LAMBS  
Wimbledon of Squash-
Centre of Excellence
in Olympic 2012 capital 1, Lamb's Passage, Islington,
London, EC1Y 8LE
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SAVE LAMBS   
Stop the Chop -  a team effort    
 
 FLASH: ISLINGTON COUNCIL ELECTIONS - ALL CHANGE
613 objections filed so far - deadline extended

 Campaigns by Lambs Squash Club members and supporters to save the Wimbledon of Squash from redevelopment
retaining  it as a centre of Squash excellence. First year, campaign started Easter 2005 - save-lambs-squash-club.co.uk 

 

     Save Lambs is backed by:
    Rt Hon Richard Caborn Sports Minister;

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ISLINGTON SOUTH AND FINSBURY LABOUR MP EMILY THORNBERRY WANTS LAMBS SAVED READ HER LETTER 
SPORTS MINISTER RICHARD CABORN JOINS BID TO STOP SLAUGHTER OF THE LAMBS
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NEXT STAGE: Islington Council Elections - 4 May 2006 HERE FOR THE CAMPAIGN TO LOBBY COUNCILLORS IN ALL WARDS TO SAVE LAMBS, Want our votes and those of our friends? Save our club!  USE THIS INFO
email the Mayor of Islington Cllr Jonathan Dearth

Nick Rider, Chief Executive England Squastold the authority April 14 2006, that Lambs has a "glorious past and a significant present". He noted that once saved Lambs could benefit from "a 250k investment as part of England Squash/Sport England Community Club Development Programme to develop and sustain links between schools and squash clubs".
Here is his full letter

England Squash (the game's governing body in England) earlier urged Islington's South Area Planning Subcommittee to REJECT THE ARGUMENTS ADVANCED IN FAVOUR OF REDEVELOPMENT of Lambs Squash Club out of hand. 
It said a report by Pan Leisure, commissioned by the developer and accepted by an Islington Planning officer as a valid justification for authorising the total loss of Lambs Squash Club, was
"ill-informed, inaccurate and highly misleading".
QUOTE: "I would draw your attention to the contents of the report by Pan Leisure, commissioned by Clan in support of their application, and specifically to the ill-informed, inaccurate and highly misleading comments about squash in this country..."
Nick Rider, Chief Executive England Squash
 Here is the full letter

Here as a PDF is Pan Leisure's controversial and disputed report on the state of UK squash and of Lambs (thanks NS)

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