COVID-19: Return To Restricted Play. ( updated 8/09/20 )
All courts are now open and bookable via the Court Booking section on our website. Payments can only be made online. Please ensure you read our T&C's and our Covid guidance below.
The pavilion and toilet facilities during our opening hours. Hand sanitiser is available at the entry and exits and we ask customers to use a one way system. Face coverings should be worn on entry.
Equipment is now be available to hire from the club and will be sprayed with antibacterial spray.
Court Bookings are bookable for 60 minutes - Court time 55 Minutes and 5 Minutes to leave.
Please do not arrive too early for your court booking. This is to minimise the amount of players congregating on or around the courts. Please leave on time to allow safe access and departure from courts and to respect the 2 meter distancing rules.
To avoid gathering of people in or around the tennis courts, Spectators are discouraged. This does not apply to a parent/guardian/carer, (non participant). This should be limited to one per player and social distancing should be strictly followed at all times.
Bring hand sanitiser with you. Bring a full water bottle and do not share food or drink with others and remember to take all rubbish away with you.
Players do not now need to use their own marked tennis balls - However, if you choose to use shared balls then extra care must be taken to ensure you do not touch your face during play, and you should clean you're hands before play and immediately after.
We hope you enjoy getting back on court!
IMPORTANT: Do not leave your home to play tennis if Government advice means you should stay at home because you or someone you live with has or has had symptoms of COVID-19, or you are in the most vulnerable category and have been advised to shield from the coronavirus.
We are following the LTA Guidelines as below:
Groups of up to 15 children plus coach(es) are also possible for junior coaching, in line with guidance from Government on out of school settings. Guidance from Government also means that clubs and venues can host larger groups for outdoor sport and physical activity participation events such as club nights and competitions, as long as they ensure they are COVID-19 secure.
These guidelines apply to tennis on outdoor and (from 25 July) indoor courts, as well as padel, and outline adaptations and considerations so that tennis and associated activity can be enjoyed in a way that is in line with Government advice and helps to prevent the spread of COVID-19. They include measures to maintain hygiene and minimise unnecessary interactions with others.
Junior players will be asked to sanitise their hands before, during and after each session.
For further LTA guidance regarding returning to play please visit the link below.