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Put a spring in your step or a spin on your serve at Haddenham Tennis Club, on Woodways Recreation Ground

The club offers members a full range of weekly coached and drop-in sessions for all ages throughout the year — some sessions are open to non-members — come along and join in the fun.

The current season is well underway . . .

· Adult & Junior weekly coaching squads; Team practice nights; Club Nights and more ...

· Short Tennis for Over 60s; monthly mixed social events with refreshments; weekday mornings arranged social sessions

· Saturdays 9-1pm drop-in 'Drills & Skills' sessions; 4-6pm Minis/Juniors 'Play & Pizza'

· Minis/Juniors Team challenge event on Sunday 23rd June from 2pm

· Junior Tennis Camp — Summer fun for four weeks: 29th July-23rd August — full days or half-days

Calendar, enrolment forms and more on the club website

Queries & contact — Email: haddenhamtennisclub@hotmail.com

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