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Leisure and Sport

Delta Tennis Centre - LTA National Performance Centre

Picture of Delta Tennis Centre from the outside.The Delta Tennis Centre is a premier indoor facility, lit to a high standard, allowing you to play in comfort, whatever the weather. Delta's facilities include additional outdoor courts giving players the best of both worlds. The Umpire's Chair bar and meeting room provides a welcome oasis for relaxation after the game, or you may choose to use the catering and vending services available.

Facilities Available:

  • Four indoor championship acrylic courts
  • Three recently refurbished outdoor porous macadam courts - 2 floodlit
  • Catering and vending service
  • Umpire's chair meeting room
  • Licensed bar
  • Free car parking
  • Five sports wheelchairs for hire
  • Home of the Swindon Tennis Club
  • Wilson Shop - selling rackets, tennis gear, clothing and shoes

Swim Free 60+ posterFree 60 and Over Swimming

From 1 April 2009 everybody 60 and over will be entitled to swim for free at published public swimming sessions at Swindon Borough Councils’ leisure centres. The scheme is part of a national campaign to promote swimming, general fitness, more active lifestyles and well-being.

For more information see Free 60 and Over Swimming.

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