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Crescent Lawn Tennis Club

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Crescent Lawn Tennis Club is superb community sports club located in Brislington, South Bristol. All kinds of tennis are available, including Ladies only play, beginners nights, junior coaching, competitive match play as well as social mixed play.

 

Social Play

While there is plenty of free court time for members to take advantage of, three weekly social events take place. These club sessions includes ladies only, men only and beginner. Each event is relaxed and enables you to play some good tennis while working on your skills.

 

Coaching

The club’s junior coaching programme is very popular and meets each Saturday morning. New juniors are always welcome. However, there is no adult coaching programme.

 

Competitive Tennis

There’s a mixture of match play available. Each year a number of internal friendly competitions take place. The club is also very active in the local Avon league with many teams.

 

Membership

You’re welcome to join in up to three club sessions before deciding whether you’d like to join. Therefore you can try the club completely free! Plus there is a discount on fees for new members.

 

Extras

In addition to the fantastic tennis programme, as a sociable group, Crescent Lawn Tennis Club’s members meet regularly for social events.

Outdoor Courts: 2

      Indoor Courts: 0

        Facilities

          Address:
          Kensington Park Road, Bristol, BS4 3HU
          Telephone:
          01179 774519
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