They did it again...
It was another great week for Tennis for free Poole Park (Bournemouth)
as they secured top spot for a second week running with 57 attendees exactly the same as the week before. Just a few more needed next week to take them over 60.
We are delighted that this week 16 sites welcomed more visitors than the previous week. Congratulations to Ashton Park (Manchester), Beacon Park (Lichfield), Birkenhead Park (Wirral), Bourneville Park (Birmingham), Brunswick Park (Wednesbury), Cowick Barton (Exeter), Elthorne Park (Tennis at Cattawau), Gosforth Central Park (Newcastle), Hednesford Park (Chesyln Hay Tennis Club), Joseph Hood (Merton), Lampton Park (Tennis at Cattaway), Manor Park (Aldershot), Milltown Tennis Courts (Warrenpoint), Priory Park (Gerogians Club), Seafield Gardens (Bournemouth) and Victoria Park (Leicester).
In addition, a special congratulations must go to this weeks biggest mover Knyveton Park (Bournemouth) who saw a 58% increase in attendance this week. Well done to the team at Knyveton Park.
This weeks top 10....
This week we saw a few new faces in the top 10 with Seafield Gardens (Bournemouth) and Pype Hayes Park (Sutton Coldfield Tennis Club) both making the top 10 this week.
Poole Park (Bournemouth)
Manor Park (Aldershot)
Mere Green Community Centre (Sutton Coldfield)
Saint Marys Park (Prestwich)
Hednesford Park (Cheslyn Hay Tennis Club)
Milltown Tennis Courts (Warrenpoint, NI)
Priory Park (Georgians Club)
Joseph Hood (Merton)
Seafield Gardens (Bournemouth)
Pype Hayes Park (Sutton Coldfield Tennis Club)
Finally, we welcomed a fantastic 236
brand new attendees this week, and 1126
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