It will come as no surprize that at the present time all community clubs have been put on hold whilst the college finalise the 4000 students back into learning and manage suitable numbers on site, together with developing our already established on line programme for teaching.
There will be no community table tennis before the start of October at the earliest and I am hoping that we will sign off some play later this month. As soon as this is allowed, I will be back in touch with those on the previous programmes to update you.
The table tennis sessions will be undergoing some changes in the terms of payments and programmes and we will only have 6 tables initially available for coaching. When we do get to go live, the sessions will available to book via our on-line platform and full details on this again will follow as soon as I have more information. It can also be access direct on our web site at
The good news is that our coaching team will remain the same with myself and Michele Reeves running the groups.
I can appreciate that some of you are desperate to get back to playing but making a safe environment and abiding by the National Governing Body guidelines is key to a safe learning environment.
Thank you again for your patience.
Head of Table Tennis Academy
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Bristol & District Table Tennis League was formed in October 1902 and is currently recognised as the oldest table tennis league in the world. It is one of the largest local leagues in the country with over 400 players playing in 8 divisions.
Any new players interested in playing table tennis, either for fun or in the league can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org