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Bishop’s Stortford Lawn Tennis Club

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Bishop’s Stortford Lawn Tennis Club is one of the leading community sports clubs in East Hertfordshire. In existence since the turn of the last century, the club has providing tennis facilities to the local area for many years.

 

Social Play

As well as coffee mornings and competitive team tennis, there are specific club sessions throughout the week. These sessions include men’s mornings, ladies’ afternoons and mixed sessions as well as club nights. With such a full social tennis programme, players of all standards can stay active and continue to improve their game.

 

Coaching

Coaching at the club caters for all ages and standards of players. Highly qualified coaches lead each programme. For kids from the age of 4 there’s LTA  red, orange and green mini-tennis. There are junior coaching and training sessions every weekday afternoon and Saturday mornings. As well as a number of courses for adult beginners and improvers.

 

Competitive Tennis

In the summer, 4 ladies teams, 5 mens teams, a mixed team as well as 6 junior teams compete in the local village league. The club also host its own ladder leagues for the more competitive.

 

Membership

While there are no joining fee, Bishop’s Stortford Lawn Tennis Club does offer 10 types of membership, all of which is affordable. These includes family, junior, and adult.

 

Extras

Members can join in a range of social events throughout the year.

Outdoor Courts: 14

  • Floodlit: 3
  • Mini: 2
  • Astroturf: 5
  • Grass: 6
  • Artificial Clay: 3

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

      Address:
      Cricketfield Lane, Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, CM23 2TD
      Telephone:
      07814 782006
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