth Sports Club: Racketball coaching available from Siobhan Garland who is qualified racketball coach, all abilities welcome, visit her site at www.squashandracketballcoachcornwall.co.uk. Contact the club on 01326 311056 for more details or go directly to the coaching section on the website http://falclub.co.uk/Coaching.aspx




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Brampton Manor: With 5 courts, racketball ladders and head coach Jason Fern, a racketball enthusiast, based at the club the racketball section at Brampton Manor is thriving. Call the club on 0800 389 4044 for more information. http://www.brampton-manor.com/rackets/

Duffiled Squash Club: A fantastic members owned squash club and winner of numerous National Premier League titles the clubs racketball section has begun to boom over the past few years. There are now almost as many racketball players as squash players and the number is still growing. The club is also the home of PDH sports one of the leading equipment providers in the midlands. See the clubs website for more information. http://www.duffieldsquashclub.co.uk/

Manor Fitness and Squash Club: Located in Ilkeston with 6 courts. This year due to the strength and success of racketball at the club, it has recently converted part of the gym back into squash courts. Daryl Selby and Laura Hill (mens and womens currant national champions) played an exhibition match to celebrate the opening with Laura coming out on top. A fantastic example of the benefits that racketball can bring to any club. Visit the website for more details, if you live in the area and love racketball you should already be a member. http://www.themanorhealthandracquets.co.uk/



Devon and Exeter squash and racketball club: One of the most successful racketball areas in the country, the club has now changed its name to include racketball. Call 01392 436100. http://www.devonandexeter.co.uk/

Fort Stanford Squash Club: There are five squash courts. Members are entitled to play in internal squash leagues and competitions and represent the Club in County Leagues. Each court session is 45 minutes. Ladies Squash and Racketball Morning: 09:30am - 12:00am Thursdays (all levels welcome). For more information visit their website at: http://www.fortstamford.co.uk/Squash.htm

Newton Abbot Squash & Tennis club: A club that prides itself on being a members clubwith a family feel.  Facilities include 5 squash and racketball courts with coaching and team positions available. Call 01626 366750 or visit http://www.hotfroguk.co.uk/Companies/Newton-Abbot-Squash-Tennis-Club for more details.

Torquay Squash and Racketball Centre: The club has 5 courts, a newly-renovated gym with flat-screen TVs and a wid range of equipment, a lounge bar, top-standard snooker tables and a solarium. With both experienced racketball coaches and players, this club has three racketball teams alone! They also hosted a UK Racketball Series event in 2010. Telephone 01803 323491, email janet@torquay-squash.co.uk



Dorchester tennis and squash club: Dorchester Tennis and Squash Club has been in existence since 1949. It is a members club, run by the members, for the members. There are three squash courts and the clubhouse has a bar and lounge area with viewing balconies overlooking both the tennis and squash courts. Tennis, Squash and Racketball are available every day. The club also holds club sessions on Friday from 4.45pm to 7.30pm and on Saturday from 3:45pm to 6pm. http://www.dortsc.org/content.asp?id=23

Milford Tennis and Squash Club: There are 2 courts are connected to the main clubhouse and 3 teams who compete in the winter & summer Dorset leagues. For more information contact John Satchwell squash@milfordtennisandsquash.net or visit the website at: http://www.milfordtennisandsquash.net/

West Hants Club: The West Hants Club has a very strong squash section with teams in the 1st Division. There are 4 good squash courts including 1 glass back. There is always someone to play at the Racketball Morning or. Every Tuesday and Thursday from 10.00 to 11.30 there are racketball sessions which involves routines and games. There are 6 men's teams, 1 ladies and 2 racketball teams in the Dorset league. Racketball matches are played on Wednesdays. http://www.westhants.co.uk/

Waymouth Squash and Fitness Center: WS&FC has 4 Squash courts all with Maple wood sprung floors, one with glass back. The club have some demo rackets so that you can try out racketball. Check out the website for more details: http://weymouthsquashandfitness.co.uk/


