Family Time at Dunfermline Tennis Club

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Disability Sport Fife considers Dunfermline Tennis Club a key partner in the development of tennis for players with different impairments. Dunfermline Tennis Club Head Coach Alan Russell has always been proactive in the promotion and provision of opportunities for players with a physical, sensory or learning disability. The recent DSF Academy tennis programme attracted 61 pupils from Woodmill HS and Balwearie HS to tennis coaching sessions during the summer term. This was followed up by sessions being offered during July and August at Dunfermline Tennis Club.

Following on from those successful tennis sessions in July and August, Disability Sport Fife in partnership with Dunfermline Tennis Club is offering a ‘Family Time’ tennis coaching and games session for participants with a physical, sensory or learning disability. Each player will practice and play games with an adult family member.  Dunfermline Tennis Club coaches will be in attendance to support and coach all learners.

The session will run on Sunday 18th September, 2pm – 3pm. The cost will be £3 per pair.

To book a place, please email

Richard Brickley MBE
President Disability Sport Fife