Welcome to Chinnor Tennis Club
Chinnor Tennis Club is a small friendly club welcoming members of all levels of tennis abilities. It is run by volunteers. The club leases the courts from a CIO (Charitable Incorporated Organisation) that is responsible for the management of the playing fields and the new Chinnor Community Pavilion on Station Road. The Pavilion has changing rooms and other facilities that are available to the Tennis Club.
The Club was established in 1971 with two temporary grass courts on the playing fields in the centre of the village on land owned by the Parish Council. There are now three all-weather tarmacadam courts. Major improvements to the courts will take place in 2019. See the 'News' page for details.
Chinnor is a village at the foot of the Chilterns in South Oxfordshire with a population of about 6000. There is a strong community network. St Andrew’s C of E Primary School uses the courts for some of their sporting activities. We hope that through this association, more children will have the opportunity to be introduced to tennis at a younger age and encourage them to continue to learn and play tennis.
The Club has formed a partnership with a company, Aspire2Tennis, who run coaching courses for children throughout the year and also offer adult coaching.
The Club has both a Men’s and Ladies’ team playing competitively in the Oxfordshire Babolat League and runs four club sessions for adult members during the week open to players of all abilities.
The Club's Rules and Policies are:
The Club has a trained Welfare Officer whose contact details are given to members and are posted in the Tennis Club.
How to find us
The Playing Fields Station Road Chinnor Oxfordshire OX39 4PX