Issue 19 September 2020

Matters

NEW Online Tennis Booking System

New online tennis booking systemFrom 1 October we will be launching a new customer-friendly online booking system for our parks and tennis courts.

We have been working in partnership with the LTA to bring their Clubspark booking system to our Mid Sussex parks tennis courts. Clubspark has already been successfully introduced in other parts of the country and is very simple to use, allowing you to guarantee a court time and pay for your session in advance, cancel your bookings and remove the need to call and speak a member of our Parks Team. After registering once, courts can be booked in a matter of clicks, and there is also an accompanying smartphone app to make the process even quicker.

Our new website will go live on 1 October for all court bookings and will contain step-by-step instructions on how to make bookings.

Until the new online booking system goes live, players should continue to use our current booking system.

If you have any questions please contact bookings@midsussex.gov.uk

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