Members wishing to play in the evening are reminded that booking slots from 18:45 will require lights. For the coming week, tokens at £6 each (45 minutes play) will be available from: Clair Miller (tel: 07732 300893) Guy Ellice-Clark (07906 604904) The money should be transferred to the club bank account.
The current covid levels in Wirral are 235 per 100,000 population. Liverpool is even higher at 552 per 100,000. The UK average is 62 per 100,000. The number of new cases locally has increased by 50% in a week. 502 new cases were recorded the week before last and this increased up to 761 last
The court schedule has been redefined with a booking slot time of 45 minutes. You are once again able to book up to 7 days ahead. All coaching commitments have been entered up to half-term and group bookings have been recreated. Wednesday before 9am has been excluded so that the groundsman can clear the courts
Once the change to 45 minute booking slots is “live” on Sunday, Hoylake will be up and running for floodlit tennis on courts 3, 4 & 5. The lights are operated by token. A token costs £6 and provides 45 minutes play. The slots for each court are in the grey cabinet in front of
PLEASE, please, please do not dispose of chewing gum on the ground! The gardener has recently had to deal with this problem around the courts and it’s not easy to remove. ‘Hand-to-surface’ contact is one way in which Covid-19 can spread: please take all rubbish home with you to avoid others having to handle it.
We are planning to reduce the booking slot at HLTC from one hour to 45 minutes from Monday 5th October. We have taken advice from Clubspark and will proceed as follows. Members will be unable to book courts for the week commencing 5th October until the evening of Sunday 4th October when the new schedules
Wirral, along with other areas of Merseyside is now on the Government coronavirus ‘watchlist’ because of spiralling infection rates across the borough (Liverpool Echo, 11th Sept). Following the recent spike in cases and Government and Council advice, the Committee have decided to temporarily close the bar from Monday 14th September. The situation will be closely
The open letter below from the leader of Wirral Council, Pat Hackett, clearly outlines the current situation in Wirral and lists the Government restrictions for socialising that are now in place. Organised tennis sessions can continue but the revised restrictions will affect what we can do socially at HLTC. Dear resident I am asking for
Last Tuesday HLTC took on Neston in the semi-final of the Wirral Tankard. It was a monumental effort by everyone involved. News came through that two wins out of three at Neston for Hoylake meant we needed just two out of four on our home courts to advance to the final. An hour on and