The ‘Stroke Club’ is – as the name suggests – for people who have been affected by a stroke, as well as their friends and partners. It takes place at the club on alternate Thursdays (pictured above) and gives them the opportunity to support and encourage each other over a chat and a drink.
The Neurodiverse family fun session takes place on Saturdays. Families come along for fun games on one of the padel courts, using the sponge balls and other items from the disability kit provided to us by the LTA in 2015. Carolyn runs the session – which attracts up to 30 attendees – with support from Joanne.