Tuesday night is junior night at the club and juniors have priority over the courts. The coaches run a junior night tennis programme catering for all juniors, and also run
a junior coaching programme on a Saturday (see below).The key timings on a Tuesday night include:

  • 4pm-4.45pm Mini Red for ages 8 & under, £6
  • 4.50pm-5.35pm Mini Red (8 & under) and Mini Orange for ages 8 & 9 years, £6
  • 5.35pm-6.20pm Mini Green for ages 10 years, £6
  • 6.30pm-7.30pm Yellow Full Ball for ages 11 to 15 years, £6
  • 7.30pm-8.30pm Performance Squad, £6

There are also Junior Coaching squads on a Monday and Friday from 4pm.

Junior Night flyer pdf here

Saturday junior tennis timings are as follows:

  • 08.45am to 09.30am coaching for 4 to 11 year olds
  • 09.30am to 10.00am is the Munchkin clinic for 4 and unders
  • 11.30am to 12.30pm coaching for 11 years and over

In addition to this there are two further Munchkins tennis clinics held on a Monday afternoon (1.30pm and 2pm) for half an hour. Munchkin tennis is for the younger juniors (4 and under).  It is an introduction to tennis and designed to be a fun class for the children and to help develop their hand and eye coordination with a mix of games and tennis related exercises.  Please bring your child’s racket if you have one, if not you can borrow one. For more information on Munchkins’ Tennis, click here.

Munchkin Clinic pdf here

The coaches also organise junior matches against other clubs.

We also have a junior committee who will help the coaches organise junior specific social and fun events during the year.

Events planned include pancake night, Easter egg hunts, junior discos, family BBQs, Halloween party, Christmas party and junior Zumba.

Safeguarding Policy

Vicars Moor Tennis Club is committed to prioritising the well-being of all children and adults at risk, promoting safeguarding in our club at all times, including all programmes and events we run. This Policy strives to minimise risk, deliver a positive tennis experience for everyone and respond appropriately to all safeguarding concerns/disclosures.The full policy can be found here.

The Club Welfare Officer, Tanya Langley, can be contacted on: 07930 340000 tanyalangley@hotmail.com

Safe and Inclusive Code of Conduct

Anyone working at the club, club officials, volunteers, members and others using the club facilities are required to abide by our Code of Conduct.  This is required in order to support the club in providing a welcoming and safe environment for all children and young people and in the implementation of its child protection policy and procedures.

All staff, volunteers and members agree to:

  • Prioritise the well-being of all children and adults at risk at all times
  • Treat all children and adults at risk fairly and with respect
  • Be a positive role model. Act with integrity, even when no one is looking
  • Help to create a safe and inclusive environment both on and off court
  • Not allow any rough or dangerous behaviour, bullying or the use of bad or inappropriate language
  • Report all allegations of abuse or poor practice to the club Welfare Officer
  • Not use any sanctions that humiliate or harm a child or adult at risk
  • Value and celebrate diversity and make all reasonable efforts to meet individual needs
  • Keep clear boundaries between professional and personal life, including on social media
  • Have the relevant consent from parents/carers, children and adults before taking or using photos and videos
  • Refrain from making physical contact with children or adults unless it is necessary as part of an emergency or congratulatory (e.g. handshake/high five)
  • Refrain from smoking and consuming alcohol on court or during coaching sessions
  • Ensure roles and responsibilities are clearly outlined and everyone has the required information and training
  • Avoid being alone with a child or adult at risk unless there are exceptional circumstances
  • Refrain from transporting children or adults at risk, unless this is required as part of a club activity (e.g. away match) and there is another adult in the vehicle
  • Not abuse, neglect, harm or discriminate against anyone; or act in a way that may be interpreted as such
  • Not have a relationship with anyone under 18 for whom they are coaching or responsible for
  • Be acutely aware of the power that coaches and coaching assistants develop over players in the coaching relationship and avoid any intimacy (sexual or otherwise) with players

Doing nothing is not an option; Report any concerns and disclosures as soon as possible, if someone is in immediate danger call the police (999)

The Code of Conduct should be interpreted in a spirit of integrity, transparency and common sense, with the best interests of children and adults at risk as the primary consideration.

Concern Reporting Procedure

Anyone who is concerned about the wellbeing of a child/adult at risk, or has a disclosure of abuse or neglect made to them must complete the LTA’s online concern form which can be found here.

Contact Details

VM Club Welfare Officer:  Tanya Langley – 07930 340000 tanyalangley@hotmail.com

LTA Safe and Inclusive Tennis Team:  020 8487 7000
(Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm)

NSPCC:  080 8800 5000



These will be run at half term, holidays, and the half term.

Juniors’ Easter Tennis Camps – details to follow.

Important Contact Details
Head Coach & Junior Camp Organiser:
Paul Rock
M: 07961 282347
E: rockyafc@hotmail.com
Vicars Moor LTC Child Protection Officer:
Tanya Langley
M: 07930 340000
E: tanyalangley@hotmail.com




Men’s Captain: David Goldfarb

Ladies Captain: Liz Allman

Membership Secretary: Ross Bowden

Head Coach: Paul Rock

Assistant Coach: Roman Ceber

Flyer (same as one on front page titled Vicars Moor open weekend 9 and 10 April)
Just have content open on this page (word doc also attached)

Download Membership forms
Adult form
Junior form

Forthcoming VMLTC Events

We look forward to welcoming everyone back on court from the 29 March 2021


Latest VMLTC News

Latest March / April Monthly News Bulletin. (details here)

New club coaching programme and clinics. (details here)

VMLTC are delighted to announce that the club has recently been awarded Clubmark accreditation by the LTA.