Commons speaker to join 24 hour tennis challenge

The speaker of the House of Commons will kick off a 24-hour charity tennis challenge in Stratford tomorrow. The challenge, which is raising money for Welcombe Hills School and Children in Need, has been organised by local businessman and Stratford Tennis Club member Chris Onslow.

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