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1. Milton Keynes Tennis Club - Old Woughton

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· 36 reviews

The Pavilion, Woughton on the Green, Milton Keynes MK6 3EA, United Kingdom

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Milton Keynes Tennis Club: what do users think?
Priyanka Mahanta: I loved it and best tennis club ever
Dominic ROSS-HURST: Best tennis club in Milton Keynes. Fun, friendly and welcoming
Haroon Azam: Great place, friendly people.
Chris Ferguson: The club is very friendly and welcoming, and full of interesting characters. There are some amazing players playing at a very high level. The coaches are excellent, and also great with kids. It's a good club for all standards of players. Most importantly it's an active club with organised mixed social/men/women's sessions, and match play. It's not a cliquey club in any way. There's not yet a swanky clubhouse/bar but maybe that a good thing! There's always the Swan pub around the corner for that!
Simon Collard: Welcoming, friendly and fun club for all levels. Very good social tennis programme.
Vishal Nanda: Lovely place for those who enjoying playing tennis!
Rafat Sai: Very nice. Not too far from the station, about 10 mins drive.
Henry Kafeman: Friendly club.
Anton Bradley: Brilliant
Lamoore: Great place to enjoy a good game, and learn too. Very structured.
Cecilia Aviles: My son tried a tennis class and the teachers were very friendly. Nice place
P: Brilliant club, accommodates all levels and has a very high standard of play. I very much enjoyed playing there for 5 years and would recommend to anyone who is wanting to get into tennis or wants to play competitive matches. Tony is a great organiser and all members are thoroughly welcoming!
Andrea Herrera: Nice and quiet tennis club
James Arnall: Very freindly environment.
Vince Reynolds: Friendly club with wide range of member abilities and backgrounds. Excellent coaching team providing full range of coaching from beginner to international, child to adult. You can just have a knockabout or compete to the (nearly) highest level in one of their teams.
mehrdad silatani: Fantastic place with lovely, friendly and professional coaches

2. Great Linford Tennis Club - Great Linford

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Playing Fields Marsh Drive, Great Linford, Milton Keynes, MK14 5HH, United Kingdom

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3. Old Bradwell Tennis Club - Bradwell

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Abbey Rd, Bradwell, Milton Keynes MK13, United Kingdom

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Francis Onifade: Looks like the tennis courts are well looked after!

4. David Lloyd Milton Keynes - Campbell Park

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Livingstone Dr, Newlands, Milton Keynes MK15 0DL, United Kingdom

