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Aldermaston Lawn Tennis Club

Located in Reading, Aldermaston Lawn Tennis Club is a sub-section of the AWE Recreational Society. The club has the use of 4 good quality grass courts, which are open from May to September. There are also 3 red shale courts which are available all year round.  As well as 2 hard courts at Pamber Heath, which are available from October to March.

 

Social Play

From April until September, there are club nights every Monday, Wednesday and Friday evening from 6pm. During the winter months, courts are available for members to arrange their own games, weather permitting.

 

Coaching

Sadly, there is no coaching on offer at the club. however, there’s plenty of options locally, so you may want to consider other clubs if coaching is at the top of your list.

 

Competitive Tennis

For those who are more competitive in nature there is an annual club tournament in July. In addition to this, the club also enters a number of teams in the Basingstoke summer and winter leagues.

 

Membership

Membership of the AWE Recreational Society is required to be a Aldermaston Lawn Tennis Club member. However this affordable and a few different options are available.

 

Extras

As a member of AWE, you can benefit from other sections such as Squash, Football, Rugby, as well as many others. You can also use the bar and  social facilities. It’s well worth it!

Outdoor Courts: 7

    • Grass: 4
    • Shale: 3

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      Address:
      AWE Recreational Society, Aldermaston, Reading, Berkshire, RG7 4PR
      Telephone:
      01189 827614
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