Welcome to Queens Park Community Tennis Club - the home of community tennis in Glasgow Here at Queen’s Park we're all about the tennis. We offer a full programme for adults and juniors so whether you have never played tennis before, haven’t played for a long time, or indeed you play regularly and want to compete or improve your technique we can help.
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Charity Glasgow Life is delighted to announce the reopening of Queens Park Tennis and Bowls on Thursday 18 June. Bookings MUST be made in advance and can be made from Monday 15 June. Please do not just turn up. We urge players to be considerate at this time and only book one slot per week to allow everyone a chance to play.
Queens Park Community Tennis Club, Glasgow, United Kingdom. 494 likes · 46 were here. We offer a full programme of tennis for players of all ages and abilities including Cardio Tennis and Tennis...
Charity Glasgow Life is delighted to announce the return of our junior and adult participation programmes at Scotstoun Community Indoor Tennis Centre and Gorbals Community Indoor Tennis Centre. Please click on the links below for more information on classes, costs and booking information. Our parks tennis venues remain open at Kelvingrove, Knightswood, Queen’s Park and Drumchapel Park.
The pitch and putt course is located at the rear of the tennis courts. To enable us to safely open the course, we have introduced online booking, Advance booking is required for use of the pitch and putt course. To pay and play, please sign up to our free package. You will then able to book a game of Pitch & Putt up to 2 days in advance.
Pay & Play: Tennis. To book a Tennis court, please register for a free Adult or Concession pay & play package. You will then able to book a court online up to 1 day in advance. A pay and play package allows you to book 3 x 1 hour games within a rolling seven day period. Register for a free pay & play package online now. Annual membership: Tennis
Queen's Park (60 hectares/148 acres) is a beautiful Paxton creation which offers something for everyone, from manicured lawns and bedding areas for the gardening enthusiast to peaceful naturalised...
Victorian Glasgow took the provision of open spaces extremely seriously, with the result that parks such as Queen's Park sprang up across the city. It is surrounded by several residential city districts, mostly consisting primarily of tenements, namely Battlefield, Crosshill, Crossmyloof, Govanhill, Langside, Shawlands and Strathbungo .
Welcome to the website of Queen’s Park Bowling Club! For over 150 years we have been an important part of Glasgow’s Southside community, providing both excellent facilities for sport and a relaxing social space for members. We have a large and active membership and have regular matches between members and also against other clubs.