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REVIVED TENNIS CLUB FIRST MEETING

Would you like to help get village tennis off the ground again? Then you should go along to the first AGM of the revived King's Meadow Tennis Club, to be held at Croft House, Sotwell, on Thursday 5th September, 7.30 for 8 pm.

Ed Nieburg who runs the Community Tennis Association (CTA) will join the meeting at about 8.30pm to provide an update on LTA Coaching for 5 to 14 Year olds. This will take place every Friday from 3.30 to 6.30 (3 sessions of 1 hr for 5 to 8 Yrs Mini Reds - 8 to 10 Yrs Orange/Green 11 to 14 Yrs Junior Beginners). The sessions will be held at the tennis courts until winter sets in, when they will move to the Village Hall till March. The starting date depends on the appointment of an additional coach, but you are invited to register your interest through the web site. http://bcskingsmeadowtennisclub.org.uk/

Contact Tony Windsor tony@bcskingsmeadowtennisclub.org.uk  or 07909 848098 if you would like to get involved, or want to know more.

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