1977 Junior Midlands tennis team coached by George Dignan at Waterstone Crook sports dome.
This is the badge of Newport Tennis Club (now known as WANT - Wormit and Newport Tennis).
A centenary account of the history of Newport Lawn Tennis Club 1884 - 1984.
Romance at Newport Tennis Club. Pictured are Ken Guttridge and Florence Clark. The inscription on the back of the photograph is 'When we first met at Newport Tennis Club 1947’. Happy to report they had a long and happy marriage!
Newport Tennis Club masked fancy dress ball in late 1940s These balls were an annual event and always well supported.
Newport Housewives Tennis Group 1960s Back L-R: Jean Nicholson; Madge Blair; May Currie; Margaret Kay; Margaret Lindsay; Muriel Dow. Front L-R: Emma McConnell; Muriel Wallace; Rita McNicol; Pat Latto; Jenny Garden.
Newport ladies tennis 1954.
Players at the Newport Tennis Club in 1930s. Back left Ken Guttridge. Front right Ron Guttridge.
Newport Lawn Tennis Club programme card for annual ball, held on Boxing Day 1952.
Newport Tennis Club centenary dance ticket 1984.
Newport Tennis Club coaching sessions c. 2000.
Newport Tennis Club dance in 1948. Marguerite Fairweather is second from left in front row.
Clearly a special occasion at Newport Tennis Club for these members c. 1900.
Newport Tennis Club prize-giving 1972. Prizes are being presented by Dr John Berry of Tayfield. As patron of the club he very often presented prizes. Mrs Bride Berry looks on.
Photograph of Newport Tennis Club members having a break for tea in the pavilion. 1950s.
Framed photo of the members of Newport Tennis Club, probably taken in the early 1900s.
This postcard was taken from Victoria Park and shows Newport tennis courts and the view across East Newport to Dundee.
Framed photo of Dr John Berry presenting prizes at Newport Tennis club, 1972. Mrs Bride Berry looks on.
Seacraig Tennis Club East Newport. This was the other Newport Tennis Club! Early in the 20th century they had a court laid out on land in the grounds of Seacraig House between King Street and Union Street.
Tennis at Newport in 1930s. Douglas Jeffrey extreme left, Frank Harrison next to him and Ronald Morton extreme right. Back right is Nancy Guttridge.
Lovely tennis group, actually a team from Dundee High School, but in the centre is team captain Isobel Guttridge. The Guttridge family lived in Kilnburn and were a well known tennis playing family, with other members of the family, Ken, Ron and Florence, also appearing in our archive.