Late club stalwart remembered as Chatteris St Peter’s Tennis Club opens new clubhouse

16:09 01 May 2014

Chatteris St Peter

Chatteris St Peter's Tennis Club celebrated the opening of its new clubhouse with a social day.

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A tennis club celebrated the opening of its new clubhouse with an action packed social day on Sunday.

Coaching sessions were held in the morning at Chatteris St Peter’s Tennis Club, with presentations and a barbecue in the afternoon.

A memorial bench was presented by Yvonne Finch, wife of former chairman Laurie Finch who died last year.

For more information on joining the club, call Shona on 01354 655363

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