With Plan B, full squash is on but take care with COVID-19 Omicron in the air!
England Squash has responded to the government announcement on 8th December about Plan B to slow down the spread of COVID-19 Omicron in England from Monday 13th December 2021.
Plan B does not change our coronavirus policy but please respect ...
For those of you waiting to get back on court to play full squash with anyone, now is the time.
England Squash has confirmed the government announcement that Monday 19th July will see an end to almost all COVID-19 restrictions in England but our coronavirus policy remains in place for the health and safety of our ...
Welcome back to the club and getting back to playing squash in line with the latest Government Guidelines.
Please see the following table for activities that are permitted from the 12th April and over the coming months:
The Spencer Squash Club coronavirus (COVID-19) policy is in line with guidelines ...
Welcome back to the club and getting back to squash in line with government tier guidelines. The table shown at the top of this post (England Squash - Guidance for clubs, venues and coaches) summarises activities permitted in each tier.
*Note: Support bubbles are different from squash bubbles.
**Note: School, ...
Following yesterday's vote in the House of Commons, England Squash has issued the announcement below that all Squash Clubs/venues must close from the 5th November, for a four-week national lockdown until the 2nd December. This means that all play is suspended until 2 December at the earliest.
What does this mean ...
We are looking forward to welcoming you back to the club and getting back to squash.
The Squash Committee and the Club have been working on preparing the squash courts for getting back to squash in line with guidelines provided by the governing body, England Squash, and have implemented a coronavirus (COVID-19) policy ...