There are multiple ways to play tennis in Norfolk, whether you’re a beginner or a regular player.
Norfolk Tennis is made up of more than 40 clubs, venues and organisation, all aiming to promote, support, develop and improve tennis opportunities within the county.
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Norfolk Tennis encompasses more than 60 passionate coaches that operate at clubs and venues across the county. Learn more if you're interested in becoming a coach, tennis official or starting out on the personal development pathway.
Norfolk Tennis supports a continually developing programme of inclusive/disability tennis to as broad and diverse audience as possible. This is possible because of the extremely close and supportive working relationships with Norfolk LTA and LTA Open Court.
Norfolk Tennis contact: Kathy Lofthouse, email@example.com
Norfolk Tennis has a strong connection with primary and secondary schools, including an annual festival, workshops and training pathways. These acitivities provide opportunity of fun, enjoyable and competitive tennis for pupils and teachers at the appropriate playing standard.
Norfolk Tennis contact: Stuart Silvester, firstname.lastname@example.org
There are plenty of park courts up and down Norfolk. Norwich Parks Tennis is, perhaps, the best organised and made up of five venues working in partnership with Norwich City Council and the Lawn Tennis Association. Learn More
Norfolk Tennis supports all types of clubs and venues. The team is available to advise on safeguarding, participation, coaching, competition and facility improvements. Venue forums are held annually and are great for asking questions and sharing ideas with the Norfolk team, the LTA Central & East regional team and people from other venues.
Padel, an innovative form of tennis, is one of the fastest growing sports. It’s easy to learn, extremely sociable and a great way to get a low impact, high-energy cardio workout. There are close to 300 padel courts in the United Kingdom. Learn More