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I'm moving to London in a months time. I've found a place that is about 5 mins walk from Paddington station. I'd really like to find some squash courts nearby.. I've seen a few gyms, but with membership prices, I'd rather join one centre that has both a Gym and some squash courts, rather than having to join two places.

Any Londoners out there that can help?

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Welcome to travel.SE. I don't think that this question is related to travel. Secondly I'll let Londoners clarify this but the question is how far would you be willing to travel to such a gym, may be it could be closer to your place of work or study, so clarification may be needed but again I don't think this is travel related. –  Karlson Jun 19 at 14:58
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This question appears to be off-topic because it is not about travel related issues. –  Karlson Jun 19 at 14:58
    
So if I rephrase to, "I'm traveling to London and want to play squash when I'm there" it would be on topic? I don't see how the circumstances of my stay in a place change the fact that I'm traveling to a new city and have a question about it? –  David Sigley Jun 19 at 15:47
    
Very simply. The difference being is that when you travel and you want to play squash you don't care as much about the location as when you live long in the some place long term where you would prefer to have a location closer to you where you live or work. And if the comment is true your question may not be answerable since for the city the size of London there may be dozens of places where you play squash. –  Karlson Jun 19 at 16:29
    
Googling "squash courts near paddington" finds paddington sports club. That also appears to have a gym. I've never been there though. –  Martin Smith Jun 19 at 18:10

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