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Cranston Park Lawn Tennis Club

Established in 1932, Cranston Park Lawn Tennis Club provides a friendly playing environment and offer tennis to all ages and abilities.

 

Situated on the south side of Upminster within a short walk of the local rail and bus services, Cranston Park offers excellent facilities which includes two playing surfaces. There club’s superb clubhouse features licensed bar as well as pool and table tennis tables.

 

Social Play

With three weekly sessions, you’ll be able to play tennis regularly. As members are freindly and welcoming, you’ll enjoy playing at the club. There’s also plenty of free court time for member’s own games.

 

Coaching

Coaching at Cranston Park LTC covers defined group lessons that range from transition which allows beginners and intermediates to meet and play with like-minded people, to performance squads and intensive one-to-one lessons to get that individual experience.

 

Competitive Tennis

Senior teams copmete in the Essex singles and doubles leagues and the Brentwood League. The junior teams are active in the Essex league and Chelmsford and District leagues. And as a result, there’s a wide array of opportunitites for all who want to play more competitively.

 

Membership

Cranston Park Lawn Tennis Club offers a number of membership packages, which cater to a wide range of tennis players. These include adult, family, retired and others. Also, members are welcome to bring visitors along for a small fee and up to 6 times.

Outdoor Courts: 8

  • Floodlit: 8
  • Macadam: 2
  • Artificial Grass: 6

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    • Bar
    Address:
    12-14 Coniston Avenue, Upminster, Essex, RM14 3XR
    Telephone:
    01708 220040

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