As a club our aim is provide opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to play table tennis and our timetable is designed to offer everyone a suitable session to attend.
We want you to feel you can come to a session no matter your age or level, as you can!
With Covid -19 regulations in place we are running a reduced timetable but still offering everyone a suitable opportunity to play table tennis.
Sessions have no dress code but we do suggest sportswear and trainers, Your Bat and balls are provided so no need to buy anything prior to attending.
Your first session if free and then each session is £3.25 which can be paid via Coacha app or via card at the hall.
Junior Coaching – 6-18-year old’s
Our junior coaching groups are split into 3 groups - Beginners – Intermediate and Top squad
This is a progressive pathway based on ability and ambition in the sport, with players moving up the groups as their skills improve.
Adult coaching -18+
Open to all adults usually adults with some base skills
Back to Table Tennis 18+
For people new into the sport or those returning after a long period out the sport or social players.
Booking on sessions
With the new covid -19 regulations, you can no longer just turn up to the sessions we now need you to pre-book your place at the sessions via Coacha, our management software.
if you haven’t yet booked on to a session, or created a Coacha account, we have created a how to guide to help you through the process
How to Guide
you can watch a video on how to book on.
How to Video
Covid 19 Code of conduct and Regulations
we are committed to running table tennis for everyone to enjoy and is open to members and new players of all levels, however in order to open we do have to follow strict guideline set out by Table Tennis England to ensure everyone is kept safe while enjoying table tennis
Before you do join us we do ask that you read and understand the new Code of Conduct and our hall Regulations Main Sports hall and Table Tennis Hall as you will be asked to sign to agree to follow then at the sessions
All our sessions are led by UKCC qualified licensed coaches, which includes first aid and safeguarding training and holding a valid DBS. Each coach brings their own style and expertise’s to the sessions but all operate under the club coaching philosophy of an holistic, self-directed development approach.
You can meet our coaches prior to your first sessions so you know who is who
Bishop Barrington School is located on Woodhouse Lane, on the opposite side of the road to St John's RC and Bishop Auckland College. Once inside the school grounds, follow the signs for straight on towards the sports hall.