2019/2020 Annual fees
How to join/renew
Payments can be made either online, or for this year there is still the option to pay by cheque.
Online/BACS transfer: Complete the online form (available here) and then submit payment to: Account Number 71324918 and Sort Code 40-16-03 quoting your last name and postcode as reference.
Cheque: Please make cheques payable to Pentyrch LTC and submit with your completed paper application form (available to download here) to Membership Secretary, David Milsom at 1 Old Mill Drive, Parc Rhydlafar, St Fagans, Cardiff CF5 6HN, or to any committee member.
Once paid, Dave will then provide new members with access to the courts.
Membership Terms and Conditions
Off Peak membership allows use of the courts at all available times except weekdays after 6pm.
Juniors are 16 years of age and under.
Juniors aged under 11 using the courts must be supervised by an adult or student, unless they are participating in a lesson or club activity.
Only children 16 or under (or 22 or under in full-time education) can be included in a Family Membership.
Students are aged between 17 and 22 and in full time education.
Student Seasonal membership is for students in full time education outside of Cardiff and allows use of the courts at all available times between 1st June and 30th September.
By becoming a member, you agree to abide by the Player Code of Conduct
Members are encouraged to become members of British Tennis for free. Only members of British Tennis can take part in the club draw for Wimbledon tickets.
The club is obliged to affiliate all members to Tennis Wales. Affiliation fees are included in the annual subscription. This entitles club members to participate in team matches if desired.
Club membership is open to all and PLTC is committed to ensuring it remains open, accepting and accessible to all sections of society. To achieve this commitment PLTC considers and champions Equality, Diversity and Inclusion issues throughout all aspects of the organisation by welcoming diversity, accepting difference and challenging all forms of discrimination and unjust behaviour.
The Club is run entirely on a voluntary basis and so depends on the energy and enthusiasm of its members. All members have a responsibility to contribute to running the club in some way, at some point. This, of course, does not have to be a major commitment and will depend on several factors, such as job or family situation and could take several forms – including a formal role on the committee, occasional volunteering, taking charge of a specific event or activity or lending technical expertise. If you are the sort of person who likes ‘getting involved’, we will be pleased to hear from you. We welcome any help, as little or as much as you want to give. Contact the chairman or any other club official.