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Ashton Park Sports Centre

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Ashton Park Sports Centre is situated on the grounds of Ashton Park Secondary School. And sits at the foot of Ashton Court Estate. The sports centre was opened in September 2005 by Phillip De Glanville (Bath & England RFC). The centre is a dual use facility. During the school day, pupils use the sports facilities. However, after school hours, weekends and in the school holidays, sports facilities are available for community use.

 

Social Play

It’s easy to book a court at Ashton Park Sports Centre, therefore playing with friends has never been so easy!

 

Coaching

As a superb community asset, the centre’s focus is on providing high quality facilities. Therefore no coaching programme is available.

 

Competitive Tennis

Since the centre doesn’t offer an organized programme, there is no match play. However, Bristol has one of the highest amount of tennis club anywhere in the UK. So if you’re after a comprehensive programme, then you a wide range of options!

 

Membership

Tennis courts are available on a pay and play basis. This allows you to play as often as you would like without the burdens of membership.

 

Extras

Ashton Park Sports Centre is also the home to various clubs who take part in a wide range of activities both casually and competitively.

Outdoor Courts: 5

  • Floodlit: 5
  • Artificial Grass: 5

Indoor Courts: 0

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      Address:
      Ashton Park School, Blackmoor's Lane, Bower Ashton, Bristol, BS3 2JL
      Telephone:
      01173 773300
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