Brighton Table Tennis Club's home venue is The Fitzherbert Centre, 36 Upper Bedford Street, Kemptown, Brighton, BN2 1JP.
about the club
Table Tennis England's
Equality Award Winner 2016
National Table Tennis Club of the Year 2015
The UK's first Club of Sanctuary - welcoming Refugees & Asylum Seekers
Registered Charity Number 1160103
Brighton Table Tennis Club works with people of all ages, especially young people, to improve health, celebrate diversity and build a strong community.
Brighton Table Tennis Club was founded in 2007 at the Brighton Youth Centre to provide top class Table Tennis Coaching for local young people.
Since then we have grown to become one of the country’s biggest Table Tennis Clubs. We have an expanding programme for players of all ages and abilities with over a thousand people playing each week across Brighton & Hove.
We run sessions for young people of all ages and backgrounds, those aged 50+, adults with learning disabilities, children in care, at over 10 schools, colleges and more.
We are always looking at new ways to engage young people through table tennis, however, for some, the cost of equipment and training sessions deters them from taking part.
Please help us to build a fund which we can use for this purpose by donating through Local Giving.
Just £10 pays for a beginners table tennis bat and £30 pays for club kit for 10 children from low income households. Please just click on the button below and donate now.
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