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Bridge Tennis Club
Patrixbourne Road, Bridge
Following the Prime Minister's announcement on 4 January of new national lockdown restrictions to be introduced across England, the LTA can confirm that regrettably all indoor and outdoor tennis facilities will need to close.
The Government has confirmed that elite sport is able to continue in line with the strict protocols and measures that are in place for it.
Organised outdoor sport for disabled people is also allowed to continue, and we will provide further detail on this once we have information from Government.
The LTA believes tennis is a naturally socially distanced sport that is safe to play and gives people of all ages the opportunity to exercise with friends or relatives. Tennis is important for people's physical and mental health and we will continue to liaise with the Government to ask them to allow players back on court as soon as possible.
Gerry D'cruz on behalf of the BTC Committee.
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With 3 well-maintained asphalt hard courts, each with floodlights and an excellent adjoining clubhouse, BTC is a popular club with over 100 members drawn from the surrounding, beautiful Kent towns, cities and countryside villages. In close proximity to Canterbury and with easy access to the major roads, we encourage players of all ages and abilities to join us from far and wide.
We ask that all members adhere to the latest advice issued daily by the Department of Health and Social Care and Public Health England, aimed at preventing the spread of respiratory viruses and, in particular, Covid-19.
We recommend, in particular, that members should:
- Avoid coming to the club if there is any risk that they have come into contact with Covid-19 and seek medical advice;
- Thoroughly and frequently wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds at a time;
- Adhere to the 1m+ social distancing rules