Annual Subscriptions for 2024

Adult/Single £220
Family £465 (2 Adults and up to two Juniors)
Under 25 £100
Junior* £65 (under 18 years old)
Parental £45 (To enable parents to play tennis with their children at specified times)
Non-playing £45

Entrance Fees (One-Off on joining)

Senior Playing Member £50
Under 25 £10
Junior £5

Membership Update – June 2024

Due to the overwhelming level of applications our Single, Family & Under 25 membership categories are now full with some limited availability on Junior membership.

For this membership year and onwards a waiting list is operated on a first come first served basis. Please follow the ‘What is the process for joining?’ FAQ below.

If you require further information please email our membership secretary at….

Membership Benefits

  • 10% discount off tennis equipment (at Gyles Brothers)
  • Free court use
  • Free floodlights
  • Access to internal club competitions
  • Access to all club social events
  • Summer, Winter and Seniors Avon League teams
  • Practice wall (when Court 5 not in use)

Junior Membership Benefits

  • Free courts …. for Junior bookings following applies:
  • >  Courts 1 or 2 
  • >  9 am – 5 pm Monday to Friday
  • >  9 am – 8 pm Saturday and Sunday 
  • Free use of tennis balls
  • Reduced coaching rates
  • Internal club tournament
  • Mixed generation tournaments
  • Free courts for Bristol box league matches
  • Summer and winter junior Avon league teams
  • Practice wall (when Court 5 not in use)


Q. Does my subscription last for 12 months from the date I join?
A. No, subscriptions last for one calendar year from January to December.
Q. Can I pay my subscription and joining fee in cash?

A. No, we only accept payment via online banking.  Details will be sent once your application has been accepted.

Q. What is the process for joining?
A. The process for joining is as follows :

  • In the first instance please see the membership update in the red bordered box above
  • Submit an email membership enquiry applying to join the waiting list. Only those on the waiting list will be considered for membership in the first instance.
  • During the latter part of each year/start of each new year those on the waiting list will be contacted by email with full application details (including arranging a session with our club coach if needed) on a first come first served basis. (Please ensure that if you are on the waiting list your email details are kept updated as this will be our only method of communication with you)
  • Once your membership is approved, you will be notified following the January  Committee meeting and a request for payment will be made (please do not send any money prior to this)
  • When payment is received and confirmed, you will be sent information about access to the club (pin code for the main gate/clubhouse), the club rules, information about social events, etc.
  • Upon approval of your application you will also be invited to sign up to ClubSpark, our online court booking system
  • You can then begin playing at the club


Q. Can I play at the club before deciding to join?
A. Prospective members are more than welcome to inspect the facilities and meet the Head Coach.  Please contact Paul Meadows, the clubs Membership Secretary in the first instance to arrange an appropriate appointment.
Q. Can I play team tennis?
A. Yes, the club currently runs 6 men’s and 3 ladies’ teams in the summer Avon leagues as well as several senior and mixed teams throughout the year.  There are plenty of opportunities for keen team players.
Q. Is there a discount for the elderly or students?
A. Please see the membership section for membership categories and any discount offers available.
Q. Once I am a member, do I have to pay to play?
A. No, the joining fee is a one-off payment and membership fees cover play for the full calendar year.  No additional fees apply.
Q. Once I am a member, do I have to pay for floodlights?
A. No, floodlights run on a token system and are currently free for members.
Q. Is there a ball machine or practise wall?
A. Yes, there is a practise wall that can be used as long as no-one is playing on the neighbouring court (court 5). There is a ball machine that all members are free to use, subject to having received the appropriate training.
Q. Are group and individual coaching opportunities available at the club?
A. Yes, both group and individual coaching is available for a range of standards and age ranges. Please see the Coaching  page for further details or contact the clubs Head Coach, James Pugh.