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Albury Outdoor Sports Centre will re-open for the new season on Saturday 14th April between 1pm-5pm.
Come along and enjoy tennis on our new courts, lawn bowls or putting on our 18 hole course.
Pay & Play on the day or take out an annual membership which offer tremendous value for money.
The Nestla summer doubles league restarts April 17th and Albury will have two men’s teams and a reformed ladies team. We always welcome new players so if you’re keen and looking to play more competitive tennis or just play more social doubles during our practices, do get in touch. firstname.lastname@example.org
Hilary & Sandi are pictured with the new ladies who will be playing for Albury ladies.
Date: 21st February
Venue: Albury Outdoor Sports Centre
Sunday 17th Dec, 5pm. Albury Outdoor Sports Centre, Albury Road, Ferryhill, Aberdeen.
Wrap up warmly and come along for a good old festive sing song and a bite to eat.
Free entry. Everyone welcome.
The Albury Outdoor Sports Centre Management Committee is delighted to announce that the tennis courts are currently undergoing resurfacing work. The courts will be unavailable to use for several weeks (depending on the weather) but it’s hoped to have them back in action soon. In order to provide courts that meet the recommendations of the Lawn Tennis Association, the number of courts will drop from five to four. This will give a greater run-off space around each court. Initially, the courts will be marked in white but the final court colours will be applied in the Spring when conditions are suitable. Players can now look forward to playing on a vastly improved surface and it’s hoped that the numbers of people using the courts will increase.
In conjunction with Sport Aberdeen, a Tennis Development Plan is being developed which will offer new opportunities for people of all ages to begin or improve their game. Details to follow in due course.
Sport Aberdeen, in partnership with Tennis Scotland, have an exciting new role as a Community Tennis Coordinator. We are looking for a dynamic individual to develop and deliver tennis programmes at community tennis venues across the city, and also work with Sport Aberdeen and Tennis Scotland on exciting projects designed to get more playing tennis in Aberdeen. This a great opportunity to be part of a very exciting time for tennis in Scotland.
Interested! All the information you need to know can be found here – http://www.sportaberdeen.co.uk/about-us/opportunities/current-vacancies/
Keep Scotland Beautiful is inviting you to vote for your favourite Scottish Green Flag Award park as part of a UK-wide competition.
Winners of the public vote could feature in the top 10 UK parks for 2017 and be named as Scotland’s number one park as voted by the public.
We would be grateful if you could take a few minutes to vote for your favourite Aberdeen Park (Duthie Park). Aberdeen has 4 Parks for you to choose from – Hazlehead, Seaton, Johnston Gardens and DUTHIE PARK.
Please click on the link below, which will take you to the website –
Much appreciated and hope to see you around the Park and there is still time to be involved with our Artist in Residence Project in the making of a glass mosaic, which will be hung in the David Welch Winter Gardens. Shelagh Swanson, a local artist, is located in the Education Glasgow within the Winter Gardens and will be on location from 19th Sept, where you can create a glass tile for the Mosaic or help with the making of the mosaic.
1/2 price membership is now available – valid until April 2018.
Buy online or in person during opening hours at Albury Outdoor Sports Centre, Albury Road, Aberdeen.
Tremendous value for money. Family (£44), Adult (£28.50), Concession (£13)