Tennis takes centre stage with North Somerset academy

PUBLISHED: 11:09 14 August 2018

North Somerset Tennis Academy.

North Somerset Tennis Academy.


There are still spaces available at the summer camps held by North Somerset Tennis Academy.

It has been a fantastic summer of tennis so far at North Somerset Tennis Academy and head coach Stuart has been delighted with amount of children playing tennis.

There has been more than 70 children taking part in the summer camps and getting children active and playing tennis is certainly one of the goals at the academy. With the new 14-week term starting in a few weeks, it is exciting times ahead for the academy.

With only two weeks left, there is still time to play tennis, there is availability at the summer camps being held at Clevedon seafront tennis courts.

For just £25 your child will receive a brand new racket, personalised t-shirt, tennis balls, and coaching lessons, tennis equipment is delivered to your door for free.

The course is open to four to 11-year-olds. Tennis 4 Kids course dates (9am-1pm): August 21-23 and 28-30

NSTA is also providing tennis camps (from £9 per day) throughout the summer holidays for three to 16-year-olds, all playing standards catered for by our fantastic and enthusiastic coaching team (contact Stuart for more details).

To take advantage of this amazing offer, visit or for more information, email or call 07593 456869.

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