Welcome to Southwell LTC -
Bishop's Drive, Southwell, Nottinghamshire, NG25 0JP
Annual General Meeting The 2019 Annual General Meeting will take place in the clubhouse on Wednesday March 20th at 8pm. All members are invited, indeed encouraged to attend, and the agenda can be found by clickinghere
Free Lessons Our coaching team at the club, On The Ball Coaching, are offering a free 1/2hr private lesson to all members. Please see the News section for more details. With Christmas lurking, the block of lessons could be also be a good Christmas present.
Southwell Lawn Tennis Club is idyllically set in the heart of this historic cathedral town, and offers a comprehensive range of opportunities for players of all ages and abilities. The Club has three newly-resurfaced floodlit hard courts, a clubhouse and is open to players all year round.
The Club warmly welcomes players of all standards, young and old. For adults, there are numerous match play opportunities, with seven teams running winter and summer. Our first teams are currently in the following Nottingham League Divisions:- Mens Division B; Ladies Division A; Mixed Division A, all our teams play in the short format league.
Informal social club sessions for adults operate on Monday and Friday mornings (10-12 noon) and Tuesday evenings ( 7-9.30pm ). These sessions always operate on a mix-in basis, so provide an excellent opportunity for players of any ability to join in.
Coaching – for adults and juniors - is provided on a group or individual basis by the 'On The Ball' coaching team. Click on ‘Coaching' for more details.
For Juniors, there is a comprehensive programme of coaching and match play from 5-17 years. For further information, click on the ‘Juniors' and ‘Coaching' pages of this website.
Social events are organised for Juniors and Adults throughout the year. These include Annual Dinner, Summer evening tournaments, Quiz nights and BBQ. Click on ‘News' to find out what is coming up next.
Club Fleeces - Paul Best is now stocking club-logo'd fleeces, for more details see the News section.
Pay and Play - The club has reached agreement with the Town Council for a new 21 year lease of the courts and pavilion site. As part of the agreement the club has agreed, among other things, to make available one court for “pay and play” public use at certain times, with the use being administered by the Leisure Centre. For full details check the website News section.
Parking - Would all members and visitors please park in the car park proper and not in front of, or to the side of, the Scout Group building which is private and never to be used for parking, pick-up or loading.
News - As always, see theNewspage for the latest club info (last updated October 2018).
Club Contacts - Contact details for the many and various important people associated with the club can be found by clicking on one of the icons below.
Club Information - For prospective and new members some general information about the club can be found by clicking on one of the icons below.
Club Policies - the Club has adopted policies and procedures for the protection of club members in accordance with recommendations from the LTA and these are available in full in the Policies & Procedures section.