Based within the grounds of Ceddesfeld Hall in Sedgefield, easily accessible to other local villages and towns in South East Durham area. This long established club has 2 well maintained courts, and is currently planning a 3rd court.
We have successful and active mens, ladies and junior sections and have a range of competitive leagues both internally and playing against other local clubs in the Durham & Cleveland Squash Rackets Association.
The club is a section of the Sedgefield Community Association and members have access to the bar and facilities at Ceddesfeld Hall.
Why not come and join us?
One-on-one coaching sessions are available from our level 2 qualified coaches upon request. Additionally, over the course of the year a number of group coaching sessions, aimed at different standards, are held to help beginners and advanced players alike brush up on their techniques.
Individual adult coaching sessions are available from our own England Squash level 2 qualified and insured coaches:
Peter Redshaw, Chris Rowsby, Stephen Rowsby, Simon Hill, Craig Weatherspoon & James Knowlson.
Group coaching is undertaken on a Saturday morning by England Squash qualified coaches. Coaching groups are organised as follows:
10.00–11.00am: Intermediate 2
11.00–12.00pm: Intermediate 1
We have an established committee who meet on a regular basis. The members are:
Neil Bunney: Chairman
Shaun Bottomley: H&S Officer & League Secretary
Kevin Heyhurst: Treasurer
Simon Hill: Junior Committee Officer
Stephen Larke: Safeguarding Officer
Stephen Rowsby: Club Captain
Julia & Chris Rowsby: DCSRA Contact & Club Secretary
Sue Smith: Membership Secretary
Sedgefield Squash Club is a small friendly club, and various social events are held throughout the year. The annual presentation evening, held after finals night always has a great family atmosphere, where trophies are awarded along with the now traditional "DATFAs", which recognise members achievements or mishaps away from the squash court! The club is affiliated to Sedgefield Community Association, and members can enjoy a post-game drink at the Ceddesfeld Hall bar - next door to the squash club.
Sedgefield Squash Club is committed to providing a safe environment for players and visitors to the club. The Club Committee is responsible for providing this safe environment and for complying with relevant legislation.
1. Health & Safety Policy
2. Equity Policy
3. Child & Vulnerable Persons Protection Policy
4. Child Protection Good Practice Guidelines
5. Photograph and Video Policy
6. Social Media Policy
7. Coaches Code of Conduct
8. Referees Code of Conduct
9. Volunteers Code of Conduct
10. Parents Code of Conduct
11. Juniors Code of Conduct
12. Incident &Accident Procedure
(DCSRA – Durham & Cleveland Squash Rackets Association – County Squash Body)