Latest Coronavirus Update

14 September 2020

A weekly Tuesday Club Night starts 15 Sept and we’ll have 3 40 minute rounds instead of 2 of 60 minutes in the 2 hour session at both the Tuesday and the Friday Club Night. Another Ladies’ Tennis Afternoon is scheduled for 20th September.

You must book a place via the Members’ Area if you wish to attend any of these events.

Ladies’ Tennis Afternoon

12 enthusiastic ladies came along to the first Ladies Tennis afternoon, post Covid, on Sunday 23 August.  Even the weather played ball – a shower threatened, but in fact it was dry all afternoon, and the wind had dropped.

Next event 20th September – you must book your place via the Members’ Area.

20/21 Season’s Subscriptions – REDUCED FROM 1 AUGUST

1st August
With tennis, singles and doubles, now permitted on booked courts at the club and reduced subscriptions, there’s no reason now to hold off renewing your membership.  Our first club night will be on 14th August under special COVID-19 rules and the county have already issued the fixture list for the Winter League which also starts in September. Although we won’t be removing anyone from our mailing list until later in the season, if you want to start playing again, you need to renew your subscription now. Go to the Subscriptions Calculator for subs from September onwards. Read on for how to pay and how much…

Autumn Coaching 2020

Subject to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) emergency regulations in place at the time, we are confident that the Autumn Coaching courses will go ahead in September. Register now to be sure of getting a place.  Courses are 13 lessons long and there’s a break at the end of October for half term.

Field Repairs

Wednesday 3 June

Two tons of topsoil arrived at 9:30 and a number of volunteers were on hand to barrow it to the damaged areas and continue the good work that had begun a month ago.  This was a different material from last time but, as well as repairing the parts which were not done last time, it was used to improve and stabilise  the existing repairs which have already shown good growth of grass.  Many thanks to all of the helpers.