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Biggleswade Conservative Tennis Club

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Biggleswade Conservative Tennis Club is a small, friendly club who cater for a wide range of playing abilities. From those looking to take up the sport to the more competent match player looking to compete in the Bedfordshire Leagues. All ages and standards are welcome to join and participate.

 

Social Play

Why not dust off your rackets and trainers and come and join in some social tennis on Tuesday evenings or Sundays mornings. Perfect for staying active, meeting new friends and playing some tennis.

 

Coaching

Unfortunately the club does not offer any form of coaching.  So, if that is top of your list, it might be best to look at other local clubs.

 

Competitive Tennis

Club team compete in the local Bedfordshire Leagues. This offers a range of competitive opportunities for all standards.

 

Membership

To join the Tennis Club you are required to be a member of the Conservative Club too. However, overall membership fees are affordable and a few options are available.

 

Extras

The club also boasts an old fashioned clubhouse and veranda which overlooks the first two courts – an ideal position to watch the matches whilst waiting for a game. Finally, A range of events take place throughout the year.

Outdoor Courts: 3

  • Floodlit: 3

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      Address:
      St Andrews Street, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, SG18 8BA
      Telephone:
      01767 692242
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