North Somerset Tennis Academy smashes the 100 mark

PUBLISHED: 15:56 05 June 2018 | UPDATED: 15:56 05 June 2018

North Somerset Tennis Academy.

North Somerset Tennis Academy.

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More than 100 children have signed up for the Tennis 4 Kids campaign at North Somerset Tennis Academy.

North Somerset Tennis Academy had more than 100 children sign up for Tennis 4 Kids initiative.

Tennis 4 Kids is an LTA national campaign to actively increase levels of participation in tennis for children aged between four and 11 years. It has been rolled out all over the country by the LTA and has received national press coverage and has been supported by GB Davis Cup captain Leon Smith and a host of professional tennis players.

NSTA was one of the first coaching providers in the UK to reach 100 kids and was selected by the LTA to deliver the programme.

T4K is an excellent opportunity for children to get involved in tennis, each child signed up will receive a tennis racket, personalised t-shirt, tennis balls and six lessons for just £25 all delivered to your home for free.

After the course has finished, NSTA has set up an excellent follow-on offer for your son/daughter to keep on playing in one of there weekly coaching sessions at Clevedon seafront tennis courts. There is also free membership and a chance to win Wimbledon tickets.

NSTA will continue to drive T4K by offering even more sessions, new courses are available between June 15-17.

For more information, visit http://tennisforkids.uk/nstennis or contact Stuart directly at stuart@n-somersettennis.com or call 07593 456869.


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