Dumfries Squash Club - The club has four squash courts and a growing racketball participation amongst its 250+ squash members and offers monthly internal leagues and coaching. All four courts' floors have been recently re-sprung and are well-maintained. The Club also offers 4 all-weather tennis courts, a lounge, a bar and a small fitness suite. The club also two-month trial memberships. Further information can be obtained from the club's website www.dumfriessquashclub.co.uk  or on 01387 252527




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East Loathian


Exeter Golf and Country Club: Exeter Golf & Country Club is an England Squash Gold Award Club which boasts a large and active membership covering all ages and abilities played on the six best squash courts in the South West including two glass backs and one specialist coaching court. Coaching  is very well covered with sessions being offered by our coaching team led by Jon Rycroft (England Squash Level 4) for individuals, groups, ladies, schools, juniors and mini-squashers. Racketball lessons are also available with the chance to join the ladders which change every 2 months.


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East Glos Club: Racketball is expanding fast with beginners courses and coaching available. If you are interested check out the social racketball session on Sunday evening for a flavour of both the sport and the club. The clubs other facilities include Tennis courts, Squash courts, Hockey pitches and a great bar. http://www.eastglos.co.uk/squash.asp

Greater Manchester

Bowdon Squash Club: 4 courts with newly created racketball sessions lead by head coach Alex Stait, contact the UK-Racketball team at info@uk-racketball.com or visit the club website at http://www.bowdonclub.com/home.


Beau Sejour Sports Centre: Racketball Coaching and sessions with Mick Mahy. Click here to view the website: http://beausejour.gg/article/1533/Beau-Sejour-Home-Page

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Fair Oak Squash Club: There are three high standard squash courts, one of which is a glass back and also a well-equipped gym. For more information email them at FOSC@hotmail.co.uk or visit their website at:

Lee-on-the-Solent Tennis, Squash and Fitness Club: The club boasts probably the best racketball coach in the county in Tim Vale, ex national champion. Whether you want to be the next national champion or are taking up the game for the first time you won’t find a better coach. The club has 6 courts and runs a racketball club night every week, see the website for more details http://www.lostclub.co.uk/index.html

Winchester Tennis and Squash Club: There are 6 Squash Courts, including 2 competition glass back courts with a grandstand viewing area. For more details visit the website at: http://www.thewinchesterclub.net/



Berkhamsted Lawn Tennis and Squash Rackets Club: 6 courts (including 2 glass-backs) and a great bar/lounge area which has been recently refurbished. Berkhamsted runs internal racketball box leagues which are very successful and growing all the time, as well as internal racketball club tournaments. They are always looking to play other clubs in challenge matches so feel free to get in touch. Visit the website at: http://www.bltsrc.co.uk

Bishop Stortford Squash Club: There are 6 Courts all immaculately maintained 3 of which are glass backed. As “England Squash - Club Of The Year 2007”, the warm welcome and enthusiasm for helping all standards of player has built them a reputation for being one of the most successful and supportive clubs in the UK. For more details visit the website at: http://www.stortfordsquash.co.uk/

Harpenden RFC Squash Club: Members club with 3 squash courts. Racketball is now thriving at the club. The clubs address is Redbourn Lane, Harpenden, Herts, AL5 2BA. Email info@harpendensquash.org.uk or visit http://www.harpendensquash.org.uk/ for more information.

Tring Squash Club: There are four well maintained courts. There are 2 Mens teams and 1 Ladies team playing in the Herts Winter League. There is 1 Mens team playing in the Bucks winter league and one Vets team plays in the Arlong Middlesex Leagues. For more details visit the website at: http://www.tringsquashclub.co.uk/



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Westridge Squash Club: 7 Squash Courts and an enthusiastic Racketball community. Call 01983 566243 according to the councils information board you do not have to be a member to book and coaching is available.


