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Histon Lawn Tennis Club

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Histon Lawn Tennis Club warmly welcomes new members to it’s friendly tennis club. On offer is an exciting programme of both social tennis and competitive matches along with coaching.

 

Social Play

There are many organized club sessions each week. So whether you’re an adult or a junior, you are sure to get a regular game. These turn up and play sessions are also great for working on tennis skills and meeting new people. Outside of these session, members can book court for their own games.

 

Coaching

David Nation leads the club’s coaching programme and offers a range for all ages and abilities. He also leads supervised sessions for the Juniors.

 

Competitive Tennis

Various club tournaments take place throughout the summer season. Also the club has one of the largest number of teams in local leagues. So if you would like to play more competitive tennis, you can join one of a total of 13 teams, all of who compete in the local Cambridgeshire leagues.

 

Membership

Four types of membership is available at Histon Lawn Tennis Club. These include Adult, Student, Junior, and Family. Fees are affordable and there is no joining fees.

 

Extras

The friendly members enjoy meeting for a number of non-tennis social events each year.

Outdoor Courts: 6

  • Floodlit: 2
  • Macadam: 1
  • Grass: 4
  • Artificial Grass: 1

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    Address:
    Histon and Impington Recreation Ground, New Road, Impington, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB24 9LU
    Telephone:
    01223 232423
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