Inclusive Tennis (Halton, Aylesbury)

Halton Tennis Centre runs an Inclusive Tennis Programme for people in wheelchairs, visual impairment, have a learning disability, a hearing impairment or have Down's Syndrome.  

There are sessions throughout the week and all the equipment is provided free of charge - for details please see our website.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Tom Mayer
Contact Position
Head of Inclusive Tennis
Halton Tennis Club
Parent Organisation
Everyball Enabled Tennis at Halton Tennis Centre (Aylesbury)

Where to go

Halton Tennis Centre
Chestnut End
Chestnut Avenue
HP22 5PD
Venue Notes

Train: Wendover, Aylesbury or Tring

Bus: 50, Aylesbury - Wendover - Halton Camp; Halton Camp stop

Parking: ample free parking on site

Geographic Area Covered
Chilterns and National

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Sessions throughout the week
Time of day
Session Information
See website for details

Other Details

Cost Description

£5 to £10 a session

Age Ranges
All ages
Accessible Website
Car Parking
Wheelchair Accessible Entrance
Changing Facilities
Accessible Toilet Facilities

Local Offer


To give any one of any ability, the opportunity to play and enjoy tennis.

Contact Name
Steven James
Contact Telephone
Contact Email
Local Offer Links
Halton Inclusive Tennis web pages
Local Offer Age Bands
16 to 18
12 to 15
25 plus
19 to 25
8 to 11
5 to 7
Needs Level
All needs met
SEN Provision Type
Targeted service or Specialist service (Referral required)

General Local Offer Response

What needs does your service or activity aim to meet for children and young people with SEND and their families?

Our aim is to inspire people with disabilities to play tennis, whatever their ability or background and to provide opportunities for all and credible pathways for the most talented.

What outcomes does your service or activity aim to achieve for children and young people with SEND and their families?

Tennis, like all sports, provides more than just an opportunity to play. It can help to improve mobility, co-ordination, fitness and provides interaction with others both on and off the court.

How can children & young people with SEND and their families start to use your service or activity?

Contact us to discuss the most appropriate activity, session, or class.

How is your service or activity fully accessible to children, young people with SEND and their families for example, facilities, support from staff?

Halton Tennis Centre’s facilities are accessible to wheelchair users, with indoor courts, toilets, showers and access via a ramp to the Pavilion Café & Bar. We also provide wheelchairs designed for tennis and have a full range of equipment, including rackets and balls, specifically designed for people with a visual impairment.

How do you communicate with children, young people with SEND and their families?

However is best for each. Mostly by email and telephone.

What training have your staff and/or volunteers received to support children and young people with SEND and their families?

LTA-qualified tennis coaches.

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