Court Booking System

  • During the daytime, no booking system is in operation for any of the courts. Members can use the courts at any time but must be aware that club matches, coaching and club play sessions take precedence at certain times.
  • From Mid-September, a booking system operates for the hard courts (see floodlight booking).

Floodlight Booking System

  • This operates throughout the Winter months and ceases at the end of April.
  • Members can book up to 14 days in advance. When booking 14 days in advance, the new booking sheet only becomes available at 6 am (on the day when booking).
  • Only one session per night can be booked but members can book for as many nights in a week as they wish.
  • The normal booking times are displayed on the booking sheets.
  • Floodlight tokens (£1.50 for 20 minutes) can be purchased from behind the main club bar along with key fobs (£5) to open the courtside pavilion.
  • IMPORTANT
    • Late-Cancellation Policy
      • When unable to play (even when due to bad weather), members should cancel their bookings as soon as possible.
      • Please note the system will automatically assume a "no-show" when the court remains booked and unused.
    • Check-in/No-show Policy:
      • Members must check-in on the touch screen "kiosk" computer in the club house in order to confirm court usage.
      • Check-in must be done within 1 hour before or after playing. You will need to know your "Kiosk PIN" in order to check-in.
      • The system automatically assumes a "no-show" when the court remains booked without having been checked-in.
      • You will receive a no-show email on the day following the no-show.
      • At this stage, there are no penalties for no-show, however the no-shows are logged and reviewed by the committee.

White Board Waiting System

  • During daylight hours and in particular use at weekends, is the White Board which is situated on the left as you enter the courtside pavilion .
  • At busy times it is important that you sign up on this board – all players must be named, along with the time you started playing.
  • If courts become busy, this system enables players waiting to see who is due to come off first and the time a court will become free.
  • If there are players waiting the playing time is one hour per court.
  • In the winter matches are played on courts 3 & 4 with a normal start time of either 10.30 am or 13.30 pm. Matches take priority on these courts and are usually taking place on both Saturday and Sundays.
  • If courts 1 and 2 are wet then matches switch to courts 5 and 6.

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