Avenue Tennis Club head coach, Vinny Duddy and Craig Phillips visited four more junior schools in Burnham as part of their efforts to promote tennis in the area.
AVENUE Tennis Club head coach, Vinny Duddy and Craig Phillips visited four more junior schools in Burnham as part of their efforts to promote tennis in the area.
The first day saw them at Brent Knoll where they used the Brent Knoll tennis courts, followed by visits to East and West Huntspill, and East Brent.
Duddy will be starting a Saturday morning session from 10-11am (June 23). For more details regarding this session, please contact Vinny or Craig at the tennis club on 01278 782758.
The club run a variety of adult social play sessions during the week on Wednesdays and Friday evenings or Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday mornings. Coaching is available for juniors every night of the week.
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Details of the events and tennis coaching courses held at the Avenue Tennis Club can be obtained from the office on 01278 782758 or from the club website at www.avenuetennis.com
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