Sennen Community Centre

sponsored by The Old Boathouse

Small Hall / Squash Court

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Our small hall which is primarily a squash court is approximately 10 meters in length by 6.5 meters wide. The room has recently undergone a complete refurb including a new roof, ceiling, floor, and a fresh lick of paint.

The room costs £5 per hour to hire out and is perfect for games of squash and racket ball but can also be hired out for a range of other activities too including but not limited to:

  • Dance Classes
  • Yoga
  • Pilates
  • Martial Arts
  • Roller Skating
  • Fitness Classes

Hiring The Space

The quickest way to hire the Main Hall is via our online booking portal by clicking the “book here” button below which will guide you through the steps to make a booking.

If it is your first time making a booking at the hall you will be asked to create an account, which only takes a moment to do.
You can also book the hall by contacting Wynne on 07934420457 or via email at
Check the list of current bookings on our agenda calendar for the current week to see what’s on and when the hall is available to hire. If there is an activity listed that you’d like to try, click on it for that clubs contact details.

Use the < > arrows to select the previous or next weeks schedule. You may need to scroll down to see the entire weeks bookings.

Popular Activities

The small hall is very popular with Racket Ball and Squash players as well as yoga and pilate instructors. Check out the popular activities below for more information.
Racketball is one of the UK’s fastest growing sport! It is played on any regular squash court and is similar to squash.
Squash is a high-speed racket-and-ball sport played by two or four players in a four-walled court.
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Yoga / Pilates

Yoga develops inner awareness. It focuses your attention on your body’s abilities whilst building strength and flexibility.
This space has recently undergone a significant refurbishment, with the help of Cornwall Community Foundation who very kindly provided us with a grant of £2000 to help towards the costs.
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