Haddenham Tennis Club
By Haddenham Webteam - 20th March 2015 9:00am
Haddenham Tennis Club is hosting junior tennis camps over the Easter holidays, at their courts on the Woodways recreation ground, opposite the junior school. Here are the details:
Easter Junior Camps
- Monday 30th March
- Tuesday 31st March
- Wednesday 1st April
- Thursday 2nd April
- Tuesday 7th April
- Wednesday 8th April
- Thursday 9th April
- Friday 10th April
Cost for a full day: £15 for members of HTC £20 for non-members
20% discount for whole week (£48 members & £64 non-members)
Cost for Morning session 10.00am — 12.30pm
£8 per day for members of HTC £10 per day for non members
Camps will be held for four days and will involve lots of tennis including technical, tactical, physical & mental skills.
It will be a fun day for ages 5yrs to 16 yrs.
You must wear non-marking trainers.
Please bring drinks and packed lunch and/or snacks.
Please have suitable clothing with you. (Rain coats, sun hats and sun cream)
Enquiries and to book places:
Telephone 0781 3986264 Or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Haddenham Tennis Club website
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