Meadow Hill Tennis Club

Lostock, Bolton BL6 4AQ

Meadow Hill Tennis Club is a small secluded club in Lostock, Bolton. Situated just off Chorley New Rd, Lostock, down the drive on the opposite side of Chorley New Rd to Bolton Golf Club. Surrounded by trees, it cannot be seen from the road. Meadow Hill is the type of club for those who may find the larger type of club a bit daunting. New members are welcome. The club has two all weather artificial clay courts, a clubhouse with changing rooms and toilets. The year runs from the first Saturday in April. Now we have all weather courts social play continues all year round weather permitting. League tennis runs from late April to mid August and the club has at present two men's teams and one mixed team in the Bolton League.

The Club courts were completely refurbished by Euroclay in the spring of 2013 after borrowing them for use as a nursery car park during the winter. This was due to a major upgrade that took place at the water works.

From September to March a band of members play table tennis and the club is home to six teams in the Bolton League.

You can find out more about the club from the links below, before visiting us in real life, should you wish to do so. You have nothing to lose, but may have a lot to gain. If you wish to try out the club before joining, then Saturday afternoon from 2pm is your best bet. Alternative club days are Wednesday evenings from 6.30pm. Tuesday morning from 10am (Changes to Friday during the league season). The full membership fee for 2017 is 82. Social membership for those who do not expect to play in league matches except as a reserve, £55. Reduced classes of membership are half price. Junior membership is 10. See membership form below for more details. Fees are reduced pro rata for those joining part way through the club year.

Meadow Hill Constitution

Meadow Hill Rules

Membership form

Teamsheet (League season only)

Photo Year 2000

Mens A winners 2016

 

 

 

 

 

The Club Court Transformation by Euroclay on behalf of United Utilities:

The courts as they were, including final knock before we removed the nets & tapes. Begining of October 2012
Tidying the Lane; October 8th 2012
Making the car park entrance and clearing the shale and sub surface. October 11th 2012.

Putting the new sub layers down. October 12th 2012
Laying the porous tarmac Octoner 23rd 2012
Now a carpark for the use of the nursery. Ocotber 25th 2012
The new materials arrive; June 19th 2013
Euroclay lay the new top surface. June 21st 2013
Courts finished; June 22nd 2013
17th Aug 2013

20 hrs later we

host the Cecil cup

 

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