Established in 1989 and run a by a committee of dedicated individuals, the club welcomes players and beginners of all ages to enjoy the magic of tennis.
Our members like to get the most out of the game and have a lot of fun along the way! We have memberships to suit everyone – and non-members are very welcome to come and try out the courts before they join.
The club has Men’s, Ladies’ and Mixed teams competing in local leagues. We always welcome new players and enthusiasm is more important than ability! Our Junior members (13 and over) also join in these team matches as there is no specific league for them.
• Three courts available for play.
• Floodlighting operated through a key system
- Nether Heyford Tennis Club – July & August 2020
- Nether Heyford Playing Fields – ‘A community asset to be proud of’
- Nether Heyford Tennis Club – March 2020
Telephone: 07901 775639
Nether Heyford Tennis Club, The Playing Fields, Middle Street, Nether Heyford, Northamptonshire NN7 3NL
If you are approaching Heyford from the M1 (Junction 16), on the roundabout take the 1st local exit towards Upper Heyford. After about 600 metres as you enter Upper Heyford turn left (signposted Nether Heyford and Bugbrooke) Follow this narrow country lane for about 0.5 miles, until you cross a small bridge over the river. The entrance track to the Playing Fields is on your left about 30 yards past this bridge, just before you enter the village.
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