Parks resource library
A library of park resources, templates and best practice to help you find what you need to run your park courts effectively.
For disabled people to be able to play tennis in parks, inclusive and accessible facilities are required. Here's your guide on how to ensure your parks cater to all:
- St Mary's Park: 'Piloting gate access technology: Rejuvenating park courts sustainably to open up tennis in the community'
- Queens Park Tennis Club: 'How a Brighton park venue formed a CIC and created a thriving community tennis hub'
- Leeds Parks Tennis: 'Eliminating barriers: Using ClubSpark and Rally to offer free tennis in city parks'.
- Ashcombe Park: 'Working in partnership with a local authority: Revitalising semi-derelict tennis courts'
- Richmond Upon Thames: 'Park tennis in Richmond Upon Thames'
- Old Town Recreation Ground, Eastbourne: 'A local authority Opening Up Tennis to their local community by outsourcing park tennis operations to a local Community Interest Company'
- Bath and North East Somerset Council: 'Reviving tennis courts in Bath's destination parks: A successful local authority and LTA partnership'