Wombourne Tennis section strives to ensure that all children, young people and adults at risk are safeguarded from abuse and have an enjoyable tennis experience. Everyone who is involved in tennis has a shared responsibility to support this by promoting the welfare of all children, young people and adults at risk.

New regulations imposed by the LTA have resulted in the creation of a Welfare Officer post to whom any concerns should be raised. The section's Welfare Officer is Adrian Jeavons. The Wombourne Cricket, Tennis and Bowls club rules have established policies on Grievance, Bullying, Data Protection, Disciplinary, Harassment and Complaints. Please refer to the main club rules for full details.


Club Rules

We kindly ask that all members follow our club rules and conduct the appropriate etiquette when using the courts.

  • Hut keys will be issued to and are for the use of adults members and others approved by the committee. These give you access to the ball cupboard and the lighting box. Please lock the hut & toilet if you are the last group to leave the area.
  • All juniors under the age of 12 must be supervised at all times for their safety and protection.
  • No food or chewing gum is to be taken on court. Drinks can be taken but only in plastic drinks containers.
  • Any adult member may use the floodlit court. At any time, once the lights have been switched off, they cannot be switched on again for 15 minutes or the bulbs will be damaged. Please make sure that the lights are switched off by 10:00PM.
  • The two recently replaced courts are secured by a combination lock to ensure that access is only available to members. The combination code is made available to new members and communicated out to all existing members at the beginning of each year when it is changed. Please ensure that the combination lock is secured if you are the last person to leave the courts.

Safeguarding & Inclusion

We ask that you take some time to watch the magic sports kit video and review the below additional safeguarding information.