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Wrea Green Tennis Club

Wrea Green Tennis Club is a private club, situated near Preston and is open to tennis players from both the village and beyond.

 

The club was founded in 1956 on a piece of land donated by the Birley family who at that time lived at The Villa, Wrea Green. Originally consisting of one hard tennis court and a pavilion-style clubhouse. The club has gone from strength to strength over the years and now has three all-weather tennis courts and a pavilion.

 

Social Play

Whether you want to play at a weekly club session or use the court for your own game, you have plenty of opportunities to do both.

 

Coaching

Adult coaching sessions are available for a small charge at the club. Ladies coaching is on Saturdays mornings, Men’s coaching is on Tuesday evenings. There’s also mixed group coaching on Tuesday mornings.

 

There is a strong junior section within the club and a 10-week course of coaching is provided free of charge.

 

Competitive Tennis

The Club enters teams in the local Fylde League (2 men’s team and 3 ladies’ teams) and also two mixed teams in the Ribble Tennis League. 3 Junior Boys’ teams compete in the Fylde League. In addition to league play, the club host an annual Club Tournament.

 

Membership

While Wrea Green Tennis Club does charge a small joining fee, membership is very affordable and a few different packages are available. Visitors are welcome for a small fee. All visitors must be accompanied by a paid-up member.

Outdoor Courts: 3

      Indoor Courts: 0

        Facilities

        • Changing Rooms
        • Clubhouse
        Address:
        Mill Lane, Wrea Green, Preston, Lancashire, PR4 2WP
        Telephone:
        01772 685798

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