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St Neots Tennis Club

Established in 1920, St Neots Tennis Club lies at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac on the east bank of the River Great Ouse, close to the centre of this historic Cambridgeshire town.

 

The Club has first-class playing facilities, made up of four floodlit, all-weather hard courts enabling tennis to be played throughout the year. the club also has a licensed bar and a pro-shop offering members a range of rackets, accessories and clothing from leading sports manufacturers.

 

Social Play

As a friendly club, members enjoy meeting weekly for social play. These relaxed sessions are open to players of all standards and are a fantastic way to meet new people.

 

Coaching

St Neots Tennis Club offers a wide range of one-to-one and group coaching for both children and adults. Led by Head Coach Nick Peck, the experienced coaching team provides opportunities for people of all ages to learn to play tennis from scratch and to develop their skills to a high level.

 

The Club offers free weekly group coaching sessions for adult beginners. Whereas the Mini Tennis and Junior Programme provide coaching for children from the age of four upwards, throughout the year.

 

Competitive Tennis

Excellent competitive opportunities are available with multiple teams in Huntingdon and Peterborough league, and the summer and winter Cambridgeshire league.

 

Membership

With a massive 10 membership packages, St Neots Tennis Club is open to all. So whether you’re an adult, child or family, there’s an option for you. Discounts are also available.

Outdoor Courts: 4

  • Floodlit: 4
  • Hard: 4

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Clubhouse
    • Bar
    • Pro Shop
    Address:
    St. Anselm Place, St Neots, Cambridgeshire, PE19 1AP
    Telephone:
    01480 474138

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