How to find us
Sharps Lane, Burneside
It's never the wrong time to join Burneside Tennis Club. We offer pro rata discounts on any membership taken out during the year.
Members receive AGM minutes, our newsletter and membership renewal forms in March each year. The full membership year begins in April. Current membership is 50% (pro rata depending on when you join during the year) whilst we are under such unusual and difficult circumstances due to the coronavirus in the UK. Given government advice we are now back from 2nd dec 2020 to playing doubles or singles ( max 6 players) or organised social tennis Mon and Thurs ( max 12 per court, contact Sheila for details [email protected]). Stay well George, Sheila & Rachel.
We are a small friendly tennis club. Members play social tennis and have access to use the courts at other times. We normally run a veterans [over-40s] team in local leagues.
Burneside is a village 2 miles north-west of Kendal. The club has been here since 1950. The courts are on the edge of the village, alongside a recreation area and farmland.
We have 2 hard courts, recently resurfaced in September 2016 and repainted in September 2019. There is a small clubhouse with a toilet.
Visitors may play by the hour (£6 per court, racquets and balls available). Court keys available at Burneside village shop.
Why not come along and see us? We'd be glad to give you a tour and tell you more about the activities and facilities. As well as local residents, regular visitors with holiday homes in the Kendal area also join the club. Contact us below to arrange a visit.
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For membership fees and to view our constitution and policies see the Membership tab
Accessibility: the car parking area [unpaved] and courts are on one level , so are suitable for wheelchair use. We regret that there is no wheelchair access to clubhouse or toilets.
Court bookings: there is no formal bookings system. Social sessions** and coaching*** take priority . Both Pay and Play and regular members may reserve a court by calling the village shop on 01539 735287 and requesting it be entered in the diary.