Charity tennis day cancelled - but �30,000 Jaguar competition still on
A CHARITY tennis day has been cancelled – but a competition to win a Jaguar and other top prizes is still going ahead.
Queenswood School’s charity tennis day - due to feature BBC sports presenter and 2009 Strictly Come Dancing champion Chris Hollins, will not be taking place this Thursday, April 22.
But the Shepherd’s Way school’s family tennis open day will go ahead as planned this Saturday, April 24, featuring a tennis clinic for children, an exhibition match with nationally ranked players and a beat the pro competition.
There will be a raffle with prizes including a day at Wimbledon, free tennis membership at Gosling Leisure Park and a pair of tickets for England against Pakistan at Lord’s Cricket Ground.
And there’s still the chance to win a �30,000 Jaguar X-Type by donating �5 to the Dan Maskell Tennis Trust and the Gosling Community Outreach Fund.
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For more information, call Fiona Murphy on 01707 602671.
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