Beaconsfield Squash Club Awarded Silver Clubmark Status
Beaconsfield Squash Club were awarded Silver Clubmark status on 3rd July 2012 by England Squash & Racketball.
Sport England’s Clubmark is a national standard for all sports clubs to aspire to and is widely recognised by potential funders, schools and other potential partners that can help clubs grow. If a club has achieved Clubmark status, you know that it has excellent facilities, offers a welcoming environment, sets high standards in child protection and works closely with local schools to develop the future generations of squash and racketball players.
Beaconsfield Squash Club offer a varied programme of activities for all ages and abilities including ladies racketball mornings, junior and senior sessions, playball sessions for young children, golf days and are regularly involved in local community events.
The club offer both their junior and senior members the opportunity to play in internal leagues, external leagues and also County leagues. For the more social members, the club has a bar and provides many social activities and has a fun and friendly atmosphere.
Special thanks should be mentioned to Nigel McNeil from Beaconsfield Squash Club, who has worked very hard to ensure the club achieved their Clubmark status.
Amanda Robinson, England Squash & Racketball South Regional Manager, said “I’m delighted to award Beaconsfield with the Silver Clubmark status; they have worked incredibly hard over the last year to start new sessions, attract new members and provide a friendly and welcoming club. The Club have achieved a fantastic standard that they should be very proud of, well done to all involved.”
For more information or if you would like to join Beaconsfield Squash Club, contact David Stamp, Club Manager, on 01494 671307.
If your squash club would like to become a Clubmark accredited club, please contact your Regional Office.