25th - 29th June 2024 at Stoke Park


The Boodles is pleased to announce that it will be supporting two incredible charities.

We are very much looking forward to welcoming you to The Boodles Tennis! During the week we have an online auction supporting our chosen charities the Teenage Cancer Trust and the SCF Childrens Charity. We want to give you the opportunity to bid now and share with anyone who you think would like to partake in the auction - The Boodles Tennis (superstars-auctions.com)

Check out last year's auction for a taste of some of the wonderful lots that will be on offer

2023 Auction

Thank you for your support and happy bidding!’

Our fundraising partners, ‘Superstars’, will be onsite through the week, providing an incredible online auction of ‘money can’t buy’ experiences, contemporary artworks and sporting memorabilia, to help raise much needed funds for the supported charities.

You will be able to access the online auction via the QR codes which will be displayed at the venue. Some of the auction lots will be on display in the tented village, so please do pop by to take a further look.

To take part and bid, you simply need to register your contact details and then place your bids on your desired auction lots. Keep an eye on your bids throughout the day, and should you get outbid, you will be notified by text or email, allowing you to bid again. The highest bidders will be notified by 5pm each day.

Check out last year's auction for a taste of some of the wonderful lots that will be on offer

2023 Auction

Sports Connections Foundation

Reg Charity No 1133694  

‘Using the power of sport to transform the lives of children and young people.’

For over 14 years, Sports Connections Foundation (SCF) has been a beacon of hope and transformation for children and young people facing various challenges. SCF passionately believe in transcending barriers of race, gender, social background and disability. Together, we champion a world where every child’s dreams are within reach, No Exceptions. No Exclusions. No barriers. We forge paths for a more inclusive tomorrow. We are proud to have engaged with over 586,000 children through our four core strands:  

Sporting Wishes “Making dreams come true for children living with life-threatening illnesses.” SCF create cherished memories and providing hope, real escapism, hope and joy for some of the most incredible children and wonderful families. 

Inspire Through Sport “Developing positive futures for disadvantaged children & young people.” Our programme helps children in their formative years, providing early intervention, positive play & mentoring sessions, mental health & wellbeing support, education & employment opportunities. 

“If it wasn’t for SCF and the support, guidance and help I received I would not be here.” Callum - Aged 18 

ProKick Schools Challenge “Increasing participation in sport, improving mental health & wellbeing.” One of the most exciting initiatives for children and schools across the UK, created also to raise aspirations and educate about global citizenship. 

ITS International “Using sport and education to help guide children away from a life of poverty.” Our ITS International is a small programme that gives children access to sport and empowering them with the tools for a brighter tomorrow. 

To find out more about SCF please go to: www.scfchildrenscharity.org.uk  

Teenage Cancer Trust

Every day, seven young people aged 13-24 hear the words “you have cancer”. They will each need specialised nursing care and support to get them through it. We’re the only UK charity dedicated to meeting this vital need. 

You only get one chance at being young, and those few crucial years will shape the person you become – your relationships and career, your confidence and wellbeing, and your ability to pursue your dreams. Cancer can throw all of that off track. Suddenly, your life’s been turned upside down. You’re scared, and living from one appointment to the next. 

We make sure young people have someone in their corner right from the start. Our specially trained nurses and youth workers walk with young people from diagnosis through every step of their treatment, and for up to two years afterwards, so they can recover and live life to the full. 

Our 28 purpose-built units within NHS hospitals are places where young people can feel at home, meet others their age, and welcome family and friends, while being looked after by a dedicated team of specialists. 

We run events for young people with cancer to help them regain independence and meet other young people going through something similar. And we provide easy-to-understand information about every aspect of living with cancer as a young person. 

We’re here to give every young person facing cancer the very best care and support during treatment and beyond, so cancer doesn’t stop them living their lives. 


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