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David Lloyd Clubs Bristol Long Ashton

Bristol is home to not one but two David Lloyd Clubs. And with a range of sports on offer David Lloyd Clubs Bristol Long Ashton is bound to have something you’ll like! The club’s range of fitness activities includes swimming, a gym, exercises classes, and racquets as well as tennis.

 

The club’s tennis members love that they can play all year round on both indoor and outdoor courts. So whether you want to play a match, improve your backhand, or take a lesson you’ll always be able to play, whatever the weather’s doing outside!

 

Social Tennis

With an fantastic community you’ll love playing tennis at David Lloyd. There’s players of all levels and so, it’s easy to find someone to play with. Also the weekly club sessions ensure all members play regularly and meet new people.

 

Coaching

The superb tennis instructors, are available to give expert advice. Whether they’re coaching kids in the All Stars programme or enabling an adult member to reach their goals. Simply put, there’s really nowhere better to improve your game or start from scratch than at David Lloyd Bristol Long Ashton.

 

Competitive Tennis

Many competitions and tournaments take place throughout the year. So, if you’re feeling competitive, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to test yourself.

 

Membership

Currently, David Lloyd are offering 3 months of membership for free. However, the club offers a range of membership types including standard, plus and platinum.

 

Extra

The club’s DLicious cafe bar is the perfect spot to enjoy a coffee with friends, or a tasty meal.

Outdoor Courts: 6

      Indoor Courts: 12

        Facilities

        • Changing Rooms
        • Clubhouse
        • Cafe
        Address:
        Ashton Road, Bristol, BS3 2HB
        Telephone:
        03451 296777

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