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Brackendale Lawn Tennis Club

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Brackendale Lawn Tennis Club started its life as the Tennis Club of the Old Scholars of Southgate County School in 1937. However, when the school closed in 1996, the club and became known as Brackendale Lawn Tennis Club. Set in three acres of open field, the club is a green oasis in a village like community in Winchmore Hill, North London. Whether you are a beginner, improver or more experienced player, there is something for everyone.

 

Social Play

Members enjoy meeting weekly for social tennis. Firstly it’s a great way to stay active while working on your tennis and playing regularly.  In addition to plenty of free court times, the club run a number of fun tournaments each year.

 

Coaching

There’s a full coaching programme for adults and juniors, as well as junior tennis camps in the school holidays. So whatever your current standard is, if you wan to improve your game, help is on hand.

 

Competitive Tennis

With a great mix of league play and club competitions, tennis players of all standards will enjoy the match on offer. Adult and junior teams compete in the local summer and winter leagues. Various club tournaments happen throughout the year.

 

Membership

With adult membership costing just over £1 per week and many other membership types available, joining Brackendale Lawn Tennis Club is simple. And since the club has no joining fees or minimum playing standards, the club is open to all.

 

Extras

Relax and socialise in the clubhouse’s bar. It’s also the setting for the club’s social events such as Quiz nights.

Outdoor Courts: 5

  • Floodlit: 4
  • Macadam: 3

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    • Bar
    Address:
    Brackendale, Middlesex, London, N21 3DH
    Telephone:
    02088 868746
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