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Lostock Tennis Club

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Lostock Tennis Club, aims to provide the best, all-round tennis experience in the Bolton area. There’s a great great family friendly atmosphere. So, if you are an experienced player, new to tennis, looking to get back into it or, want to get your kids playing, Lostock may be the club for you!

 

Social Play

Adults members benefit from regular social tennis session, which enables them to play against other members in a friendly environment.

 

Coaching

While the club offers no adult coaching. Junior members have access to varied programme with regular coaching and events.

 

Competitive Tennis

There’s also plenty of opportunity to play competitively in local tennis leagues. Lostock Tennis Club is an active supporter of the Bolton Sports Federation Tennis Leagues. 6 men’s teams and 5 mixed compete in the league. This is by far the largest number from any league club. Members also participate in inter-league tournaments and the over-50s league. Club junior teams also compete in local tennis tournaments.

 

Membership

Membership of Lostock includes many benefits. From access to the courts and floodlighting whenever you wish. To the opportunity to play competitively for the club. And as a result of many membership options, the club caters to all ages and standards.

 

Extras

Off court, there are regular social events throughout the year, from quizzes, karaoke, BBQ and intra-club tournaments with a social twist.

Outdoor Courts: 5

  • Floodlit: 2
  • Astroturf: 5

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    • Bar
    Address:
    Regent Road, Lostock, Bolton, Greater Manchester, BL6 4DG
    Telephone:
    07762 388422
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