Queens Park Tennis Club is aware of an online petition which wrongly suggests that our club has ambitions to in some way take over the tennis courts at St Ann’s Well Gardens. The petition states: “Currently, the lead proposal for running St Ann’s Tennis is from Queen’s Park Tennis Club and all shareholders, structure and… Read full article
This lockdown is no good for tennis, but the directors of Queens Park Tennis Club want you to know that the important task of improving the infrastructure of our club continues apace.
Brighton & Hove (Monday 4 January 2021): The tennis courts at St Ann’s Tennis will close immediately in accordance with new government lockdown measures announced today.
Queens Park Tennis Club has now installed the ClubSpark SmartAccess system on courts 1, 2, 3 & 4. The courts have been fitted with new electronic gates supplied by the Lawn Tennis Association.
Work has begun to install underground ducting which will provide a power connection between the Clubhouse and courts 1, 2, 3 & 4. The cables will carry power and data which will operate the new electronic gates and, eventually, the court lighting system.