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Byfield Tennis Club

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Byfield Tennis Club, located between Daventry and Banbury, has been an active tennis club since 1948. The club is located on the Brightwell Playing Field (East side of A361), behind the Village Hall and adjacent to the Bowls Club.

 

Social Play

Those of a good play standard are welcome to play at any of the club’s four weekly social tennis session. Members are able to book court time for their own play outside the club’s programme. So, whether you have a partner or not, there’s always a game happening at Byfield Tennis Club.

 

Coaching

The club’s coaching team are all LTA qualified and offer a superb programme. This includes seasonal adult group coaching and year round junior coaching programmes. There’s also weekly groups and school holiday ‘camps’ for kids. Individual tuition is also available.

 

Competitive Tennis

For those who are looking for more competitive play, four teams compete in the Banbury winter and summer leagues. This provides players of all ages with the opportunities to play in a challenging environment. The club also runs a singles league.

 

Membership

Annual memberships ranges from £20 for juniors to £165 for a whole family. This is superb value for money and as part of club membership, you automatically join British Tennis, which offers even more benefits.

Outdoor Courts: 3

  • Floodlit: 3
  • Macadam: 3

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    Address:
    The Green, Byfield, Daventry, Northamptonshire, NN11 6UT
    Telephone:
    01327 261940
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