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Hill and Valley Lawn Tennis Club

Hill and Valley Lawn Tennis Club is set amongst delightful rural surroundings. Easy to locate as the courts are near Chedworth Village Hall. Established in 1986, The club aims to provide members with the opportunities and facilities to improve their game and to play socially and competitively whilst keeping fees affordable to all.

 

Social Play

Throughout the year, mixed social tennis take place on Friday afternoons and on Sunday mornings. As well as on Monday evenings, which are aimed at the more competitive players. Also, it’s easy to book a court for your own play.

 

Coaching

In addition to a variety of group coaching courses, private one-on-one lessons are available. Therefore now is the best time to work on your tennis skills and reach your goals. Also for kids, there are a number of holiday camps that take place out of term time.

 

Competitive Tennis

One mens and two ladies teams compete in the Gloucestershire LTA summer league. Teams also compete in the Stroud mixed doubles league in winter.

 

Membership

Adult membership of Hill and Valley Lawn Tennis Club, costs just over £1 per week. Other types of membership are available including temporary, which is perfect if you’re on holiday and wish to play. Visitors are also welcome for a small fee.

 

Extras

The club is well known locally and further afield for the annual Coln Valley Mixed Doubles Tournament. This is a unique and traditional day of social and competitive tennis, which benefits the local community through fundraising.

Outdoor Courts: 2

    • Hard: 2

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      Address:
      Camellia House, Fields Road, Chedworth, Cheltenham, GL54 4NQ
      Telephone:
      01285 720074
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