About Us

Ross Tennis Centre is a Community Interest Company (CIC) and was set up to ensure the long-term sustainability of what has become a thriving sports facility in the town.  It is particularly important that we ensure that the facilities are accessible to all and that any profits are reinvested into the Centre for the benefit of the Community.

The Centre is run by the CIC Board and a Management Committee.

Board Members:

William Fulp              (Director)

Dan Horrocks           (Director)

James Mason            (Director)

June Savidge              (Director)

Patricia Walker         (Director)

Ross Tennis Centre CIC:  Company Registration Number: 10586013


Management Committee:

William Fulp

Dan Horrocks

James Mason

June Savidge

Patricia Walker

Steve Barnett (Head Coach)

We welcome players from all backgrounds, and of all ages and abilities. These include absolute beginners; intermediates who want to play casual tennis with friends, family or other club players; as well as more advanced players who want to play competitive tennis for one of our teams in the H&WLTA County Leagues.  

Ross Tennis Centre currently has two men’s, two ladies’, one mixed and two junior teams playing in the H&WLTA  leagues.  There are also internal Mixed and Ladies’ doubles Box Leagues run on a monthly basis.

A number of men’s and women’s doubles groups have been established and play throughout the year, while new groups are always welcome to be formed for those interested in establishing them.  


As a Community Interest Company we are keen to involve our members and supporters as much as possible and we would be delighted to hear from anyone with skills and/or time on their hands who is willing to help us in our mission to deliver and maintain a first-class tennis centre in the heart of Ross.  There are many tasks involved, some of which are regular and some seasonal, from admin and cleaning, to weeding and grass-cutting around the grounds or serving refreshments during open days.

Do please call us on 07814 534998 or email info@rosstenniscentre.org and leave your contact details if you feel you can help in some way.  Thank you.