As announced in the recent Newsletter, we will be holding our Annual Club Championships from the middle of July with a Finals Day, within the constraints of the Coronavirus restrictions in place at the time, on Sunday 13th September.
1 July 2020
These guidelines have been produced in line with Government announcements on the easing of lockdown restrictions, and the subsequent Government guidance on gatherings, public spaces, and outdoor activities and the phased return of outdoor sport and recreation published on the Gov.uk website.
The Coaching Team at Crowthorne Tennis Club is pleased to announce that we will be offering our popular tennis camps throughout July and August!
You’ll have noticed the window and door apertures are boarded up to secure the building in advance of the arrival of doors, windows and other fittings. From now on we expect to see rapid progress with, hopefully, the builder finishing shortly after the end of the month ready for volunteers from the members to take over to do the decorating and landscaping.
With tennis, singles and doubles, now permitted on booked courts at the club, there’s no reason now to hold off renewing your subscription. Up marginally from last year, there’ll be a big improvement in facilities at the club once the clubhouse is finally completed. 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.
Unless your contact details have changed, there is no need to fill in a membership form, just send Karen an email with your name, the amount and any bank references. Read on for how to pay and how much…
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.
With Coronavirus precautions coming in during March and full lockdown imposed on 23rd, just two matches, which were rescheduled for 28th and 29th March, were not played.
Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) emergency, there is unlikely to be any group coaching before September at the earliest.
Currently suspended due to the Coronavirus emergency.
Storms Ciara and Dennis affected several matches so there were a number of postponements this month. However, on the 1st February, both Ladies’ matches were played, with both ending in 2-2 losing draws, and on 21st, Boys 18U A clinched top spot in Division 2 by a set with a win against Latika.