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Bexley Lawn Tennis, Squash and Racketball Club: Another club that has recently incorporated racketball into the club title. Head coach Ben Ford has a current squash ranking inside the world top 100 and is available for racketball sessions. Contact the club on 01322 524544 or visit the website http://www.bexleyclub.co.uk/

Dulwich Squash and Racketball Club: The club has a very active Racketball Section. They offer a competitive monthly Racketball league catering for players of all abilities as well as running a Ladies' Racketball Morning every Monday from 11 a.m - 1 p.m. This is open to both members and non-members at a cost of £5. It includes all equipment and coaching for anyone coming along. For more info check out the website at: http://www.dulwichsquash.co.uk/

Sundridge Park Lawn Tennis and Squash Rackets Club: There are four courts all recently refurbished. There are leagues and Club Priory teams. Players of all standards are welcome from beginner to team members. Racketball is played here and there are rackets and balls behind the bar that can be borrowed if you wish to try something new. For more details contact Simon at admin@spltsrc.co.uk or visit the website at: http://www.spltsrc.co.uk/

The Mote Squash Club – Willow way, Maidstone, Kent, ME15 7RN:
Tel. 01622 676977 - http://www.sockology.co.uk/motesquash/
Maidstone’s ‘Premier Squash Club’  - A friendly member run club with the bar overlooking the 4 squash courts (1 glass back). The club was chosen as the venue for the PSA World Tour Challenge 10 event ‘The Kent Open’, won in 2011 by Chris Ryder (World 38). This week long event also included a Harrow Racketball tournament in which some 40 players took part. Squash coaching can be obtained from Alam Soliman (Tel 07789488697) who coached Adrian Grant (World 18) in his formative years. Soli is still heavily involved with coaching the various Kent squads. 
The club are developing the Racketball  section and are currently running a Ladder for those interested. Please contact Phill Crane at phillipcrane@lineone.net for further information.





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Wigan Cricket, Hockey and Squash Club: Wigan Sports Club boasts four top quality squash/racquetball courts available for hire to members at a cost of £3.00 per 40 minute session. If you're new to the squash or racquetball and would like coaching please contact our Squash Chairman Steven Cadwell (07900 821 397) and he'll gladly discuss your needs. For more details visit the website at: http://wigancricketclub.com/default.aspx


Leicester Squash Club: Well maintained club with four courts, the head coach is Oliver Clay. Opening times are as follows: Mon-Friday: 10am to 2pm and 5pm to 10:00pm (or later) Saturday: 11:30am to 2pm and 5pm to 8pm Sunday: 6pm to 9pm. For more details see their website at: http://www.leicestersquashclub.co.uk/

Market Harborough Squash and Racketball Club: They have a small but growing group af racketball players in the club and run internal racketball leagues. They have a Club Closed Racketball Handicapped Competition and are encouraging more integration of racketball into the club. You can find them at, Fairfield Road, Market Harborough, LE16 9QH. For more information visit their website at: www.harboroughsquash.co.uk


Boston Squash and Racketball Club: When I was last at the club they said there were almost as many racketball members as squash members and recently Boston has become another club that has changed its name to recognise its growing racketball community. The club has 5 courts (3 of which are rainbow courts and excellent for coaching) as well as a great bar and gym. The club also plays host to one of the most competitive BSPA squash tournaments in the circuit. Visit the regularly updated website http://www.bostonsquash.co.uk/index.html for all the latest news and information.

Grantham Squash and Fitness Centre: The club has excellent facilities and a great bar. Racketball is beginning to take off with the club recently starting there first internal racketball box leagues. With several club coaches including Martin Gipson and Leckie Dow running racketball courses and being available for individual coaching lessons this is a great club to be at if you want to improve your game. http://www.granthamsquash.co.uk/

Lindum Squash Club: The club has 3 courts including a glassback show court and recently hosted the Lincoln Racketball Open which proved to be a huge success. The squash club has a friendly atmosphere and is very welcoming and with the committee firmly behind the growth of racketball at the club the sport is set to become a major part of the club in the near future.  http://www.lindumsquash.co.uk/lincoln-racketball-tournament.html will take you straight to the clubs racketball tournament page on the website.

