Clevedon LTC seek 'Everyone for Tennis' fun and games

Clevedon Lawn Tennis Club

Blue skies above Clevedon Lawn Tennis Club - Credit: Nicholas Walsh

Free club sponsored tennis coaching for all adults who would like to come and ‘give it a go’ is being offered at Clevedon Lawn Tennis Club.

As part of their ‘Everyone for Tennis’ programme this year, the club wants to encourage as many people as possible to join in the fun and games.

Sessions will take place every Saturday evening from April 3 to 24, from 5-6pm and places can be booked by emailing Mike Graham at clevedonltc@gmail.com.

Clevedon LTC includes people of all ages and abilities, with a good proportion of members having never played the game before, who meet up regularly to have a thoroughly great day out.

The club also boasts some top players, but everyone mixes with friends of a similar standard, and arrange to play in groups, as and when they are available.


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To encourage as many young people to play tennis this year, CLTC have introduced a special offer for juniors, who will pay only £10 per month from April to September.

A spokesperson said: "This is a great opportunity to improve your child’s physical and mental strength, and also for them to achieve better flexibility, balance and hand to eye coordination.

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"The game encourages social skills through teamwork which helps build more confidence, and leads to a strong camaraderie amongst friends.

"By playing tennis regularly, and becoming a full member at CLTC, every child will benefit from running around outdoors in a safe environment, getting plenty of fresh air, as they build a strong immune system, which will help ward off classroom colds and viruses."

The club's Junior Summer Programme will start on Monday April 19 and run for 13 weeks.

See clubspark.lta.org.uk/ClevedonLawnTennisClub/Coaching/JuniorCoaching for more details, or contact head coach Michael Rakosi at rakosi@btinternet.com or by calling 07748 157229.

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