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Watton Sports Association and Social Club

Watton Sports Association and Social Club aims to provide affordable Sports, Recreation and Leisure facilities to all of its members in a pleasant safe environment. In addition to tennis courts, the club has a large sports hall, fitness suite as well as Badminton and Squash courts.

 

It is not all about sport, Watton Sports and Social Club has an outstanding bar and lounge area, which is open to its members. There are also event spaces available for hire by members and non-members and are perfect for hosting weddings, parties and other events.

 

Social Play

Courts at Watton Sports Association and Social Club are available on a pay and play basis. Therefore non-members can use them. And members can control their spending while playing as often as you would like to.

 

Coaching

There is no coaching programme available. And as a result, it may be worth looking at other local tennis clubs who do provide extensive coaching options, should that be top of your list.

 

Competitive Tennis

As the focus is on coaching and court hire, no competitive match play is available. However, other local tennis clubs offer a range and so it may be worth having a look at them.

 

Membership

The tennis courts at Watton Sports Association and Social Club are available on a Play and Pay basis. Annual club membership is also available and is tremendous value for money.

Outdoor Courts: 4

    • Macadam: 1
    • Astroturf: 3

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      Address:
      Dereham Road, Thetford, Norfolk, IP25 6EZ
      Telephone:
      01953 881281

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