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Haddenham Tennis Club is hosting another of its popular October Holiday Tennis Camps for 4-14 year olds from Monday 22nd until Friday 26th October.

Established for many years, these offer excellent value for money from £12 half day and £20 full day, run by popular Club Coach Blaise and his team.

The club also offers a full range of weekly coached and drop-in sessions for all ages (non-members welcome).

See the club website for a full schedule, further details and how to enrol.

  • Autumn Coaching weekly squads for all ages and abilities throughout the week
  • Adult Coached Sessions (Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays) and Over 60s Short Tennis (Tuesdays)
  • Club nights Fridays 8pm and Mixed Social Tennis weekends and evenings

For enrolment forms & full details see website
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For queries email: haddenhamtennisclub@hotmail.com

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