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Middleton Cheney Lawn Tennis Club

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Middleton Cheney Lawn Tennis Club is a small and friendly Club based in a pretty village in Northamptonshire, close to the Oxfordshire town of Banbury.

 

Social Play

The three social club nights enable members to turn up and play some tennis as well as meet with other members. These relaxed events take place every Sunday, Monday and Wednesday.

 

Coaching

LTA qualified coach, Michael Hodson works with his coaching team to offer both adult and junior coaching. There are various courses available throughout the year for all ages and abilities. Michael and team will enable you to improve your technique and game play as well as reach your tennis playing goals.

 

Competitive Tennis

For those interested in competitive tennis, the club compete in Banbury Tennis League all year round. Teams are always on the look out for more players and a range of opportunities are provided.

 

Membership

Middleton Cheney offers four different types of membership, which includes Adult, Intermediate, Junior and Family. Fees are very affordable and range from £10 to just under £200.

 

Extras

As an LTA Registered club, members of Middleton Cheney Lawn Tennis Club can access the British Tennis Wimbledon Ballot, compete with a British Tennis Rating as well as many other membership benefits.

Outdoor Courts: 3

      Indoor Courts: 0

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          Address:
          Astrop Road, Middleton Cheney, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX17 2PS
          Telephone:
          01295 710472
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