Minutes of 2018 FTC annual general meeting

FISHBOURNE TENNIS CLUB MINUTES OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING HELD ON 18 APRIL 2018 The meeting was held at the Fishbourne Centre, attended by 22 members, and the following Committee Members: David Lord (chair), Bryan Doling(treasurer), Sue Bargery, Kate Gurl (welfare), Sam Hart, Bob Murray (vice-chair), Gareth Price and Ivor Smith (membership); and Alex Bone (Generation…

Newsletter and dates for your diary

Dear Fishbourne Tennis Club member, Welcome to the latest regular email update of the exciting things happening at your tennis club. DATES FOR YOUR DIARY  19 January, Friday: FTC Quiz Night with fish and chips at the Fishbourne Centre, 6.30pm. SOLD OUT 26 January, Friday: Burns Night supper and ceilidh with live band and haggis…

Images from the 2017 AGM

The club’s annual meeting held at the Fishbourne Centre on Wednesday 26 April was well attended by a cross section of members. As well as the chairman’s and treasurer’s reports, there were updates on the provision of extra floodlights, how FTC is doing in the leagues, the coaching programme with Generation Tennis, the club’s busy…

Dear FTC member, you are cordially invited…

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AND LIVE WIMBLEDON TICKET DRAW  Wednesday 26th April 2017 at 7.30 for 8.00pm The Blue Room, Fishbourne Centre (Light refreshments and Bar available) You are cordially invited to join us for the 2017 AGM YOUR chance to have YOUR say about YOUR tennis club Catch up with club activities and plans for 2017…

Here are our lucky Wimbledon winners!

Long-standing FTC member and one of the cub’s most popular and regular players Ivor Smith scooped the big prize in the Wimbledon ticket draw at the club’s AGM on 20 April. Ivor won the right to buy two tickets to Centre Court on 10 July – that’s men’s finals day. A delighted Ivor was present…

FTC Championships dominate debate at AGM

The format of this year’s FTC Championships sparked plenty of interest among members in a packed hall at the Fishbourne Centre for the club’s AGM on May 15. Some welcomed the change that allows doubles partners to enter as pairs (in addition to a draw for partners as usual), others felt it would undermine the friendliness…