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The court keys and padlocks are changing
Don’t be left with NO working keys
To be applied at the Open Tennis Day May 20th
Tennis Court Security – New Key Arrangements
It is important that we maintain the security of our courts.
We allow members to Hire keys to access the courts with currently a one off charge of £6.
Over a period of years we have not changed the padlocks and many of the hired keys are still at large belonging to people who are no longer members and who should should not have access to the courts and should have returned the keys.
So we have purchased some new padlocks and a number of new keys. It is planned that on the Great Tennis Weekend Open Day we will fit the new padlocks and issue new keys at the Tennis Welcoming Table with the following conditions.
1 If you are a current member with an existing key we will swop your existing key with a new key for no charge.
2 If you are a current member without an existing key and would like a new key there will be a charge of £6 for a current key.
3 If you are a current member with an existing key but will not be attending the Open Day we will swop your existing key with a new key for no charge.
To do this you will need to contact any of the following to make arrangements to swop and collect a new key.
Jane Howes on 01793 791401 or 07951 563367
Jane Flew on 01793 790332
Helen Halfhead on 01793 790852 or 07947 035970
Becky Prince on 07716094225
4 If you are a current member without an existing key but will not be attending the Open Day there will be a charge of £6 for a current key. You will need to contact any of the above to make arrangements to collect a new key and pay the £6.
If you have lost your key and would like a new one I’m afraid you will have to pay the £6 fee.
Wanborough Tennis Club have now installed two stylized commemorative benches to remember one of the founding members of the club namely Dawn Hopkins. Two lovely teak benches with Union Jack Flag inlay are now positioned adjacent to Courts 1 and 2. Each have brass plaques to remember Dawn.
Take a look, take a seat and remember Dawn.