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Congleton Lawn Tennis Club

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Congleton Lawn Tennis Club is one of the oldest tennis clubs in the country having celebrated its Centenary Season in 1990. The Club has been on the same grounds throughout its history, initially renting from a farmer and then purchasing the freehold in 1926.

 

The club has 9 tennis courts and features two types of playing surface. For the kids, there is a mini tennis area, which aims to inspire the next generation and encourage participation.

 

Social Play

There are three adult Club sessions per week from April until the end of September. These happen on Monday and Thursday evenings as well as on Saturday afternoons. On Tuesday mornings a ‘hardy perennials’ group meets. The Club sessions are a good way to socialize with a drink in the clubhouse bar after.

 

Coaching

A highly qualified club coach offers a full coaching programme for adults and juniors. So, if you’re looking to develop your skills, there’s no better time to try.

 

Competitive Tennis

Since club teams compete in Slazenger South and Mid Cheshire League, members have access to some match play.

 

Membership

Congleton Lawn Tennis Club aims to be fully inclusive and therefore offers very affordable fees across a range of options.

 

Extras

As a fantastic community club, members often gather for social events such as quiz nights and BBQS. The members also run the clubhouse’s bar on a rota basis.

Outdoor Courts: 9

  • Floodlit: 4
  • Mini: 1
  • Practice Wall: 1
  • Macadam: 7
  • Artificial Grass: 2

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    • Bar
    Address:
    Off West Street Car Park, Crescent Road, Congleton, Cheshire, CW12 1JR
    Telephone:
    01260 299370
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