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About the Club and Club History



2019 Courts 5 and 6 Grand Opening of the NEW COURTS




2019 Courts 5 and 6 refurbished and resurfaced in Tigerturf Advantage Pro and LED Floodlights Installed on Court 6




2016 Courts 1, 2 and 3 resurfaced In Tigerturf Advantage Pro




2016 Full Refurbishment of the Bowls Pavillion



2014 Court 4 resurfaced with PLAYRIGHT WINNER 15




2013 The bowls green had the edges lifted and a new irrigation system installed



2013 Court 5&6 re painted and repaired


2013 Court 5 had floodlights installed, with a special evening to opening the new courts


2013 Held an exhibition doubles with David Rice, world number 300


2013 Alex Kolesnikow took over as Head Coach of the Junior Section



2012 The whole Clubhouse was refurbished as we were awarded a BIFFA grant


2012 Squash courts refurbished


2011 The Temple Fortune Club was awarded LTA CLUBMARK status


2010 Court 1,2 and 3 had there floodlights modernised

2009 New fencing was installed around the courts

2006 John Perenti, Temple Fortune Club’s full time chef started work

2005 New Macadam courts laid on courts 5 & 6

2004 Ala Tehrani took over as Head Coach of the Junior Section

2000 Under 14 boys won Nation Club championship

1993-1996 James Ward, world number 150 was a member here

1992 Sharon Bitel took over as Head Coach

1990 Tennis court artificial grass courts laid

1980 Tennis court floodlighting planning permission obtained

1976 Mixed changing rooms during building works

1973 Ladies accepted to the bowls section

1972 Squash section full

1970 Toilets shared by both males and females as new dressing rooms are built

1970 Excess land sold to finance squash courts

1962 Fruit machine income exceeds subscription income

1955 First open junior tennis tournament held

1950 Ladies changing rooms receive hot water

1945 Pavilion used as home-guard headquarters during the Second World War

1932 Club Pavilion rebuilt

1922 Temple Fortune Club formed. The costs of almost £6,000 were financed by ex-officers from the first world war