Drummond has two blaes courts, a clubhouse and a smaller practice court often used for outdoor table tennis

Drummond has two blaes courts, a clubhouse and a smaller practice court often used for outdoor table tennis

About the club

Tucked behind Scotland Street, in the centre of Edinburgh, this friendly club offers a great location, two lovely blaes courts, and a practice court for kids. There is social tennis in the evenings and at weekends; coaching for adults and children; and the opportunity to play for one of the men’s or women’s teams in the East of Scotland leagues.

Come along and have a look – new members are welcome!

Ordnance Survey map from 1933

Ordnance Survey map from 1933

Club structure, rules
and constitution

Drummond Tennis Club is a private sports club run by its members for the benefit of its members, as detailed in the club constitution. It has existed on this site on land leased from Edinburgh city council since the 1930s.

The club is managed by a committee whose members are elected at the annual general meeting (usually in February) and is run entirely by volunteers.

If you have any questions about anything at the club, please feel free to contact any member of the committee and they should be able to help.

The rules are kept to a minimum and are there to keep everyone happy. It would be appreciated if all members could familiarise themselves with both the rules and the club constitution.

Scenes from Drummond Tennis Club in the 1930s

Scenes from Drummond Tennis Club in the 1930s

Members have their own keys to the courts and clubhouse

Members have their own keys to the courts and clubhouse

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