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The Haddenham Tennis Club is offering an invitation to come and play tennis!

There are opportunities to do so during the day or in the evening, on the floodlit all-weather courts at the Woodways recreation ground.

The club offers a full range of weekly coached and drop-in sessions for all ages throughout the year and non-members are very welcome.

* Plenty of opportunities for tennis in the Spring term, see website and calendar for full details.

* Membership for the year starts on 1st March: a range of membership options available.

* Half-term junior tennis camp, 18th-22nd February: enrolment forms online soon.

Schedules, enrolment forms and more at: www.haddenhamtennis.co.uk

For news & views, visit the club's Facebook page

For queries & contact, please Email: haddenhamtennisclub@hotmail.com

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