Following a total refurbishment of the courts in 2017, made possible through funding from the Holywood Trust and the LTA, the club now has around 160 people of all ages playing on a regular basis.
Club chair Theresa Woodman said: “It has been an absolutely brilliant year and we are so proud of what the club and the players have achieved. I want to say a huge thank you to all of the committee members and volunteers who have contributed to making it work.
“It’s brilliant to see how our members, both the young and the more mature, are improving their game while also having a lot of fun.”
The club is proud to be able to offer a wide range of classes and programmes which are all led by club coach Mark Sindall.
Mark added: “We have players as young as three-years-old and some are in their 80s. The club are proud to serve the whole community with many players competing regionally and doing extremely well.
“It’s not all about competition though, we have many classes that are more about just getting out for some fresh air, physical activity and a bit of socialising.”
Theresa added “We are very proud of what the club and our members have achieved in the time we’ve been up and running and we have to thank our competition officer Colin Grieve for his continued commitment to making sure it all happens.”