Get in touch
West Heaton is a very busy club, with many sections. As such there is always a large team of volunteers who are invaluable to the day-to-day running of the club, and all our various social nights, tournaments and gatherings.
If you have a query about something, please get in touch with someone from the relevant committee. All subscriptions queries should go to the Subscriptions Treasurer.
Directions & General Enquiries
West Heaton Bowling, Tennis and Squash Club is situated off Prince's Road in Heaton Moor, near Tithe Barn School.
Address: Prince's Road, Stockport SK4 3NH, UK
(We’ll call you back if you leave a message on the answering service)
Chair: Eddie Tasker
Secretary: Sue Mansfield (also Rep on General Committee)
Treasurer: Dave Porter
Team Co-ordinator: Eddie Tasker
Competitions: Eddie Tasker & Andrew Dunne
Social Bowling Co-ordinator: Ita Gannon
Other committee members:
Derek Bond, Andy Clegg, Andrew Dunne, Ita Gannon, Chris Law,
Enid Monks, Doris Moores, Lorraine Tasker (also Rep on General
Committee), Clive Toon
Grounds and Green Reps: Eddie Tasker/Sue Mansfield
President, Immediate Past President, Vice-President, Hon. Secretary, Hon. Treasurer, Subscriptions Treasurer, Helen Barker, Andrew Dunne, Pete Goulding, Eddie Tasker, Lorraine Tasker, Julie Woosey and our Limited Company Rep
Chair: Julie Woosey (also Officer on General Committee)
Secretary: Patsy Kane
Treasurer: Helen Barker (also Rep on General Committee)
Coaching Reps: Andy Perry & Richard Meadowcroft (also Social Tennis)
Team Tennis Reps:
Sofia Milone (also Web & Tech) & Dave Paton (also Tournaments)
House & Grounds: Pete Goulding
Junior Tennis Coordinator: Helen Taylor
We are also supported by Social Tennis Co-ordinator Debbie Bond and Match Secretary Maggie Judkins.
If you would like to join the the Social Whatsapp group contact Andy Rayner on 07771 606 071. As a courtesy to other members, please only post in the group during the hours of 8am and 10.30pm and limit posts to WH related events and business.
We are all grateful for the work our volunteers put in to keep West Heaton running smoothly. The more people get involved, the lighter the workload for everyone. It need not be a big commitment, it might be regular or just every now and then. Here are just a few examples of the many ways to do this:
Help with club events:
Setting up the pavilion before an event
Helping with various tasks during an event e.g.taking tickets on the door, selling raffle tickets
Clearing up afterwards
Help to keep the House & Grounds looking smart:
Cutting the grass
Join a section committee
Put forward ideas for social events Organise a Quiz or Games Night
Contact the Social Committee to make suggestions.
Look out, also for emails requesting help at various times of the year. Get involved, find new friends and help make your Club a successful and happy one!