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Most Asked


Am I eligible to join?
Everyone is welcome, as long as we have room. Your standard of play does not matter, provided you are able to serve and to keep a simple rally going in social play. You can join straightaway, or you can play up to three times as a visitor (except Saturday mornings which are for junior coaching) before deciding whether you wish to join.

When should I come to see about joining?
On Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday and Friday mornings between 10:00am and 12 noon throughout the year there is normally a committee member present to help with queries, as also on Wednesday evenings from about 6:30 pm. On most of these occasions (except Saturday mornings which are for junior coaching) there will be people playing, so you might like to bring a racquet in case.

NOTE :  during the lockdown the above will not apply.  When you apply to join we will discuss with you the best way of getting an introduction to the club

Do I need to book a court?
No. Club members may use the available courts at any time without booking; and in social sessions we play a set and then mix people around. Everyone who turns up gets a game.

NOTE : during the lockdown a booking system is in operation.

What courts do you have?
The Club has 4 carpet courts, all with floodlighting.

What competitive tennis does the Club run?
In the summer there are five Gents and three Ladies teams, and we have four Mixed teams in a winter league. We run a club tournament in September, with level singles and handicapped doubles events.  A singles ladder now runs throughout the year.

Can I get coaching?
The Club Coach is Feri Hooshyar ( 07976888904). Coaching is mainly for Juniors but we also run adult sessions according to demand. Ring  Feri  with any coaching queries you may have.

What social events are there?
During the summer we have occasional fun 'American' tournaments with barbecue or hotpot lunches or suppers; other social events take place from time to time, including our annual New Year dinner.

Do you have a Welfare Officer and Safeguarding Policy?

Yes.  The Welfare Officer is Val Helliar -



What does it cost to join?
Full membership is currently reduced to £121 p.a. (to end of March 2021) because of present circumstances. You should check with our Membership Secretary, Amanda Friedland, ( )  about concessions (e.g. for students or if you join during the season). Please also note that, if you play under floodlights, you will be asked to contribute to the lighting costs.

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