Definition of membership
- A member is anyone who has paid the membership fee for him
or herself and who displays their membership tag.
- Parents with children for whom they have paid junior membership are
not themselves members unless they have paid membership fees for
themselves. The most economic solution is take out family membership.
- Guests are not members and a guest fee should be paid.
What we offer our members
- 10 grass courts and 9 hard floodlit tennis courts with coded entry
confidential to members
- Large car park and cycle racks
- Clubhouse with bar, kitchen, showers and changing facilities and free Wi-Fi
- Opportunity to hire clubhouse (free for 50 or more attendees)
- Social tennis on 2 evenings and 2 mornings each week throughout the
year with free light cards when needed
- Opportunity to bring guests on up to 3 occasions on payment of £5 guest fee
- On-line court booking system – adults have priority over juniors after
6.30 pm and before 4.30pm at weekends
- Junior Academy
- Senior individual and group coaching for all abilities – beginners to advanced
- Team tennis all year round
- Summer friendly matches against other clubs
- Singles box ladder
- American tournaments
- Annual club tournament
- Table tennis
- Social events throughout the year
- Entry to Wimbledon ticket draw (BTM members)
- Regular emails with information about forthcoming events
- Business discounts.
What members can do to help the club
- Display your membership tag at all times when at the club and challenge any person not displaying a tag and ask them to pay a guest fee if not a member.
- Welcome all potential members to social tennis and encourage them to join – forms are in the clubhouse foyer or can be downloaded from our website
- Volunteer to help our committee with running the club and our many events
- Wear appropriate non-marking shoes and challenge any person wearing unsuitable footwear. Please ask them to leave if shoes are causing damage or marking the court
- Young junior members should be supervised by an adult outside coaching sessions and older juniors are advised to carry a mobile phone
- Re-cycle your old tennis balls by putting them in the box in the foyer of the clubhouse. We get a few pence for every ball re-cycled which goes towards nice things to enhance our club.
- Sign up as a British Tennis Member and opt in to the Wimbledon Ballot.
- And finally please don’t leave rubbish on the courts. Tennis ball can tops lying on the courts are very sharp and can cause a serious injury. If you see any rubbish on court, please pick it up and put it in the bins provided.