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Newton Abbot Recreational Trust

Newton Abbot Recreational Trust is a Sports and social club in the heart of Newton Abbot. The centre is regarded as one of the best and largest sports clubs in Devon. The centre is home to some of the best sports clubs in Devon.

 

The Rec is host to Squash, Tennis, Football and Cricket clubs in the centre of Newton Abbot. As well as the sports clubs the Rec is home to the Sportsmans Arms, a friendly, busy bar open to all with SkySports & BT Sports and the focal point of the club. If you are looking for a friendly location to play a variety of sports and join an exciting social environment then The Rec is for you.

 

Social Play

There are social sessions all year round. In Summer club sessions are Saturday afternoons, Sunday mornings and Tuesday evenings. Winter club sessions are Saturday afternoons and Sunday mornings. Also, you don’t need to be a member to hire a court. Just turn up and pay at reception.

 

Coaching

There’s a resident tennis coach at Newton Abbot Recreational Trust, who offers individual, group and squad training sessions.

 

Competitive Tennis

Mens and ladies teams play in the Exeter and District leagues. And so are always on the lookout to strengthen their squads. There are also regular competitions during the summer season.

 

Membership

While you can pay and play, membership of Newton Abbot Recreational Trust is an affordable way to enjoy playing tennis all year. Also, tennis members automatically have full membership of the club bar (The Sportsmans Arms), as well as the squash and racketball courts.

Outdoor Courts: 3

  • Floodlit: 3
  • Macadam: 3

Indoor Courts: 1

  • Macadam: 1

Facilities

  • Changing Rooms
  • Clubhouse
  • Bar
Address:
Marsh Road, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ12 2AR
Telephone:
01626 366750

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