Tennis club to make a ‘racket’

PUBLISHED: 14:33 02 March 2011

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CLEVEDON Lawn Tennis Club will be celebrating Red Nose Day on March 19 by making a ‘racket’ and wear fancy dress to raise buckets of cash for Comic Relief.

CLEVEDON Lawn Tennis Club will be celebrating Red Nose Day on March 19 by making a ‘racket’ and wear fancy dress to raise buckets of cash for Comic Relief.

A fun tennis tournament will be held for both adults and children with prizes for the winners of the tournament and also the best fancy dress outfit. Non members are welcome to come along and play and join in the fun.

The tournament will be held at the club’s ground in Princes Road, opposite The Princes Hall Community Centre.

There will be lots of other activities for all the family including ‘Red Nose Racing’ and a ‘Comic Relief Pick a Pose sweepstake’. Red Nose cakes will be on sale throughout the day and food and drink will be available.

If you don’t fancy the tennis then come down and watch the Six Nations match, live on the big screen and enjoy a drink from the club bar.

Club president Margaret Dyer said: “I have never played tennis in fancy dress before, but I will certainly give the youngsters a run for their money with the costume I have planned.”

For more information and to enter, please see the club website: www.clevedonltc.co.uk e-mail clevedonltc@btinternet.com or ring Emma on 07921 728401.


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