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Southwold and District Tennis Club

Founded in 1928, Southwold and District Tennis Club is based in a residential street within sight and sound of the sea. In addition to an exciting tennis programme, a number of social events take place each year. 

 

Social Play

With weekly informal social tennis session, you can enjoy playing tennis all year round. Also as there are plenty of opportunities to play each week, no matter how busy you are, you’ll always be able to find time to get on court.

 

Coaching

As the club has an incredible selection of coaches, whatever your standard, there’s coaching for you. Whether you are a complete beginner or wish to improve some elements of your game the team can help you grow and develop.

 

Mark Websdale, head coach, runs several group coaching sessions for juniors and adults. These are a great way to learn some new skills and meet some new people. Plus you don’t need to be a member to take part in coaching.

 

Competitive Tennis

For the more competitive, teams compete in the Lowestoft League and the Norwich League. As these leagues have many different groups that cater for all levels and abilities, which means that everyone can get involved. 

 

Membership

Joining Southwold and District Tennis Club couldn’t be simpler and it’s incredibly affordable. And there’s a membership package to suit everyone. So consider joining today.

Outdoor Courts: 3

  • Floodlit: 2

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      Address:
      Hotson Road, Southwold, Suffolk, IP18 6BS
      Telephone:
      01502 723013

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