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As the governing body for British tennis, the Lawn Tennis Association provides essential information on playing, coaching and watching tennis in the UK.
Clubmark was introduced by Sport England in 2002 and the LTA has been administering its own version based on national guidelines for best practice combined with real life examples of successfully run places to play across the country.
All the latest Tennis News from the BBC.
The official Wimbledon Tennis website.
The club is home to four major sports – Cricket, Tennis, Lacrosse and Bowls. All sports have teams in the North West leagues and coaching is available for all ages and levels of ability.
allplay is a national campaign, brought to you by the LTA, to help more people play tennis. This site is the online home of the campaign and is perfect for anybody just starting out in tennis as well as people who are looking to play more often.
BTCA believes that coaching should combine a wide base of methods and coaches should have the freedom to explore a whole range of new ideas and consider a much wider variation of teaching philosophies.
There are four stages of LTA Mini Tennis; Tots, Red, Orange and Green, each with their own court size and type of ball. This tailored approach enables players to develop vital skills and techniques at an early age.