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Knowle Lawn Tennis Club

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Knowle Lawn Tennis Club is a long established community sports club which is located in south Bristol. While now occupied by courts, the site of Knowle Tennis Club was originally a racecourse which was opened in 1873 by the Prince of Wales! Today, as one of the city’s larger clubs, an exciting year round programme is available.

 

Social Play

The two weekly club sessions enable all members to play some great tennis. These take place on Wednesday evenings and Saturday afternoons. These sessions ensure everyone gets to play and improve while meeting new members. In addition to these sessions, members are free to play whenever they feel like it.

 

Coaching

The club’s extensive coaching programme is lead by a qualified coach. A range of courses take place each year and are open to all ages and standard. So, if you want to improve your game and develop your skills, then take part in one of the available courses.

 

Competitive Tennis

As one of the larger tennis clubs in Bristol, Knowle Lawn Tennis Club competes with a number of mixed, women’s, men’s, and veteran tennis teams in the Avon league. In addition the club hosts a number of internal tournaments each year.

 

Membership

Different membership options are available and aim to cater to all types and ages of tennis player. And so, if you’re looking at joining then attend a social play session in order to get a better understanding of the club.

Outdoor Courts: 4

  • Floodlit: 3

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      • Bar
      Address:
      Wells Road, Broadwalk, Knowle, Bristol, BS4 2PY
      Telephone:
      01275 545297
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