Epperstone Sports and Leisure Club
The club aims to provide a sports and social environment which encourages both adult and junior sport participation with opportunities for coaching and competitive activities.
It is an LTA affiliated tennis club with two grass artificial tennis courts which convert easily into a large 5-a-side football pitch - ideal for training and matches.
The courts have a floodlighting system which enables sports activities 365 days a year.
Whatever your level,you are welcome... come along and join in.
For further information visit our website.
For our June meeting we had a change of venue and met in Gill Fox’s garden and what a delightful setting it was. The weather was kind to us and although we all came prepared with cardigans and raincoats, we only needed our sunglasses.
After quickly going through the agenda and conducting any business, we spent a couple of hours wandering around the garden with a glass or two of prosecco or pimms (or both!). Jill has only lived in Epperstone for a few years but it is obvious that she has spent much of that time in designing and planting up her garden with lots of colourful and interesting plants.
Margaret Robinson had hidden a number of objects throughout the garden which made us take an even closer look. It’s amazing how a knitted tea cosy, dolls house furniture and everyday objects could be so hard to find, even when they were in full view, and nobody spotted the artificial lilly of the valley or daffodils - even though we all know they are out of season now.
Everyone agreed that it had been a lovely evening spent with WI friends in our lovely village. Thank you to Gill for hosting us.
Our next meeting will be on 10th July, meeting at 7.30pm in the Village Hall for what promises to be an interesting talk on Colour Analysis - visitors are very welcome.AL
Monday afternoon from 2-4pm in the Village Hall.
Everyone is welcome, whatever your craft, just turn up . Bring your own handiwork to work on while you chat and enjoy a cup of tea and a biscuit.
The charge is £1.50 to cover the cost of the hall.