The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Tattenhall Tennis Club: July 2019
With fantastic weather, live music and a great turn out the tennis club ran a successful event on Friday 28th June to help raise funds for the club's facilities and encourage participation. Children and adults took part in a range of tennis activities organised by our club coach Berin Ames of Ace Tennis Academy. With Wimbledon fever building we watched two high level tennis players battle it out in a pro-hit demonstration. The children enjoyed fete style games and the fun run with a medal for every finisher. Great live music from Class of 18, Why Tiger Why and Andy Cawley was played throughout the evening.
The tennis club would like to thank our sponsors CCM Solutions, Gifford Lea and Tattenhall Physio for their generous donations to this event.
If you signed up for the discounted club membership offer — remember you only have until the end of July — contact Mark on 07856 514009 for details of how to join.
The club would also like to thank all the volunteers (too many to list!) for their time and of course Tattenhall community for supporting the event making it such a success! We look forward to seeing you again soon:
· Elvis Tribute Night — August 19th
· Family Fun Evening and Fun Run — September 19
· Trivia Quiz and Curry Night — November 19
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