On entry to the Club, at the gatehouse, match managers of opposing teams are required to provide a team list. Any individual not included on this list (player or spectator) will not gain access to the Club.
- Players must be dressed in predominantly white tennis clothing, including shoes (80% white to be taken as the guide)
- Shirts may carry a discreet motif, but not a slogan of any description
- Plain white T-shirts may be worn
- Singlets are not permitted, nor are bare midriffs
- Coloured track-suits, coloured sweaters and similar garments may be worn throughout the game during winter months (October to March inclusive)
- Such clothing may also be worn during the warm-up period in the summer months (April to September inclusive)
- The warm-up period would not normally exceed 15 minutes
- Lycra undershorts may be worn, but must either be white or fully covered by outer clothing
- Running shoes or shoes with ribbed or studded soles that might damage the courts (ie pimpled grass court shoes) are not permitted
- Sun visors and baseball caps may be white or coloured
- Coloured warm hats may be worn during the winter months only (October to March inclusive)
- Children (under the age of eight) taking part in organised short tennis (not on a tennis court) may wear coloured clothing
- Children (under the age of eight) taking part in organized short tennis (not on a tennis court) must wear non-marking shoes
- Visitors are required to wear recognised tennis shoes and tennis clothing when using the practice wall
- Any visitor not complying with the above regulations may be asked to leave the court and their guest fee will not be refunded
- The interpretation of the regulations rests solely with the Committee
White tennis clothing is available for sale from the shop at the tennis pavilion.
A weekend car parking fee will apply to any vehicles with spectators only, it will not affect players.