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Cornhill Squash Club Communication - Please Read

To All Members of the Cornhill Squash Club

The Cornhill Squash Club Committee is currently exploring options to relocate the Club’s premises to a new, more accessible and modern facility in the local area.

At this stage in the Committee’s discussions, it is right that we share our thoughts and actions with the whole of the Cornhill membership to advise you of both the background and the potential future for the Club. Please note that, whatever the future holds for Cornhill, it will not affect the forthcoming 2021-22 season and could indeed take a very long period of time before any changes to the Club or its location are possible.

Squash has been played at Cornhill for nearly 100 years and the present Cornhill Squash Club was formed as a Trust in 1970, so we have a long and interesting heritage to consider when debating the future of squash in the area.

The terms of the 1970 Conveyance of the squash court signed up to by the five Trustees at the time included the requirement to obtain the consent of both the inhabitants of the Parish of Pattishall and the Department of Education if ever the Cornhill Squash Club Committee agreed that the playing of squash at the Cornhill property should cease, for whatever reason.

Please take a few minutes to read the attached Resolution that has been agreed by the Club Committee as this will provide you with the basis as to why the Committee believes that the time is now right to consider options for continuing to play squash elsewhere.

This Resolution is designed to assist the Committee to progress to two important and necessary facets of any future proposal. It will enable the inhabitants of the Pattishall Parish to vote either in favour or against a proposal to discontinue the playing of squash at Cornhill. Should this vote be in favour of discontinuance, the Committee can then seek the additional consent of the Department of Education. Both of these parties are named in Clause 10 of the Conveyance Schedule from 1970 that you will see in full on the second page of the Resolution.

Once the Committee has these two consents, there can then be discussions as to the future location for the playing of squash. Without these two consents, our hands are tied and the long term future for squash at Cornhill would be at great risk, given the Committee’s reasoning within the Resolution wording.

Ultimately, the Committee’s aim is to ensure that any future decisions regarding the location of the squash club and the associated facilities are within the authority of the Committee of Cornhill Squash Club and without any reliance upon external parties for consent or support, unless they are to the direct benefit of the Club’s membership.

As members of the Cornhill Club, we ask that you support the Committee’s intentions in this respect. If you have any questions or comments, please put them in writing as a response back to this communication on email by midnight on Tuesday 28th September 2021 at the latest. Committee members will also be available on the two key change dates on 26th and 28th September, should you wish to discuss in person.

Many thanks for taking the time to read through this message and the attached Resolution.

Regards

The Cornhill Squash Club Committee

20/09/2021

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