Help Tettenhall Tennis Club raise money to support Dementia UK
Coral Thacker, Liam Shaw and Simon Fellows are participating in the Dementia UK Tennis-a-thon
on July 17th and need your help!
Below is a message from Coral:
"Myself, Liam and Simon are partic...
We are delighted to announce that our courts will be reopening on Monday 29th.
We hope you are all keeping safe and well and can't wait to see you back on court.
You can see the LTA's summary grid on permitted Tennis activity below:
LTA Permitted Tennis Activity Summary Grid
Are you missing other sports or just want something active to do? Want to give tennis a try? How about our 3 month trial membership offer? At the end of 3 months you can either hang up your racket or decide you want to play some more. It’s completely up to you! Obviously we would like you to stay, and if you do, you ...
Article by Joe Edwards, Express and Star - 15/05/20
After all, as soon as Tettenhall Tennis Club reopened its doors in line with new lockdown rules earlier this week, Frank – born and bred in Wolverhampton – was there.
Tennis has been his passion for many years and seen him travel across the globe for ...
Following the Government's recent decision on easing the restrictions for certain outdoor activities, we are pleased to announce that our courts will be open from Wednesday 13th May 2020.
Please note that there are national regulations as well as LTA and Tettenhall Tennis Club guidelines which are important and you ...
Just a quick message to let you know about our charitable donations for January to March 2018.
We Make Donations Of Tennis Balls To The Following Charities / Organisations :
Save The Children, NSPCC, Barnardo’s, Under Privileged Nurseries / Schools, Children's Homes, Animal Rescue Centres, Dog ...
03/05/18 - Hanbury Men 2-2 Tettenhall Men
05/05/18 - David Lloyd Dudley Ladies' B 3-1 Tettenhall Ladies
Tettenhall Tennis Club will be hosting our annual Adult and Child Tournament on 3rd June.
Keep an eye out for more details in the next few weeks!
Tettenhall Tennis Club uses Recycaball who are a company that buys unwanted used Tennis balls from Tennis Clubs for recycling.
Once we can get a batch of 200 balls, Recycaball will pay the club 17.5p for each ball.
You may have noticed the black bin next to the table and bench on the first court, this is where we ...