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Haddenham Tennis Club, based at the Woodways recreation ground, offers Club Members a full range of weekly coached and drop-in sessions for all ages throughout the year — some sessions are open to non-members, so why not come along and join in the fun?

The club has highlighted the following options, covering all age groups:

Minis/Juniors Christmas activity — Drop & Shop/Play & Pizza: Friday 20th December 10am-1.00pm

Spring Term coaching squads commence from Tuesday 7th January 2020

Short Tennis for Over 60s — continuing inside at the Village Hall until March 2020

Junior Tennis Camp — February half-term 17th-21st Feb 2020: full days or half-days available

The calendar, enrolment forms and other information can be seen on the club website

Queries & contact:
Email: haddenhamtennisclub@hotmail.com

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