Set in the beautiful Kent countryside, the club offers a welcoming, sociable, recreational and competitive tennis environment, for adults and juniors of all abilities. Club members enjoy all aspects of tennis including taking part in regular organised club sessions, individual and group coaching, and actively competing in the Kent LTA League.
The club looks to offer something to every member, young and old and no matter at what level of ability. Whether you are looking for competitive tennis, social tennis or you just enjoy the game to get fit, we hope to make you feel welcome. The club actively supports the development of tennis for juniors and provides junior coaching programmes and junior events and tournaments, in partnership with our Coaching provider, LoveSport.
Our Core Values
1 – Demonstrate enthusiasm and encourage others to become part of, and contribute to, a tennis community
2 – Strive to be fair, open-minded, and transparent in all that we do as a club
3 – Encourage diversity, inclusiveness, and fair play, both on and off the tennis court
4 – Be friendly and respectful to all members, guests, and visitors
Trottiscliffe Tennis Club (TTC) is committed to ensuring safe facilities for our Members and their Guests. The Club’s Health & Safety Officer, Richard Hogbin, has overall responsibility for health and safety management at the Club and the Club’s Health & Safety policy is available via the ‘Policies‘ page. As part of the Club’s commitment to providing a safe and risk-free environment, it is important that any accidents or significant injuries are recorded. As well as meeting regulatory requirements these records help ensure that future risks can be minimised. Please select the link below to record any accidents or injuries.
The Club acknowledges its duty of care to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and adults at risk. The club is committed to ensuring its safeguarding measures reflect statutory responsibilities, government guidance, comply with best practices, and meet the current rigorous LTA guidelines. The TTC Safeguarding Policy is available via the ‘Policies‘ page.
The Club’s Welfare Officer, Lesley Benge, can be contacted confidentially by phone on 07762 378915 or by email at email@example.com
Members are welcome to invite guests to play at the club. For court bookings that include non-members, the Visitor Booking Form should be completed and the appropriate fee paid to the Club Treasurer in advance. Information on the Club’s current fee structure is available via the ‘Fee Information’ link at the bottom of this page.
Annual membership runs from the start of May to the end of April each year. Membership applications forms are provided below – please select the relevant membership category or send an enquiry via the ‘Contact‘ page. To comply with the club’s policies on safeguarding, a parent or guardian of junior members is required to join as a club member and a low-cost Guardian Membership option is available for those juniors who wish to join the club but are not joining as part of a Family Membership subscription. Social Membership is a non-playing category suitable for retired members who wish to stay connected with the club community. Further details on the various forms of membership are available by selecting the ‘Membership Categories’ link below.
For further information on subscription costs and visitor or guest charges etc please select the ‘Fee Information’ button below. For information on payment methods, or to make an online payment, please select the ‘Payments’ button below.