Numbers at an all-time high with North Somerset Tennis Academy

PUBLISHED: 16:27 25 September 2018 | UPDATED: 16:27 25 September 2018

North Somerset Tennis Academy.

North Somerset Tennis Academy.

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North Somerset Tennis Academy has seen record high numbers with more than 300 children playing each week.

It has been a record-breaking start for North Somerset Tennis Academy this term with participation levels at an all-time high.

With the Tennis 4 Kids, the NSTA outreach schools programme and the academy, the academy is now seeing more than 300 children a week pick up a racket.

Coach Stuart Bannerman has put on extra classes throughout the week and there are now tennis sessions on every day of the week for children to try the sport.

At NSTA you can join any of the courses at any time, we also offer a free trial session or a free assessment plus free membership to all.

The academy is also delighted to announce Head Tennis will be one of the new sponsors.

To book your child’s place or for more information, please contact Stuart at stuart@n-somersettennis.com or call Stuart on 07593 456869. Also check out our Facebook page @nsomersettennis for the latest updates.

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