How to find us
4 Wester Leddriegreen Road, Blanefield
Strathblane Tennis Club enjoys a friendly atmosphere and glorious country setting. The all-weather courts and floodlighting allow play all year round, weekends and evenings. Even snow and rain rarely stop play!
Strathblane Tennis Club is a private club not a free or public facility, but non-members are welcome to use the courts on payment of a fee, either as guests of a current member or as occasional visitors. See Membership page and Guests/Visitors page for more detail.
Come along to Social Tennis on a Saturday afternoon or one of the other times to find out more and meet new friends! Alternatively, Contact us by phone or email for more information.
Strathblane Tennis Club has been operating since 1913 on a site gifted by famous shipbuilder and local resident, Sir Alfred Yarrow. The club is affiliated to the LTA (British Tennis/Tennis Scotland) and participates in Central District of the LTA in Scotland.
Information on Safeguarding (Child Protection) and other policies are available on the Safeguarding page.
Strathblane Lawn Tennis Club is a non profit organisation managed by a committee of volunteers.
The aims & objects of the Club are:
a) To provide facilities for and promote participation of the whole community in the sport of tennis;
b) To provide tennis and social activities for its Members.
c) To offer coaching and competitive opportunities in tennis.
d) To promote the club within the local community and the tennis community.
e) To manage and maintain the Club premises at Wester Leddriegreen Road, Strathblane,
f) To ensure a duty of care to all members of the club.
g) To provide all its services in a way that is fair to everyone.