Bridgwater Lawn Tennis Club

Situated just off of J24 of the M5, Bridgwater Lawn Tennis Club offers something for tennis players of all ages and levels.

The club has been very successful in local leagues over the years and boasts among its members European Champions in the Veteran Ladies 50’s group. We have built up a thriving Junior Membership and we are justifiably proud of the high standard of coaching offered to local youngsters by our coaches past and present.

We have a smart clubhouse with excellent shower and changing facilities and have been able to keep our membership dues at a very competitive level.

Our combination of all-weather courts and economical and efficient floodlighting means that we offer a locally unique facility. For our hardiest members, Thursday night is Club Night, including Pay and Play for £5, literally all the year round! Monday nights are for league players. Club nights start at 6.30pm.

Weekly Schedule

  • Monday 10am – friendly 4 (or 8) for club players
  • Monday 6.30pm – men’s practice – all standards of competitive play
  • Tuesday 6.15pm – ladies’ practice – mainly C/D team players
  • Wednesday morning – veterans’ league matches
  • Wednesday 5pm to 7pm junior coaching and Wednesday 7pm - 8.30pm adult members’ coaching/drills (£3 per session/all welcome)
  • Thursday 10am – ladies’ practice- mainly A/B team players
  • Thursday 6.30pm Clubnight
  • Friday 10am – friendly 4 (or 8) for club players
  • Saturday 2pm monthly club friendly tournament – Sept 28th, Oct 26th, Nov 30th
  • Sunday 0930am to 1pm – junior coaching
  • Sunday mornings Oct to March A/B/C team winter league fixtures

To find out more about any of the above sessions, get in touch here

Balls are not provided except for matches/special events/Thursday evening

The Club operates on an open basis - there are no ‘playing in’ tests - and welcomes people who enjoy playing tennis to whatever standard

Visitors are welcome to play at the club at the invitation of a member, who is responsible for the (£3.00) fee. Details must be entered in the diary kept on the counter. Prospective members (not always the same as a visitor) are not charged for the first visit. A maximum of three visits in any one year is permitted, after which prospective members are expected to join. Visitor’s fees are not deductible from the subscription payable.

Find out more about our club, including our history, and how to become a member.

Club details

Important Documents

Diversity and Inclusion Policy

Safeguarding Policy