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Headcorn Tennis Club

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Established in the 1960’s, Headcorn Tennis Club is an LTA affiliated and friendly village club. The club is set in an idyllic rural setting on the outskirts of Headcorn village. Tennis is provided for all standards and ages.

 

Social Play

For adults, social tennis takes place on Tuesday and Friday evenings. These social play sessions prove to be a popular and fun environment to play. The courts are available to club members for play 7 days a week throughout the year.

 

Coaching

Coaching is available for all ages and standards both on a private or group basis. The established and successful junior coaching programme, will inspire younger player to stay active as well as promote tennis as a life long sport. In addition to the junior programme, holiday camps are also available.

 

Competitive Tennis

Superb competitive tennis is available. Mens, ladies and mixed teams competing in the Kent Leagues, Ashford Leagues and Maidstone Leagues. In addition, the club holds a few tournaments throughout the year.

 

Membership

All are welcome at Headcorn Tennis Club, with membership available for adult, juniors and families. Visitors are also welcome to play at the club, up to 3 times per season for £3 each time.

 

Extras

The club is right next door to Headcorn Cricket Club!

Outdoor Courts: 3

  • Floodlit: 3

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      • Bar
      Address:
      The Pavilion, Lenham Road, Headcorn, Ashford, Kent, TN27 9LE
      Telephone:
      01622 890560
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