George V Playing Field
By Tarvin Webteam - 27th March 2020 6:00am
In accordance with the Government's current policy on the Covid-19 pandemic, Tarvin Tennis Club has closed indefinitely.
In normal times playing tennis would be seen as an enjoyable activity promoting health and well being, but in current circumstances closure is an understandable restriction which we all hope will contribute to aiding a speedy and safe resumption of normal life.
It is a shame that this closure has coincided with the arrival of some better weather and as soon as it is safe and acceptable to resume we hope everyone will be back playing tennis.
By then we will all need to get fit!
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