How to watch our Ask us Anything live broadcast

Paul Stimpson

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With just a few days to go until our Ask us Anything event live on Facebook, it is shaping up to be a wide-ranging discussion on topics our members have asked us to address.

We’ve received dozens of questions on subjects ranging from competitions to marketing, membership to performance and finance to mass participation.

The live broadcast will be on our Facebook page on Sunday (September 6), starting at 7.30pm. It has been extended from an hour to 75 minutes as we have received so many questions.

The panel comprises our Chief Executive Sara Sutcliffe, Chairman Sandra Deaton, Director of Sport Simon Mills, Technical Director Alan Cooke and Programme Manager Matthew Stanforth and will be chaired by Liam McTiernan.

Liam, who is part of the Table Tennis England Members’ Advisory Group as well as being a top-40 player in the rankings, will ask further questions as the discussion develops, to ensure the fullest possible answers are given.

Viewers will also have the opportunity to ask questions on the night.

Sara Sutcliffe said: “Thanks to all those who have sent in their questions. We have worked with Liam to group questions into themes and we aim to address as many of them as possible in the time available.

“Having advance notice of these questions means we will be able to give the most accurate and complete answers possible, and of course we will also answer any additional questions which come up on the night.

“This is an important event for us in our goal of transparent governance – and no topics are off limits.”

Table Tennis England will send a direct response to everyone who has emailed us a question, including those we are unable to deal with because of limited time on the night, as well as a small number which are individual in nature.

To watch the broadcast, simply visit our Facebook page at 7.30pm on Sunday.


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