A thriving village-based tennis facility that welcomes players of all ages and levels.

With 3 well-maintained asphalt hard courts, each with floodlights and an excellent adjoining clubhouse, BTC is a popular club with over 100 members drawn from the surrounding, beautiful Kent towns, cities and countryside villages. In close proximity to Canterbury and with easy access to the major roads, we encourage players of all ages and abilities to join us from far and wide.

Regular Sessions

We have fun club play open to all adult members from 6pm to 9pm (or later) on Wednesday evenings and from 9am to 12 noon on Sundays. There is also a Ladies morning from 9am to 11am on Tuesdays as well as a Men’s practice evening starting at 6pm on Mondays for those members of a standard to play in the teams.

These sessions are normally single set doubles before changing partners for the next game and are a great way to meet fellow members.  So, if you’re interested in joining the club why not come along and give it a try?

We play throughout the year, weather permitting. For information about other sessions and club coaching, please visit our court schedule page.

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Recent Updates


This question and many other obscure and varied questions formed part of the Red Lions’s Quiz night in aid of Pilgrim’s Hospice. The event took place over the Christmas holidays and the pub was filled to the gunnels with participants eager to flex their intellectual muscles. Bridge Tennis Club’s team (named ‘a Bridge too far’ […]

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The period tennis tournament returns! After a highly enjoyable afternoon last year, we will be running a another event along similar lines and hope to see you there.   The date – 10th December. The time  –  2pm to 5pm. The era – 1980’s. The food – afternoon tea/coffee and 80’s style snacks. The dress code – 80’s sportswear […]

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Bridge Tennis Club had a good summer in the above leagues. The mixed double ‘A’ team managed to win the division 2 title with just a single loss in their campaign. The men’s team in their division 3 campaign managed to go one better and not only won the division but did so by winning […]

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