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Chorley Tennis Club

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Chorley Tennis Club is located next to the grounds of Chorley Cricket Club. The club has membership of both junior and senior members of all abilities, and provides plenty of opportunities for competitive and social tennis alike. Anyone who enjoys playing tennis is very welcome as a member at Chorley Tennis Club.

 

Social Play

Members can use the courts for their own play as much as the calendar allows. Plus, twice a week members turn up and play at the club social tennis sessions. These are open to people of all abilities and you don’t need to bring a partner.

 

Coaching

Group coaching is available all year round with courses in both summer and winter. The club coaches also offer private lessons at reasonable rates.

 

Competitive Tennis

A number of club teams compete each summer in the Ribble League. The club also runs a number of tournaments and a club championships each year. So, whether you’re an adult or junior, Chorley Tennis Club provide a range of competitive match play.

 

Membership

Chorley Tennis Club is a not-for-profit organisation and therefore tries to keep keep subscription fees affordable. There is no joining fee. In fact new members get three half-hour coaching sessions with the club coaches, free of charge.

 

Extras

In 2016 the club was award LTA Tennismark accreditation. Chorley Tennis Club members automatically become members of British Tennis, and therefore qualify for a range of discounts .

Outdoor Courts: 5

  • Floodlit: 5
  • Mini: 2

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      Address:
      Sandringham Road, Chorley, Lancashire, PR7 1LG
      Telephone:
      01257 230811
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