Tennis

General Information

Everyone is welcome at Actonians Sports Club but you must be a Member to book and play on the tennis courts.

Benefits include: free social membership, 10% discount on drinks purchases at the bar, FREE t-shirt for Juniors, discount on courses, drop-in sessions, camps, entry to the Wimbledon ballot and, FREE court use all year around, and invitation to tennis social events.

Guests are welcome providing they are playing an Actonians Tennis Member.

The 3 all-weather courts (2 floodlit) are artificial grass, allowing tennis to be played throughout the calendar year with a significant number of Members continuing to play during the winter.

Floodlight fees apply: £5 per hour per court.

Actonians Tennis Section participate in Winter/Summer Leagues with junior and adult teams.

If you have any enquiries, questions, or would like any information you can contact the club on 0208 567 4556 or Email or contact the Sports Hive Coach Dominic on 07734295326 or dominic@sportshive.co.uk.

Annual Membership

Please allow a minimum of 10 working days for us to respond to your queries and process your payments. Thank you.

AgePrice
5-11£25.00Click here to Join
12-17£40.00Click here to Join
18-59£125.00Click here to Join
60+110.00Click here to Join
Student£60.00Click here to Join
Couple*£195.00Click here to Join
Family**£250.00Click here to Join
Coaching***£85.00Click here to Join
DS-ActiveFreePlease email Us

* Partner or married living at the same address

** Up to 3 juniors and 2 adults (Juniors Under 18)

***Coaching membership allow you to do only coaching sessions (private lessons, courses and drop-in sessions) not book a court

Coaching

Coaching is provided by Sports Hive. Head Coach Dominic Rice and his team from Sports Hive operate a full programme for juniors and adults of all ages and abilities with special prices on offer to Actonians Tennis Members.

DSActive

Actonians Sports Club and Sports Hive are delighted to have partnered with DSActive and look forward to working with other charities, support groups, and organisations in the future.