Summer Season Starts at Tarvin Tennis Club

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Tennis Club AGM

Tarvin Tennis Club begins its Summer Season in the week commencing 7 April with the regular Club evenings on Tuesdays and Fridays starting at 6.00 pm.

Anyone who is considering joining the Club is more than welcome to come along and have a game with current members and you can be assured of a friendly atmosphere in which to enjoy your tennis.

If you haven't played for a while and want help to get back into playing, then you will be interested in the 'Rusty Rackets' sessions that coach Gary Ward will be holding at 6.30 pm-7.30 pm on Tuesday evenings commencing on 22 April.

Junior coaching for those up to 11 years old has already started and is held at 5.00 pm on Monday evenings. Coaching for High School age youngsters doesn't start until Monday, 28 April. For more information contact Gary Ward at www.whackit-tennis.com

For more information about Tarvin Tennis Club visit the website at www.tarvintennisclub.co.uk or telephone Rob Millar on 741314.

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