Brymbo Tennis Club is a club with a long tradition. We love it when our teams win, but we're just as enthusiastic about our groups that simply meet for fun. We're always happy to welcome new members who are interested in joining in with club activities, helping us organise events or simply being part of our community. All standards of players are welcome, whether you want to play for a team or just for fun.
Committee Members can be contacted through the Club, please pop along any Tuesday evening during summer (weather permitting of course) and someone will be there to give you helpful information!
If you would like to arrange a specific time to meet a Committee member to discuss membership or have a look at our facilities please use the form on our Contact page.
The steelworks was at the heart of the local community and the fortunes of the two were closely linked. As a non-conformist and Victorian industrialist, William Darby took an interest in the welfare of his workforce. He established the Brymbo Institute and Reading Room. However, it was not as successful as he hoped, as few steelworkers were teetotallers (the Darbys were great supporters of the temperance movement and so banned the sale of alcohol from their premises and land - teetotallers do not drink alcohol).
The steelworkers later took over the Institute and managed it themselves. The Institute supported cricket, rifle, tennis and bowls clubs, financed the silver band and supplied newspapers and magazines for the Reading Room. (Taken from www.wrexham.gov.uk)
Brymbo Sports & Social Complex was previously owned and operated by Brymbo Steel Works, a company within the United Engineering Steel Group. When the works closed in 1990 a new company, Brymbo Sports & Social Complex, was registered as one by guarantee.
Brymbo Tennis Club
Brymbo Sports & Social Complex
Call us on: 01978758859 between 7pm and 9pm
or email us using the online form on our Contact page