By Rob Millar - 9th July 2020 6:00am
Tarvin Tennis Club is getting back to something approaching normality although certain restrictions are still in place. These have not stopped more people than usual playing social tennis and we are pleased to welcome an encouraging number of new members -- particularly families -- during lockdown.
Currently we are offering half-price membership to all who join the Club this year and it is a great chance for everyone to take some enjoyable exercise, particularly when other opportunities are restricted. Gary Ward, coach of the Club, has been giving numerous lessons and classes and provided an opportunity for players of all standards to improve their skills.
The four courts have been deep cleaned and are now playing extremely well and all we need now is some favourable weather so that we can take advantage of the great facilities that the Club is able to offer.
If you want to learn more about what the Club can offer and what you need to do to join the Club, you can contact either Felicity Pochin on 07970 161658 or Rob Millar on 01829 741314.
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