Open day planned at Weston Tennis Club

WESTON Tennis Club is launching the new season with a fun-filled open day on Sunday from 11am-2pm.

WESTON Tennis Club is launching the new season with a fun-filled open day on Sunday from 11am-2pm.

Children, adults, beginners and seasoned players are invited to come and play for free at the club’s facilities comprising of five floodlit courts tucked away in Neva Road, close to the train station.

All open day visitors can participate in a prize draw with a one on one free coaching session with the club’s head coach, Jamie Allen, going to the lucky winner. There will be the opportunity to play for free and participate in fun games with rackets and refreshments provide.

Since the recent �100,000 investment in the playing facilities, the club has recruited top local coach, Jamie Allen to further extend the wide range of coaching courses. This has been helped with the aid of sponsorship from Mercedes Benz of Weston for the junior section and the club is grateful for their support.

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In addition to group and individual coaching for adult and juniors (aged five to 15 including a range of mini-tennis courses), the club will be holding an Easter holiday camp for juniors on Monday, Wednesday and Friday commencing April 11.

With two ladies’ teams and five men’s team, including the two teams promoted to Division 2 last year, the club is also keen to recruit additional players for the league teams.

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Club chairman, Bob Wilson, told the Mercury: “We’ve been delighted with how the club has progressed since the court and floodlight refurbishments. We are now keen to get more members of all ages and abilities, including beginners, to come to join and participate in our many weekly club sessions throughout the year.”

For information on the open day, membership, coaching opportunities and the Easter tennis camp, please call Bob Wilson on 01934 628070 or check out more information on the club at their website:

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