Tennis club throws open its doors
Published: 17 Apr 2013 15:30
Visitors will have a chance to try out the courts, meet members for a chat and some informal play, and enjoy a traditional tennis club tea.
The courts are located at the centre of Lewisvale Park, opposite Musselburgh Sports Centre.
There is no need to book in advance but for more information or to check arrangements if weather is uncertain, contact Richard Morley on 0131 653 2042.
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