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Sharnbrook Lawn Tennis Club

Sharnbrook Lawn Tennis Club is a welcoming, enjoyable place to play tennis with a long tradition. With a focus on social tennis, the club also provides coaching and competitive tennis.

 

Social Play

Twice a week there are club nights. These take place on Wednesday and Friday evenings. While a Adult members are welcome, there is a minimum playing standard to ensure all can have an enjoyable evening.

 

Coaching

Club Coach, Paul Braithwaite, an LTA level five senior coach has created a comprehensive coaching programme. There are two adult session each weekend during the academic terms. Paul is also available for group sessions as well as individual coaching. Juniors members are catered for with an excellent coaching programme, led by Paul.

 

Competitive Tennis

Sharnbrook Lawn Tennis Club encourages members, both adults and juniors, to get involved in competitive tennis. The easiest way to do this is to get a British Tennis Membership.

 

The club participates in both the Summer and Winter leagues for adults in men’s doubles. While, some of the juniors have gone on to play at national level where we represented the county.

 

Membership

The club offers a range of membership, with pro rata rate available. However, new members must pay a small joining fee. Juniors who take part in the coaching programme must also join.

 

 

Extras

With a vibrant community, the club organise a series of events and excursions throughout the year.

Outdoor Courts: 3

  • Floodlit: 3
  • Mini: 1
  • Astroturf: 3

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    Address:
    Lodge Road, Sharnbrook, Bedford, Bedfordshire, MK44 1JP
    Telephone:
    01234 918796

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