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Dome Up Day 2017

Scheduled for Saturday 14th October – from 9am onwards

We need as many strong men (and women) as possible in order to make this work.

We all like to play in the dry during the winter months, so please come along and help to put the dome up.

If you are willing and able to offer your help, please get in touch with either Ian Murray or Dave Gullick.

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Tennis Wales is pleased to join the NSPCC to promote

Parents in Sport Week 2017

 Parents are key to a child’s life-long involvement in sport
The NSPCC and Tennis Wales have joined forces with more than 100 sports organisations in the UK and Ireland to promote Parents in Sport Week. We want our sports clubs to rally behind our efforts from October 2nd – 8th to underscore the positive, supporting role that parents play.
Dr Camilla Knight of Swansea University who studies parental involvement in sport says, “Parents play a critical role within youth sport. Without their support and involvement youth sport could not exist in the way it does today”.
However we all know of ‘over-involved’ or ‘pushy’ parents which subsequently can affect a children’s experience. Through Parents in Sport Week, the NSPCC and Tennis Wales are helping to change the conversation and remind everyone of the important and extremely valuable contribution parents make to our sport but only if they are engaged appropriately.
Through Parents in Sport Week, the NSPCC and Tennis Wales hope to highlight the essential role parents have to a child’s enjoyment and success in playing sport.
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