We are extremely proud of our history.
The Club was built on the site of Bourne Lodge, Farnham, on land purchased from Colonel Phillips in the early 1920s at a cost of £433. Funds for building courts and premises were raised by debentures issued in the amount of £2,500. The first Committee meeting was held on 7th January 1923. Members of the Committee were duly elected, with Sir Stanley Bois becoming the first President, Major Lonsdale the Hon. Secretary and Mr Brierley the Hon. Treasurer. It was unanimously resolved that the Club be called The Bourne Club, and a total of 160 members were recorded.
Further historical information can be found below
The Bourne Club is widely known for it’s racquet sports. However, we offer many other facilities for members to enjoy. These include bridge sessions, a gym and various classes ranging from Pilates to Zumba.
After your chosen activity why not stop and relax in our licensed Club lounge.
Full Weekly Programme
The Club offers a wide variety of weekly activities. To view all that is on offer and to contact one of the coaches, please click on the link below.
Club Volunteer Roles
Please see below for Club TORs: