Tennis Club History

The Tennis Club was founded in 1974 where two courts had been constructed in a triangular area of land, over the far side of the cricket pitch away from Abbots Road and we have been going strong ever since.  

Hanham Tennis Club is a small and very friendly club which is keen to encourage new members to the benefits of playing tennis and making new friends - whether it is for social or more serious league tennis.  

The  club is part of the Hanham Community Centre but located a mile away at the sports ground in Abbot's Road, where there is plenty of off-road parking. 

We share changing rooms and showering facilities with the Cricket Club which also has a bar at very reasonable prices. 

We have two floodlit all weather tennis courts which have recently been resurfaced and in 2016-17 we had brand new £11,000 fencing installed and the courts were professionally cleaned.

So why not come and meet us on a Adults Club evening Tuesday's and Thursday's 7.00pm - 10.00pm or on Sunday afternoon 2pm - 5pm.

We also have adult coaching early evenings on a Wednesday (beginners).

For Junior's we run Squad sessions after school on Monday and Tuesday afternoons. 

Please call one of the numbers shown in "Contacts" for further details - or Coach Neil Britton (fully DBS checked and LTA registered) for coaching enquiries.

We have a Welfare Officer Giles Kirkham (fully DBS checked) and is the first point of contact for concerned children and vulnerable adults who are playing at the our club - our Policy and Giles's contact details can be found "here"

When you join us you are automatically a member of the Hanham Community Centre as well which allows you to partake in their social club, events and hire out rooms along with many other benefits.

If you are new to tennis, or a little rusty, Neil Britton is our fully LTA qualified tennis coach available for either group or individual coaching to get you up to speed - see "Whats new" for details.

The Folk Centre then ...........................................

..........and Now.

Hanham Community Centre
See this link for further information on the Hanham Community Centre
 

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