Seaton Tennis Club to hold Easter sessions.

PUBLISHED: 08:45 27 March 2014 | UPDATED: 08:45 27 March 2014

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Seaton Tennis Club are to hold a number of Easter holiday camps.

They will run from Tuesday, April 8 from 2pm until 5pm, Thursday, April 10, from 10am to 1pm, Tuesday, April 15 from 2pm to 5pm and Thursday, April 17 from 10am to 2pm.

These fast, fun sessions are open to all ages and abilities, cost £15 each , and are open to non-members. For more information on these session contact Ben Elliott on 07508 363186 or email

The club has a thriving junior programme run by Ben Elliott and his team of coaches. Mini-Red, Orange and Green sessions run three times a week during term time and there are teen squads developing the young talent in the club.

Emma Hurst is currently the number two junior in the UK and will be playing an exhibition doubles demonstration at the club’s annual Open Day at the start of the holidays, to inspire juniors, visitors, members and honoured guests alike to put on trainers and swing a racket!

The club is holding its annual Open Day on Saturday, April 5 from 10am to 4pm.

Visitors and members will be able to watch demonstrations, join in adult and junior coaching sessions, test their serving strength with a speed machine, their fitness with Cardio Tennis and play in a fun doubles tournament.

Refreshments will be available and there will be raffle and competition prizes galore.

For more information, contact Membership Secretary, Jeremy Warner , on, 07973 506312 or visit our website

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