Thanks for stopping by at the Widmer End Lawn Tennis Club.
A friendly family club on the outskirts of High Wycombe. A wide range of tennis is played from Mini Tennis for the youngsters to Bucks Shield matches for the more experienced.
We have four all-weather courts, two of which are floodlit, together with a mini-tennis court and practice wall.
Have a look around and get to know the club. To give us an idea of who's been visiting us here, you can write in the guestbook.
Our Latest News
LIVING TENNIS TEAM working in partnership with Widmer End Lawn Tennis Club provides coaching all ages, all levels from 4yrs upwards and including high performance coaching. Come and enjoy some top class coaching in a lovely rural setting…………………
Meet our coaches -
Paul Delgado, Martin Lee and Tom Smith of Living Tennis have joined the club as a major part of our coaching team. Things are already looking up with structured courses attracting a lot of interest.
A successful Finals Day took place on Saturday 15th September 2012, see the results by clicking here .
A get together was held this month at the Hit’n Miss to say farewell to one of our very long standing members Ian Fitzpatrick, accompanied by his Wife, Shirley, who are moving to Dorset to be near their family.
Ian was presented with a book of club photos as a memento of his time with us together with Honorary Life Membership of the club in recognition of all his hard work over the 30+ years he has been with us. In addition an engraved mug was presented from which hopefully he will enjoy many relaxing pints sunning himself in his new garden.
Ian has been Chairman, helped with the clubhouse and floodlight developments, supervised the order of play for 12 years at our Ladies Doubles Invitation Annual Event and served as our representative on the Village Hall Committee for many years helping to create a great working relationship between the Club and the Village Hall.
From all your friends here a big “Thank you Ian” for everything you have contributed to the Club and for your company and encouragement over the years. Good luck to you and Shirley, in Dorset and enjoy your grandchildren and your new home.