The club has 4 courts which are available for booking from around 9am through to nearly 10pm. Courts are booked in the clubhouse on the booking machine situated in the corridor leading to Courts 1 and 2 or can also be booked over the internet here. Courts can be reserved for up to 2 weeks in advance.
Courts are released after 7:00pm at the club for booking in 14 days time and released for online booking at 09:00am the following morning.
Members are restricted to holding 4 unused peak-time court bookings per 14 day period.
Each session lasts for 45 minutes at a peak time cost (weekday evenings) of £4.00 and an off-peak cost of £2.50. The machine automatically switches on the court lights and heating for the sessions that have been booked.
Any problems with booking online, please advise Simon Townsend via email
Courts are generally available all through the week apart from a few slots reserved for team matches, junior coaching (Saturday morning) and club tournaments. The courts are available for all senior members to use every Saturday evening from around 6.00pm for a Club Night session. This is a ‘turn up and play’ event for a cost of only £1 and is great way to play new people and attracts a regular attendance by players of all standards.
iButtons for Booking Machine
To check bookings and court status, to load up credit on your account and to enable booking of squash courts on the booking machine itself, an iButton is required. These buttons are available from Simon Townsend on membership of the Club.
It is possible to cancel bookings already made and to re-open that court session for other members to book. If, and only if, the session is re-booked your own account will then be credited with the appropriate repayment.
Credit card bookings through PayPal
The booking system is now enabled to allow credit card payments through PayPal so that individual’s booking accounts can be topped up on line. There is a small charge for this facility which is debited at the time of making the payment. You can create a PayPal account here.