National Table Tennis Day, an annual celebration of the sport introduced by Table Tennis England in 2014. Each year thousands of people take part in events at clubs, schools, business and town center’s around England, while millions are reached on social media through the hashtag #TableTennisDay.
To celebrate Bishop Auckland Table Tennis Club are running a FREE community open evening on the 18th July 18.00 – 21.00 at Bishop Auckland Table Tennis Centre located at Bishop Barrington School on Woodhouse Lane, bats and balls will be provided you just need to turn up!
The evening will see the Table Tennis Robot in operation, fun table tennis challenges, get some tips from our coaches and of course the chance to just play some games, open to everyone, whether you want to give table tennis a try, return to the game after a break or just have a game your all invited.
“The aim of our open day is show the local community that the club is about table tennis for everyone and you don’t have to be a good player to come and enjoy the sport and the facility. We want everyone in the area to be able to enjoy table tennis and what the club offers. So come on down and have some fun playing table tennis.” said Matthew Porter Club Chairman
http://cmscommander.com/wp-content/uploads/newsdesk/2018/Untitled-4.jpgruns sessions every night of the week for all ages and abilities and new players are always welcome, if you fancy learning or getting back into the sport check out the club’s webpage www.bishopaucklandttc.co.uk or call Matt on 07411018856