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Comberton Lawn Tennis Club

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Comberton Lawn Tennis Club is one of the best equipped and friendliest tennis clubs in the Cambridge area. The club is located directly behind Comberton Sports and Arts, and near the astroturf football pitch.  The club has a broad range of ages and standards, from juniors to county level, from under 10s to active old codgers!

 

Social Play

As a superb local village sports club, all are welcome at the two weekly social tennis mix in sessions. This, of course, includes visitors! These sessions take place on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings throughout the year.

 

Coaching

If you’re hoping to brush up on your skill then the club offers an extensive range of coaching, which includes Mini Tennis to adults group coaching. Discounts are available for multiple bookings such as siblings and individuals playing twice or more per week. Plus you can try before you buy with a free taster session!

 

Competitive Tennis

Being a small club, members enjoy a more social game of tennis. Therefore if you’re looking for more match or competitive play, it might be worth looking at other local clubs.

 

Membership

Local residents make up a large proportion of the membership. However, all are welcome at Comberton Lawn Tennis Club. Adult membership costs less than £1 per week. Discounts are available for couples. A few membership options are also available.

Outdoor Courts: 8

  • Floodlit: 8

    Indoor Courts: 0

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        Address:
        Comberton Village College, West Street, Comberton, Cambridge, CB23 7DU
        Telephone:
        07910 027894
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