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Aldingbourne Tennis Club

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Aldingbourne Tennis Club is a very friendly, social club located in West Sussex. Situated next to the Aldingbourne Community Sports Centre, The Club is open all year round and aims to promote friendly tennis for all ages.

 

Social Play

There are seven Club sessions, which take place at various times throughout the week. These enable members to turn up and mix in, improve their game and also catch up with friends. Plus as a member you are able to book a court for your own games.

 

Coaching

Tennis coaching for adults and juniors is available through KS Tennis. Both private and groups coaching is available. So, if you want to develop your skills, Aldingbourne Tennis Club offers you the chance.

 

Competitive Tennis

In addition to the annual Club Tournaments, a number of American Tournaments also take place during the summer months. Friendly matches against other local tennis clubs also take place in summer. And as result, if you’re looking for more match play, the club offers you a range to choose from.

 

Membership

New members are welcome. They can even play as a guest up to six times before having to join. There are three types of membership available including adult, junior and student and fees are affordable. Visitors are welcome to play for a small fee.

Outdoor Courts: 3

    • Hard: 3

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      Address:
      Olivers Meadow, Westergate, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 3YA
      Telephone:
      01243 552049
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