Kids Welcomed Onto Real Tennis Courts for Free This Easter Break
The T and RA and the Dedanists’ Foundation have once again partnered for a programme that allows junior Real Tennis newcomers to have a go at the sport for free over the school Easter holiday.
Eating chocolate Easter eggs is fun, but so is trying out Real Tennis! That’s why the T&RA, in conjunction with the Dedanists’ Foundation, is pleased to announce the continuation of a holiday scheme that encourages juniors to take up the game of Real Tennis over the upcoming Easter break.
Both the T&RA and the Dedanists’ Foundation are committed to introducing juniors to Real Tennis, knowing that the long-term survival of our game relies on young people discovering the sport. We first partnered to get more youngsters on court over the Christmas school holiday period and are proud to share that it was a massive success – the initiative offered a free, one-hour taster session for juniors at their nearest Real Tennis club, and in just a few days of being launched, 24 youngsters were signed up to experience the game for the first time.
Now, the T&RA and the Dedanists’ Foundation’s latest Easter holiday scheme follows the same setup, offering newcomers between the ages of 10 and 18 a free, one hour “have a go” session at the nearest Real Tennis club signed up to take part.
If you have a youngster who is looking for something interesting to do over the Easter period, complete this signup form and we will give you the contact details for your nearest participating club.
If you require any further information please contact the T&RA at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Dedanists’ Foundation Ambassador, Paul Weaver, at email@example.com.
The Dedanists’ Foundation is a grant-giving charity (No. 1145526) created with the sole aim of increasing youth involvement in Real Tennis. The game has too few young players and the organisation’s aim is to get young people impassioned about the sport and to harness the enthusiasm, knowledge and skills of the game’s professionals and its clubs. To learn more about the fantastic work that the Dedanists’ Foundation is doing, check out the organisation’s latest brochure or visit their official website.