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Heron Tennis

Heron Tennis is a friendly and welcoming club, open to players of all ages and all levels. As Newquay’s premier tennis centre, the club also welcomes players with learning disabilities and mobility aids.

 

Social Play

The turn-up and mix sessions on Monday and Wednesday nights enable all to get a game each week. These fun sessions are also superb for meeting new people and improving your skills. While courts are free to book for members, non-members can book one on a pay and play basis.

 

Coaching

Ace Tennis Coaching & Academy is based at the Heron Tennis Centre, Cornwall’s finest and only professionally run tennis centre. Ace and Heron have been designed whilst recognising the problems associated with many other coaching programmes and tennis facilities in Britain.

 

Competitive Tennis

There is a busy year-round programme of competition, which includes sanctioned tournaments, matchplay events, Team League Matches and internal club competitions. So whatever your age, if you want a challenge, the club provides a wide range.

 

Membership

Heron Tennis offers various membership options, which ensure the club caters to all players. However, fees are on the expensive side, when compared to the national average. The club does, however, offers a range of payment options which allow you to spread the cost across the year.

 

Also as courts are available on pay and play, you don’t need to be a member to enjoy the club’s excellent facilities.

Outdoor Courts: 8

  • Floodlit: 4
  • Mini: 2

    Indoor Courts: 2

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      • Cafe
      • Function Room
      Address:
      Trenance Park, Newquay, Cornwall, TR7 2LZ
      Telephone:
      01637 877555

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