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***North Dulwich tennis open day - today Sunday 7th June - 11am to 4pm ***

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North Dulwich Lawn Tennis Club - Open Day - Sunday 7th June 11am - 4pm

Come along to our second open day of the year today

We have 4 all weather courts, 2 with floodlights and 2 freshly painted, in a secluded setting

We are a friendly club and welcome all standards of play

There will be opportunities to meet members, play some tennis and get some coaching tips

We will have refreshments and a BBQ

We don't have a joining fee, just an annual membership, with a discount if you join on the day

We are at 154a East Dulwich Grove, SE22 8TB, entrance is opposite Gilkes Crescent

Hope to see you there

Schedule of the day:

Time - Activity - Age group - No of places

11.00 - 11.45 - Free coaching - 4 to 10 yrs - 12 places

11.45 - 12.45 - Free coaching - 11 to 16 yrs - 12 places

1pm - 2pm - Free coaching - adults, all standards - 8 places

Please book in advance to secure a place, email to [email protected]

Looking forward to seeing you on Sunday


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Weather forecast for tomorrow is great

"Generally fine and mostly dry with some sunny spells, although the odd light shower is just possible during the afternoon. Much lighter winds than Saturday."

Hope to see you there

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