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Chairman’s Message

Seaford and Blatchington is a lovely lawn tennis club situated in Belgrave Road, Seaford.  I have been happy to belong to it for over forty years.  In that time I have welcomed countless new members into the club, many of whom are now longstanding friends.  I would thoroughly recommend it to anyone interested in playing lawn tennis.  

We love our club and hope that many more people will come to love it too.  We are happy to induct beginners whilst also offering playing opportunities to our more consistent social tennis players, junior members and (for the more proficient) places in both ladies’ and men’s club teams.  We currently run three ladies’ teams and six men’s.

We have a newly-appointed head coach – Ron van Heuvelen – who has been an assistant coach here for many years and a club member for over twenty.  Ron is keen to bring through new members and to help raise the standard of established players.  Whoever we are we can all improve and Ron can help us to do that.

When you get started you will find ample space as we have seven courts, four with a porous acrylic surface and three of artificial grass.  They are all blessed with the option of floodlighting in dull weather and after dark.

We also have an active social programme including themed parties, quizzes and a stool ball event.

Subscriptions in 2017 will remain the same as in 2016 and will continue to include an introductory offer of three months trial membership at a reduced price.  There’s value for money on offer to both new and current members.

Do please take advantage of the facilities on offer at Seaford and Blatchington.  And if you like us, tell your relatives and friends.  For anyone of any age it’s never too late to take up tennis.

For a membership application form please click here

Clive Marritt