Important Notices

Welcome to Rayne Table Tennis Club

Rayne Table Tennis Club was founded in 1976 and you can see the history of the Club on another page. Our Club Room is part of Rayne Village Hall and we are very lucky to have use of the room twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. This means that outside of scheduled League matches, the Club is available for practice.

We play in the Braintree and District Table Tennis League and we are the largest Club in that League, running nine teams in 2015/16.

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