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Kings Sutton Lawn Tennis Club

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Kings Sutton Lawn Tennis Club is a friendly club, encouraging all ages and abilities to come and play tennis. Located near Banbury and set on the outskirts of the village in open countryside.  Kings Sutton offers an opportunity to play tennis both competitively and socially.

 

Social Play

A mix-in club night takes place on Tuesday evenings. Tuesday mornings also have a social session for ladies’ tennis. Plus, as a small club, members are usually able to simply turn up and play, whenever they wish to play.

 

Coaching

A variety of coaching is run throughout the year for both adults and juniors. Cardio Tennis, a tennis inspired workout, which is suitable for all fitness levels is also available.

 

Competitive Tennis

There are three competitive teams entered in the Banbury & District mid-week floodlit league. As well as 1 mens, 2 ladies and 1 mixed teams entered in the Oxon 2 pair weekend league. There is also annual club tournaments during the summer.

 

Membership

Being a small community sports clubs allows Kings Sutton Lawn Tennis Club to keep it’s membership fee low. In addition to a range of options, a number of discounts are available.

 

Extras

During the summer, Kings Sutton’s members have the opportunity to play on grass courts at Charlton.

Outdoor Courts: 3

      Indoor Courts: 0

        Facilities

        • Changing Rooms
        • Clubhouse
        Address:
        The Playing Fields, Kings Sutton, Nr. Banbury, Oxon, OX17 3PS
        Telephone:
        01295 788226
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