The club is situated in the middle of the Gidea Park conservation area and as such is very secluded and offers perfect peace and tranquillity for playing or watching tennis. We have an extremely warm and welcoming bar lounge that is separate from the main hall but is connected via 2 pairs of double doors that can be removed for social functions. The bar has a full license and sells draft and bottled beers plus a full range of wine and spirits, all of which are at prices much cheaper than in local pubs. We have a 7 foot pool table in the bar which is very popular, along with darts, table football and table tennis in the main hall. There is also a full kitchen along with separate ladies’ and men’s changing rooms and showers.
The club has a very quiet public highway on three sides with the entrance approximately
in the centre on the Gidea Avenue boundary (see aerial view by selecting Satellite
on the map page). Members and guests are encouraged to park on the ‘clubhouse side’
of the road which can accommodate up to 28 cars quite comfortably (some parking restrictions
The club is a one minute walk from Main Road, Romford which is a main bus route with services throughout Havering. The club Is also approximately half a mile from Gidea Park Station which is on the Liverpool St/Southend Line. .
The club has 7 courts in total, 3 of which have a flexible acrylic surface with the other 4 having top quality synthetic grass. The courts are laid out with a central clubhouse (see aerial view by selecting satellite on the map page) with the 3 acrylic courts on one side and the 4 grass on the other. The large panoramic windows of the clubhouse offer viewing of all courts from both the
bar lounge and main hall area. All of the courts are surrounded by a dense 4 metre high hedge which gives perfect visibility for striking the ball along with increased protection from the elements
on windy days for both players and spectators.
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Clubhouse and Bars
New telescopic floodlights have been installed and are fully operational across courts