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Easter Tennis 2017

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Haddenham Tennis Club is offering Easter Tennis Camps — fun days, for ages 5 to 16 yrs, held at Haddenham Tennis Club, Haddenham Playing Fields on Woodways.

WEEK 1 — Monday 3rd — Friday 7th April (5 days)

WEEK 2 — Monday 10th — Thursday 13th April (4 days)

Two Booking Options:

10:00am — 12.30 pm (morning session)
10:00am -3:00pm (full day session)

Cost for morning session 10.00 am — 12.30 pm
£8 for HTC members; £10 per morning for non members

Cost for full day £15 for HTC members; £20 for non members
10% discount for whole week / 10% discount for two or more siblings

You can choose which day or days that you wish to attend.

To be held at Haddenham Tennis Club Haddenham Playing Fields, Woodways, Haddenham HP17 8DS

For course enquiries and bookings please contact Blaise on 07490 960402

or Email her at: blaisebahe@gmail.com or haddenhamtennisclub@hotmail.com

You can download the booking form by clicking on the PDF located below the images on this page >

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