Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 30th January 2017 12:00pm
Haddenham Tennis Club is hosting another series of tennis camps during the forthcoming half-term holidays, on its courts in Haddenham Playing Fields on Woodways.
The camps will be held for five days and will involve lots of tennis including technical, tactical, physical & mental skills — fun days, for ages 5 to 16 years.
Participants need to wear non-marking trainers and bring drinks and packed lunches and/or snacks for the sessions. Also suitable back-up clothing, just in case (i.e., warm clothes & rain coats!)
The relevant dates are:
Monday 13th February
Tuesday 14th February
Wednesday 15th February
Thursday 16th February
Friday 17th February
Two Booking Options:
10:00am-3:00pm (full day session)
10:00am-12.30pm (morning session)
Cost for full day £15 for HTC members; £20 for non-members
10% discount for whole week.
(£67.50 members & £90 non-members)
10% discount for two or more siblings
Cost for Morning session 10.00am — 12.30pm
£8 for HTC members; £10 per morning for non members
You can choose which day or days that you wish to attend.
The Booking Form can be downloaded from this page — see PDF below the images.
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