All club members are welcome. If you are interested in joining you can just show up for one free session to check us out.
Each session is organized on a rota basis by a designated volunteer.
Tue 25 Apr
Organizer: Virginia Tite
Thu 27 Apr
Organizer: Joanna Pasek
We play at the Alexandra Courts in North Oxford.
Lesley, Liz, Mick and Maureen brush and blow their way to a respectable pile
Dagmar is delighted to find out that we offer sweeping opportunities at no extra charge
Terrifying bird of prey - to deter discharges onto the courts from perching pigeons
That's a trophy! Norham Gardens ladies former singles winner hints that we might offer a bigger trophy
Thanks to our new schools coaching membership, our average age been been plumeting.
Norham ladies squad - a carefully selected blend of youth and ... experience
How did we get here? An epic saga of All-England tournaments, arson, Henman and eviction.
For a history of Norham Gardens please click HERE
The Norham Gardens biathlon, cycle rides from many parts of Oxford followed by tennis
Chun and Trevor take charge of the official NGLTC wheelbarrow
The pick of the litterpickers. Lee Brock and Lesley Evans tidy up Alexandra Park for Oxclean
Notice posted - April 07 2017
The City Council is about to start work on dividing the grass area of Alexandra Park in half. One half for grass tennis courts; the other half open for public park use.
We will have six grass courts, which will be fenced off with coded access, as with the hard courts.
Norham Gardens has offered to pay for a table and benches next to the courts for club and public use. There will also be bike racks close to both hard and grass courts.
The main works to the grass courts should be completed by first week of May after which we should be able to start playing.
The open area will have a low fence and hedge between it and the car park, but set in a bit to give more room in the driveway.
Works to fences, benches, etc should be completed by the end of May. The hedge will be planted in the autumn.
This is the culmination of several years of consultation, during which Norham Gardens has worked hard to ensure the survival of grass tennis courts in the park. Committee members have had regular meetings with Council officers - who have been very helpful - to arrive at a solution for that works for everyone.
Ladies A / Mixed practice
10 am to 11 am
Men’s B / Mixed practice
10 am to 12 noon
Club session - 6.00 pm
Men’s A practice - 6.00 pm
Club session - 6.00 pm
Rusty Rackets - 9.30 am to 11.00 am
Primary School Tennis Club - 4.00 to 5.00 pm
Junior coaching - 9 am - 11.30 am