Spalding and District Squash Club: 4 squash courts including a glass back, many racketball members and leagues. For more information call 01775725903 or visit the clubs website at http://www.spalding-squash.co.uk/


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Heswall Squash Rackets Club: Racketball is in its infancy at the club, and they are very keen to see it grow.There is a racketball mix-in on Wednesday mornings. Some racketball is also played on the Sun and Fri mix-in's. If you are not a member of the club you can still go to the Friday or Sunday mixins on three occasions for free. They are hoping to start a Racketball Team soon. If anyone is interested in playing racketball in the League, please contact Dave Beecham. There is a Racketball Box League at the club and a ladder will be starting shortly. For more details visit their website at, http://heswall-squash.merseyside.org/

Neston Cricket Club: Racketball is the fastest growing section at Neston Cricket Club. We have a thriving social section with Club nights on Wednesday and Sunday from 6pm although there is plenty of action any day of the week on one of our 3 courts. Tuesday night is team night and we have a strong team competing in the Merseyside League. We are also becoming a hub for the Regional League and Social Exhibition Matches. The aim for the 2011/12 season is to enter more teams in the league and also compete in the National Club Championship. Our recent success has been down to encouraging participation at every level so come on down for a hit.


Finchley Manor Tennis, Squash and Health Club: There are four courts and an active racketball section, with currently 4/5 leagues. There are also hold regular racketball evenings. If you are interested in playing racketball please call Lisa Smith on 020 8346 1327. end_of_the_skype_highligFor more details visit the website at: http://www.finchleymanor.com/

Oakleigh Park Lawn Tennis & Squash Club: There are currently four internal leagues with about 20 regular players and an annual racketball tournament. There are two glass back and two hard back courts. For more information visit their website at: www.oakleighparkclub.co.uk






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Broadland Squash Club: Situated on the edge of the Broads between Norwich and Great Yarmouth, Broadland Sports Club is easily accessible and there is ample free parking. Broadland Sports Club has three squash courts which have been refurbished with new floors and court heating. Broadland Sports Club has adult men's and ladies teams in four divisions through both the winter and summer leagues. Click here to view the website... http://www.broadlandsportsclub.co.uk/squash.htm


Daventry District Sports Club: There are five high quality courts. They have an active and growing membership and welcome new members at any time of the year. If you're interested in learning, playing and having fun with racketball then there is some kit available. For more details visit their website at, http://www.daventrysquash.co.uk/index.php

Kettering Rugby Squash Club: Coaching lessons are available from ex international Sam Willis for either group or individual sessions. They provide squash for players of all abilities, young, old, beginner or experienced alike. They are a friendly, sociable and supportive club and aim to support all players whatever their ability. For more details visit their website at, http://www.ketteringrugbyclub.com/main/?page_id=207

Lincoln Eastgate Tennis Squash & Bowls Club: Eastgate Squash Club is a Gold member of England Squash & Racketball and is open to members of all abilities with a thriving junior section. Many of the adult members play in the teams which participate in the County, Weekend and Notts Leagues. There are two squash courts. For more details visit their website at, http://www.eastgateclub.co.uk/

Oundle Squash Club: The club is friendly and relaxed and is keen to attract new members of all abilities. There are five courts available for squash or racketball seven days a week. There is free training for beginners and intermediate players. Monthly leagues and yearly tournaments offer competition open to all members, and for advanced players, our club team plays in the Peterborough & District League. For more details visit their website at, http://www.oundlesquashclub.co.uk/



Nottingham Squash Rackets Club: 10 well maintained courts with individual and group coaching sessions available. Call the NSRC office on 01159417022 and ask about racketball with Mark Fuller. http://www.nsrc.co.uk/news.php


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Abingdon Squash Rackets Club: Racketball is a major part of the club with many active members and established racketball box leagues. The club also offers racketball coaching and taster sessions. If you would like to try out the game racketball equipment can be borrowed from the club check out http://www.abingdon-squash.co.uk/ for more information.

