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Writhlington Sports and Leisure Centre

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Writhlington Sports and Leisure Centre is a community focused charity, which has exceptional tennis facilities with both indoor and outdoor tennis courts. Located near to Bath, the centre is also home to Writhlington Tennis Club.

 

Social Play

You can hire tennis courts on a pay and play basis or as part of membership of Writhlington Leisure Centre. Courts are open for bookings throughout the week from 9.00am – 10.00pm.

 

Coaching

A fantastic coaching programme is available. From LTA mini tennis for players as young as 3 years olds. Up to Rusty Rackets for players over 45. And of courses, there’s plenty on offer for all ages and abilities. Cardio Tennis is held regularly at the club. As a result you will improve your fitness, agility and coordination as well as burning around 600 calories!

 

Competitive Tennis

As a pay and play centre, no league or tournament play is available. However, if you want access to competitive tennis then consider joining the tennis club located at the centre.

 

Membership

You can choose to join as a member or hire tennis courts as and when you fancy a game. Membership is affordable and is available either as a monthly or annual fee. There is, however, a joining fee.

 

Extras

In addition to tennis, Writhlington Leisure provides a diverse range of Sports across two locations, including fitness class, dance lessons and squash.

Outdoor Courts: 4

      Indoor Courts: 4

        Facilities

        • Changing Rooms
        Address:
        Knobsbury Lane, Writhlington, Radstock, nr Bath, BA3 3NQ
        Telephone:
        01761 252631
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