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THE DAN MASKELL TENNIS TRUST CELEBRITY GOLF CHALLENGE
Wednesday 2nd May – Ashridge Golf Club, near Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire
Situated in the Ashridge Estate this picturesque golf club, rated in the top 100 in the UK, is the home for this year's annual fundraising event.
Join Andrew Castle, Barry Cowan, Marcus Buckland on the Golf Course and mingle with President Elaine Paige.
Places are selling out fast - see the Golf Day page for more information
RECREATIONAL WHEELCHAIR TENNIS DOUBLES EVENT
Saturday and Sunday 5/6 May – Oxstalls Tennis Centre, Gloucester
Following a successful pilot event last year aimed at past players, this year's event is expanding to include current recreational players.
Supported by EPC – Peter Norfolk's company, and DMTT, players will be paired up for some fun doubles and can stay at the Cheltenham Chase Hotel where there will be an official dinner on the Saturday night.
CHARITY TENNIS DAY
Thursday 19th July – The Queen's Club, London
Early notice –DMTT will be involved in the Charity Tennis Day at the prestigious Queen's Club in West London – a private members' club best known as the home of the major pre-Wimbledon grass court tournament.
The format for the day is doubles playing in round robin groups plus full hospitality to include lunch and end of play prize-giving reception. Entry fees will be £300 a pair or an individual can enter to play with a celebrity for £300. An entry form will be available soon and places are bound to go quickly so if you are interested in entering either as an individual or as a pair, please register your interest with Gilly@danmaskelltennistrust.org.uk
Part of the day includes a demonstration of wheelchair doubles and the chance to play with wheelchair players.
DMTT TEAM TENNIS COMPETITION FOR WHEELCHAIR PLAYERS
The Tennis Foundation is running this event around the UK which will lead to four teams taking part in the National Finals at Gloucester on the 3rd and 4th November.
The purpose of this competition is to introduce and encourage players new to wheelchair tennis to play in a fun competition within a team environment.
If you are a wheelchair player and want to know if you are eligible and how you can join in this event, even if you are not from a recognised club or Disability Network, please contact Liz Terry at the Tennis Foundation.
Disability Networks and Wheelchair Groups should also contact Liz.