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Three Training Zones

The Yard, Weights & Cardio room

Over 25 classes per week

strength, stamina, power

The Racquets Bar & Lounge

Relax, unwind & socialise

Squash & Racket ball

Learn to play & you'll Love the game

Racquets Creche

Activities for all ages



Upcoming Events

Junior squash drop-in sessions

Coaching, playing and training for an hour or two for all standards.
When: Mon December 18 – Fri December 22

New year One day junior squash Tournament

Our first One Day Tournament of 2018! Let’s start the new year with a BANG with competitive match play and the chance to play against new opponents. Games to be played and prizes to be won! All juniors of all standards, from beginners to advanced. It’s not an official England Sanctioned event but is welcome for juniors from everywhere.
When: Wed January 3


Latest News

  • 12DEC


    Quiz night success December 2017

    Well done to the winning team at the Racquets Xmas Quiz Night on Friday 8th December 2017 pictured below. Thanks to Mike and Anne for a interesting spicy quiz. Thanks all for supporting, we raised over £200 for Cancer Research UK. Don’t forget to have a go on the hamper Xmas prize draw, also in

  • 10DEC


    Ollie’s commitment reaps rewards

    Ollie Cartwright’s commitment to encouraging others to play squash at Racquets Fitness Centre gets him shortlisted for Young Volunteer of the Year 2017 in the Oxfordshire Sports Awards. The average life of a 13-year-old will generally involve keeping up with mounds of homework, trying out every new after school club going and spending time on

  • 10DEC


    Snowy conditions 10th Dec : club closing at 1pm

    We have been open as usual this morning but as very few members braved the snow so far we are closing at 1pm.  So no squash club night later.  

  • 10DEC


    Victory for Racquets coaches at Nottingham Racketball tournament

    Well done to Chloe Marshall – winner of the Ladies Open Nottingham Racketball Tournament 2017 and to Simon Martin – winner of the Mens O45s.

  • 09DEC


    Gemma’s story can inspire us all

    RACE FOR LIFE COMPLETED AFTER LOSING 7 STONE – WELL DONE GEMMA Gemma accepts that she was always the bigger one from a very young age.  A love of food and an aversion to exercise committed Gemma to a vicious cycle that ensured that by the time she was at University she was 21 stone.