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Harpenden Lawn Tennis Club

Harpenden Lawn Tennis Club was established in 1906 at the current grounds on the edge of Rothamsted Park, close to the centre of Harpenden. As a private club owned by it’s members, It’s has grown to be one of the leading tennis clubs in the country. As a friendly club, tennis players of all standards, age groups and abilities are welcome.

 

Social Play

With over 1000 members, it’s easy to find someone to play with. And with plenty of free court time, you can play as often as you like. The club runs social tennis sessions at various times each week, all year round. The weather doesn’t stop play as in winter 5 courts are covered by air dome.

 

Coaching

A coaching team runs a thriving coaching programme which is extending the opportunities to learn and improve at tennis for juniors and adults.

 

Competitive Tennis

While many members enjoy playing socially, many prefer competitive play. Therefore whether it’s play in one for the club tournaments or as part of a team in a local league, the club offers a range of opportunities.

 

Membership

Harpenden Lawn Tennis Club offers 7 types of membership. So all are able to join. The club, however, does charge a joining fee for some membership types.

 

Extras

The club’s modern clubhouse has a bar and function room. This space often hosts the club’s lively programme of social activities.

Outdoor Courts: 17

  • Floodlit: 12

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      • Bar
      Address:
      Amenbury Lane, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, AL5 2EF
      Telephone:
      01582 713202
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