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Aston Park Tennis Club

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Aston Park Tennis Club is a friendly village LTA Clubmark accredited club. Located in Aston Clinton near Aylesbury, the courts are surround by beautiful parkland. Parking as well as the popular Cafe in the Park, are only a two minute walk.

 

Social Play

There are regular club sessions on Wednesdays and Sundays. Each session provides a relaxed environment for members to play a few games of tennis. Plus, it’s the perfect way to meet other members.

 

Coaching

Local tennis coaching company Everyball offers a range of tennis coaching for all ages and abilities. These include a range of term time and holiday activities for children as well as lessons for adults.

 

Competitive Tennis

Aston Park Tennis Club members participate in various local tennis competitions including the Aylesbury & District Tennis League and Bucks Shield. And because of the club’s competitive focus, teams enjoy a good degree of success. Also, the club actively encourages members to participate in men’s, ladies and mixed club tournaments.

 

Membership

8 membership options are available. Ranging from social non-playing to adult and family. Club fees are very affordable and range from around £40 all the way up to £230.

 

Extras

The club is also home of the local netball team. An ideas which was made possible by Taylor Wimpy!

Outdoor Courts: 3

  • Floodlit: 3
  • Hard: 3

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    Address:
    Aston Park, Aston Clinton, Aylesbury, Buckignhamshire, HP22 5HL
    Telephone:
    01296 485178
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