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Tennis Camps in Xmas Hols

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Haddenham Tennis Club is hosting Tennis Camps for youngsters aged 4 -14 years over the Christmas Holidays, from Wednesday 20th until Friday 22nd December, 10.00am — 1.00pm.

If wet, all activities will take place in the club house.

Each day will involve plenty of tennis and other sporting activities and children can sign up for one, two or all three half days.

The cost is £10 HTC members; or £12 non-members

There is a 10% discount for all three sessions (£27 HTC members; £32.40 non-members)

And a 10% discount if more than one child from the same family attends.

Please complete the form (see PDF below the image) and send with payment to Blaise Baheten-Metock, 3 Osier Walk, Silsoe, MK45 4GR and assume you have a place unless you are contacted.

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