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Beauchief Tennis Club
35 Cockshutt Avenue
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***COVID-19 UPDATE - 8th September 2020***
Following guidance from the government and the LTA with regards to a return to playing tennis, Beauchief Tennis Club are now fully operational with the following measures in place.
The guidance from the LTA for venues, coaches and players can be found on the following link.
We urge every player to read this in detail, as it is essential, for the health and safety of all members, that everyone follows the rules explicitly.
So here are the rules for BTC:
Courts - We have opened courts 1, 3, 5, 6 and 7. No play will be possible on courts 2 & 4. This is to limit "walk throughs" of other courts and for us to be able to keep gates open at all times. The exception are group coaching sessions and S&D limited matches.
Booking system - No member will be permitted to play unless they have booked a slot, this is really important in following the LTA guidelines.
Time slots will be limited to 90 minutes each. We have allowed a 15 minute "change over" period where courts will not be available to book.
It is imperative that players arrive ready to play on time and leave as soon as there slot is over.
If you have any problems booking a court via the website or Clubspark booking app, please email [email protected]
Clubhouse - The Clubhouse has now reopened for a limited period on Friday evenings, Saturday late afternoon and Sunday afternoon. The single disabled toilet is available to players that have a key card.
Gates - Gates have been removed but some remain shut to improve the flow of people around the courts.
Nets - The nets will be set to the correct level at all times. Please do not let them down at the end of play or adjust them at all.
Who can play? - Firstly, all playing members that renewed their playing membership in July this year. No guests will be permitted to play under any circumstances.
In line with LTA guidance, singles and doubles matches can now take place and there is no requirement to label individual balls.
All members under 13 that wish to play singles with another player from outside the household, must have an adult supervising from a safe distance.
Balls - please do not leave balls on the court after play. If a ball has landed in another court during play, please retrieve it at your earliest convenience.
Social Areas & Spectators - All social areas are now open but subject to Government social distancing rules.
Sanitizers - All players should bring their own hand sanitizers and use them before entering and on leaving the court. However, sanitizers have been placed at the entrance to all courts and in the main foyer area.
Rubbish - please take all rubbish with you and don't leave anything on court or in the bins, including tissues, tubes or any overgrips.
Toilets - these are now open to members and players playing S&D matches. Please use the sanitization equipment provided to wipe down surfaces after every use. Our toilets are also deep cleaned daily.
Coaching - coaching sessions are now in place and should be booked through the coaching website.
Memberships - we are now accepting applications from new members. All enquiries should be directed to Simon Lewis - [email protected]
It's fair to say that this has taken a huge amount of work for the committee to put this together, so please help us and your fellow members to stick to these rules for everyone's health and well being.
We take great pride in delivering a fun and friendly environment for the whole family. Tennis offers a very special opportunity for families to come together and spend quality time with each other. It also creates new friendships and is a healthy and fun way to enjoy the outdoors and learn new skills.
You don’t need to have played before to enjoy our club. We provide activities for newcomers to learn the basic skills needed to progress and enjoy your time with us. We also hold a range of activities and social events that guarantee you will meet likeminded people.
What can we offer you?