Club History

Comberton Village College Squash Club was formed at a meeting held on 22nd April 1971, when permission was obtained to use the college's number one court on Wednesday evenings 7 – 10 p.m.

This court was provided for the Members of Comberton Village College (CVC) and the Youth Centre, as a result of the generosity of Mr MacFarlane Grieve, Chairman of the Governing Body of CVC when it opened in January 1960.

The first Chairman, Mr C. Crow, and some 25 members paid 50p each to play.

Interest in playing squash grew, and by the first Squash Club Annual General Meeting on 21st September 1971, Saturday and Sunday morning playing times had been negotiated, accompanied by an agreement to set the Annual Subscription at £2!!

In 1983 a second court was added, paid for by the members of the Squash Club.

In 1987 a further court was added, paid for by the members of the Squash Club.

In April 2017 a formal agreement was reached between CVC and the Squash Club to allow the Squash Club to manage, use and maintain the courts in a 30 year lease.

Written into the lease was a stipulation that CVC generally had unrestricted access to 2 of courts duringschool hours, with the option of use of the 3rd court and extended use outside school hours at the discretion of the Squash Club Committee. The Squash Club manages the court booking on behalf of CVC and entrance via a key fob system.