North Somerset Tennis Academy to run further courses

PUBLISHED: 14:30 15 August 2017 | UPDATED: 14:30 15 August 2017

Stuart Bannerman.

Stuart Bannerman.


North Somerset Tennis Academy is set to run further courses in Clevedon.

After a successful first term of tennis at the Salthouse Fields Tennis Courts, head coach Stuart Bannerman is delighted to announce North Somerset Tennis Academy is back with extra courses and will now also be running courses at Clevedon School and St Johns Hall, Clevedon.

There are classes for all. No membership fees and rackets can be provided. This is exciting times for NSTA, with new academy t-shirt sponsors Sitec and tournament sponsors Body Management, Clevedon.

Term time course dates will begin September 4 for 14 weeks. Mondays at Clevedon School: Red Stars and Orange Future (5pm); Green Giants and Yellow Warriors (6pm).

Wednesdays at Clevedon School: Adult Cardio (7pm). Thursdays at Clevedon School: Green Giants and Yellow Warriors (5.30pm). Fridays at St Johns Hall from 11.30am: Tennis Tots.

Saturdays at Clevedon Seafront Courts: Tennis Tots (9:30am); Red Stars + Adult Cardio (10am); Orange Future (11am).

Early booking discounts plus 50 per cent off any second course booked.

If you are unsure of which course, or would like any more additional information, please do not hesitate to contact Stuart on 07593 456869 or email

North Somerset Tennis Academy’s first junior event is to be held at Clevedon School Tennis Courts and sponsored by Body Management, Clevedon,

The tournament is aimed at players with ratings between 8.2-10. Under-14s mixed singles event and doubles (plate singles event).

£5 entry fee for singles and doubles (per pair), free to enter doubles if entered into singles event. Prizes and medals to be won.

To enter, please contact head coach Stuart Bannerman on 07593 456869 or or @nsomersettennis

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