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By Jamie Arrowsmith Wednesday 30 January 2013 Updated: 30/01 12:24
WEST Warwicks Sports Club have welcomed a new tennis coaching team to the club.
Robert Saffery, General Manager, has welcomed the ‘One Step Ahead’ coaching team of Steve Hayward, Nigel Smith, Ken Spensley and Alison Isaacs who are going to attempt to revolutionise the coaching opportunities on offer.
Designed for all ages and abilities, the new programme they will offer has something for everyone.
From tots to teens, there is an action packed weekly schedule full of tennis, tactics and technique so now is a great time to register your youngster for one of the group sessions, individual coaching or team tennis.
And when you are trying to fill their school holidays with activities and fun, the multi-sports camps offered at West Warwicks provide the perfect option.
It is not just youngsters who are catered for though, a full adult programme for members is currently being developed whilst for the fitness enthusiasts there is cardio tennis on offer, guaranteed to get that heart rate pumping.
You do not have to be a member to enjoy playing tennis, pay and play coaching sessions are available to both adult and junior members and non-members on Saturday mornings.
During half term, commencing February 18, the coaches will be running Tennis Camps for all children on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 10am to 12pm, costing £5 per player.
There is a meet the coaches session on Saturday, February 23 from 12pm to 1.30pm where you and your children can join them on court and for a drink afterwards.
Visit www.westwarwicks.co.uk, email email@example.com or call 07846 756264 for more information.
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