Court booking slots are for 45 min. The first court starts at 09.30 on weekdays, 08.45 on Sat (coaching all morning), and 11.00 on Sun. The last court starts at 21.30 each day.
Peak periods are from 17.00 Sun-Fri, and all day Sat.
Court fees for adult memberships are £5 peak and £2.50 off-peak. There are reduced rates for juniors.
The visitor fee is £2.50.
Tournaments & Club Night
Club Night, the Club Championship and Plate and the Handicap Tournament are all free. Other tournaments and team matches etc are paid for by manually transferring money from your account to one of the Club accounts. You do this from Your Information, Your Booking Account.
For team match see Teams. Other club accounts are all listed under ‘ASC’.
|1001||ASC – Coaching||Your share of the normal court fees|
|1002||ASC – Tournaments||Your half of the normal court fees|
|1004||ASC – Miscellaneous||As appropriate|
Squash Club members must be members of the Adel War Memorial Association, but subscription fees for both are paid via an third-party online portal.
Current subscription fees and links to the portal are below. Note that you only pay the AWMA fee once if you belong to multiple sections. There are details on the Membership page of the AWMA website.
|Membership Category||Squash Fee||AWMA Fee|
|Junior (under 18)||£20||£25|
In addition, new members are required to pay a returnable deposit for their door entry key fob. This is done separately, from your court booking account. After charging your online booking account from a debit card, manually transfer the fee to the following Club account. You do this from Your Information, Your Booking Account.
|9000||Door Entry System Returnable Deposit||£10|
Most courts are paid for automatically when they are booked. Where it is necessary for courts to be paid for manually, such as for coaching, you should remember to pay before you play. Otherwise you may get an automatic fine of £10 applied to your account.
The annual subscription falls due on 1st Oct each year. Members must pay by this date to ensure continued access to the booking system.