CLUB INFO

On this page you can find out information about a number of things, including; 

Who is on the club's committee and how to contact them.

Browse through various club documents (such as committee meetings/AGM minutes, club policies, and more). This is a members-only page.

If you are interested in buying some club-branded sportswear, please check out our club shop.

We are very lucky at CLTC to have excellent support from local partners who support our events and tournaments  - find out who here.

Also, if you want to know who won our tournaments in previous years then check out the Roll of Honour.

Charity Partners

Finally, the club's 2021/22 and 2022/23 nominated charity was the local children's mental health charity, Visyon. In total, we were able to raise £585.50 for them. Thanks to all members who contributed. 

The nominated charity partner for 2023/24 will be Ruby's Fund.

Founder of this popular local charity Alison Parr told me this ; 

"When I had my daughter Ruby in 2007, I discovered she had a rare and incurable condition affecting her development and health; to the extent that she would always require round-the-clock care. It quickly became clear to me there was a lack of appropriate support services available locally for families of children with special educational needs and disabilities. I felt very passionately that a proactive, early intervention service was required for families like mine, to help prevent them from reaching crisis point.

Driven by this vision of what was needed, I set up Ruby’s Fund in 2008 and, following a huge community fundraising campaign, we became a registered charity.

In 2014 the vision became reality when we opened the doors to our fully inclusive sensory play centre and community café in Congleton. Since then, Ruby’s Fund has grown; providing a wealth of services and support both at our centre and across Cheshire East with our outreach programme and mobile sensory centre. We’ve always been affectionately known as Ruby’s by the families we support, so that’s what we now call ourselves.

Today our busy centre has a sensory room, community café, soft play, sensory garden, Siblings room, games room, therapy room and offices. We support children and families from all over Cheshire East."

We look forward to working with them to raise much-needed funds throughout the season. 

If you want to visit them at Meridian House, Roe St, Congleton CW12 1PG, quote "Tennis Club 10" to get a 10% discount on all purchases made from the cafe.

As well as supporting Ruby's Fund, we are also supporting the Storehouse foodbank, which is a free foodbank operated by New Life Church from their Danesford Community Centre in Congleton for emergency or extreme hardship situations. Collection boxes are situated upstairs in the CLTC clubhouse for any donations.