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Easter Tennis Camps 2019

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Haddenham Tennis Club is offering Easter Tennis Camps -- fun days, for ages 4 to 14 yrs, held at Haddenham Tennis Club, Haddenham Playing Fields on Woodways. (Four-year-olds will only be accepted for half days if they have an older sibling attending.)

WEEK 1 -- Monday 8th until Friday 12th April

WEEK 2 -- Monday 15th until Thursday 18th April

Cost per full day (10.00am — 3.00pm): £20 for HTC members £25 for non-members

Cost for half day 10:00am-12:30pm or 1:00pm- 3.00pm: £12 HTC members; £14 non-members)

For course enquiries and bookings please contact Blaise on mobile: 07490 960402, Email: blaisebahe@gmail.com

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

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