The weather has been nothing short of filthy. So, what a time to begin to plan our Spring and Summer seasons! To achieve the next steps in our Club’s evolution and with the Club beginning to look the part, we are reviewing the sponsorship options. We’re keen to identify the projects that need doing but we don’t necessarily have the spare funs to undertake right away. Like the swimming pool cover for summer use. Keeping that heat in makes sense, right? And sponsoring our tennis courts and renewing all the deals we struck some years ago. We’ll publish details and options soon. If you, or your business has an interest or want to get involved please do get in touch.
Meanwhile many of our events for the coming few weeks have sold out. Including our Mother’s Day Roast Sunday Lunch on the 19th March. We sometimes have last minute availability so please do contact Rebecca if you want to be waitlisted. With that in mind, do mark Sunday April 9th in your diaries for the next Roast Sunday Lunch. It’s an Easter Special! We’ll publish details soon but by all means get in touch with Rebecca if you’d like to reserve a table early.
Please also put Saturday 20th May in your diaries too as we will be holding the Club’s Open Day for the Summer Season that day with a range of events planned for Members and prospective Members alike!
We are still on the lookout for lifeguards for the summer for the pool. If you or anyone you know is qualified and looking for a summer job? Please do get in touch with Kim.
Meanwhile to this week’s news;
Wednesday 12th April
We are planning to hold a heat for the Croquet Association’s Charity One-ball Competition on the Wednesday 12thApril starting at noon. Whilst this is a national competition (and there’s an opportunity to go to a national final if you want), its really a chance to get people together, raise some money for charity and have a fun day. Please click HERE to read more about this fun event!
Saturday 25th March
We are holding our Croquet Season Opening and The Mad Hatters’ Tea Party on Saturday the 25th March from 1:30pm! Our new croquet lawn will be formally opened and there will be a ribbon cutting at 1:30pm. The afternoon will be a celebration of croquet with an Alice in Wonderland theme. The Mad Hatters’ Tea Party will involve flamingos as croquet mallets and hedgehogs as croquet balls. No animals will be hurt in this re-enactment! The new lawn celebration will be fancy dress as any character from the Mad Hatters Tea Party. More info HERE.
We have added a new pilates class on Monday evening! Please check out our updated calendar below. Non-members are always welcome to join in. If you want to get beach ready, you should probably get started now. A beach-ready body doesn’t just happen you know! Click HERE to book your class!
Would you like to be a part of our tennis teams this upcoming season? It’s always good fun to be involved in some competitive sport and yes, matches are often followed by a few drinks at the bar. Please put your name down, sign up sheets are up in the foyer now.
Tot’s Tennis is a fun, play-based introduction to tennis for ages 2.5 to 4. Fun games and stations led by one of our friendly LTA accredited coaches. Using the sheltered environment of our indoor bubble (or ballroom), Mini Tennis Tots is a great introduction to tennis. Parent + child participation. All equipment provided. Join HERE.
Hard to believe but spring is just around the corner and I’m sure many of you would love to improve your game and get into shape for the summer. Please get in touch with our lovely coaches, they are here to help! Contact details below:
Squash & Racketball
Chris Vine – contact: email@example.com or call 07768 067044
Richard Everett – contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07766 611 826
Gym & Personal Training
Katy Calver – contact: email@example.com
If you’re over 55 and interested in getting involved with our walking footballers – please enquire at the office or see our website fore more info HERE.
We have a packed weekend of events including the sold out Bingo and Curry evening and the return of the Frinton Jazz Club for two performances on Sunday. Food wil be available and there may be a few last minute tickets available for the evening gig HERE.
That’s it for now. Have a great week!