Posted: Tue 18th Jun 2019

Free tennis taster session on offer to local youngsters this Saturday

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Jun 18th, 2019

A free tennis taster session is on offer to local youngsters this Saturday.

Two sessions –  morning and afternoon – are being held at Hawarden Community Tennis Club on Gladstone playing fields.

The open day is for ages 3-11 and aims to give youngsters an opportunity to have fun by learning to play tennis.

Mike Herd, Head Coach at Hawarden Community Tennis Club – an LTA accredited senior club coach, with over 10 years’ experience – and his team will be taking the sessions.  

Mike’s tennis sessions are a great way to encourage physical activity for children, gain improved hand and eye coordination whilst learning a new fun sport. 

The sessions are taking place on Saturday 22nd June. Morning 10.30am to 12pm ( Click here to book)  and Afternoon 2pm to 3.30pm ( Click here to book)

Find out more about Hawarden Community Tennis Club here and Mike Herd here.

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