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Closed 13/06/2019

raised of £12,500 target by 21 supporters

    Weʼve raised £1,176 to Help build Cold Ash Tennis Club's first tennis pavilion and toilets for over 300 members, of which 125 are juniors.

    Cold Ash
    Funded on Thursday, 13th June 2019

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    Cold Ash Tennis Club was founded in 1948, we have 300 members including 125 juniors. however we have never had our own tennis Pavilion or toilets. This fund raising is for a New Timber Pavilion 7 metres by 4 metres incorporating a clubroom with kitchen and a separate toilet.

    The total cost of the project is £35500. We have raised £23000 from our own resources and need a further £12500 to go ahead with the project.

    Cold Ash Tennis Club is a vibrant part village life in Cold Ash. The club does everything that it can to encourage players of all ages giving primary school children free membership, and the local St. Marks primary school free access to the courts to encourage that next generation. A club house will provide the much needed support to help all members develop skills by enabling more court time for all by providing better facilities, and a safe place for members and visiting other West Berkshire LTA village teams to watch in celebration of the game!

    We ask all club members to donate as much as they can afford, but certainly those members that play at the club once, twice, or even three times a week at the club or through the club at other affiliated courts, to really think about their love for tennis and the return on investment for you and your family that a club house will bring to Cold Ash Tennis Club. If you have any questions please contact a Committee member on the club website link above. Thank you!



    • Gary Fox1 year ago
      Gary Fox

      Gary Fox

      1 year ago

      Hi everyone. This Just Giving Page is now closed, however you can still make a contribution to the pavilion build by making a donation either directly to the tennis club by making a payment to our club treasurer ( details on our website under membership), or by making a donation to the Good Exchange which is match funded by the Greenham Trust. Thank you so much for your donations! CATC Committee

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    • Gary Fox1 year ago
      Gary Fox

      Gary Fox

      1 year ago

      Just 3 donations in 2 weeks received. Thank you those who donated. We still have a long way to go. Check out the Pavilion Fund link on the Cold Ash Tennis club website for upcoming events. Thank you. CATC

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    1 year ago

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    Page last updated on: 6/14/2019 12.03



    • Caroline and Mark Davies

      Caroline and Mark Davies

      May 31, 2019

      Looking forward to the new pavilion!


    • Adam Dowdney

      Adam Dowdney

      May 30, 2019

      Well done on the fundraising, sorry it has taken me so long to contribute Best wishes, Adam



      Apr 22, 2019


    • Anonymous


      Apr 22, 2019

      Looking forward to using the facilities

    • Sharman Oldham

      Sharman Oldham

      Apr 20, 2019

      Good luck with your fundraising!


    • Jane Souter

      Jane Souter

      Apr 15, 2019

      Look forward to seeing the new pavilion up and running.


    • Kevin Billings

      Kevin Billings

      Apr 14, 2019

      Looks terrific! - pleased to support.


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