As the AGM is being held by Zoom this year, we've published the minutes and accounts from last year, and you can find them via the Links page.
The regulations coming in to force on Thursday 5th November require us to close the club for the duration of the lockdown. We had hoped that we would be allowed to play singles, but unfortunately not.
Meanwhile, keep fit, get outside and make the best of things.
With lockdown being reinstated on 5th November, there will be restrictions on playing, and we are currently waiting for clarification from the LTA. In the meantime, the courts may only be booked for the current week (i.e. up to Sunday 8th) but please be aware that any bookings from Thursday onwards may have to be cancelled.
With the nights drawing in, the Tuesday club sessions have now moved to the afternoon, usually starting at 2.30 pm.
Sunday sessions remain unchanged, starting at 10:00 am.
Thank you for your understanding these past few months regarding the closing of the clubhouse. The refurbishment was completed a few weeks ago, but due to the ongoing COVID situation it has remained closed.
We are pleased to reopen the clubhouse, but for access to the toilet facilities only. Please refrain from using the chairs.
The clubhouse will be cleaned once a month for sanitary reasons, so in order that we don’t have to close the clubhouse again, we would ask you to follow these guidelines:
Following the Government’s recent announcement easing the lockdown, the Club is delighted to be able to reinstate the "Out of County" membership rates.
As we've been unable to allow Out of County members for the first two months of the membership year, the Committee have decided to reduce the subscription rates for the remainder of this year to £60 for a Single membership, £105 for a Couple and £115 for a Family.
Out of County Memberships for this year will resume on 4th July, and may be renewed/created from 1st July.
From Monday 22nd June, the organised tennis sessions will resume, as will the open "Club tennis" sessions.
... following the latest LTA and Government guidance, normal doubles, e.g. with four players from different households, can be played as from today, and both courts are now available. Courts still need to be booked and visitors are still not allowed.
... but only in a limited manner, with one court available - please see the Membership email sent out this morning for full details.
The court booking system will be back online tomorrow (15th May).