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Oakleigh Park Lawn Tennis and Squash Club

Oakleigh Park Lawn Tennis and Squash Club is a friendly, family oriented members’ club. As well as a cornerstone for the local community in North London.

 

The club offers Tennis, Squash and Racketball as well as a gym. All of these are a great way to get fit, make friends and have fun. Don’t worry if you’re not a member, as you can still use the club’s tennis facilities. Although after trying them, you’ll want to become a member!

 

Social Play

There are regular club nights to meet and play with a broad spectrum of members. These turn up and play sessions are always popular and fun, so try one soon!

 

Coaching

The tennis coach team who maintain the Oakleigh Park Tennis Coaching Programme provides both Adult and Junior tuition. The tennis coaching courses at Oakleigh Park Tennis and Squash club welcomes non-members to join all classes.

 

The highly experienced, friendly and helpful Coaches are also available for one-to-one private lessons.

 

Competitive Tennis

With teams in the Middlesex Leagues, competitive internal leagues throughout the year and hotly contested Club tournaments, there’s lots of competitive play for you to play in.

 

Membership

Oakleigh Park Lawn Tennis and Squash Club offers a number of different membership categories, plus a pay-and-play facility for non-members playing tennis and squash. So if you’re interested, book a tour today and discover the club for yourself.

 

Extras

An active social committee organises events throughout the year. So there’s plenty happening off court as well as on!

Outdoor Courts: 10

      Indoor Courts: 0

        Facilities

        • Changing Rooms
        • Clubhouse
        Address:
        100 Oakleigh Road North, Whetstone, London, N20 9EZ
        Telephone:
        02084 457221

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