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Having first opened its doors in the late 1800s, independent sporting venue East Glos Club in Cheltenham will be welcoming visitors from across Gloucestershire this Saturday 5 June 2010 – for the 125 Years Open Day celebration.
Taking place from 11am, the fun-filled day will give visitors of all ages the chance to pit their skills against the ball machine and serve machine, to see how they compare to the likes of Murray and Roddick.
There will be free tennis, squash and hockey coaching sessions, plus the chance to work out with Cardio Tennis and view exhibition matches featuring top local players.
The open day will also see a number of prizes come up for grabs, membership incentives on offer and the opportunity to try, play and get advice about Head, Babolat and Wilson racquets.
As a long established tennis, squash and hockey club at the heart of Cheltenham’s sporting scene, East Glos Club’s free open day will provide the perfect opportunity to explore its facilities and join in on the 125-year celebrations at the same time.
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