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David Thomas: Have been a member for about 20 years.When I joined it was an upmarket racket club, gym and pool. Every year excluding the Covid period the fee increases have outstripped the rate of inflation by several points. Every year the tennis facilities have been degraded and any associated maintenance has been extremely poor. There used to be an attractive terrace overlooking match courts which was a great way to pass an evening. This will cease to exist.The facility was so good to begin with that despite the degradation it still is good but current management seems hell bent on running the tennis facility into the ground.They suggest they are a “listening club “ but are anything but
Graham Howard: I have been a member here for 12 years and up until recently would have posted a 3 or 4 star review. I mainly use the club for tennis and swimming.Recently the club has embarked on a multi million pound “upgrade” programme which is supposed to benefit the members but is in fact a way of the David Lloyd business generating more revenue.They are removing some tennis courts permanently and some more temporarily whilst the building work is being carried out. This means that it is more difficult book a court. Tennis members pay a premium and the club has refused to offer a reduced fee even whilst the work is going on despite the fact that there will be fewer opportunities to play.I have no interest in the new spa facility being constructed but notice also the swimming pool has been unavailable quite often, further restricting the opportunities for existing members.If you plan on joining this club just remember it is a business, not run in the interests of it members.Update on 5th June….they have moved the high impact fitness studio onto a tennis court, this involves very loud music and the instructor shouting into a microphone. This is a huge distraction when playing tennis on the adjoining courts. Once again David Lloyd demonstrate they have no interest in their existing members who play tennis.
Aditya Panwar: This is the worst gym that you can visit in the entire Milton Keynes, the equipments are old, you don’t have proper weights, there is no routine that you can follow on David Lloyds website.They have blaze and it’s almost a month I didn’t get to use it, they have so many requirements that the entire experience becomes very frustrating.They just had sauna and now they have closed it. This is no value for money, the cheapest gymIn Milton Keynes have better facility, equipments.
Rahmon Shittu: Everything you want for a fit and healthy well-being in one place!
F Khan: I just wanted to say a huge thank you to Dica for assisting me in signing up and showing me around the club. He's very friendly and always responds fast if you need anything.
ben sadler: This club has become an absolute disgrace. If you are thinking of joining, they’ll be lovely to you, then once they have you tied in to a contract, they wont give a shiny you know what about you! Membership fees ramp up year after year, with a reduction in the facilities they offer. If you ever email them with a complaint, they either never respond or reply with a robotic, straight bat reply. Unlike other walks of life where you feel like a valued customer, and that someone actually cares about you, DL is a pure money making operation that literally treats you like a number rather than a person. I decided to suspend my m’ship recently for 3 months, and be charged 25% of my normal monthly fee, and I’ll give you one guess what they have charged me! Yep, they couldn’t even get that right, so now I have to waste my time chasing them. I advise you strongly to invest your money elsewhere.
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Christine Ziya: Beware, they don’t care!! Until you become a member, you’ll have their full attention. But beware, you are not a member, you are merely a customer. When they’ve got you, the management do exactly what they like. It is a business, they’ll remind you, not a members’ club. So 6 months after you’ve paid for a year’s membership, they close the sauna, steam room and jacuzzi for upgrades that’ll take nearly 6 months to complete. Compensation, I hear you ask? Of course not! But you can suspend your membership whilst all this is going on. That’ll just cost you a percentage of your monthly membership. And of course there’s the lovely café. Or business centre you should call it because, and who can blame them, people have been using this lovely area to work. It’s free, you can charge your laptop and it’s heated up. And you can leave all your stuff nice and safe whilst you quickly go and work out. Sod the members who have been playing tennis and would like a coffee. But wait, the management is addressing this!!! They’ll make the café bigger…. by taking away some tennis courts. Oh and they also need to extend the gym so some more tennis courts will be used for the gym temporarily. But isn’t this a tennis centre, I hear you ask? Well no, it’s just another business, only concerned by revenue per square meter.Update: the General Manager was invited to a meeting but due to some ‘misunderstanding’ he was unable to attend. He’s promised to me us later this week so watch this space…
Jenny Reynolds: Original post 18th May 2023:My husband and I have been members since the opening 20+ years ago. Our overall experiences have always been positive until the major refurbishment programme. A capital project of this size would have been through lengthy careful planning but we felt that a lot of information is being drip fed outside of the regular newsletter and some of the information were only available through individual member's complaints. Below are just a few examples of our dissatisfaction:1. Annual membership fee increased at the beginning of the year but we will now lose the spa and some tennis courts for more than 6 months. We feel that the membership fee should reverted back to 2022 level or some refunds should be considered.2. Tennis social classes have been cut short despite the availability of courts at the end of the specific social classes. Again, this is a reduction of members’ benefits without compensation.3. Access to spa - its unclear whether access to spa is available indefinitely on our current membership. Transparency and timely communication is vital during the lengthy period of disruption.4. Commitment to improve tennis courts is not clear as part of the project.A group of members have requested a meeting with the general manager on Friday 19th May, so we can voice our concerns and seek common understanding of what will happen and the timescale. We look forward to having a face to face discussion.---19th May 2023 21:31After receiving the response to my Google Review yesterday (within an hour of my original posting) indicating that David would be able to discuss all of the above points with us in the face to face meeting, a group of 20+ members turned up at 18:00 but there was no sign of David anywhere in DL. We were all hugely disappointed and quite offended. Given we have been repeatedly told that most decisions of such an important capital project are made centrally with little influence at local level, could you please respond to my specific questions? We would welcome a virtual meeting be arranged by David Lloyd at your earliest convenience so we can have common understanding of the concerns we raised on numerous occasions.