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Swindon Community Tennis

Swindon Community Tennis is one of the best public tennis facilities in the country. The centre aims to make tennis accessible for everyone and offers membership as well as pay to play.

 

Social Play

There’s turn up and mix in sessions on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays all year round. These pay as go sessions are superb if you’re trying to get back into tennis, have been playing a while or can’t commit to joining a club.

 

Coaching

A number of coaching programmes are on offer from mini and junior tennis right through to adult beginner, intermediate and advanced coaching sessions. There are opportunities for either individual or group coaching sessions, alongside holiday camps run during the school holidays.

 

Competitive Tennis

Competitions are a great way to enjoy tennis, whether that’s playing tennis with your friends or entering new competitions to play against new people.

 

Swindon Community Tennis has a number of partner organisations that can help you find a competition that is right for you. These include Local Tennis Leagues and opportunities with Swindon Tennis Club, who are based on the same site.

 

Membership

Swindon Community Tennis offers pay and plays on court and coaching. However, you can book on to many courses and pay up front. By operating the club this way, everyone is able to join in and enjoy the fantastic facilities and team.

Outdoor Courts: 10

  • Floodlit: 4
  • Mini: 4

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      • Cafe
      Address:
      St Mark’s Recreation Ground, Whitehouse Road, Swindon, SN2 1DB
      Telephone:
      01793 520495

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