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Chepstow Athletic Lawn Tennis Club

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Chepstow Athletic Lawn Tennis Club is part of Chepstow Athletic Club in Bulwark. The club membership is a friendly bunch of mixed abilities. On offers is a fantastic year round programme.

 

Social Play

If you feel like a game of tennis then come along to a club sessions on a Tuesday. Members also have access to the courts when not in use and can easily book free courts online. So grab your racket and get active!

 

Coaching

Ollie Bendall,  a level 4 qualified performance coach, heads up the club’s coaching programme. He organises the junior coaching programme as well as Cardio Tennis. Also, his team are available for adult coaching, either individually or in groups.

 

Competitive Tennis

The club runs a number of social tournaments as well as a Annual Club Championship. Club teams are also very active in the Courtstall South Wales Summer Doubles and Cymru Kitchen Leagues. Therefore many different levels of competition is available for all members.

 

Membership

Choose from a number of membership options including adult, family and junior. In terms of cost, adult membership of Chepstow Athletic Lawn Tennis Club costs just over £1 per week.

 

Extras

Off court, members usually catch up over drink in the clubhouse. Also members meet throughout the year for non-tennis social events, including quiz nights and BBQs.

Outdoor Courts: 3

  • Floodlit: 3
  • Tiger Turf: 3

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    • Bar
    Address:
    Mathern Road, Chepstow, Gwent, NP16 6HX
    Telephone:
    01633 400957
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