Sign up for Padel this October half term

2 November 2022

Sign up for Padel this October half term

Autumn half term lands on October 24 this year, and if you haven’t already got a trip arranged, then now is the time to book some of our inclusive Padel4all junior sessions for the period. 


Where to find our padel training centres

We offer different group sessions at our three padel centres in the UK. These are based at Basset Down in Swindon, Garon Park at Southend, and our latest centre, Lockleaze in Bristol. Both our Swindon and Bristol centres have four padel courts, while the Southend centre offers three courts.

If you’re not fortunate enough to live near any of these locations, fear not – Padel4all have more padel centres planned for various venues throughout the UK next year. And one of those may very well be in your locale. So watch this space…


Three different age group sessions

If you’d like to sign up your offspring for the sessions at any of our three current venues, then there are three distinct training age groups to choose from.

Our Padel4all coaches have seen children as young as six enjoying the game. The first of our youth sessions are for six to nine-year-olds, then there is a group for nine to 11-year-olds and, finally, a training session with a mixture of ages.


An opportunity to meet new friends

Most of the youngsters who come to padel training do so not just because they enjoy playing the game and getting exercise but because it also allows them to meet new friends.


What is padel?

Padel is a racket sport – a cross between tennis and squash – which is easy to learn. That’s because there are few rules to learn, and it’s low impact. Scoring is similar to that of tennis, but with serves done underarm.

Played with a partner and against another two opponents, a padel game takes place on a court. Like squash, most padel points are won by playing tactically. Having said that, it’s still an energetic game. This means that picking up a padel racket and playing results in a good cardiovascular workout as some nice muscle toning.

If you’ve never heard of padel before, you are probably in the minority. There are around 6,000 padel players in the UK right now. With the number of padel venues planned, that number is expected to rocket within the next few years.


Special deals with Padel4all

Want to see what all the fuss is about? Then why not come along before half term and take a look at how the game is played. You can also sign up your youngster – or yourself – for an individual session. If you find your offspring enjoys playing the sport – and we’re sure they most definitely will – then you can sign up for one of our ‘pay and play’ packages. Take out a membership deal, and you’ll save money on regular fees and get priority court bookings. Memberships can be bought online.

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