Tarvin Tennis Club Improvements

Home » Newsroom » Tarvin Tennis Club Improvements
tennis, sport, racket

The Parish Council has been asked by the Tarvin Tennis Club to offer their support in their bid to obtain funding for floodlighting, (and a new clubhouse), which will enable the club to offer more playing and coaching time for youngsters in spring and autumn.
The Tennis Club occupies land on The King George V Playing Field of which the Parish Council is the Trustee.
The Parish Council was somewhat taken aback by the speed at which this request had arrived, coming as it did without any prior consultation with themselves or the residents of Crossfields who might be affected by the new lighting. However, they did recognize that the opportunity to take advantage of some Olympic Legacy funding has happened suddenly and needed to be seized quickly.
The Parish Council has a duty to encourage the improvement of the Playing Field facilities and would not wish to stand in the way of a successful local organization. It also noted, with some regret however, that that the majority of the Tennis Club members come from outside the Parish. The Parish Council agreed to support the Tennis Club in principle, and would reserve its comments on the actual work proposed for when, and if, the bid is successful. It is understood that formal planning permission will need to be applied for before any work can be carried out.

popular recent storiesAlso in the news

neighbourhood plan logo
Sat 11 Aug 6:00am  |  hits: 624

We now have the revised draft planThere will be 2 public consultation events on September 12th and 14th 2018 (see the Calendar for...

mHeiLSHLGGeHoZwWSc6ZN6w
Thu 16 Aug 6:00am  |  hits: 437

CWAC have recently issued a consultation document about a proposal to give most of Tarvin Roads a 20 mph speed limit. This assumes the Editorial team have interpreted the map correctly. Almost everywhere seems to be coloured blue to us! Have a look at the document and see what you make of it.A Traffic Regulation Order for the new speed limit will be...

coop cash machine
Fri 10 Aug 6:00am  |  hits: 378

Finally, after what has felt like a life time without the Co-op cash machine the police think they have finally caught the culprit. The police have arrested and charged a man from Stockport aged 30 who they believe raided the Co-op cash machine in Tarvin on April 2nd.The arrest took place on August 2nd at Manchester airport and the man was subsequently charged with one count...