Court Safety Advice31 January 2019
USE OF THE COURTS IN VERY COLD WEATHER
There is no reason why the carpet courts cannot be used in very cold weather.
However we would like to remind all our members that on no account should they try to improve the condition of the courts by using salt – this will damage the courts. It is not possible for the groundsman to do anything about frost or ice on the courts – he must wait for the temperatures to rise before working on them.
For this reason we must advise all our members to take extreme care in frosty and icy conditions and to remind them that at all times they play at their own risk.
Lytham Tennis Club Committee
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