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Bovingdon and Flaunden Tennis Club

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Bovingdon and Flaunden Tennis Club is a small, friendly club situated in the picturesque Hertfordshire village of Bovingdon, near Hemel Hempstead.

 

Social Play

The club is open to new members; you are welcome to join in at a Saturday afternoon or Wednesday evening social sessions. Also, many members arrange their own play throughout the week.

 

Coaching

An actively junior section, introduce children to the joys of tennis and subsequently help them to improve their skills. Young players can come along to the Saturday morning junior program from the age of 3 years old. We also run weekly Rusty Racket sessions every Saturday aimed at adults who want to “come back” to tennis before joining the Club. There is coaching available for adult and junior members.

 

Competitive Tennis

If you are more serious about your tennis then the club runs a number of teams. There are mens, ladies, mixed and junior league fixtures. There is also an in-house Winter floodlit league, which is open to all.

 

Membership

There is no playing-in standard and everyone is welcome to join. Bovingdon and Flaunden Tennis Club a range of membership options available for adults, families, juniors as well as seniors. Currently you can join as a new member for half price!

Outdoor Courts: 5

  • Mini: 2
  • Practice Wall: 1
  • Hard: 5

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    Address:
    Off Green Lane, Bovingdon, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, HP3 0JZ
    Telephone:
    07850 783366
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