=== 20th May 20:30Without further damaging your corporate and personal integrity, a number of your dissatisfied members would really appreciate your taking proactive corrective measure as soon as practical to initiate a virtual meeting with us. The letter sent to David on 15th May (Monday) had 70 members signatures, so I dont think anyone can call this "anonymous". The organisation or David had 5 working days (meeting was 19th May) to reach out to any one of the 70 members on the letter to request a meeting reschedule. None of us had received anything to suggest the meeting would not go ahead. In fact, based on your response on 18th, a number of members had reorganised their personal arrangements to come to the court with high hope to get some clarifications. Look forward to receiving an invite from the regional or head office.
Amy Holmes: I joined David Lloyd in November 2022 on the Platinum membership for 12 months. I joined for the following reasons:• I was told that I could use the lounge as an office to work from during the day• I wanted to learn to play tennis• The gym had a friendlier vibe than others I’ve been to, and I wanted to improve my fitness level• The spa was a great incentive due to some neck/shoulder/back issues I haveHad I been writing this in December, it would have been a 5* review. However, it’s now May, and things have changed. This was originally 1.3k words, but I’ve cut out a lot of points due to length allowed.The price advertised was £142/pcm. The first month, I paid £262 (I’m guessing £120 was the admin fee for signing up, which seems a tad on the extortionate side, but hey ho). The second month I paid £142. From the third month (January) and every month thereafter, I’ve been paying £158.75. This is an increase of £16.75 a month, with no warning or explanation. Considering I signed up to a 12-month contract, and after two months, the price significantly increased, I find this underhanded and dishonest. However, at this point, I could still justify the value for money.Then the plans for the refurbishment of the club were announced, during which time, the spa is closed, many tennis courts are closed, and half of the lounge is closed. This was a detail sadly not passed onto me during my initial tour in October. My options now are to continue paying more money for a reduced service, or to suspend my membership, thus paying 25% of my fee, for a service I will not be able to access at all.So, I am now paying £158.75 a month for:• Using a lounge that is not, despite how it was sold to me, intended for use as a business/working lounge. For refurb works, half the lounge is now closed off and blackout sheets cover the windows of an entire side, blocking off the lights, and making the space dark, depressing and unwelcoming• With four tennis courts currently blocked off for construction, several more in a sad state of repair and plans for further courts to be used as a temporary gym space, it means that tennis players are struggling to book courts. In fact, session times have also been reduced. And following these works, two of these courts will be lost permanently to expansion of the outside patio, the lounge and a new Mind and Body Studio• The gym still feels friendly enough. I guess that’s worth the £158.75 I’m paying…?• There is no spa until at least December. The plans for the new one sound great, and we’ve been told existing members will continue to have access to the new state-of-the-art facility. But for how long? Will this be another situation of getting something for two months, becoming used to the facility, incorporating it into your new routine, and then in month three, suddenly your membership costs increase dramatically, or you’re expected to sign up to the more expensive Diamond Membership to maintain access to a facility you’ve now fallen in love with?To summarise, I signed up on a price that lasted a mere two months, and am now stuck in a 12 month contract paying a price I didn’t agree to. Not to mention, I’m paying more for an increasingly reduced service. Do I want to cancel or suspend my membership? No. I simply want what I signed up to in the first instance. I want to pay £142/pcm until the end of my contract and I would like to be reimbursed the £83.75 I’ve paid in excess of my original fees since January. A further reduction in fees should be par for the course for all members during the refurb works, but having seen the responses to all other similar reviews, emails and verbal complaints, I know that this is the most fantastical of all pipedreams.To anyone considering joining, I’d advise them to wait until all the refurb works are done, and then ensure they have approximately £200+/pcm to spend, just to be safe. David Lloyd is a business before all else, focused on increasing profits at the expense of member experience.
Adam Ziya: Do they care about prospective customers? Oh yes!Do they care about existing members? Absolutely not!Do they have a price list for membership fees? You must be joking!Do you get a say about changes to facilities? Nil pointDo they offer compensation when most of the tennis courts are out of use? Why would they?Do you feel valued as a member? You are not a member!! You're a customer, they've got plenty of thoseWhy am I still a member? Because monopolies ruleWould i recommend David Lloyd MK? Not a chance
Antariksh Saxena: I am with David Lloyd for 2years; but my experience was far from satisfactory. The badminton court was poorly maintained and inadequate lighting, making it difficult to play comfortably.To make matters worse, there was no Wi-Fi available near the badminton court, which was quite inconvenient. In this digital age, it's disappointing not to have access to basic amenities like Wi-Fi.Moreover, the spa has been closed for next six months. It was advertised as a feature of the facility, but I was unable to enjoy it due to its prolonged closure. Even before the closure, the spa and pool areas were not well-maintained, with signs of neglect and lack of cleanliness. Most of time Spa/jacuzzi is out of action.What adds to the frustration is the lack of compensation or alternatives offered during the refurbishment period. I understand the need for renovations, but it's disheartening to not receive any compensation or alternative options to enjoy the facilities I paid for.Overall, my experience at David Lloyd was far from satisfactory. The lack of maintenance, poor lighting in the badminton court, absence of Wi-Fi, and extended closure of the spa facilities make it difficult for me to recommend this place
