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Facilities

16 Grass Courts

8 All Weather Courts

Air Dome

2 Squash Courts

Outdoor Heated Swimming Pool

Fitness Centre

Exercise Classes

Function Rooms

Licenced Bar


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Welcome to Frinton Lawn Tennis Club

Founded in 1899 as a private members' club, Frinton Lawn Tennis, Croquet and Bowls Club flourished in post Victorian England. Although Croquet and Bowls were original activities of the Club, it is for tennis that the Club has become world famous.

Edwardian England saw Frinton as its playground and the well heeled and famous flocked to the town.
Winston Churchill, Douglas Fairbanks, Gladys Cooper and Robert Morley all bought houses in the town, and the tennis club was the main social and sporting venue.

Next to Wimbledon, Frinton was regarded as the major venue in the tennis calendar - offering 22 grass courts to its members visitors - and a social standing on a par with Henley and Ascot. As a tournament venue, Frinton has attracted the world's leading tennis players for over 7 decades.

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EVENTS iN
JULY


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39TH INTERNATIONAL SENIOR'S TOURNAMENT



 7th to 12th July 2014

Referee: Chris Matthews
Tournament Director: Kim Willetts

Male & Female players from 15 countries taking part in events ranging from Men’s 35+ to Men’s 85+.

 Come and watch some of the Club’s best Senior players in action.

 

Wednesday 9th

Supper Dance 7pm

Saturday 12th    

Finals

 

AEGON PRO-SERIES & BRITISH TOUR

  13th – 19th July

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Director:  Rhiannon Bush (LTA)

 

Wednesday 16th

BBQ & Karaoke

from 7pm


Friday 18th

VIP TENNIS DAY  11 – 4pm

Champagne & Canape Reception

Hot & Cold Summer Smorgasbord

£30 pp  (Booking essential)


AEGON SUMMER

COUNTY CUP

21st – 25th July

 

Wednesday 23rd

BBQ & Karaoke

from 7pm

 

This year FLTC is hosting the Group 3 Men’s Team Event

The Counties involved are:-

Leicestershire, Cheshire, North of Scotland, West of Scotland, Cambridgeshire and Essex