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Cringleford Tennis Club

Located in Norfolk, Cringleford Tennis Club has a full programme of sporting and social activities. If you are looking for a friendly and social place to play tennis in attractive surroundings then look no further.

 

The club caters for all standards of tennis, both for adults and juniors. For adult members, there is everything from ‘Rusty Racquets’ coaching and weekly club nights, through to having nine teams competing in county and city leagues.

 

Social Play

There are plenty of opportunities to play social tennis each week with 2 evenings and 2 mornings sessions. These are a superb way to stay active while meeting new people. In addition to these weekly sessions, the club hosts a number of social play events throughout the year.

 

Coaching

There’s both private and group coaching for all ages. Sessions are designed around your goals and aim to help you develop quickly. There’s also an exciting range of coaching for juniors, including camps in the holidays.

 

Competitive Tennis

A large number of members are active in teams that enter summer and winter league competitions. Cringleford runs an internal KO competition each summer as well as other club competitions throughout the year.

 

Membership

If you’re interested in joining Cringleford Tennis Club, then you’re welcome to attend one of the weekly social play sessions to experience the club first hand. When you’re ready to join, then 7 different memberships are available. Fees are affordable, with adult membership, for example costing under £2 per week.

Outdoor Courts: 6

  • Floodlit: 2
  • Hard: 4
  • Grass: 2

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    Address:
    Cringleford Courts, Oakfields Road, Cringleford, Norfolk, NR4 6XF
    Telephone:
    07825 717770

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