Two squash courts are housed in a separate building next to the Clubhouse. Both the men’s and ladies’ changing rooms have exit doors leading to the courts which were built in the late 1960s.
The courts have always been well maintained and the facilities have been greatly improved over the years. A higher roof was installed in the late 1990s to provide not only more space (for lob strokes) but also to enable better lighting.
More recently major engineering works were carried out to prevent the building and the courts from flooding which had occurred periodically. Now, when water levels rise, underground pumps are triggered into action to remove the flood threat.
Spectators can watch squash matches on both courts from an upstairs viewing gallery. A regular maintenance programme for the walls, floors, and lighting ensures that the courts rank with the best in Warwickshire.
Noticeboards on squash and racketball are located in the squash building and in the Clubhouse.