New tennis course to be held at Clevedon School

PUBLISHED: 11:06 30 August 2017 | UPDATED: 11:06 30 August 2017

North Somerset Tennis Academy.

North Somerset Tennis Academy.


North Somerset Tennis Academy is starting its 14-week tennis course on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays at Clevedon School

North Somerset Tennis Academy is only a few days away (Monday at Clevedon School) from starting its 14-week tennis course on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

With no expensive membership fees and rackets which can be provided to all. The holidays may almost be over, but there really being no better time to be part of North Somerset Tennis Academy.

This term, the academy will have competitive matches for all age groups, award schemes for each child, plus Stuart will be working closely with Great Britain’s tennis team to maximise the children’s development.

To book your child’s place or for more course information please contact Stuart (details below).

The academy’s first junior tournament is to be held at Clevedon School tennis courts on Saturday (11am-3pm), sponsored by Body Management, Clevedon. The tournament is aimed at players with ratings between 8.2-10.2.

There is Under-14s mixed singles and doubles, plus plate singles. £5 entry fee for singles (pay on the day). Free to enter doubles if entered into singles.

To enter the competition or for course information, please contact Stuart at or call 07593 456869 - See us also on Facebook North Somerset Ever wanted to play tennis? North Somerset Tennis Academy is offering free taster sessions to children aged between three and 16. Contact Stuart for more details

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