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Quarry Bank Tennis Club

Established in 1912, Quarry Bank Tennis Club is a family-focussed private members Club, which continues to provide quality tennis facilities for all ages and abilities.


Situated a few hundred yards from Merry Hill Shopping Centre, the Club is located in the centre of the Black Country. The standard of play at the Club ranges from beginner to national squad standard. With great coaching facilities and a friendly, family atmosphere, the Club is the ideal place to play tennis.


Social Play

There are social tennis session all year round. Individual members can simply turn up and join in without the need to book games in advance.



A full coaching programme is available at Quarry Bank. Local coaching company, Prosser Tennis Academy lead the programme, which caters for all abilities and ages, from mini-tennis (3-8 years) to adult. So, if you want to work on your match play or serve, a few coaching session will enable you to reach your goals.


Competitive Tennis

While some players join a tennis club for social play, many are looking to play competitive tennis. Quarry Bank currently competes with 2 Men’s teams and 1 Ladies’ team in the Staffordshire Tennis Leagues. In addition a number of club tournaments take place each year.



With full adult membership costing less than a £1 per week, Quarry Bank Tennis Club is affordable. A number of membership options are also available.



Finally, regular social events take place, where members can enjoy the facilities including the bar. The clubhouse is also available for members to hire for events such as birthday parties, Christenings and engagement parties.

Outdoor Courts: 4

  • Floodlit: 4
  • Macadam: 4

Indoor Courts: 0


  • Changing Rooms
  • Clubhouse
  • Bar
  • Function Room
Talbots Lane, Brierley Hill, West Midlands, DY5 1SA
01384 377421

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