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Ascot Jubilee Tennis Courts

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Owned and managed by Winkfield Parish Council, Ascot Jubilee Tennis Courts is located at Ascot Jubilee Recreation Ground. In addition to tennis courts, the park includes a football pitch and play park as well as a Lappset fitness trail.

 

Social Play

As a community facilities, adult members can join in the two weekly open sessions on Tuesdays mornings and Saturdays afternoons. These session continue all year round. Courts can be booked at any other time outside these sessions. This therefore provides plenty of opportunities to meet with other members to play some tennis.

 

Coaching

There is no coaching programme available. And as a result, it may be worth looking at other local tennis clubs who do provide extensive coaching options.

 

Competitive Tennis

No competitive tennis is on offer at Ascot Jubilee Tennis Courts. However, there are other local clubs who do offer league play, tournaments and other competitive events.

 

Membership

An annual Season Ticket is available to all residents. The very affordable membership options including family, adult, and junior. However, there are no visitor rates.

 

Extras

So, if you live in the Ascot area and are looking for superb community tennis facility, Ascot Jubilee Tennis Courts might be the perfect place to play.

Outdoor Courts: 3

      Indoor Courts: 0

        Facilities

          Address:
          Ascot Jubilee Recreation Ground, Goaters Road, Ascot, SL5 8JA
          Telephone:
          01344 885110
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