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Headstone Tennis Club

Headstone Tennis Club, founded in 1910. Whether you enjoy social play or competitive tennis there’s something for you here.

 

Social Play

Each week there are 4 social tennis sessions. Members enjoy meeting on Wednesday evenings, Friday evenings, Saturday and Sunday to play some tennis. Also, as a member you can book a court for use every day of the year.

 

Coaching

The coaches at Headstone are very knowledgeable, friendly and patient. They have vast experience and are of an excellent playing standard. The club runs a full coaching programmes which are available to all ages and standards.

 

Competitive Tennis

Headstone operates six mens and two ladies teams in the Middlesex summer league. As well as entering various challenge cups, National Club League, winter floodlit and veterans leagues. There are a number of internal tournaments and competitions spread throughout the year which all members can enter.

 

Membership

With 11 categories of membership, Headstone Tennis Club offers something to suit everyone. Fees are affordable there are no joining fees or playing in tests. If it’s your first year, then introductory offers are available.

 

Extras

Apart from tennis Headstone has a br and table tennis facilities with teams entered in leagues during the winter. As well as a golf society. The clubhouse is used by a cycling club on a Friday evening and Little Stars Nursery every weekday during term time.

Outdoor Courts: 4

  • Floodlit: 2

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      • Bar
      Address:
      Hillfield Close, Harrow, Middlesex, HA2 6AZ
      Telephone:
      02089 330003

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