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Floodlights full steam ahead after the BTA Secures major Sport’s England Award
Busbridge Tennis Association has secured £37,900 of Olympic Legacy Funding from Sport’s England’s Inspired Facilities Fund.
The Inspired Facilities Fund is part of the £135 million “Places People Play” legacy programme that is bringing the magic of a home Olympic and Paralympic Games into the communities across the country. Every Sports facility that receives funding will carry the London 2012 Inspire mark – celebrating the link to the Games.
The funding will be used to provide floodlighting for the four hard tennis courts used by the BTA. This will enable significant expansion of the junior coaching and playing programmes meaning that participants can play throughout the year.
Sport’s England Chair Richard Lewis said that "this investment will provide a fantastic sporting legacy for Busbridge. This fund has really hit the mark with sports clubs in Surrey. It shows we are offering the legacy that people want for their local community. For hundreds of clubs and tens of thousands of people, 2012 will be the year that their local sports facilities just got better".
BTA chair Dr Chris Jagger said "BTA will now progress to a higher level. This generous award presents a significant milestone in our club’s development. Floodlight provision will attract new members and provide enhanced playing hours and greater opportunities for all, including our potential young champions, Wimbledon here we come!"
The formal presentation of the cheque by Sport England’s CEO Jennie Price was made to the BTA on Saturday 11th February. The event was supported by Jeremy Hunt MP, the Mayors of Godalming and Waverley, Amy Wright -Senior Media Officer and Alice Cookson - Public Affairs Manager Sport Englan, the BTA executive committee and coaches and members of the BTA. After the speeches and an exhibition match between the coaches, everyone was invited back to Holloway Hill Pavilion for refreshments.
Special thanks go to BTA’s David Bundred for all his effort in helping to secure this award.
- May 10th 2014 - Spring doubles tournament
- July 12th 2014 - Dan Eley Tennis tournament
- August 30th 2014 - Summer BBQ
- September 13th 2014 - Autumn doubles tournament
- November 11th 2014 - AGM
- December 13th 2014 - 7:30pm until late Christmas Party
- Four all-weather courts
- Four compact Children's courts
- MUGA - multi-use games area for five-a-side football and basketball
- Use of the pavillion for members
- Professional Coaching
- Members' club nights
- Social events
There is a members' drop in club night on a Tuesday and Thursday evening from 7.00pm - 9.00pm.
Turn up with your racquet(balls are provided) and games will be arranged.
The emphasis is on fun and social tennis and you are welcome to come along for as long as you are able to. The bar is always open afterwards for a drink.
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