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Downend and Frenchay Tennis Club

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Downend and Frenchay Tennis Club is a friendly club, set within the grounds of Frenchay Cricket Club. The club offers lots of opportunity to play tennis the club offers a range of coaching and fitness options for both adults and juniors.

 

Social Play

The four social tennis session enable members to play regularly. Men meet on Tuesday evenings. Whereas ladies meet on Wednesday evenings. There’s a mixed session on Thursday as well as a friday morning session for ladies. Courts are available for play up to 10pm every day and members can easily book one.

 

Coaching

A highly qualified coaching team lead an extensive programme. Adult courses prove popular and are only open to members. Cardio Tennis for adults is also available. Younger juniors benefit from LTA inspired mini tennis. While as they grow juniors will be encouraged to develop their skills and match playing. Also children in school holidays can take part in holiday camps.

 

Competitive Tennis

Since the club runs both adult and junior internal tournaments, players of all ages and abilities can play in friendly matches. For the more competitive, teams also enter into local junior and adult leagues.

 

Membership

As Adult membership costs just over £2 per week, Downend and Frenchay Tennis Club is affordable. The club also offers a range of other membership options. While you can an annual one off fee, the club also offers monthly payment terms.

Outdoor Courts: 4

  • Floodlit: 4

    Indoor Courts: 0

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        Address:
        Common Mead Lane, Hambrook, Bristol, BS16 1QQ
        Telephone:
        07790 937524
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