An excellent Saturday of tennis last weekend. There is an official press release which has gone to the Gazette and the Recorder and you can read it here.
All photos from the event can be viewed here.
Our Mens and Ladies teams have made two finals this weekend. Both being played on Sunday - both away from home unfortunately.
The ladies team are playing against Rayleigh at midday and the mens team are at Whitehall at 2pm. More details can be found here:
We've all heard the phrase. Does anyone know where it comes from? I have had a little look around and this page has a few ideas.
Meanwhile, we had some intruders on the court the other day. It's definitely not a dead rubber one...but I hear it is good game. No poaching though. Sigh. That's enough.
Our Head Coach, Christian has taken on a new team of junior helpers to assist him during the camps and early evening training. All the assistants have to have a basic level of training - this was their first step towards the accreditation.
Thanks to everyone who volunteered to give up their time to help in the Club working party last Saturday!
We had over 20 people, probably a record, turn up during the day to undertake a range of socially distanced jobs which included repairs, painting, gardening and cleaning. It was great to see some new faces and much ...
Hope you are well and looking forward to playing tennis again soon!
We thought you’d like to see the winning entry to our centenary art competition. The competition was open to all members and we received some fantastic designs.
We’re delighted to announce the winner is Amber Patel, who wins ...
Dear Tennis Members,
Following the announcement by the Government on 4th January and the latest guidance from the LTA, we are sorry to have to inform you the Club will have to close from 8.30am on the 5th January until further notice.
Please take care and stay safe during this difficult time.
We are celebrating 100 years of tennis at Hutton & Shenfield and so we are launching an art competition for adults and juniors to design a banner for our centenary.
The winning design will have their design made into a banner which will be displayed on Court One as well as outside the club on ...
The Government announced the introduction of Tier 4 which now applies to Essex. As always, we take our guidance from the LTA and although tennis can continue, it is subject to the following changes effective Sunday, December, 20th and until further notice.
Singles play is only permitted with one person from another ...
The Rotary Club of Brentwood are arranging for Santa and his Sleigh to travel around the streets of Brentwood Dec 14 to Dec 18th; also there will be a Virtual Santa Grotto Dec 19 to Dec 24th.
Click the link www.santa-brentwood.co.uk for more information.