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East Christchurch Sports and Social Club

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East Christchurch Sports and Social Club is a friendly members sports club that is open to everyone. The club offers a wide range of recreational and social activities.

 

The sporting facilities include two floodlit football pitches, a cricket pitch, two hard tennis courts and changing rooms.

 

Social Play

Courts are easy to book, either online or via phone. This enables you to play as often as you would like. So, gather some friends, grab a racket and head out on court!

 

Coaching

The club can arrange professional coaching as well as individual coaching. So, if you’re looking to improve, then you have the chance to develop your skills.

 

Competitive Tennis

Tournaments can also be organised against local clubs and involve Ladies, Men’s, and Mixed Doubles, as well as singles matches.

 

Membership

As a fantastic community facility, East Christchurch Sports and Social Club has some of the lowest fees in the country. And while the club may only offer a basics programme, if you’re the Christchurch area, it is worth popping along for a look around.

 

Extras

In the clubhouse you will find a pool-table, skittle alley, and numerous dartboards. As well as large screen TV’s in all the bars, where even the best armchair athlete can enjoy themselves!

Outdoor Courts: 2

    • Hard: 2

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      • Bar
      Address:
      Grange Road, Christchurch, Dorset, BH23 4JD
      Telephone:
      01425 275769
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