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How to get in touch

For all membership and club inquiries, including renewals please call our reception team on 01462 675444 between the hours of 9am - 7pm Monday to Friday and 9am - 3pm at weekends or frontdesk@lstc.org.uk

If you or your child are interested in joining our tennis programme, please visit www.drhsports.co.uk  Our new term begins on Monday 6th September.

If you are unclear after visiting the website on how to book or have a question regarding the courses we run, please email lstccoaching@drhsports.co.uk

We look forward to seeing you all soon.

Kind regards

Mel Loten
General Manager

 

Welcome To Letchworth Sports and Tennis Club (LSTC)

Our History

LSTC is a traditional family club with generations of many families that continue to play today. The Club has a great history with the original outdoor club starting in 1905. Members of the outdoor club assisted in the move to the new indoor and outdoor facility in 2005, some becoming board members and most still active members today. The facilities and surroundings at the club are family friendly with CCTV and entrance/exit at the reception desk to ensure a safe environment for members and enabling children to play freely within the facility.

The club supports various charities and chooses one main charity a year to further support throughout the year. Over the past few years, the club has supported Blood Runners, Child Autism, Cancer Hair Care and this year it's East Anglian Air Ambulance. Regular social events play an important role in integrating members of all ages and backgrounds.  The club continues to be a prominent club within Hertfordshire and the East Region with Mini, junior, adult and veteran teams competing throughout the year in local, county, regional and national team competitions.

Everyone Welcome

LSTC is a member’s club which is also very much open to the public. Every week of the year, various local groups and individuals use the facility including badminton clubs, the Letchworth Arts and Leisure Group (table tennis and mini tennis) ballet, karate, street dance and various local schools for tennis and gym. The club also offers disability tennis and wheelchair tennis within the community programme as well as park tennis and an extensive schools tennis programme visiting primary and secondary schools Monday to Friday.

Facilities Include

  • Three indoor courts under a permanent structure
  • Seven outdoor courts (artificial clay and carpet)
  • One kids zone (encompassing 4 mini red courts)
  • Gym and studio
  • Two squash courts
  • A tennis shop
  • Showers and changing facilities
  • Café & licensed bar
  • Two croquet lawns