Free tennis on offer

PUBLISHED: 09:26 10 June 2016 | UPDATED: 09:26 10 June 2016

A free tennis weekend is being offered at King Alfred Sports Centre in Highbridge.

As Murraymania begins in Britain in the lead up to Wimbledon, 1610 is encouraging sofa-bound tennis fans to leave the TV behind and grab a tennis racquet and start playing tennis.

1610 is launching budget family and single tennis passes as well as a free tennis weekend at King Alfred Sports Centre, Highbridge, as part of an initiative to get the county fit and active.

The Great British Tennis Weekend is in partnership with the Lawn Tennis Association and is free to players on July 16-17.

The budget tennis season pass for a family of four costs £30 for the summer season and ends on August 31 and gives family members unlimited access to courts. A single tennis pass is available for £20.

For more details of the Summer of Tennis initiative and season pass please visit www.1610.org.uk or phone 01278 786868.

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