It’s no racket – Park Tennis is the next big thing!
Do you love a bit of tennis? Not ever played? It isn’t something you’ll have heard us talk much about through The Outdoor City but we know how much you enjoyed Wimbledon this summer and… well, it’s another good reason to get outdoors.
Did you know that there are 22 tennis courts in parks across the city that have been re-surfaced and repaired recently? Neither did we, but thanks to some investment in our outdoor spaces there are now even more places to play tennis in Sheffield.
Parks Tennis are the folk responsible for the ongoing upkeep of these courts and for getting more people out there playing tennis in parks. This lovely lot have teamed up with The Outdoor City to offer five lucky winners a top level Parks Tennis Pass, and 10 runners up an hour’s free coaching.
The passes are worth hundreds of pounds and will get you access to courts across the city from North to South, East to West.
Newly refurbed tennis courts can be found in Forge Valley School, Graves Park, High Hazels Park, Hillsborough Park, Millhouses Park, Thorncliffe Recreation Ground, Weston Park and Westfield School.
All you have to do is visit Parks Tennis to enter their prize draw and 5 lucky winners will be picked at random on Sunday 13 August. Then you get to choose the pass that best suits you!
Game. Set. Match.