Haverfordwest Lawn Tennis Club 

Opened in 1935 at The Parade in the centre of the town. The club caters for juniors, seniors and veterans of all abilities. There are active mixed, men’s and ladies’ teams and regular social tennis. The four all weather club courts are available daily and club nights are held every week throughout the year.

Summer Club evenings for Senior and Intermediate Members
Tuesdays and Thursdays starting at 5.00 pm from the first Tuesday in April and continues until mid September.

Adult Coaching

Is organised for club members most Thursday nights throughout the summer. There is the facility for individuals to have separate coaching on a one to one basis and this can be booked direct with Natalie O’Brien. When home on vacation from university Luke Dixon can provide additional coaching.

Winter Adult Club evenings for Senior and Intermediate Members
These take place at the Tasker Milward School Indoor Dome on Tuesday evenings from late September.

Junior Coaching

Coaching is available for all children on Monday evenings from 4.30 pm. Each session runs for one hour and children are required to reserve and pay for their place in advance. There is additional coaching on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
On Sundays, Mark Thomas from the Swansea Tennis Academy provides hourly sessions from 10 am to 5pm for those children wanting to progress more speedily. The club pays special attention to coaching juniors and provides them with many opportunities to play tennis regularly and competitively

The Pembrokeshire Senior and Junior County Tournaments are hosted by our Club during the month of July. Other competitions run throughout the Summer months.

The Club Pavilion, with licenced bar and changing rooms, is shared by courtesy of HaverfordwestBowls Club and senior members have a social membership

The Committee meet once a month to discuss the affairs of the club. We actively encourage new members to the committee and if you have a little time to spare we would love to have some input from you.

The Club achieved  Clubmark Accreditation during 2010 and Peter Drew, Chief Executive of Tennis Wales presented the award to our chairman Peter Lilley, at the clubs 75th Anniversary Dinner in June. Tennis Clubmark provides a framework to help clubs improve themselves, and to ensure their programmes, policies and procedures are all in line with best practice. By achieving club mark, Haverfordwest Lawn Tennis Club are demonstrating our commitment to the LTA blueprint, by improving the quality of the club, the coaches and competition we provide.