Wallingford Squash Club: 86 High St, Wallingford, Oxfordshire OX10 0BX. For more information call:  01491 835 072


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Merriott Squash Club: Visit www.merriottsquashclub.co.uk for more details

Weston super Mare Squash and Racketball Club: Another club that has recently incorporated racketball into its title Weston Super Mare is a great little club with plenty of players of all ability ranging from absolute beginners so national age group champions. If your after racketball this is the place to be http://www.squashclub.freeuk.com/files/racketball.htm

The Lansdown Club, Bath: The club is working to increase the number of Racketball players and to attract new players.  If you fancy coming along to have a go free of charge then please contact Richard Coleman, Squash Coach.  All equipment can be provided. For more information visit their website at: http://www.lansdownclub.co.uk/index.html


Stourbridge Lawn Tennis and Squash Club:
A members club with 14 Tennis courts, 6 Squash courts and a state of the art gym.  Racketball has become a major part of the club and claims to have more female players than any other club in the midlands and possibly the UK as well. There are racketball mix in sessions and free crèche facilities four mornings a week. If your in the area this is a fantastic club to be a part of http://www.stourbridge-tennis-squash.co.uk/racketball_main.htm



Ipswich Sports Club: Thriving Racketball section in a club with 7 courts (5 glass backed). Internal box league, annual Championship and Club Night every Monday for all levels including complete newbies. Always keen to hear from other clubs looking for friendlies.www.ipswichsportsclub.co.uk


Ashtead Squash and Tennis Club: At ASTC there are racketball leagues and racketball competitions in conjunction with their annual squash tournament each spring. There is also racketball equipment which people may hire or buy. For more details visit their website at, http://www.ashteadsquash.org.uk

Dulwich Squash and Racketball Club: The club has a very active Racketball Section. They offer a competitive monthly Racketball league catering for players of all abilities as well as running a Ladies' Racketball Morning every Monday from 11 a.m - 1 p.m. This is open to both members and non-members at a cost of £5. It includes all equipment and coaching for anyone coming along. For more info check out the website at: http://www.dulwichsquash.co.uk/

Grafton Tennis and Squash Club: Grafton boasts three newly refurbished squash courts which are bookable for 45 minutes sessions. On Sunday night from 6-8pm they run a social squash evening, welcoming players of all standards. The head coach is Phil Nightingale. The club fields three men’s teams in the Surrey leagues. For more details visit their website at, http://graftontennisandsquash.co.uk

Purley Squash Club: Established almost 100 years ago, Purley Squash Club has a unique reputation as a club that is run for and by its members. Our squash facilities are among the best in Surrey and include two glass-backed courts, three traditional courts and a viewing gallery. There is an active and growing Racketball section here at Purley and rackets and balls are available from reception for hire. For more information visit their website at: http://www.purleysquashclub.co.uk

Surbiton Racket and Fitness Club: There are 4 heated/air conditioned courts. There are also leagues and teams, social mix in sessions, monthly social events and racketball sessions. Michael Hennings is the full time coach for both squash and racketball. For more details visit their website at, http://www.surbiton.org/


Chichester Racquets and Fitness Club: There are internal leagues catering for beginners and upwards. The club competes at the top level in the Sussex Leagues and has Vets teams in the Hampshire Leagues. The Club also has its own Racketball section, with teams, internal leagues and Club Championships. For more details visit their website at, http://www.crafc.co.uk

Littlehampton Badminton and Squash Club: The Club has a long history of squash playing and supports three teams in local leagues as well as having internal leagues throughout the season. Recently some members have started to play racketball and England Squash & Racketball are keen to develop both games within the Club. The Club has qualified coaches available, and also encourages members to gain coaching qualifications through England Squash & Racketball. For more details visit their website at, http://www.lbsc.org.uk/

