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Writhlington Tennis Club

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Situated about 10 miles from Bath, Writhlington Tennis Club is the area’s newest tennis club. Based at Writhlington Sports and Leisure Centre, the club welcomes all tennis players 16 and over for a range of social and competitive tennis. As a stand alone club, members have access to a range of options which aren’t available to those who simply pay and play. The club benefits from both indoor and outdoor tennis courts, which allows for play, all year round.

 

Social Play

A wide variety of activities take place through the season Autumn with Club Nights and Sunday Club Sessions as well as ladies group tennis. Guests can also play for up to three sessions before having to join.

 

Coaching

Regular coaching at Writhlington Tennis Centre is available separately through Writhlington Leisure.

 

Competitive Tennis

Writhlington Tennis Club has a strong presence in the local Avon leagues. And as a result is always trying to grow the number of competitive tennis teams. Also, the club’s annual Championships and box leagues encourages all members to play competitively.

 

Membership

There is a small joining fee. However, membership is affordable and open to all. It is worth noting that members do not have access to courts outside club activities without an additional Writhlington Leisure membership.

 

Extras

As a community sports club, a range of social events are held throughout the year.

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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