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Blewbury Tennis Club

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Blewbury Tennis Club, situated in the famous and picturesque village of Blewbury, Oxfordshire. The club has been in existence for over 50 years. Blewbury Tennis Club enjoys the active membership of men, women and children of all ages. And is a really family friendly club.

 

Social Play

Regular social tennis sessions enable members to keep working on their game while meeting new people. Plus with two weekly social session all year round and an additional one in summer, you’re never short of a game.

 

Coaching

Blewbury Tennis School is a partnership between Blewbury Tennis Club and Community Tennis Association. There is a wide range of coaching available at the club for all ages. Both groups and individual session are available.

 

Competitive Tennis

Ladies, men’s and mixed doubles teams compete in both the Thames Valley Winter League and the Babolat OLTA Summer League. There’s also a number of club tournaments aimed at the more competitive members.

 

Membership

The club always welcomes new club members and you can even join online! Fees are affordable and many types of memberships are available. Therefore it’s easy t join Blewbury Tennis Club. For a small fees, visitors are also welcome.

 

Extras

Away from the courts, members enjoy a number of social events each year. Therefore becoming a member of Blewbury Tennis Club is to join a fantastic sports community.

Outdoor Courts: 4

      Indoor Courts: 0

        Facilities

        • Changing Rooms
        • Clubhouse
        Address:
        Recreation Ground, Bohams Road, Blewbury, Didcot, Oxfordshire, OX11 9HF
        Telephone:
        07711 587303
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