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Bewdley Tennis Club

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Bewdley Tennis Club is an active club with plenty of tennis available for all, both socially and competitively. The Tennismark accredited club offers all ages a friendly and social environment.

 

Social Play

There are weekly organized “mix in” sessions for women’s, men’s and mixed. Simply turn up and play. As well as a dedicated evening set aside for juniors. Courts are easy to book for your own games outside of these sessions.

 

Coaching

If you’re looking to improve your technique or match play, then individual and group coaching is available of all abilities and ages.

 

Competitive Tennis

With various internal and external competitions, Bewdley Tennis Club offers an exciting range of match play. There are teams in the local Hereford and Worcestershire League. As well as a singles box ladder, annual club tournament and regular American tournaments.

 

Membership

8 different membership options are available. And all types of tennis players are catered for. From adult and junior membership to family and social options. Prospective new members are able to come along and play up to four times as a visitor before deciding whether to join.

 

Extras

In addition to social events throughout the year, the clubhouse is available for hire and includes table tennis!

Outdoor Courts: 7

  • Floodlit: 7
  • Hard: 4
  • Artificial Clay: 3

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    Address:
    20 Stourport Road, Bewdley, Worcestershire, DY12 1BD
    Telephone:
    07838 236691
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