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Broughton and District Club

Situated in a pleasant residential area to the north of Preston, Broughton and District Club dates back to 1890! The Club provides a range of sports including Badminton, Bowls, Snooker, and Tennis.

 

Social Play

The Tennis Section at offers a brilliant range of facilities for members and non-members alike. In addition to weekly social sessions, there’s always courts available for private games.

 

Coaching

David White is Head Coach at the Club and is a highly qualified and licensed LTA Coach who offers both squad and individual coaching lessons to all members. There are a number of courses for both adults and children.

 

Competitive Tennis

During the summer months ten club teams compete in a number of local leagues including in the Ribble League and the Fylde League.  Teams are also entered in various knockout tournaments during the summer season. There is also one men’s team in the local Autumn League. There are also many opportunities for the juniors in local leagues as well as the National Junior Club League.

 

In addition, there are several tournaments held in-house at the Club each year catering for all levels of play.

 

Membership

There’s a number of memberships available at Broughton and District Club. All are affordable and encourage everyone to join the club. Visitors are also encouraged for a small fee. 

 

Extras

The club also has a superb clubhouse with a bar, meeting rooms and changing facilities. This is space is host to a range of events and entertainment throughtout the year as well as being available for hire.

Outdoor Courts: 5

  • Floodlit: 5
  • Mini: 2
  • Hard: 3

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    Address:
    Whittingham Lane, Broughton, Preston, Lancashire, PR3 5DA
    Telephone:
    01772 495517
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