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Ledbury Tennis Club
Herefordshire & Worcestershire
Ledbury Tennis Club has three artificial grass, all year floodlight courts in a scenic countryside location at the edge of the town.
Our club aims to provide a sporting and sociable tennis experience for people of all ages and abilities with regular social tennis sessions several times a week, social events, club tournaments and teams entered to the Herefordshire & Worcestershire League.
We are a friendly club, run by our members for our members. We are keen to encourage new members both young and old and everything in between! Please browse our website to find out more about the club and our activities, you can explore using the menu tabs at the top of this page.
Membership is cost effective and provides access to the courts, club facilities, our social events and regular weekly sessions.
We are well represented in the Hereford and Worcester Leagues with nine competitive teams. You can follow your teams' progress on the following links:
We introduced Walking Tennis at our club at the end of June last year, since then the Thursday afternoon session has flourished with many regular players enjoying this gentler, but still very competitive version of the game. To celebrate our anniversary we were joined on Thursday 8th June by ten visitors from Droitwich, including Neil Bates who helped us get things up and running.
The club committee and other key roles and responsibilities all operate on a voluntary basis, you can see details here: Club committee and key roles .
Ledbury Tennis Club is committed to providing a safe and inclusive environment for anyone wishing to play tennis. The Club is committed to discharging its’ statutory responsibilities and complying with LTA requirements.
To support the playing environment the Club has the following policies;
Club Rules: Click to read
Diversity and Inclusive practise Policy: Click to read
Codes of Conduct: Click to read
Safeguarding Policy, to view the policy please Click to read
Anyone who does not feel comfortable raising a concern with the Club Welfare Officer should contact the LTA Safeguarding Team using the following link, the Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO) or the NSPCC on 0808 800 5000. Further details about whistleblowing can be found in the club’s safeguarding policy.