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Meet your match in Havant Local Tennis Leagues

Hampshire residents are being encouraged to get active this spring by signing up to the next round of Havant Local Tennis League.

Local Tennis Leagues is a flexible and sociable league for women and men aged 18 and over. Played on public tennis...

Wimbledon grass courts beckon for competition winners

The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) is encouraging tennis venues across Somerset to enter the biggest junior tournament in British Tennis and give their players the chance to compete on the world famous grass courts at the All England Club,...

Meet your match at Bristol Local Tennis Leagues

Bristol residents are being encouraged to get active this spring by signing up to the next round of Local Tennis Leagues.

Local Tennis Leagues is a flexible and sociable league for women and men aged 18 and over. Played on public tennis courts...

Beefriendly trees for churches in Diocese of Southwark

Churches across London can make their neighbourhood a greener, more bee-friendly place as part of a new project supported by the Mayor of London.

The Conservation Foundation’s Trees for Sacred Spaces project is enabling churches in the London,...

Launch of Trees for Sacred Spaces for London’s Churches supported by the Mayor of London

Churches across London can make their neighbourhood a greener, more bee-friendly place as part of a new project supported by the Mayor of London.

The Conservation Foundation’s Trees for Sacred Spaces project is enabling churches in the London,...

ARE LOBSTERS ‘ANIMALS’? NEW CAMPAIGN GROUP LAUNCHES TO OBTAIN LEGAL PROTECTION FOR DECAPOD CRUSTACEANS 

Despite a marked increase in scientific evidence about the ability of decapod crustaceans to feel pain and suffer, there has been no government assessment of their welfare and no increase in protections for animals like crabs and lobsters, which...

Exeter Tennis Centre awarded funding to deliver free Tennis4Teens project

Exeter Tennis Centre has been awarded 1,800 by the Lawn Tennis Association’s (LTA) Play Tennis Fund to deliver a free eight week tennis programme called Tennis4Teens.

Beginning on Wednesday 22 February, children aged 14 to 16 will learn practical...

Wimbledon courts beckon for junior competition winners

The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) is encouraging tennis venues across Cornwall to enter the biggest junior tournament in British Tennis and give their players the chance to compete on the world famous grass courts at the All England Club,...

University of Bristol appoints Director of Tennis to drive participation for students, staff and community

The University of Bristol has welcomed Andy Trott to the new role of Director of Tennis. The position has been created to oversee the development of tennis for students and staff and to improve links with the wider community to get more people...

Hampshire coach takes tennis to schools in Uganda

Martin Terrill, head coach at Romsey club Absolute Tennis, is travelling to Uganda this half term to work with sports and education charity Tennis For All Uganda.

Martin will be spending his time at four schools around the capital Kampala...

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