The unveiling showed off the hard work of volunteers at the club who have been out in force to transform two patches of grass into an attractive garden area.
A team of five members gave up their free time to dig out and plant up two sloped areas with an array of shrubs and grasses, alongside areas of bordered shingle. They have also installed a new bike rack for members, designed to boost the club’s sustainable ambitions by encouraging players to arrive for sessions on two wheels.
Club chairman, Steve Lemon, said, “Our volunteers have worked really hard to create an attractive garden that will enhance the environment for members, whether they’re playing or relaxing in between games off-court.”
The volunteer team who transformed the space were Duncan Ford of www.rdtwoodlands.co.uk who project managed the scheme along with help from Adrian Yates, Paul Rainer, Simon Robertson-Young and Steve Lemon.