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Beaconsfield Tennis Club

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Beaconsfield Tennis Club aims to be a vibrant, inclusive tennis club, offering unique sporting and social opportunities to the whole local community.

 

Social Play

Joining the club gives you the opportunity to play regularly in organised club sessions with players of all standards. Various club session take place throughout the weekly including two mixed open play sessions, on Thursday evenings and Sunday mornings. Prospective adult members are encouraged to join in at one of these two sessions.

 

Coaching

At the heart of the club is an excellent coaching programme. There are courses for every level of play and for all ages. Both individual and group tuition is available. Kids benefit from LTA inspired mini tennis complete with smaller courts and equipment. Whereas adult beginners, who have never played before can join a specifically designed course.

 

Competitive Tennis

As one of the most competitively active club in the local area, Beaconsfield Tennis Club offers a wide range of options. There’s 10 teams in the local Bucks league. Also, many club tournaments take place throughout the year and provide members with yet more competitive tennis.

 

Membership

The club welcomes potential members of different standards and ability. However, it’s recommended that you already play to a reasonable standard.

 

Extras

As a fantastic local club, there is plenty of time for socialising. Lunches organised during the summer, and cheese and wine evenings once a month as well as many other events.

Outdoor Courts: 10

  • Floodlit: 4
  • Hard: 6
  • Astroturf: 4

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    Address:
    The Oval, Grenfell Road, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, HP9 2BY
    Telephone:
    01494 674744
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