Sporting Clubs in UK

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Douglas Valley Paintball01942 231422
We're a family-run outdoor paintballing operator, centrally situated in the NW of England, in Standish, 3 miles N of central Wigan. Because we're near junction 27 of the M6 and junction 6 of the M61, driving to our site on Saturday or Sunday mornings is easy and quick. As a guide, conservatively it takes 20/25 minutes from Bolton or Preston and 30/40 minutes from Manchester or Liverpool.www.douglasvalleypaintball.co.uk
North West EnglandLancashireChorleyPR7 4BW   Wigan Lane, Coppull
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Weston Tennis Club01934 625603
The Club caters for all standards of play. If you enjoy playing competitively we currently have representative teams in both the Avon and North Somerset County Doubles Leagues. We run an internal singles league and organise singles and doubles tournaments at various times through the year. We organise regular Junior tournaments. If you wish to play socially there is a array of daytime, evening and weekend sessions including a ladies only session and junior sessions with our LTA Coach.www.westontennis.net
South West EnglandSomersetWeston-super-MareBS23 1YG   Neva Road
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Portland Snooker Club01228 598 147
The Portland Snooker Club in Carlisle at the middle of Cumbria was was opened on the 17th October 1997 by Ron Wilson and Mary Cavanagh. Since the opening, the Club has gone from strength to strength, becoming the venue for County Snooker, Darts, Pool, Billiards. Opening is from 11 am to 11 pm, 7 days a week. As a member or a guest at the Portland Snooker Club, you will experience the luxury of comfortable, well designed playing areas, whatever your game. There are 15 Snooker tables, 6 English Poolwww.the-portland-snooker-club.co.uk
North West EnglandCumbriaCarlisleCA2   Currock Road
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Haxby Shotokan Karate Club07909991541
Haxby Shotokan Karate Club is a friendly traditional karate club with a proud 30 year history and train on a Monday and Thursday from 7pm 9pm at Wigginton Recreation Hall, The Village, Haxby, York, YO32 2PL. The Club is open to people of all ages and abilities whatever their fitness level. More details can be found at www.haxbykarate.co.uk alternatively phone Ian on 0790 999 1541, email info@haxbykarate.co.uk or pop along to a training session.www.haxbykarate.co.uk
Yorkshire and the HumberNorth YorkshireYorkYO32 2PL   Wigginton Recreation Hall
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Basingstoke Sports & Social Club - Sport Club in Basingstoke01256 331646
But the club is more than just a sports club providing a great array of sports. It is a place to suit and make new friends. We currently have a great bar with a very friendly atmosphere where you can come and enjoy and relax one of our many guest beers. We're C. A. M. R. A & Cask Marque approved) Maybe you'd like to join one of our darts teams, we have a a huge array of social events throughout the year, including live music, quiz nights, race and disco's nights.www.basingstoke-sports-club.co.uk
South East EnglandHampshireBasingstokeRG21 3DR   Fairfields Road
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Deighton Community Sports Arena01484 221799
Kirklees Active Leisure (KAL) is the charitable trust which manages 11 major sports centres and swimming pools on behalf of Kirklees Council. We're run by a Board of Trustees who come from a array of backgrounds and bring a mix of skills to the strategic direction of the Trust. KAL's vision is to get more people, more active, more often. We're committed to increasing the number of people taking part in sport, active recreation and wider physical activity through responding to the requirements ofwww.dewsburysports.co.uk
Yorkshire and the HumberWest YorkshireHuddersfieldHD2 1JP   Deighton Road
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Pontardawe Golf Club01792 863118
Located in the upper Swansea Valley overlooking Pontardawe, Pontardawe Golf Club offers an exceptional location for playing golf. At just over 6101 yards and par 70, the course supplies a nice challenge for all standards of golfers. The course is located on a mountain and is semi-parkland. The course has a few gentle inclines, but these are worthwhile as the golfer is treated to panoramic views. To the North, are the pretty Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountain, to the South, the Swansea Valley,www.pontardawegolfclub.co.uk
WalesSwanseaSwanseaSA8 4SH   Cefn Llan Road
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Chester Swimming Associations01244 320898
The Chester Amateur Swimming Club started in 1894 in a Floating Bath on the River Dee transferring to the newly built City Baths when it opened in September 1901. A Gala on the day of the opening was held and members of the Chester Swimming Club performed an exhibition of ornamental swimming. In the early days the swimming standards improved and the water polo staff became a major attraction to the City, bringing huge crowds of spectators to the league matches. The Club's 1st major honour came whenwww.cityofchesterswimmingclub.co.uk
North West EnglandCheshireChesterCH1 1QP   Union Street
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Supermarine01793 824828
Supermarine Rugby Club's Senior section consists of a first, second & third/Vet XV. We train on a Tuesday and Thursday evening at our ground in Supermarine Road, South Marston. Training begins at 7pm prompt, numbers are always high and players of all abilities are welcome to attend. Our extremely skilled and qualified coaching staff of John Godsell and Sean Millwaters construct a varied training programme that works on player's fitness, speed and core rugby skills in preparation for the weekend fixtures.www.supermarinerugby.co.uk
South West EnglandWiltshireSwindonSN3 4SY  
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Blackburn Golf Club01254 51122
Blackburn Golf Club was established in 1894 when Blackburn was at it's height as a cotton and engineering town. The 18 hole parkland course today, with its outstanding views of the Pennines Hills and Lancashire coast is a far cry from that original course, where sheep and cattle grazed. Over the past 116 years many changes and improvements have been made to the course and the clubhouse, which have made Blackburn Golf Club a place to be proud of.www.blackburngolfclub.com
North West EnglandLancashireBlackburnBB2 7AX   Beardwood Brow
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