Buriton Tennis Club
Formed in the late 1970s, Buriton Tennis Club, located on the Recreation Ground, a site which used to have a grass tennis court, believed to pre-dates the Second World War.
The Club’s four founders were keen to provide more opportunities for youngsters of the parish to play sport and to establish a club with informal, friendly traditions. The Club’s Committee strives to maintain these ‘family’ traditions.
With regular club sessions and social events, the club is very active. There’s weekly social tennis sessions as well as plenty of court time for members to use. So grab your racket, and let’s get on court!
The Club helps to fund a qualified Coach, Paul Evans, who provides excellent support for all ages and members. During recent summers the Club offered free coaching sessions and ‘open court’ time to local children (aged under 16).
Teams represent the Club in local leagues and friendly matches: ladies, men’s and mixed doubles. So if you’re looking to play more competitively, there’s plenty of options.
Buriton Tennis Club endeavour to keep membership subscriptions at relatively modest levels. However, this does mean club members should be willing to help other fund-raising events. There’s four membership options and adult fees are under £1 per week.