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Hartlepool Lawn Tennis Club

Established in 1892, Hartlepool Lawn Tennis Club is a friendly family club, suitable for all from beginners and social players to match players.  The club nestles in the centre of a quiet residential area of Hartlepool.

 

Social Play

Adults¬† meet for social tennis on Monday and Thursday mornings. as well as Tuesday evenings. If you’re new to the club or a beginner, then there are sessions on Wednesday evenings and Saturday afternoons.

 

Coaching

The club offers a variety of Tennis Coaching sessions with Leslie Snaith a Level 3 CCA qualified LTA coach. She offers Ladies only, Junior (various age groups), beginner, intermediate and advanced coaching sessions. Individual sessions are also available. And all coaching sessions are open to Members and Non-Members.

 

The Club has a flourishing Junior section. There are sessions throughout the summer when Juniors can come along and play mini-tennis or junior tennis. And and even table tennis!

 

Competitive Tennis

Men’s and Ladies’ teams play in the Durham and Cleveland League. And so if you’re looking for more match play, the club offers a variety of opportunities.

 

Membership

As membership of Hartlepool Lawn Tennis Club runs for a year from the day you purchase. So, you can join at any point. And since there are no joining fees or playing in test, and 10 types of memberships, becoming a member is easy. Visitors are also welcome up to twice a year for a small fee.

Outdoor Courts: 5

      Indoor Courts: 0

        Facilities

        • Changing Rooms
        • Clubhouse
        Address:
        Granville Avenue, Hartlepool, County Durham, TS26 8ND
        Telephone:
        07526 940767

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