Headstone Tennis Club is a member’s run club with an elected Committee. The running of Headstone Tennis Club is dependent on the hard work and efforts of its members.
The Committee meet regularly and currently comprises of 12 Committee members who play a valuable role in the running of Headstone Tennis Club. Your Committee members are here to serve you!
The Committee focus remains on continually improving to provide a better tennis club.
The Committee welcomes new members, feedback / suggestions and support from members in running the club.
The Committee operates a number of Sub-Committees to assist with organising and maintenance various aspects of the club:
- Match and Tournament
- Website and Social Media
Members are encouraged to support any of the sub-committees with any support and ideas they can provide in an intermittent manner without needing to join the Committee.
The Committee is elected annually at the Annual General Meeting:
Special thanks to:
- Malcolm Ginger who has been a committee member for 50 years. He stood for election in 1969 as a young intermediate player and since then has been Bar Chair, Treasurer and Ground Secretary. He has played a major part in the Clubs progress and in its financial stability.
- Our outgoing Secretary Julia Ginger who has been a committee member for over 50 years. Julia’s long service to the Club and tennis has been recognised by the LTA who have awarded her the Middlesex President’s award. We are delighted that she will be continuing as a Committee Member.
|All members should be aware of their safeguarding responsibilities, know how to report concerns and who to report to. Any concerns should be reported to our Welfare Officer, Jasjit Bhandari, her details are on the notice board at the club. She has kindly volunteered to take on this role and has already attended the necessary courses and has her DBS certificate. Susan Baldwin will act as her deputy. The form for reporting a concern is now online and can be found here.