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Membership at Rayleigh

Membership runs from 1st April through to the 31st March each year
New members joining part way through the year will be charged on a weighted pro rata basis.

 

Full Member (18 - 23)

£150

Full membership for adults between the ages of 18 & 23. 
Allows you to use the club facilities anytime, enter club competitions, play in the weekly socials and play for the teams against other clubs.

Full Member (24 & Over)

£285

Full membership for adults over the age of 24. 
Allows you to use the club facilities anytime, enter club competitions, play in the weekly socials and play for the teams against other clubs.

Full Member Couples

£530

Full membership for couples at a slightly reduced rate

Off-Peak Members

£160

Off-Peak membership allows you to play anytime midweek & after 5pm Saturdays and after 1pm Sundays.
Subject to court availability, with full members taking priority.
Not eligible to play in club social tennis, tournaments and matches

Students (18 - 21)

£140 or £80

Students in full time education aged between 18 & 21 can apply for this membership
It is full membership and if you are studying more than 40 miles away, you pay the reduced rate

Provisional

£95

A beginner/improver who has coaching lessons to bring them up to the required standard.
The provisional period lasts for a maximum of 24 months during which time the coach will assess progress and eligibility to become a Full or Off-Peak member.
Provisional members can practice as per off peak times subject to court availability with Full and Off-Peak members taking priority.

Junior Membership

£25 - Preschool
£50 - Juniors (School Years 1 - 6)
£70 - Cadets (School Years 7 - 13)
£110 - Privileged (Coach Discretion)

Junior membership is based on age / school year 
Each category enables the junior to use courts any day of the week at any time.
Privileged membership is for the best juniors at the club allowing them to play in teams and get involved with club competitions and socials. This is Head Coach's discretion as to whether the junior is allowed to become privileged