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Broseley Lawn Tennis Club

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Situated in the small historic town of Broseley in Shropshire, Broseley Lawn Tennis Club provides both provides recreational and competitive tennis for local players of all ages and ability.

Established in 1895, the club has been a key part of sport in the town for over a century. The club benefited from a lottery grant in 2000 and now has three well kept floodlit courts. A pavilion with catering and changing facilities.

 

Social Play

The club has a friendly atmosphere and offers many opportunities to take part in weekly club session. These are well attended by members and enable everyone to mix in and play a few games of tennis. Outside of the club programme, courts are easy to book for your own games.

 

Coaching

If you’re looking to develop your skills, then a range of tennis coaching is available. The excellent club coach will help you improve and reach your goals.

 

Competitive Tennis

Men’s and Ladies’ teams play in the Shropshire summer leagues. As well as a mixed team in the Autumn League and the Newport Winter Woollies League. The club also holds a number of tournaments including American style ones, which are very popular.

 

Membership

Since there is no joining fees or playing in tests, joining Broseley Lawn Tennis Club is easy. Plus with a number of benefits tennis players for all ages and standards, membership out weights the fee. Visitors are also welcome, once for free then for a small fee up to twice before joining.

Outdoor Courts: 3

  • Floodlit: 3
  • Hard: 3

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    Address:
    Duke Street, Broseley, Shropshire, TF12 5LX
    Telephone:
    01952 882776
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