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Langham Tennis Club

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Created in 2001, Langham Tennis Club was born after the Parish Council undertook a survey of the people of Langham. The result was not only in favour on building tennis courts on the Recreation Ground but potentially using the space for other sports. Both the local schools also indicated their support for the extensive use of courts during term time.

 

As a local friendly club, Langham Tennis Club exists for the benefit of local residents of Langham and surrounding areas. The club’s main aim is to make tennis fun and accessible to all.

 

Social Play

Members are given a key to the courts. So, that they can play any or every day of the year. You can book a Courts by using the sheet in the clubhouse.

 

Coaching

While the club doesn’t offer adult coaching, there is a range of junior coaching. As well as tennis camps held in school holidays.

 

Competitive Tennis

A range of social events and tournament days take place throughout the year. The highlight of the club’s calender is the Langham Tennis Club cup competitions, which take places each spring/early summer.

 

Membership

New members always welcome and fees are very inexpensive. Visitors are also welcome for a small fee. Affiliated to the LTA , the club offer members free British Tennis membership as part of joining the club.

Outdoor Courts: 2

      Indoor Courts: 0

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          Address:
          Recreation Ground, School Road, Langham, Colchester, Essex, CO4 5PB
          Telephone:
          01206 272031
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