Summer tennis camp at Wrington

PUBLISHED: 09:16 19 June 2015 | UPDATED: 09:16 19 June 2015

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A summer camp is being held at Wrington Tennis Club.

WRINGTON Lawn Tennis Club’s tennis camp is now open for registration.

This is the third annual summer camp organised by George Gittens and Sarah Tyler. The club’s LTA qualified coaches Gittens and Michael Rakosi will be assisted by other qualified personnel in the running of the event.

The tennis camp is open to children aged five and above (any tennis ability welcome) and will run from 9.30am to 3.30pm daily.

The tennis camp provides a great opportunity for your child/children to get involved in something unique and encourages new friendships.

Rates are as follows: half day £15; one day £28; two days £50; three days £69; four days £88; five days £99. Three-child family (one attends half price), four-child family (one attends free of charge).

Please contact event organiser Sarah Tyler on 07821 397116 or email

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