Training carries on all year round with a small break in September.  We split the year into summer and winter training schedules. If we have to cancel any sessions because of the weather, or for any other  reason, we will aim to put messages on our website and facebook pages.

Summer Training

From late March to early September we train outdoors on two evenings a week at either Imberhorne Upper School on Imberhorne Lane in East Grinstead or at Sackville School in East Grinstead.

All Tuesday and Thursday sessions run from 1900 to 2015 and are for school years 6 and above (including adult athletes).

Tuesday from late March to late April and then from mid August to early September at Imberhorne Upper School.

Tuesday from late April to mid August at Sackville School.

All Thursday sessions are at Imberhorne Upper School.

We run the Academy (school years 4 and 5) on a Saturday from 11-mid-day at Imberhorne Upper School.  Spaces are limited so please contact to register your interest.

Winter Training

From early October to late March we train outdoors at Imberhorne Upper School on Imberhorne Lane in East Grinstead on Thursday evenings and at the East Court playing fields on Sunday mornings.

1900 – 2015 : school years 6 and above
1030 – 11.45 : open to all athletes at East Court Mansion.

We also have indoor circuit sessions during the winter.

Matches and Leagues

We compete in a number of leagues for our different age groups. We do need to make it clear that if your child comes to training regularly then we expect them to compete for us in these various league matches. If they do not compete regularly we may cancel their membership.

Training Fees

Training fees are £2 per session.  A season pass can be purchased in April which covers the year.


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