Castle Hill Tennis Club in Saffron Walden has re-opened its courts
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Tennis Club is open again for play - doubles as well as singles can be each player from a different household
Doubles as well as singles can now be played with each player from a different household at Castle Hill Tennis Club in Saffron Walden.
The club has re-opened its hard and grass courts.
From this week, June 1, the guidance from the Lawn Tennis Association has changed. After new government advice, doubles as well as singles can be played with with each player from a different household - so long as the two metre distance between players is observed.
The club’s courts are open to members only but it welcomes new members and has reduced its membership fees for seniors and families because of the current restrictions.
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The club says it welcomes players at all levels and it has an online system for booking a court.
If someone cannot make a session that has been booked, it can also be cancelled online. For more details, see the club’s website at www.castlehilltennisclub.co.uk
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