The doors are being thrown open for a popular Sunday morning squash session with youngsters encouraged to give the sport a try.
Wolverhampton Lawn Tennis & Squash Club runs a ‘Sunday Boast’ session from 10am-11.30am every Sunday, offering young players and their families the chance to enjoy squash, racketball and other fun-based court activities.
Coaches including Simon Newell lead the sessions which are open to non-members as well as members and have proved very popular since launching at the start of the year.
“One of the greatest attributes of WLTSC is that it offers a warm and welcoming environment to get healthy, play sport and make friends,” says Neil Patel, Chairman of Squash and Racketball.
“We have a thriving squash and racketball facility that inspires all ages from five to over 70, catering for all abilities.
“Sunday Boast has become a key part of what the club offers, with parents and juniors coming together to play as a family, and seeing young talent nurtured and encouraged.
“We had a really good turnout for our free activities on World Squash Day recently, and, at the start of half term week, it would be great to have a really packed Sunday Boast with plenty of new players coming to see what they think of the session.”
Everyone is welcome – just head for the squash courts at 10am on Sunday via the Fire Door to the right of the side entrance to the building.
Sunday Boast is free for members and £2.50 for non-members. Equipment is provided but players are asked to wear non-marking footwear.
All coaches are DBS checked and have child safeguarding certificates, as well as qualifications from Squash England.
There is a quick registration process for a first visit and then it is easy to sign in for future visits afterwards.
A reminder you can also find WLTSC on social media channels Twitter, Facebook and Instagram – @WLTSC.
For more details call the club on (01902) 755625 or email email@example.com