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Woodlands Tennis Club

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If you live in the east Bristol area and are looking to improve your fitness, learn a new sport, or to nurture and improve existing tennis skills, Woodlands Tennis Club could be your answer! Established in 1941, Woodlands caters for all levels of player ability with new members and visitors welcome.

 

Social Play

There are regular social tennis sessions including weekly afternoon for players over 55. Because of this exciting club programme, players of all standards can mix in and play some good tennis while improving and meeting new people.

 

Coaching

Well regarded for it’s comprehensive coaching programme, which is open to all ages and abilities. Adult coaching at all levels is available in group sessions as well as on a one to one basis. Looking to the future, Woodlands’ Junior Members benefit exclusively from excellent in house coaching. Also for the juniors there are a range of school holiday, tennis activity weeks provided by qualified LTA coaches.

 

Competitive Tennis

For those who play at a competitive standard, Woodlands has 2 teams in the Avon LTA league.  As a result, the club is always on the look out for more match players. In addition, juniors have the chance to play in local Aegon competitions, which encourages competition from a young age.

 

Membership

Three types of membership are available at Woodlands Tennis Club. Club fees are the cheapest in Bristol. These membership classes are Adult, Junior and limited. Visitors are also welcome for a small fee.

Outdoor Courts: 2

  • Floodlit: 2
  • Macadam: 2

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    Address:
    Bibury Cres, Hanham, Bristol, BS15 3EX
    Telephone:
    01179 603886
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