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The Mayor of St Helens visits Rainford Tennis Club

(April 30, 2013)

The Mayor of St Helens Councillor Geoff Almond visited Rainford Tennis Club today to see the new tennis courts being built at the Jubilee Recreation Ground.

The Mayor is pictured (right) meeting representatives of Rainford Tennis Club, project managers Trident Building Consultancy and the contractors, Doe Sports, who updated on the progress of the building of the new tennis courts in Rainford, which will be completed in June.

     Mayor of St Helens visits Rainford Tennis Club 

The three new porous macadam courts are being built, with funding from the LTA and Sport England’s Inspired Facilities, to help Rainford Tennis Club achieve its aims of getting as many people as possible from the local community and surrounding areas to play the sport of tennis.

“We are delighted to welcome The Worshipful the Mayor of St Helens, Canon Councillor Geoff Almond to Rainford Tennis Club today” said Club Chairperson, Helen Bligh.


“We are very excited about the new tennis courts being ready in June and for more people from the village to start playing tennis. We would like to thank all our partners, including Sport England, LTA and St Helens Council, who have supported us so far on this exciting journey for tennis Rainford.”

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