Get stuck into sport at The Pavilion at BOSC this autumn

Just because the summer is over, it doesn’t mean you can’t get out there and enjoy playing sports in Whitehill & Bordon this autumn. The Pavilion at BOSC offers a huge range of sporting facilities to suit all ages, tastes, and abilities.


What better way to spend a crisp autumn morning than with a game of tennis with family or friends? The Pavilion at BOSC boasts two superb hard outdoor tennis courts that can be booked for just £10 an hour. You will need to provide your own racquets and balls.


The fabulous French pastime of petanque dates all the way back to Ancient Greece and Egypt. Here in England, we’ve got a strong tradition of garden bowls, but petanque is far more accessible and, many would say, more fun for all the family. The Pavilion at BOSC recently unveiled its petanque facilities, and there are even three different clubs who compete there, should you want to turn your favourite new hobby into a competitive battle of wits and skill.


There are three different football clubs playing at The Pavilion at BOSC this autumn, and you’re invited to get involved in whichever one suits you best. The adult team is Whitehill & Bordon FC. But there are also tw kids teams – Prosper Under 10s Outlaws and Prosper Under 9s Raiders, both of which welcome boys and girls alike.

Kids Playground

Alongside sport, the Pavilion at BOSC also boasts a brilliant kids playground in its carpark. It’s open from 9am Mon-Fri, and 11am Sat-Sun.


Cricket season may be coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start getting involved with the Pavilion’s very own Headley Cricket Club which is always open to new social and playing members. Reach out today to start preparations for the next season when long summer days will be made quintessentially English with the irresistible sound of leather on willow.

Food, drink, and socialising

If sport isn’t your thing, you can still head down to the Pavilion at BOSC to enjoy the bountiful offerings of delicious food and drink from its bar and restaurant, whether it’s a welcome lunch after a long autumnal walk through Whitehill & Bordon’s enviable green space, or a few late-night drinks to see in the weekend.