The Brighton Health and Racquet Club: Part of the Esporta group the club has excellent facilities and a growing racketball membership. Check out the Esporta website for more information http://www.esporta.com/default.asp



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Ardencote Manor Hotel and Country Club - The 3 glass-backed Squash and Racketball Courts have been at the heart of the Ardencote Leisure since being built in 1981. We have a strong competitive element with a collection of teams playing in the Warwickshire Leagues and a healthy ladder system in place, however great emphasis is being placed on the aerobic benefits of a racquetball game. Under the co-ordination of our Racquet Liaison Officer, Rich Heath, the racquetball/squash workouts complement gym based activities very well. Click here for more info...

Birmingham Kings Heath Squash & Racketball Club
The club has two squash courts,and lots of other sports facility including cricket, tennis, bowls, archery, football, snooker and hockey. The club runs racketball classes to Juniors & adults in the weekends. Fathi Seliman level three squash& racketball coach. Fathi's coaching racketball in the club,and happy to help or to book a session please call him on: 07593825731 (fhussein68@sky.com) please check the club website Kings Heath Cricket and Sports Club has a choice of sports for all ages and abilities, why not take a look at what we have to offer by clicking on www.kingsheathsquashclub.co.uk

Coventry and North Warwickshire Squash Club: There are 6 well maintained traditional courts which can all be viewed from above.
This friendly club is open to squash players of all ages and abilities. New members are always welcome. If you would like to try the facilities before joining contact Mo Sarwar. Squash Coaching is with Mo Sarwar who is an England Squash Level 4(Elite) Coach. For more details visit their website at, http://www.coventrysquash.co.uk/

Kenilworth Lawn Tennis & Squash Club: There are five courts which are used for both squash and racketball. All the courts are maintained in good condition and are properly heated. Spectator viewing is possible from a balcony above the courts. There is a Racketball Club Night each Sunday evening, from 5:50pm. Just turn up and join in, the fee is £1.00. For more details visit their website at, http://www.wordfair.co.uk/kltsc_new/html/main.htm

Leamington Lawn Tennis and Squash Club: There are 5 squash courts. All the courts are maintained in excellent condition, four are standard design with a generous balcony viewing whilst the fifth has a perspex backwall with tiered seating for 100 spectators. The club's squash coach is Barry Alder. For more details visit their website at, http://www.leamington-tennis-squash.co.uk/

The Warwick Boat Club: There is an active Squash section with over 100 members playing squash and racketball. They run a monthly squash league, a racketball ladder, annual team and individual competitions and enter teams into the Warwickshire Squash winter and summer leagues. There are two squash courts situated alongside the main pavilion. For more details visit their website at, http://www.warwickboatclub.co.uk/

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Edgbaston Priory Club: The largest squash club in the country with spectacular facilities including a great gym and outdoor swimming pool. Racketball at the club is well organised with numerous sessions available and a specific racketball coach and former national champion Rob Shay. Call the club office on 0121 4402492 or visit  http://www.edgbastonpriory.com/index.asp for more details. The club also plays host to the British National Racketball Championships which has really helped the sports growth and development at the club, there are now many of the country’s top racketball players based at the club.

Wolverhampton Lawn Tennis and Squash Club: With 7 courts and a great tradition in the world of squash from Premier League, Midlands League and a 2* PSA event racketball is yet to get off the ground. In October the club will host at UK-Racketball event and hopefully this will help to bring the racketball revolution to Wolverhampton, we will keep you posted. http://www.wltsc.com/squash.asp





Stourport Tennis and Squash Club: The club has 4 courts with many keen racketball players. There are also ladies racketball mornings (with coffee in the bar) every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday run by the clubs head coach Luke Rawlins who is 10 times county champion. http://www.stasc.co.uk/


