29 June 2019

European tour camp, Belgium


29 June 2019
09:30 AM

age range

12 - 18


Tournament level



  • The camp price is fully inclusive of coaching, accommodation and food, and includes extra afternoon/evening activities such as boat trips / cinema / bike trips
  • The accommodation is 10 minutes drive from the courts and a shuttle bus will transport players to and from the club.
  • Lunch provided at the club
  • Evening meals vary as the players take part in an activity so supper is usually out and about!
  • This camp has maximum 21 players taking part per week across 7 glass back courts with 5 coaches.
  • The price includes all food and activities for residential plyers.

Coaching team

  • Hadrian Stiff
  • Richard King
  • John Welton
  • Tom Ford
  • Mike Hopkins
  • Beth Bond (fitness trainer)

Sample day plan

  • 8am Breakfast
  • 9am run into the university grounds
  • 9.30am Session 1: Technical focus on the daly theme
  • 12.30pm Lunch
  • 2pm Session 2: Conditioned games and fitness training
  • 4.30pm Warm down and review
  • 5pm Snack
  • 6pm Evening activity example: Boat trip around the beautiful town of Bruges
  • 7.30pm evening meal
  • 10pm lights out!


  • Nearest airport – Brussels which is 1 hour direct by train to Bruges / airport collection available
  • Nearest train station – Bruges  – meet and collection provided from the station

Event Price Qty
European tour camp, Belgium - Including accommodation and food £660 (GBP)



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