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Brentham Club

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Set in 12 acres of conservation land beside the River Brent in Ealing fringed with deciduous woodland, The Brentham Club was established in 1911 to provide sport and leisure facilities to the local communities. Sport at the club including Cricket, hard court and Lawn Tennis, Football and Bowls. New members are welcome, whether you want to play tennis socially or at a competitive level.

 

Social Play

There are regular social mix ins at Brentham Lawn Tennis Club. As well as other social tennis events including American drives and family sessions.

 

Coaching

Tennis coaching all year round by LTA level 4 coach James Fiordelisi. His team of 6 coaches includes mini tennis expert Gwyneth Hartnett. So, if you want to improve your game, you have a range of opportunities to learn and develop your skills.

 

Competitive Tennis

For the more competitive, there is an extensive programme of internal tournaments in both Summer and Winter. In addition the club run an Annual LTA Ratings Tournament in September, which sponsored by Sinton Andrews.

 

Membership

Brentham Lawn Tennis Club offers a range of new member deals for 1st year of joining. As well as limited non-member options for coaching sessions.

 

Extras

As part of Brentham Club, members also have access to one of the best social clubs in Ealing. The club regular holds comedy, jazz nights and so much more!

Outdoor Courts: 12

  • Floodlit: 5
  • Hard: 1
  • Grass: 6
  • Tiger Turf: 5

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    • Cafe
    Address:
    38a Meadvale Road, Ealing, London, W5 1NP
    Telephone:
    074400 20788
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