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Hallam Grange Lawn Tennis Club

The Hallam Grange Lawn Tennis Club is situated in the Fulwood area of Sheffield. Hallam Grange is not just a Tennis Club, there are also Bowls, Table Tennis and Bridge sections. As a family friendly club, all are welcome and there’s something for all ages. You don’t need to have played before to enjoy the club.  So consider visiting today!

 

Social Play

With an extensive all-year-around programme for social tennis players, there’s always a game going. Plus there’s lots of court time you can book for your own games.

 

Coaching

The coaching team offers a comprehensive coaching programme for junior and adult players of all abilities. Whether you’re just starting out, stuck in a rut or match standard, there’s help available.

 

Competitive Tennis

The club is active in both winter and summer leagues with a number of teams in the mens, ladies, mixed and junior divisions. So opportunities are available for all.

 

The club’s programme also features a well-established tennis ladder for those who like a competitive singles match. This is concluded with an end of season “Masters” competition. There’s also an annual club tournament, which is always popular and finals day is one of the highlights of the year.

 

Membership

With a 25% discount for new members, there’s never been a better time to join Hallam Grange Lawn Tennis Club. And if it’s not your first time then a range of memberships are available.

Outdoor Courts: 5

  • Floodlit: 2
  • Macadam: 5

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    Address:
    70-72 Slayleigh Lane, Sheffield, Yorkshire, S10 3RH
    Telephone:
    01142 302339

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