By Haddenham Webteam - 20th June 2017 8:00am
Once again, Haddenham Tennis Club is offering Junior Tennis Camps during the Summer Holidays this year, at the tennis courts in the Woodways recreation ground.
Camps will involve lots of tennis and other sports, and are fun days, for ages 4 to 14 yrs.
Please note that 4 year olds will only be accepted for half days unless they have an older sibling attending the course.
The precise dates are:
Week 1: 24th — 28th July
Week 2: 31st July — 4th Aug
Week 3: 7th — 11th Aug
Week 4: 14th — 18th Aug
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.
Two Booking Options: 10:00am-3:00pm (full day session) 10:00am-12.30pm (morning session)
Please click on the PDF for the booking form.
You can choose which day or days that you wish to attend.
Please wear non-marking trainers and bring drinks and packed lunches and/or snacks for the sessions. Bring suitable clothing with you just in case (Rain coats, sun hats and sun cream!)
To be held at Haddenham Tennis Club
Haddenham Playing Fields, Woodways, Haddenham.HP17 8DS
If the weather is wet sessions will be held in the Sports Pavilion.
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