GET ACTIVE AT MESSINGHAM GRANGE

tennis, fishing & more!

TENNIS

Everyone is welcome at the Tennis Centre whether you're a high-flying county junior, beginner, or seasoned senior. Courts may be booked on a pay and play basis, or you can join the Messingham Grange Tennis Club.

Coaching for Juniors is on Monday-Friday nights from 4.30-6.30pm, for all levels of play, from beginners to club standard players.

Membership comes with a whole host of benefits including addtional complimentary court hire!

 

Weekday outdoor courts pay & play fees!


Without Floodlights £8 per hour
With Floodlights £10 per hour

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FISHING

Our 1.4 acre pond (approx.) is available for fishing 365 days per year for our on-site guests. 

Boasting an array of carp, perch, bream and much more, our secluded location is perfect for those relaxing days! With views over the first tee, and our warming clubhouse for all your tasty supplies, you can be sure to have the perfect fishing day out with us.

 

Warning from the Environment Agency: National rod and line licences are required to fish all waters. They are patrolled regularly by Agency Bailiffs. Midland Regional Byelaws apply.

Under 14's must be accompanied by an adult.

 

Day Rates: Dawn - 8pm (Dusk if earlier) 

£6 per rod per day.

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SALSA (NOT THE SAUCE)

Are you looking to learn a new skill, make new friends or just join a social and like-minded group of people in an easy and comfortable environment? 

Step 1, 2, 3, 4 and join Stephanie & Roy on a Wednesday evening from 7 - 9 for their beginner only Salsa classes in our spacious venue. 

Food and drink is available on site so make a night of it and bring your friends!

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WALKING & CYCLING

Nestled on the border of North Lincolnshire, Messingham Grange is in a great location for those looking for a little more active break. 

 

The Lincolnshire Wolds is 216 square miles of rolling countryside with plenty of marked paths to walk or cycle, including the Viking Way which cuts through its' spine. 

 

A stone's throw from the site is Laughton & Twigmoor Woods. Popular with dog walkers', pedestrians and cyclists these two areas are great to breathe in the great outdoors and offer unmarked paths to wander the dense trees.  

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