Adult Coaching

We welcome players of all ages and abilities to the club.

We offer many coaching, social and competitive opportunities for adults throughout the week, including rusty rackets, ladies sessions, team training and club nights.
Individual and group coaching sessions can also be arranged.


Mixed Group Training

Wednesdays at 7pm-8pm (mixed ability).

The cost is £4 per person for members or £8 for non-members.

No need to book in advance, pay and play.

All we ask is on your first lesson please fill in the register with your name, contact details and medical/allergies, and then each lesson sign in and pay at the start of each lesson.


Ladies Only Coaching

Mondays at 1.30-3.00pm

An hour and half of coaching for just£12.00.
The ladies practice is pay and play on the day, but we do ask for you to show your attendance by booking on for each individual week through our coaching page.


Cardio Tennis (Fitness)

Sundays at 9-10pm  -   Fitness based tennis session for all abilities

Cardio Tennis is for everyone, it is an engaging group fitness program featuring the heart pumping effects of tennis drills, games, and skills delivering the ultimate full body and calorie burning aerobic and anaerobic workout.

Cardio Tennis is a very social activity for all ages, ability and fitness levels. The Cardio Balls equalize the playing field and enhance the workout.
We regularily run 6x week courses for £42.00. Please get in contact to find out when our next course is.


Individual Lessons (1-to-1)

Booked to suit you

£25.00 per hour lesson. If you had a friend that you wanted to come with, couple’s lesson for £35.00 for 2 players.

If you would like to book an individual, simply contact Bianca Pallatt, some convenient days and times and we can work out when would work for yourself and the coach. 


For more session times and social tennis times see our 'Club Sessions' page.

If you would like to know more about coaching, please contact the Head Coach, Bianca Pallatt on 07938145736 or

All coaches are qualified and accredited with the Lawn Tennis Association. This provides evidence they are safe to practice as well as competent. Accreditation means having an appropriate qualification, DBS and first aid certificates and references.

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