Vik: I have been a member for just over five years and I am getting increasingly more frustrated with how existing members are being treated.Membership numbers clearly exceed capacity but it hasn’t stopped DL from signing up even more members. The result is that it’s nearly impossible to enjoy spa and book courts or classes during peak times. This begs a question what are we paying for?As of May 2023 DL decided to renovate some of their facilities. The spa will be shut for six months until the end of 2023 and tennis courts capacity has been reduced so it’s practically impossible to book courts during peak hours.DL keep apologising to the members and promised to give access to new facilities to all existing members once the facilities are ready. I am puzzled as to why DL believe this to be an incentive. Those are the facilities we are already paying for.I am also puzzled when DL say they believe they offer a good value for money. Some believe the earth is flat, some don’t. You have to look at facts and figures. The fact is that facilities that differentiate DL from local competition have been taken away. The membership fees have not been adjusted to compensate for reduction in facilities. Those are the facts, not beliefs.In summary, I have signed up to the club to play tennis and enjoy the spa. Spa has been taken away completely and tennis is impossible to book unless I want to play during the day. My membership fees remained unchanged and DL believe they offer a good value for money. As an insult, they have offered members to suspend their membership, but with a caveat of paying 25% of their membership fee.Their only saving grace is that there isn’t a competing local business that can offer similar facilities as a one stop shop. Otherwise members would leave in numbers.
Paul Henriksen: Currently undergoing refurbishment with no reduction in fees. Many facilities closed, restricted or being used for builders storage. If you are thinking of joining, wait until 2024 and look elsewhere in the meantime.
Paula del Pozo: Lack of customer service in this place. They started some renovations and they close the soft play and play area with tables to be sit down until September. The main reason I am going to DL is because my son can play there but now? The spa is closed until December, ok… and if you are not giving the same services as before why we are paying the same money??? So now I am paying for nothing. Don’t worry, they don’t care! If you are not happy with the service ( slow, lack of customer service, reception doesn’t know anything when you have a question, tables not cleaned…) and they are not providing the same service than before because renovations, shouldn’t we have a discount?????? The only thing that is positive is the gym staff.Other thing, the lifeguard is there for nothing. Baby swimming pool full of 12 years old kids and my 4 years son crying but they don’t care.The 1 star is for the gym staff and blaze staff. They are amazing.
Vera: When you have a silly issue it takes long time to be resolved. Staff at the reception are not trying to help customers but just get rid of them. The manager doesn’t even listen to you, nor he introduces himself. He basically repeats what the staff tell you without even listening to you.
Edward Yabsley: The staff on hand are very nice, helpful and friendly but the club feels worn out in an ever increasing number of places. The upcoming renovations will of course solve this but the disruption will be born by the members without and consideration in relation to membership fees.
Ksiu V.: If you sign a contract, then it will be a problem to cancel that. You will be terrorized and extorted money. The manager will deceive you when signing the contract. Read the contract carefully.
Constantino Charalambous: The gym is big but it is the correct size for the number of members. In the evenings it is too busy.Weights and machines are not cleaned and there is no schedule to do so. Your hands wash black after using the gym. Management promised action several times but did not. The equipment is also not maintained. There doesn't appear to be a maintenance/repair schedule as machines are left in disrepair... including the floor which has had tape marking the damaged area for months.There was a hole in the ceiling in the spa area, covered by a square of cardboard for many months. The tiling in the sauna took the best part of a year to do and they never bothered to do the top row to complete the job.The 'hydropool' (jacuzzi) is too cold: 34°C. It just feels like sitting in a slightly warmer swimming pool. The chlorine in it is also so strong that your eyes burn standing next to it. The floor material of the jacuzzi wasn't stretched out properly and has left a folded texture on the floor.The outdoor pool was closed to change the filter during the hot period of summer. They had 25years notice to time this correctly. In general the outdoor area/pool gets too busy to use in summer.During summer, the outdoor bar remained closed.... Although they put out jugs of water...Extremely expensive for what they provide. The next price increase will be to £194 per month (+/- £2 ...can't find the email), and I'm on a discounted rate.There is an annual (Jan) price increase for all members. Because I had opted out of marketing emails, I was not informed of this. In 2023 this was 11.5%. This increase would be enough to pay for a 'normal' gym membership elsewhere.Aesthetically, the gym doesn't _look_ like a 200/m gym. No luxurious feel like you get in European spas. Even with the upcoming renovations, they're bolt ons... They won't change the vibe of the gym and won't improve the overall management and maintenance of the gym.In summary, it's not looked after and it's really hard to see what you're given in exchange for such a high price. To put it in perspective, a top tier Virgin is £107/m.... Half.Side note: what's up with all these glossy 5* reviews with pictures of the gym.... Looking lit up and empty. It never looks like that. They even respond and thank the fake reviewer.
Jackie Roberts: Love it here
Rachel Rowe: I have been a member for 5 years now and sadly I am on the verge of cancelling my membership. The offering in particular for our young son has really gone downhill. It’s all to to do with staffing but we are paying the same for less. The club also looks tired in places and during the day feels like a hired office space with people working from the gym, I don’t begrudge this but it’s hard to get a table.Staff are generally friendly but the atmosphere in the club is just not what it was and I’m mainly a member for my son and some nights there are no classes on and on others it is the same class repeated which is pretty boring!
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5. Wolverton Tennis Club - Wolverton and Greenleys

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6. Newport Pagnell Tennis Club - Newport Pagnell

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7. Stony Stratford Lawn Tennis Club - Stony Stratford

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8. G2E Tennis & Sports Club - Cranfield

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9. Nigel Willard Tennis - Newport Pagnell

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