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Olney Tennis Club

Located near Milton Keynes, Olney Tennis Club welcomes players of all standards and of all ages to their friendly and sociable club. With four floodlit hardcourts and a clubhouse on the recreation ground in Olney by the River Ouse, you’ll enjoy playing here.

 

Social Play

Weekly adult club play sessions encourage all to stay active and enjoy playing tennis. As well as a weekly Junior club evening. Also, members can book courts for their own games and can do so online! Not a member but want to play? Then contact Davis Opticians in Olney High Street, who manage public court bookings.

 

Coaching

An extensive programme of coaching is provided by a qualified coach, Nigel Willard with a particular emphasis on Junior development from 3-year-olds through to teenagers. There are also popular courses for new and “rusty” adults. In addition to a fantastic junior programme, kids can join in at camps during the school holidays.

 

Competitive Tennis

The club runs Mens. Ladies, Mixed and Junior teams that compete in the Milton Keynes and Bucks leagues. Also, there are frequent tournaments open to all.

 

Membership

Olney Tennis Club offers it’s members a whole range of benefits and so it’s worth joining. In terms of membership packages, a number of affordable options are available including adult, junior and family.

 

Extras

The club also has an active social programme throughout the year including Quizzes, BBQs and Dinners.

Outdoor Courts: 4

  • Floodlit: 4
  • Hard: 4

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    Address:
    The Recreation Ground, East Street, Olney, nr Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK46 4DW
    Telephone:
    01604 696968

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