The Tennis Club will be represented at Saturday’s Nothing Ever Happens in Brackley event at the Town Hall. Here’s an update from the Brackley Online Post Plans are well advanced for Saturday’s exhibition at the Town Hall and on the Piazza. We will have in excess of 40 clubs and organisations represented which will lay to rest forever the claim that ‘nothing happens in Brackley!’ Every possible age is catered for from the very young (play groups and schools) through to teenagers (sports and skateboarding) to help for the elderly. Ignoring the ageist slant, there will be live music for all tastes, the Angling Club will be demonstrating their coaching for youngsters, you can learn to play Bridge or Knit or get involved with Nature. The website has a full list of which clubs will be represented and what time demonstrations will be on (there are 2 programmes running, both in the Town Hall and on the Piazza) so if you have a particular interest make a note of when to come.
Brackley Tennis Club will be running open sessions at the club from January onwards each Tuesday and Thursday evening and Wednesday mornings. More details here
The club AGM will be held at 7:30 pm on Wednesday 17th February 2010 in the Clubhouse. Light refreshments will be available.
From 12th-19th December all along Brackley High Street and Market Place twenty shops will be taking part in an Odd One Out Competition organised by Brackley Means Business. Each participating shop will display an out of place item in either their window or in their shop. Simply identify all the Odd Ones Out and return your completed entry form to either Bliss or The Courtyard Coffee Shop by Tuesday 22nd December. Correct entries will go into a draw and the winner will receive
Brackley Tennis Club announces a varied Autumn Schedule for one and all. See Autumn Activities for further details.
Video from the Finals Day can be found here on You Tube
As of today, Thursday 17th September, courts 1-3 have been cleaned and are back in use. Cleaning of courts 4 & 5 is in progress and they are expected to be back in use by Saturday 19th September.
The courts are going to be cleaned in two goes, firstly courts 1-3, then courts 4 &. 5. The contractor for the work is Nigel Taylor. Whilst the courts are being cleaned play will not be possible for anyone. The work on courts 1-3 will start in the second week of September and is expected to take 3 days to complete. The courts will need to be dry before the sand can be replaced, so we are hostage to the weather as to when the courts will be available for use. Once courts 1-3 are complete the remaining 2 courts will be cleaned. During the period of cleaning, Carolyn Markham has kindly offered her private court for use by the club should the need arise.