Keep your Celebrations going and win a prize!

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Paul Stimpson

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Table Tennis England staff held their Celebration Fortnight tournament – and dozens more events are taking place up and down the country to mark our Return To The Table campaign.

With thanks to Milton Keynes TTC for hosting, we held a lunchtime doubles tournament, won by Julie Snowdon and Jake Dampier. It’s one of around 70 events taking place at venues stretching from Cornwall to Cleveland.

Remember, we’re offering some great spot prizes and all event hosts could be in with a chance of winning one of two £50 equipment vouchers and one TT Kidz awards starter pack if they post footage or photos from their event on their social media platforms! Don’t forget to use the hashtag #ReturnToTheTable and tag @TableTennisENG – of course, we won’t be including our own event in the draw!

If you can’t post on social media, send us the footage to post on our channels, and you will still be entered into the draw to win. You can send your footage or images to [email protected]

ALL events will be entered into a prize draw and the organisers could win a £500 grant or a visit from a top England player to their venue!

Here’s where events are being held:

The Return to the Table campaign runs until September 27th – to find out more about it, including the Celebration Fortnight from August 30 to September 13, click here.

Remember, over the course of the campaign we are offering FREE access to the online TT Activator Award, which would usually cost £35, to valid members of Table Tennis England. More than 100 people have already taken up this offer!

The online TT Activator workshop has been designed to provide all TT Activators with the tools to run fun and engaging activities in various playing environments. The workshop will provide you with the opportunity to learn the rules of table tennis, the basic technique and some fun and engaging game ideas. It will also give you some tips to ensure inclusivity, allowing everyone to participate regardless of their age, gender, health or ability.

Click here to book a place

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