Fair Oak Squash and Racketball Club is a community members club that can offer residents a high quality facility for playing racket sports, keeping fit in the gym and also enjoying the social side of membership with regular events held at the club and in the bar.

The club can also offer the community a venue for various daytime activities for groups to meet up at a very low cost.  The lounge / bar area can seat around 15-20 people with tea and coffee facilities available. The squash courts during the day can be used for other purposes such as fitness and mobility classes.  

Improvements to the building are being planned for later in the year in 2017 which will provide a refurbished club, with a new fitness room, better changing rooms and a new club frontage and entrance.

If your group would like to work with our club as a day time venue for whatever activity you have in mind then please contact us by email - fairoaksquash@gmail.com

Fair Oak Squash & Racketball Club is working in partnership with Eastleigh Borough Council and 
Fair Oak & Horton Heath Parish Council.


Fair Oak Squash and Racketball Club
Community Engagement - Stewart Chandler (Secretary)

Our engagement with the community is a new project for 2017 following our initial work with Fair Oak Parish and Eastleigh Borough Councils and our progress towards making this a success will be logged here. 

Work by the club committee to place a bid for funding to improve the club under the local development grant.

October 2016
Part funding grant approved and initial work started to plan the works with specialist local architect. More details on the proposed development works can be viewed HERE.

January 2017
New Year New You - FOS&RC runs it's first Eastleigh Council rackets introductory programme.

Spring 2017
Plans approved and tendering process commences with a view to building works starting in the summer.

Initial planning starts on community engagement with appointment of club community officer and meeting with Fair Oak Parish to scope out opportunities for future work.

May 2017
Community Village Treasure Hunt - Organised by FOS&RC Junior Section in partnership with the local Scout group, this event is open to all local children to take part in.

January 2018
Club refurbishment completed! FOS&RC is now open for business as a community access membership club.

April 2018 - January 2019
Community Plan - We are well on target for re-payment ahead of schedule. 

April 2019
Community Plan - Value of grant has been realised ahead of the projected time frame.