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Disabled tennis player on court

The girls loved your sessions, energy and enthusiasum. It was an all win situation, as we all learnt so much, and cannot thank you enough for committing your time to our School.

Denise Knibbs, Alfriston School

Halton Disability Tennis

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07582 159583

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Halton Tennis Centre is a well established provider of disability tennis programmes for children and adults alike, with over 10 years experience. We pride ourselves on creating a safe and nurturing environment for everyone.

Our aim is to motivate, inspire and enable people of all abilities, through the power of tennis and sport, to achieve the best they can whilst making friends and having fun along the way!

We offer a wide range of weekly sessions through our Everyball programme run by our Head of Disability Tennis, Alex Barnes:

  1. Down's Syndrome (DS Active) – 5 to 18 years
  2. Wheelchair users – All ages, in partnership with Phil Hill at Stoke Mandeville
  3. Visually impaired – Adults
  4. Learning difficulties (general) – Children
  5. Learning difficulties (general) - Adults

You don't have to 'fit' into one of the sessions above. We are happy to help find a suitable way to get you on court, regardless of your age, ability or background - even if we create a new session specifically for you or your group.

We also run numerous mini festivals throughout the year for a consortium of SEN schools in conjunction with the South Bucks Partnership and at the PACE Centre in Aylesbury.

In addiAon Karen Atkinson, LTA Tennis Coach, Chiltern Gate delivers session to girls aged 10‐15 years with special needs at Alfriston School in Beaconsfield and Chiltern Gate School in High Wycombe.

Please note the club's facilities are open to everyone, including the Pavilion bar and restaurant, the mini-tennis courts, table tennis tables, multi‐use games area, etc.

If you would like to discuss any aspect of disability tennis at Halton UK, please e-mail tommayer@everyball.net.

Accessibility

Halton Tennis Centre's faciliAes are accessible to wheelchair users, with indoor courts, toilets, showers and access via a ramp to the Pavilion Café and Bar. We also provide wheelchairs designed for tennis and have a full range of equipment including racket and balls, specifically designed for people with a visual impairment.

Please do note, we welcome people of all abilities in our mainstream club sessions and squads.