New Racket Court at Tonbridge School
Only three racket courts have been built in the UK during the last century, of which two have had the playing surface supplied and laid by Ryebrook Resins.
Rackets began as an 18th century pastime in London and has changed little since that time. It is played in an enclosed court and only three racket courts have been built in the UK during the last century, of which two have had the playing surface supplied and laid by Ryebrook Resins. Guests attending the opening of the new court at Tonbridge School had the opportunity to play on the court, with its unique red floor before a special exhibition match.
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