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Membership of Clarkston Bowling & Tennis Club

Through our range of membership packages we offer top class sports facilities, coaching, competitions and social events to individuals and families. We’ve developed a range of membership packages suited to our members’ needs, making sure you can enjoy the club on your terms, most cost effectively. Membership runs from 1st April to 31st March.

For our new Bowling season, beginning on April 1st 2023, we are offering all new members 50% off the cost of our Bowling packages, that’s 50% off the cost of the Bowling packages listed below. Please note that the 10% Family discount, offered in previous years for 3 family members, is not applicable with this offer.

We also offer social membership to those wishing to enjoy the facilities.

For further information please contact us using this form.

Our 2023/24 membership packages:


Tennis Guidelines

General Play

Please always respect other members playing and ensure the safety of both yourself and other members. This includes ensuring play has stopped before crossing tennis courts, and while doing so keeping close to the fence.

Specific Situations

Please always respect other members playing and ensure the safety of both yourself and other members. This includes ensuring play has stopped before crossing tennis courts, and while doing so keeping close to the fence.

Club Championships

We normally run an annual club championship for all members at all age groups and standards, starting in May and ending with our finals day on the first Sunday of September. This is a hugely popular tournament so in order to ensure the smooth running of the competition, all participants are normally asked to adhere to the following guidelines:

See club noticeboards for more information and entry forms. Finals Day 2020 took place on Saturday 7th November and here is the report that was discussed at the ABM on 11th November.

Team Participation

We have many Ladies and Gents teams participating in West of Scotland Leagues throughout the year, competing at every level, from intermediate to national.

If you are interested in representing the club in any of our teams then contact:

Ladies Manager – n/a

Gents Manager – Errol Hornstein

Junior Manager – Keir Aitken

Mini Manager – Carol Milne

Tennis Section Rules

All members and their guests must play within the rules and respect these guidelines drawn up by the Tennis Committee:

Code of Conduct

We are fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of all our members and visitors. We believe that it is important that members, visitors, coaches, administrators and parents/guardians associated with the Club should, at all times, show respect and understanding for the safety and welfare of others. Therefore, members are encouraged to always be open and to share any concerns or complaints that they may have about any aspect of the club with any member of the Tennis Committee.

To ensure that members and visitors can experience a safe, welcoming and friendly environment, the following standards and behaviour guidelines that are expected of everyone associated with the Club and should be followed at all times by anyone using the Club’s facilities.

Respect and Behaviour
All members and officials must show tolerance, courtesy, good manners, fairness, honesty, respect and integrity in their dealings with other members, coaches, parents/guardians, playing and social visitors. Members must respect officials and accept their decisions.

The Club is opposed to discrimination in any form. All members have a responsibility to make everyone feel welcome and to ensure that membership of the Club is a positive experience. Members are entitled to be treated with respect and to feel safe whilst at the Club, and should therefore report any inappropriate behaviour or concerns to the Welfare Officer, or if they are not available to the Tennis Captain.

Safety and Responsibility
Members must behave responsibly and look to protect and ensure the safety of everyone at the Club at all times and particularly to consider the wellbeing and care of Mini/Junior members and visitors. All equipment and Club property should be treated with respect.

Fair Play
Members must respect the rules of tennis, play fairly and honestly, and address disputes with dignity and appropriate language. Be a fair winner and good loser!

Club Reputation
All members should endeavour to protect and further the Club’s good reputation at all times. Representing the Club at matches or at tournaments is a privilege; any member so entrusted is an ambassador for the Club and their behaviour must always be beyond reproach.

There are additional Codes of Conduct specific to Minis/Juniors, Parents/Guardians, Coaches and the Tennis Committee.


At Clarkston we aim to provide a safe and inclusive environment for everyone to enjoy playing tennis. We acknowledge the duty of care to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and adults at risk and are committed to ensuring safeguarding practice reflects statutory responsibilities, government guidance and complies with best practice and LTA requirements. We have a Welfare Officer, Sandra Leitch, who is the first point of contact if there are any concerns.

The following safeguarding policies, procedures and codes of conduct are in place.

Relevant forms:

Club Committees

The bowling and tennis and committees work on your behalf to ensure that all members can enjoy their experience at Clarkston, in a fair and thriving club environment.

BOWLING (women)