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Norbreck Bowling and Tennis Club

Established in 1931, the Norbreck Bowling and Tennis Club is one of the premier Private Members Clubs on the Fylde Coast. In addition to tennis, the club offers golf, bowls and snooker.

 

Catering for Members of all ages the club has a variety of social and sporting events running throughout the year. With Live Entertainment each weekend and weekly Bingo, Line Dancing and TV Norbreck offers something for everyone.

 

The club has a comprehensive playing and coaching programme. As well as regular social play session including a Saturday morning family session.

 

Social Play

Whether you want to book a court for your own game or join in at a weekly social tennis session, the choice is yours.

 

Coaching

Learn to play or improve your game and get back on the courts with the Norbreck Club tennis coaching team. The Club provides a comprehensive coaching programme throughout the year covering all aspects of tennis from Mini Red (juniors) to Adults.

 

Competitive Tennis

A variety of competitions for both Adults and Juniors are run throughout the year. The Club has two men’s, one ladies’ team and girls and boys junior teams in the Fylde Tennis League.

 

Membership

Everyone is welcome to join Norbreck Bowling and Tennis Club and there are membership options available for adults, teens and juniors. Plus, with vibrant sports and social programmes, there really is something for everyone too.

Outdoor Courts: 2

      Indoor Courts: 0

        Facilities

        • Changing Rooms
        • Clubhouse
        • Bar
        Address:
        Clovelly Avenue, Thornton-Cleveleys, Lancashire, FY5 1RZ
        Telephone:
        01253 852154

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