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Meads Lawn Tennis at ROMPA
Rompa Pavillion, Upper Carlisle Road
Upper Carlisle Road
We are a friendly Tennis Club situated in Upper Carlisle Road, Eastbourne. The membership of our Club includes tennis enthusiasts of all standards from every part of Eastbourne and the surroundings area; new members, both adults and juniors, are particularly welcome. Whether you are a serious or recreational player Meads Lawn Tennis can cater for all levels and all ages. We have Intermediate and Social Club Sessions or you may prefer to arrange your own games. We have teams in various local competitive leagues. We have internal Club Championships and American Tournaments are held throughout the summer. Our Junior tournament in 2020 was a huge success with guest of honour Gerry Armstrong.
We offer tennis on 4 astro courts all year round (3 of these are floodlit) and 3 grass courts during the summer once the professonal tennis players, from the Eastbourne International tournament have finished practicing on them!
ROMPA was formed in 1981 with the objective of ensuring that fields already used for recreational activities in Meads continued to be available for the benefit of the immediate and the wider community. ROMPA is a non-profit making registered charity.
We are affiliated to the LTA and have been awarded "Tennismark+" status which is a Quality Assurance for Sports clubs endorsed by the LTA and Sport England.
The club boasts a modern well-equipped pavilion which includes free Wifi, fully equiped kitchen, changing and shower facilities. The pavilion plays host to various social functions throughout the year including a table tennis group and Bridge club. Major sporting events can be viewed on the big screen TV and the facilities are available to hire for special occasions.
Please recycle! Ball cans and their plastic and aluminium lids can all be recycled in Eastbourne home curbside collections and empty plastic bottles which are always being left on court can all be recycled. Please place used balls in the collection point in the clubhouse to help us make money when Peter sends them off to recycleball.
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