Tennis

HEDGE END TOWN COUNCIL ANNUAL LOW COST TENNIS SCHEME ONLY £32 PER HOUSEHOLD IN 2017

 

Hedge End Town Council, in partnership with the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA), Hampshire County Council, Eastleigh Borough Council and the Hampshire Playing Fields Association, has refurbished the three tennis courts at Woodhouse Lane, which are now available to book under an Annual Low Cost Tennis Scheme.

 

The Annual Low Cost Tennis Scheme is just £32 per household, which will allow all members to play tennis without further additional cost, for a whole year!

 

How to Register

 

All registrations are now made online by logging into the following website: 

 

www.tennisatwoodhouselane.com

 

You will be required to register with clubspark and then click onto the LTA login and follow the instructions. 

 

The entrance gate to the tennis courts is operated by a key code system and booking a tennis court via the website above will generate a key code unique to you. This will allow you to gain access to the tennis courts.  

 

How to Pay

Payments can now be online on the above website or in cash, by cheque (payable to Hedge End Town Council) or using a debit / credit card or over the phone card payment. See 'Tennis Court Prices'

 

How to Book a Court

Once you have registered you can book a 1 hour court session which will generate a unique key code for your use. See 'Book a Tennis Court'

 

Casual Bookings

Casual bookings can also be made via the pay and play section of the above website. The cost for this will be as follows: Over 14s is £8 per court per hour; Under 14s £4 per court per hour. 

 

Tennis Coaching

Do you want to polish your tennis skills? Hedge End Town Council has entered into an agreement with a fully qualified tennis trainer, Joshua Gook, who will be available throughout 2017 for tennis coaching sessions for both adults and children alike. 

 

Take a look at his Website: www.jgtennis.co.uk  Email: joshgook@jgtennis.co.uk or you can phone him directly: 07902 124323

Josh Gook Tennis Coaching at Woodhouse Lane