Temporary Court & Club ClosureThe tennis courts in Greville Smyth Park are closed until further noticed and all related social and coaching sessions have been cancelled.
While we understand how important it is to exercise at this time, our first priority is to keep everyone safe. This decision is in line with the LTA's official guidelines for venues.
Please do not attempt to use the courts, which will remain locked.
Please stay safe and remain responsible in this time of unprecedented crisis.
We look forward to seeing you on-court later in the year.
Tennis at Greville Smyth Park
Situated amongst huge trees in the tranquil surroundings of Greville Smyth Park (Ashton, Bristol) are the courts of GSTC. It is a friendly, social tennis club, with low membership fees, for players of all ages and abilities. It has a thriving junior section.
Half-season memberships until April 2020 are now available to buy on EventBrite. All prices are frozen at 2018 levels: Full-price membership costs under £1 a week for adults - even less for everyone else!
Changes to our calendar include the end of daytime weekday adult sessions, and the addition of Tuesday evening adult social and Saturday morning family & junior sessions. See full details on the calendar page.
Matt is introducing adult improver coaching sessions on Saturday mornings, 11 to 12, during Spring and Summer (2 blocks of 5 sessions). See coaching page.
2019 AGM minutes are available upon request.
Find out about joining our club! Members will have the benefits of:
- FREE use of the courts (subject to allocated sessions)
- FREE league match play with our team
- FREE club tournaments
- FREE friendly social club sessions
- FREE internal tennis boxes
- FREE membership of the LTA (British Lawn Tennis Association)
- FREE entry to the Wimbledon ticket ballot (subject to being opted in LTA member)
- Lessons from our LTA coach with reduced fees
- Social events
The gate combination code is sent out to all members when they join, along with an invitation to join our WhatsApp adult social tennis group.Was this page useful?