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Frindsbury Lawn Tennis Club

Established in 1900, Frindsbury Lawn Tennis Club is located in a beautiful rural setting on the outskirts of Upnor near Rochester. The club is a not-for-profit members club, and so provides an exciting programme and a warm welcome.

 

Social Play

There is a regular club play session each week, which is open to all ages and abilities. This turn up and play session enables all to play tennis regular while meeting new people.

 

Coaching

The club has four fully qualified coaches, who offer individual and group sessions for all ages. If you are new to tennis or re-starting after a break, then you can benefit from the coaching squad for beginners. Cardio Tennis is also available and is a great way to get fit whilst improving your game.

 

Competitive Tennis

Many teams from Frindsbury compete in the Medway and Kent Leagues. Plus, there are a number of internal box leagues and tournaments, that run throughout the year.

 

Membership

Frindsbury Lawn Tennis Club offers three categories of membership: Adult, Student, and Junior. Within each category is a range of options and packages. As each package caters to a different set of requirements, there will be the right one for you! There are also discounts available for families.

 

Extras

Off the courts, there’s a range of social events, which include BBQs, quiz nights and a Christmas party.

Outdoor Courts: 9

  • Floodlit: 6
  • Mini: 2
  • Hard: 6
  • Grass: 3

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    Address:
    Frog Island, Upnor Road, Upnor, Rochester, Kent, ME2 4UX
    Telephone:
    07847 136936

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