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Burton-in-Kendal Tennis Club

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Based in this Cumbrian village between Lancaster and Kendal, Burton-in-Kendal Tennis Club is a small and friendly club, which offers social and competitive tennis for all ages and abilities. The club aims to make tennis a fun, enjoy experience for all ages and standards.

 

Social Play

The weekly club nights enable members to steadily improve their game, while meeting new people and staying active. In addition to these events, courts can be book by members as well as non-members on a pay and play basis.

 

Coaching

The club offers some coaching for both juniors and adults. However, coaches are available for private lessons. So if you want to improve your playing, sign up for some coaching today!

 

Competitive Tennis

A doubles teams competes in local leagues and Burton-in-Kendal Tennis Club is eager to expand their competitive teams. There is also a club competition each year, which is perfect for members who want to try playing more competitive match but aren’t ready for league play.

 

Membership

There are several different levels of membership at Burton-in-Kendal Tennis Club. Adult membership costs under £1 per week. The club welcomes new members as well as those wishing to play on a casual “pay and play” basis.

 

Extras

Off court, the club also has regular social events for members and friends.

Outdoor Courts: 2

  • Floodlit: 2

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      Address:
      Main Street, Burton, Carnforth, Lancashire, LA6 1JE
      Telephone:
      07887 397153
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