The money will be used for outdoor gym equipment and to refurbish tennis courts at the Queen Elizabeth II Park in Toton Lane.
Congratulations to our 2012 Summer County Leaderboard winners who have received medals and prizes.
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Three of Great Britain’s medalists from the London 2012 Paralympic Games are among a field of more than 50 players from seven countries set to contest the Nottingham Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament, which takes place next week at Nottingham Tennis Centre from 25 - 28 October.
Three junior tennis players from Nottingham took part in the LTA's national Talent ID at the Bolton Arena.
They were among 80 youngsters from across the country invited to the session.
The trio were Loughborough HS pupil Livvy Tomkins, who trains at Nottingham Tennis Centre, and Dominic West, 13, and Alice Hill, 12, who train at Loughborough.
Seven of the ten-strong squad that represented ParalympicsGB at the London 2012 Games secured wins on a successful first day for the Brits at Nottingham Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament
Local Nottinghamshire star David Phillipson upset the odds to book his place in the semi-finals on the second day of play at Nottingham Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament.
Defending champion Gordon Reid recorded a straight sets win over fellow Brit David Phillipson to book his place in the men's singles final at Nottingham Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament today.
World No.2 Maikel Scheffers made it a double as he lifted the men's singles and doubles titles at the Nottingham Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament today.
Great Britain will host its highest status of tournaments yet on the ITF’s 2013 NEC Wheelchair Tennis Tour, with the Tennis Foundation delighted to announce that October’s Nottingham Indoor tournament has been upgraded to ITF 1 Series status for the first time.