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Batts Table Tennis Club

batts.org.uk

BATTS is a thriving and very popular centre for table tennis in Harlow. We have members from a very wide area with players regularly travelling from many parts of south east England to use our superb facilities. We were designated as a TALENT DEVELOPMENT CENTRE by Table Tennis England in 2014 and as such we offer top class coaching for keen young players at all levels.

As a 5 Star Premier Club we offer playing conditions of international standard, but remain a friendly club where enthusiastic players can practice table tennis on a social level as well as serious training.

We run many of our own competitions as well as hosting top class events such as Senior British League and County matches.

As well as 15 top quality tables our facilities include a great viewing area/cafeteria with wifi and changing rooms/showers.

See our website batts.org.uk for more information about our club.

Address:
Norman Booth Centre
Elderfield, Mulberry Green
Old Harlow
Harlow, CM17 0EY

Phone:
01279 438199

Fusion Table Tennis Club

fusionttc.co.uk

Fusion Table Tennis Club is one of the largest community based table tennis clubs in London and the UK. The club has been running for over 25 years from very humble beginnings starting with one table tennis table on a balcony of a sports hall! The club now has over 100 members and runs coaching and training sessions 5 days a week and open club sessions on weekends.

Fusion welcomes all players from beginners to international level players, from ages 5 to 70 and attracts players from a very diverse range of cultural and ethnic backgrounds who come together to share their passion for table tennis. The club has as a thriving junior section lead by a team of passionate and committed coaches. The club runs teams in the local Bromley league and in Junior/Senior/Veterans and Ladies British Leagues. In 2012 Fusion were Senior British League Premier Champions.

Fusion TTC have recently moved venues from Bromley to South Bermondsey into a converted warehouse right next to Millwall Football Club. This marks the start of another exciting chapter in the clubs journey.

Address:
Unit 2
Stockholm Road,
London SE16 3LP

Phone:
01279 438199

John Dennison:
07831 808400

Martin Smith:
07958 713002 or email admin@fusionttc.co.uk

General Practice Session times:
Monday 6-10pm
Tuesdays 8-10pm,
Thursdays 6-10pm,
Saturdays 1-7pm,
Sundays 12-5pm

Junior Coaching Session times:
Monday 6-7pm,
Tuesdays 4.45-7pm,
Wednesdays 4-6pm,
Thursdays 4.45-7pm,
Fridays 4.45pm-7pm,
Saturdays 10am to 1pm

Travel:
Train - South Bermondsey – 8 min walk
Tube - Bermondsey on Jubilee Line
Bus - 21, 53, 172, to Old Kent Road
Bus - P12 to Ilderton Road
Car - Sat Nav - enter postcode SE16 3LP

From the Old Kent Rd (A2) turn into Ilderton Rd then turn right into Stockholm Rd (Please note there is limited parking on Stockholm Road, however there is sufficient parking on the surrounding streets)

London Moberly Table Tennis Club

londonmoberly.co.uk

We are one of the few Table Tennis Club in the Heart of London and we are committed in providing our members the facility to enjoy the widest range and choice in all aspect of table tennis. This will include practice night, league play, competitions (local and national) and coaching. Our members are catered for boys, girls, adults, disabled, juniors, beginners and for all children of different ages and also welcome senior citizens and pensioners.

We would welcome all interested players, and beginners alike to earn your trust and join us at the training facility located at Kensal Rise.

Address:
Moberly Sports and Educations Centre
Aspenlea Road Hammersmith
W6 8LH,London
Beside Charing Cross Hospital

Phone:
07545581624

Email:
moberlytabletennisclub@gmail.com

Nearest Train:
Queens Park Station (Bakerloo Line)

Playing Times:
Friday 5:00pm to 7pm Kids Coaching
Friday 7:00pm To 10pm Adults Session
Saturday 2:00pm to 4:00pm Kids Coaching
Saturday 4:00pm To 7:00pm Adults session

South Wonston Table Tennis Club (SWTTC)

Having started in South Wonston's Village Hall, hosting club nights once a week, on two tables for many years, we were fortunate to obtain a significant amount of Sport England funding in 2013 to enable us to move to larger premises and purchase 12 new tables.

Now located in Winchester at The Westgate Secondary School, SWTTC makes use of their excellent facilities to provide coaching for juniors and space for adults to practise. We are a thriving club with a particular focus on training young players while adult members enjoy regular practise nights and league competition in one of our teams.

Our coaches tailor training to players' abilities with specialist sessions for those with particular aptitude. New players are always welcome : beginners coaching starts at 6.15pm on Thursdays; intermediates/advanced from 7.30pm Thursdays. Adults wanting to try the sport can come along on Fridays at any time between 7 and 9pm.

Address:
The Westgate Secondary School Gymnasium
Cheriton Road
Winchester SO22 5AZ

Contact:
Head Coach Paddy Shephard paddyshephard@googlemail.com

Brighton Table Tennis Club

Brighton Table Tennis Club works with people of all ages, especially young people, to improve health, celebrate diversity and build a strong community.

History of the Charity

The Club was founded in February 2007 by two ex-international table tennis players with the specific aim of using table tennis as a tool to engage children and young people living in the most deprived parts of the City and provide them with opportunities to reach their potential.

As the Club has grown we have expanded our reach to people with learning disabilities, over 50s, looked after children, refugees, LGBT, as well as adults from the local community. Today the Club benefits from a uniquely diverse membership which creates a vibrant atmosphere, in which strong friendships have formed across social and cultural barriers.

Our Values

Community: The Club has a strong ethos of inclusion and diversity which creates a friendly and vibrant community.
Respect: Everyone at the Club is expected to have due regard for the feelings, wishes and rights of others.
Solidarity: Our staff, 40+ volunteers and players work together with a sense of unity and common interest.
Competition: It is important to provide opportunities for players to compete at a level that is right for them and we enable them to participate in local and national competitions as appropriate.

Awards

2015 Table Tennis England Club of the Year
2016 Table Tennis England Equality Award
2016 First Club of Sanctuary in the UK - welcoming refugees and asylum seekers

Tel:
07985 141788

Email:
tim@brightontabletennisclub.com

Web:
www.brightontabletennisclub.co.uk