Something big is happening in British Tennis. Across the country,
clubs large and small, traditional and modern are looking at themselves
in a whole new way they're thinking 'small' to achieve 'big' results,
and it's set to have impact on the future of tennis in the UK.
you've previously heard about Kids Zone,you're probably already busy
planning how to develop one at your club; if not, and if you want to
be a part of this exciting new tennis revolution, read on
Kids zones - What's It All About?
Every tennis club in Britain knows about the day-to-day pressures
of promoting tennis, increasing membership numbers and competing with
other local sports and leisure clubs, as well as the importance of keeping
an eye on the future. Members are demanding better facilities an more
opportunities to enjoy club life to the full, and if tennis clubs are
going to survive they have to be progressive, positive and pro-active,
and above all prepared to listen to what members really want.
LTA recently set itself a mission to attract new young players to Tennis.
We came up with Kids Zone!
A Kids Zone project is flexibility as it's finest. First
and foremost its designed for young members. It doubles up as a fitness,
training, or social area for other members.
If youngsters are enticed into the tennis club environment parents will
follow too. Lastly there's no fixed size for a Kids Zone - what space
have you got available?
have a Kids Zone?
Uses of Kids Zones
Study - Creating a Kids Zone
Study - From Wasteland to Ace-land
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