High Street, behind Methodist Church
Conference Room, HVH
By Haddenham Webteam - 25th June 2018 4:30pm
Bookings are now being taken for Haddenham Tennis Club's popular Summer Holiday Tennis Camps (for 4-14 year olds), Mondays to Fridays in the weeks commencing 23rd and 30th July, and 6th and 13th August, at the tennis courts in Woodways.
Established for many years, they cost from £12 a half-day and £20 a full day. They are run by club coach Blaise Baheten-Metock and his team. For details see the club's website www.haddenhamtennis.co.uk.
The club also offers a full range of weekly coached and drop-in sessions for all ages (non-members welcome). See the website for a full schedule, for further details, and how to enrol.
Junior Club sessions are on Saturdays (4-6pm). Adult coached sessions take place on Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays. Over-60s short tennis is on Tuesdays from 10.30-11.30am. Club nights start at 8pm every Friday, and there's regular match practice and mixed social tennis weekends and evenings.
For an enrolment form, click on the PDF featured below the image on this page.
For queries and contact, Email: email@example.com.
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