Tennis Club


Tennis ClubClifton Tennis Club is a friendly and welcoming village club set on Clifton playing fields off South Road with courts
available 365 days a year.


GREAT VALUE FAMILY MEMBERSHIP – enjoy playing with the whole family, two adults and children up to 21 years of age

D.B.S. COACHES running JUNIOR and ADULT COACHING Contact Steve Woodford on 01788 561996.

Social tennis is available on Thursdays evenings from 6.00 pm, contact Steve Woodford on 01788 561996. If you do not want to commit to joining the club before you have tried our social tennis then just come along on Thursday evening and have a couple of weeks for free before deciding.

Club sessions are also held on Tuesdays from 6.00pm where there are opportunities to play league standard tennis and to be selected for the Club’s teams. Contact James Waghorn on 01788 570794.

Sue Robinson will be running junior tennis coaching again this year. Please contact Sue on 01788 567222 if you are interested.


The Tennis Courts

The Tennis Courts

  • Junior £15
  • Intermediate(16 to 21 years) £20
  • Adult £45
  • Family £80

CLUB SESSIONS – Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6.00 pm.  Play tennis with people of a similar standard from beginners to league standard

Clifton Tennis Club is very keen to attract new members and is offering two weeks free tennis.

Tennis for all ages


Play social tennis with people of a similar standard from beginners/novices to those with some experience. Come along on Thursday evenings from 6.00 pm onwards and have a couple of weeks for FREE before deciding to join the Club. Please contact Steve Woodford on 01788 561996 or Margaret Mckernan on 01788 544456, or just turn up on the night.


For those of you that are more experienced players we also run a Tuesday evening session at 6.00 pm. This is intended for more experienced players up to and including league players.

Membership form 2015


The tennis club has had mixed fortunes this year. The work that the parish council did in removing two trees that were adjacent to court number 2 has resulted in a real reduction in the amount of moss on the court. I would like to thank the parish council again for removing these trees and particularly to Alastair who carried out the work free of charge. Unfortunately, we are experiencing some moss on one side of court number 1 where there are a couple of large trees alongside the court. We have been treating this small area of moss with moss killer throughout the autumn and winter and this is just about keeping the moss under control.

The Club’s men’s team did well in 2015 and finished top of their league and were promoted to league one, but the competition in the top league proved very demanding last year. However, the team is hoping for greater success in 2017. We have also entered a mixed doubles team in the league this year. We are always looking for new team members if anyone is interested.

We have run junior coaching again and had about 20 youngsters involved each week. Sue Robinson will be running this again in 2017; £30 for seven one hour sessions.

We hold open club sessions for social tennis on Tuesday and Thursday evenings during the season and have been running a popular frostbite club session on Saturday mornings during the winter months.

Our biggest problem is low membership despite running a large promotion campaign over the last couple of years. This year we have reduced membership fees significantly for new members. With just £35 for adult membership, £10 for junior membership, up to 21 years of age, and only £60 for family membership we are hoping this will appeal to local people. If you are interested in knowing more please contact me, Steve Woodford on 01788 561996 or by email


Tennis Club Annual Report 2016

Steve Woodford 01788 561996


For further information about the Tennis Club please contact Steve Woodford (Secretary)