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Dalkeith Lawn Tennis Club

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With it’s picturesque setting in Midlothian, players have been active at Dalkeith Lawn Tennis Club since 1888. The club is a superb place to play the game, have fun, improve your skills and make new friends! No matter what your age.

 

Social Play

Each week the club meets three time for social tennis.  There are sessions on Tuesday and Thursday evenings as well as Saturday afternoons. These are open to all ages and are a superb way to play some tennis in a friendly setting. Hroughout the season, the club also hosts mini tournaments and family events.

 

Coaching

While the focus may be on the next generation and helping them reach their potential, a number of beginner and improvement courses for adults take place each year. In 2016, Judy Murray’s Tennis on the Road team even pop in to lead some coaching!

 

Competitive Tennis

If you’re looking for competitive play, then there are teams in both the East of Scotland and East Lothian tennis leagues. As well as a club championships each year.

 

Membership

Since adult membership costs less than £1 per week, joining Dalkeith Lawn Tennis Club is affordable. Also a range of membership options are available and cater to all ages from junior, teenager and family.

 

Extras

As a members various discounts on tennis equipment and clothing are available.

Outdoor Courts: 3

    • Shale: 3

    Indoor Courts: 0

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        Address:
        Eskbank Road, Dalkeith, Midlothian, EH22 3DL
        Telephone:
        07760 188658
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