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Chard Tennis Club

Chard Tennis Club is a lively and thriving friendly three court club based in the beautiful county of Somerset. Originally formed in the 1920’s. Based at the Denning Sports Field off Zembard Lane, there is easy access from the Football Club.


Social Play

During the summer, there are three weekly club sessions. These take place on Tuesday evenings, Wednesday mornings and Saturday afternoons. In addition to the regular club sessions, members may use the courts at any time outside the club’s programme.



Club Coach, Sally Freeman is responsible for all adult coaching at Chard Tennis Club. Sally is highly experienced and has represented Great Britain in veterans tennis for a number of years. She runs adult group coaching sessions on Friday mornings and Tuesday evenings. Individual lessons are also available. Junior coaching is organised by Cameron Reilly who leads sessions on Friday afternoons and Saturday mornings.


Competitive Tennis

Chard Tennis Club encourages all members to play competitive in local leagues as well as in the club tournaments. Teams competes in the Yeovil and District Winter Tennis League. A range of tournaments take place throughout the year.



Seven different types of memberships are available and range from county players, to family and adults. Since there are no joining fees, becoming a member is simple and affordable. Visitors are welcome up to three time for a small fee before having to join as a members.



In addition to a range of tennis events, a number of social events take place each year including BBQs and Quiz nights.

Outdoor Courts: 3

  • Floodlit: 2

Indoor Courts: 0


Denning Sports Field, Zembard Lane, Chard, Somerset, TA20 1JL
01460 220854

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