The club has 3 hard courts, 2 artificial clay and 3 artificial grass tennis court which are all floodlit, 4 mini red courts and a practice wall. Tokens for the floodlights are available from the Club Bar. Each token costs £2.00 and gives you between 20 and 25 minutes of light. The token meters are accessible from the club corridor.
The club house has a well stacked bar and is a good place to relax over a quiet drink. The numerous screens around the clubroom keep you up to date with live sporting events. Many social events are held here, of which the web site will keep you updated. Do come along and join in. We are always looking for new ideas for fund raising and social events.
We organise various tournaments throughout the year. Don’t worry if you haven’t got a partner as many of the tournaments have pairs organised on the day such as the very enjoyable and sociable American Mixed Doubles tournaments. Everyone is welcome and you will have a great time. Watch out for tournament information posted on this site or the club notice board.
We run 6 men’s teams and 7 ladies teams in the winter, and 6 men’s teams and 5 ladies teams in the summer. We also run 4 mixed teams. If you would like to be considered please contact the team captains.
Men’s Captain: Stephen Jones: 07742 626089
Ladies Captain: Sally Franks: 07903 584614
Mixed Captain: Stephen Jones: 07742 626089
There are adult beginner coaching sessions on Wednesday evenings from 7.00pm to 8.00pm, Thursday mornings at 9.45pm to 11.00pm. and again on Thursday evenings from 7.00pm to 8.00pm. Each session costs £5.00 and there is tea and coffee included on the morning session.
Ring coach James Griffiths to check on availability of places.
In addition to James, we also have 2 other coaches, Luke Petit and Fin Cook who as well as taking our junior coaching sessions, do individual coaching. Please contact James Griffiths for further details.
Who can play when?
Tuesday evening is club night. We play doubles (one set) then swap around. Just turn up from about 6.30pm onwards and wait by the clubhouse. When the people playing have finished their set you will hear someone shout ‘Anyone waiting?’ and you will be able to mix in. Those who play often stay around afterwards and have a drink at the bar so it’s a very sociable evening. If you are a beginner it is best to check with James he thinks you are ready to mix in on Tuesday evenings. The ability range varies and club members will always try to make the pairings as equal as they can.
In addition to Club Night on Tuesday , Monday and Friday night is Junior night, Wednesday is Men’s team practice and Adult coaching, and Thursday night is Ladies team practice and Adult coaching.