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Park Tennis Club

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Situated at the end of Bute Avenue, a quiet cul-de-sac in the Hove Edge area of Brighouse, Park Tennis Club is a hidden gem. You will be warmly welcomed at the club regardless of your age or standard.

 

Social Play

On Monday and Wednesday nights, social tennis session for adults at all levels and older juniors take place. There are a range of Juniors sessions grouped by abilities, which take place on Wednesday afternoons and Saturday mornings. A part from these session, members can book courts for their own play.

 

Coaching

Park Tennis Club also boasts a comprehensive coaching programme with sessions catering for 4-10 year olds (mini tennis), older juniors and adults. All coaching is lead by a high qualified coach. As well as group coaching, individual session are available. Kids also benefit from holiday camps!

 

Competitive Tennis

If you want to play more match play, then Park offers a number of opportunities. Including teams in the Slazenger Calderdale League as well as 1 Mens Doubles teams in the Bradford League.

 

Membership

Park Tennis Club’s inexpensive membership fees make it particularly attractive to local players. Plus with no minimum standard or joining fee, the club is inclusive and easy to join. Membership for childrenĀ aged 10 and under is FREE, however at least one parent must be a club member.

 

Extras

During the summer, the club holds a number of tennis events with a BBQ after.

Outdoor Courts: 2

    • Shale: 2

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      Address:
      Bute Avenue, Hove Edge, Brighouse, West Yorkshire, HD6 2JA
      Telephone:
      07778 523867
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