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Bierton Lawn Tennis Club

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Bierton Lawn Tennis Club has been in existence since 1916. As a small, friendly village tennis club, Bierton provides many opportunities to play tennis both competitively and socially.

 

Social Play

Social club nights are at the heart of the club. Adults social tennis run from April to October on Tuesday evenings.

 

Coaching

In addition to regular club sessions, the club’s LTA qualified coach offers coaching to both adults and juniors. And coaching is available on a group or individual basis. Weekly Cardio Tennis is also available.

 

Competitive Tennis

If you’re a competitive tennis player, Bierton Tennis Club offers the chance to join a club team and compete in the local Aylesbury and District Tennis League. A number of club tournaments are run throughout the year as well.

 

Membership

With some of the lowest membership fees in the area, Bierton is truly a family friendly club. Fees range from around the £30 mark for seniors, up to £150 for family membership. Worth noting, the club has no joining fees.

 

Extras

The club is very sociable. In the summer, on Sunday afternoons there’s picnics/BBQs/fun tournaments as well as cheese and wine evenings, where you can combine playing tennis with socialising with your fellow members and their families!

Outdoor Courts: 2

  • Floodlit: 2

    Indoor Courts: 0

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        Address:
        The Recreation Ground, Burcott Lane, Bierton, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP22 5AS
        Telephone:
        07446 234254
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