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Sodbury Tennis Club

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Sodbury Tennis Club was formed by local tennis enthusiasts on the 14th May 1954. Today, the club is a friendly, community sports club where tennis is enjoyed, both social and competitive. Located just north of Chipping Sodbury town centre, tennis players from the Bristol area enjoy playing at the club.

 

Social Play

Across the week five social tennis session take place. Open to all, these enable members to play regular tennis, work on their technique and catch up with others.

 

Coaching

With a small team of qualified coaches, the club offers a comprehensive coaching programme. Most sessions are open to members and non-members alike. The tailored junior programme aims to inspire as well as develop key skills using fun games. Juniors can also take part in holiday camps and competitions! Adults have access to a range of coaching, from fitness drill session to intermediate lessons.

 

Competitive Tennis

If you’re looking for fantastic competitive tennis then Sodbury Tennis Club offers a range. There are many teams in local leagues as well as multiple club tournaments each year.

 

Membership

With 10 different types of membership, all can join. Whether your adult, family or junior, there is suitable class of membership. If you’re looking at joining, there are open days throughout the year.

 

Extras

In addition to the excellent tennis programme, members meet regularly off court for fun social events.

Outdoor Courts: 4

  • Floodlit: 4
  • Mini: 1
  • Artificial Grass: 4

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    • Bar
    Address:
    The Ridings, St. John's Way, Chipping Sodbury, Bristol, BS37 6PQ
    Telephone:
    01454 273281
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