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Eldwick Lawn Tennis Club

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Founded in 1959 by a group of local tennis enthusiasts, Eldwick Lawn Tennis Club is a friendly club. Located in the heart of Eldwick village on the outskirts of Bingley, players of all ages and standards are welcome.

 

Social Play

Weekly club nights are open to all. These sessions provide a superb way to play a few games of tennis, work on your sever and catch up with other members. As well as stay active and healthy.

 

Coaching

Individual or group coaching is available for all age groups and standards. The highly experienced and knowledgable coaches will enable you to reach your goals. So, if you’re in need of some advice on serving, general tactics or a specific technique, then you’re in save hands.

 

Competitive Tennis

The club offers players competitive match play in the local Bradford District League. In addition, various social tournaments take place at the club across the summer. These offer a great opportunity to meet new friends and play some great British summer tennis.

 

Membership

With some of the lowest fees in the country, Eldwick Lawn Tennis Club is highly affordable. A number of membership options are available. Therefore, all ages and standards of tennis players are catered for.

 

Extras

New for the 2017 season, the courts have recently been resurfaced and repainted. You are therefore invited to experience the new, improved playing conditions!

Outdoor Courts: 2

      Indoor Courts: 0

        Facilities

        • Changing Rooms
        • Clubhouse
        Address:
        Otley Road, Eldwick, Bingley, West Yorkshire, BD16 3EQ
        Telephone:
        07967 585971
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