The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Tattenhall Tennis Club: October 2020
Tennis Autumn and Winter 2020 at Tattenhall Tennis Club continues
Tattenhall Tennis Club is very much open for business and we have been playing regularly through the Summer months, complying with Covid restrictions.
Adult Club morning is Tuesday from 10am and Tuesday Evenings from 6.30pm
Social Saturdays from 2pm to 4pm for Members.
Anyone wanting to have a go can come and play for free a couple of times before joining the club.
Pay and Play for non members is £10 per hour per court, £12 with lights, payable online when booking to play.
Our newly installed SmartAccess gate system is linked to the floodlights so everyone can play for longer.
Go to our website: CLICK HERE and click on Booking, then follow the instructions.
If you interested in coaching, Berin Ames our Coach can be contacted on
07775 523250 or : firstname.lastname@example.org
He runs regular Junior and Adult courses, including a very popular Cardio Class and of course he's available for one to one coaching, if preferred.
For any other information email : email@example.com
Outdoor tennis activity can continue in Tier 2 (High) and Tier 3 (Very High) areas in line with current national guidelines.
Non members are welcome !
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