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Barnsley Squash Club: With a membership of approximately three hundred the club has a good mix of male, female, student and junior players and for the latter there is free coaching throughout the season plus a summer school. They field teams in both the Yorkshire Leagues and Sheffield and District Leagues and run their own internal leagues and club championships for members. For more information check out their website at: http://www.shawlane.com/squash.htm

Chapel Alerton Tennis and Squash Club: Is one of the hot spots for racketball in the UK. With over 600 squash and racketball members (a number that continues to grow annually) and the introduction of 2 new glass back show courts hopefully Chapel Alerton will continue to expand. The club often hosts many off the major northern racketball events and has many of the county’s leading players as members. Check out http://www.chapel-a.co.uk/Racketball.aspx for more information.

Dunnington Squash Club: The club offers excellent facilities. There are 3 courts available, 1 of which is a glass back court with good viewing. All 3 courts have recently been refurbished. See their website for more details at: http://www.dunningtonsquash.org.uk/index.php?id=

Ferriby Hall Squash Club: Racketball is becoming increasing popular at Ferriby Hall and the sport is helping to continue the clubs tradition of being friendly and family orientated. The 3 court club is at the heart of the community and is positioned right next to the local pub and restaurant. http://temp.ferribysquashorg.officelive.com/default.aspx

Hallamshire Tennis and Squash Club: Possibly the best junior program in the country with over 100 children playing regularly. John Mullins the Hallamshires head coach is also available for both group and individual adult sessions, call 01142662153 for more information. http://www.hallamshiretennis.co.uk/

Harrogate Squash and Fitness Centre: HSFC is the premier facility of it's kind in North Yorkshire. There are 4 excellent squash/racketball courts as well as a gym, studio and bar. They are dedicated to increasing the popularity of racketball and have an ESRA professional coach on site and run internal racketball leagues as well as a dedicated ladies racketball session on a Tuesday morning. For more information visit our website http://www.harrogatesfc.co.uk or email info@harrogatesfc.co.uk.

Heaton Tennis & Squash Club: Located in Bradford it is a private members club run by the members with full time professional staff for the benefit of the members. In 2003 they won the National racketball championship. There are 7 squash courts including 2 glass backs. Racketball or Squash coaching is available. Heaton welcomes all new members whether you are a highly competitive player or just want to play for fun. For a tour of their facilities or a complementary game call 01274 541508. For more information visit their website at: http://www.heatontennissquash.co.uk/index.htm

Huddersfield Lawn Tennis and Squash Club: Whether you are an established player, a weekly hacker or someone totally new to the game HLTSC is the ideal club to meet your squash playing needs. Our Head Squash & Racketball coach, David Hymas offers squash and racketball coaching on an individual and group basis for all ages and abilities. There are internal Racketball Leagues and 5 heated squash court, 2 glass backed. For more details visit their website at, http://www.hltsc.co.uk/

Hull & East Riding Squash Club: The Hull & East Riding Squash Club is a committee led members club. The Club is recognised as one of the foremost in Yorkshire, being a founder member of the Yorkshire League. The club boasts five courts, four traditional and one exhibition court, all in traditional white. For more details visit the website at: http://www.hersquash.co.uk

Phoenix Squash Club: Racketball is very popular at Phoenix club. The club has 2 courts a friendly and welcoming atmosphere call 01484 664 884 for more information. http://www.silvercloud.co.uk/phoenix/

Rothwell Squash Club: The club offers facilities for players of all standards from juniors and beginners up to first team Yorkshire League players. The club has a glass backed show court and 2 enclosed courts with viewing gallery, there is also a gym for playing members. The club fields 10 teams in the Leeds metro squash leagues, and now has 2 Yorkshire league teams. For more details visit their website at, http://rothwellsquashclub.co.uk/

Thornton Dale Squash Club: There are seven mini-leagues, played monthly between club members. It also runs three mens teams and one womens team in the York and District Squash League. For more details visit their website at, http://www.thorntondalesquash.co.uk/

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