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Earlston Tennis Club

Established in 1982, Earlston Tennis Club is steeped in a real sense of community and voluntary effort. The current courts were built as part of a community led group which brought villagers and the local school together. Along with immense support from the local business people. The local council also donated time and material to create the facility.

 

Located 30 miles south of Edinburgh, Earlston is located in the heart of the Scottish Borders. Everyone is welcome to play and join in at Earlston Tennis Club.

 

Social Play

While the club has a busy programme, there’s always courts available for social tennis. And if you don’t have anyone to play with, then turn up to a Monday evening club night. At these events some adult coaching is also available.

 

Coaching

There is a range of coaching available. So whether you’re just starting out or would like to improve, the club coach will work with you to reach your goals.

 

Competitive Tennis

Earlston Tennis Club competes in senior and junior matches across the Borders, with teams competing in the winter and summer leagues. Players of all standard therefore have an opportunity to play matches.

 

Membership

As everyone is welcome at Earlston Tennis Club, joining the club is easy and affordable.

 

Extras

As a superb social club, members enjoy meeting on and off the courts. So if you’re looking for a fantastic way to stay active and meet locals, then joining the club should be the top of your list.

Outdoor Courts: 2

  • Floodlit: 2
  • Mini: 2
  • Practice Wall: 1

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      Address:
      South Croft Park, Earlston, Scottish Borders, TD4 6HG
      Telephone:
      01896 849301

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