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Roydon nursery school hosts tots tennis session

10:38 29 March 2012

The Swan Nursery School in Roydon has hosted a Tots Tennis session for it

The Swan Nursery School in Roydon has hosted a Tots Tennis session for it's budding Wimbledon stars.

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The Swan Nursery School in Roydon hosted a Tots Tennis session for it’s budding Wimbledon stars.

Hosted by Emily Wharton, the head coach from Wortham Tennis Club, the children had a ‘smashing’ time trying out their racket skills while playing a variety of introductory tennis games.

Michelle Bowgen who runs the Swan Nursery is a tennis player herself and was keen to bring something different to the children’s outdoor playtime.

She said: “I knew the children would love playing some activity games with tennis balls and rackets and Emily was brilliant at making the morning great fun for everyone”

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