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Bridge Tennis Club

Bridge Tennis Club is a thriving village-based tennis facility that welcomes players of all ages and levels. The club is a popular with members drawn from the surrounding, beautiful Kent towns, cities and countryside villages. In close proximity to Canterbury and with easy access to the major roads, tennis players of all ages and abilities are encouraged to join the club.


Social Play

Regular club sessions are on Wednesday evenings and Sunday mornings. Members pair up and play short sets, and you can change partners each set. So these sessions are a great way to meet fellow members, while working on your game. There is also a Ladies morning on Tuesdays. And course, members can book courts whenever they feel like playing!



Coaching is available with club coaches, Stewart Bristow and David Whitehouse. They offer regular weekly club workshops, tactical matchplay and individual sessions. Juniors also meet weekly for their own club nights, which is a mixture of coaching and game play.  There are also holiday programs for 5-16 year olds. Coaching at all levels from beginners to experienced players and for all ages is available.


Competitive Tennis

The club currently competes in the Dover and District League during the summer. AS well as in the Ashford and District League in the winter.



As adult membership costs just under £2 per week, joining  Bridge Tennis Club is affordable. There are many other membership options available which help to create an inclusive club.



The club also offers tennis racket restringing at competitive rates.

Outdoor Courts: 2

  • Floodlit: 2
  • Hard: 2

Indoor Courts: 0


  • Changing Rooms
  • Clubhouse
Patrixbourne Road, Bridge, Canterbury, Kent, CT4 5BL
01227 808624

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