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Bellingham Tennis Club

Located in Wigan, Bellingham Tennis Club welcomes players of all age ages and standards. There’s 9 courts, and a number of surfaces available, so you’ll be able to play whenever you feel like a game!

 

Social Play

If you’re looking to play for fun, then there are three Social Tennis session each week. All are popular keep running throughout the year, regardless of the weather. There’ also great for meeting new people who you can organize private games with!

 

Coaching

If you’re looking to improve, then coaching sessions are available for all players aged 3 and up. Including Mini Tennis and Junior Tennis programmes available. There are also Adult lessons and a weekly fitness session. So whatever your goal, the team is here to help!

 

Competitive Tennis

There’s match play available for all ages. Juniors compete in the Bolton League. Adult teams play regularly in the Warrington and Bolton Leagues, with mens, ladies and mixed.

 

Membership

There’s various membership options available at Bellingham Tennis Club. And you can even join or renew online. Adult membership cost just below £2 per week. This can be paid as a one off or can be spread into a number of payment. This makes joining the club affordable and easy for all.

 

Extras

Social events organised throughout the year. These including fun tournaments, BBQs and after matches in the evening wet the whistle with a few drinks in the Clubhouse, and so much more!

Outdoor Courts: 9

  • Floodlit: 3
  • Mini: 2
  • Macadam: 2
  • Artificial Grass: 3
  • Shale: 4

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    Address:
    Bellingham Drive, Off Wigan Lane, Wigan, Greater Manchester, WN1 2NF
    Telephone:
    01257 463803
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