We welcome members of any age or ability!
The club has been running for over 30 years now and we are always keen to welcome new members (subject to capacity)
Playing table tennis has not only been proven to sharpen reaction, improve reflexes as well as the brain and eyes, it is also a good social activity.
Our club members come from a multitude of backgrounds with ages ranging from 8 years old to the oldest league player in the South of England aged 90.
If you have not played table tennis but would like to give it try and get some help on how to play, Sunday afternoons is the best time to attend. This includes children of any age. We have spare bats you can use.
Some players come to the club purely for fun and the social side, a few then develop into division 4 players which would be their first step into competitive summer and winter leagues.
We currently have around 3 teams in 1st, 2nd and 3rd division and 4 teams in division 4..
At most practice sessions there are players from various divisions wanting to improve their playing skills against each other.
There are 3 tables in the club for practice and training sessions.
We have ramps that fit over our front entrance step for wheelchair access if needed.
There is a kitchen and toilets within the club… Basic refreshments are free.
FOR GENERAL ENQUIRIES PLEASE CONTACT THE CLUB SECRETARY VAL POTTER ON 01227 371331/07563 799260.
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Herne Bay J crowned winners of the 3rd division Knockout Cup Herne Bay E are in the finals of the Dare Cup
Herne Bay A team came second in division 1 and Herne Bay O came second in division 4
Leslie Davies crowned winner of the division 4 singles Canterbury Closed Tournament.
Coaching is now available on Sundays by a TTE Registered Coach. We are also trialling a coaching session every Monday morning from 10:30 till 12:30 for people wanting to play table tennis and improve their basic skills