Hurlingham Club, Fulham
The Barrie Wells Trust have very generously given us 2 pairs of tickets for a Teen and a plus one to attend the Aspall Tennis Classic at the prestigious Hurlingham Club in Fulham.
This is the ultimate warm up event to Wimbledon with a number of Tennis Legend's confirmed. You will be sure to see world class tennis in the unparalled beauty of the Hurlingham Club.
There's a picnic package included, so turn up at 1pm and don't eat your lunch before hand!
The seats are in a box at ground level, however there are a couple of steps to access, so they recommend no wheelchair users.
If you're interested in this event, please drop us an email, give us a call or use the "register" button to the right.
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