Renewals and donations mount up – thank you all!

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Paul Stimpson

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We’d like to thank all members who have already signed up for the new season, with the number well over 10,000 already and rising every day.

Remember, membership fees have been frozen for the fourth successive season and our Club Play category remains free of charge for 2021/22.

Click here to renew your membership

If you have requested a discount under our 50% discount offer, please remember that the codes we have issued expire at the end of August.

If you had an auto renewal on your account but it wasn’t collected, this could have been for one of a number of reasons:

  • We had to remove it due to a request for a discount
  • The card used to set it up has expired
  • A known issue with three banks on the day it was due to be collected

Auto renewal can easily be set up again when renewing online – or please contact our team on 01908 208860 and they can do it for you.

We’d also like to thank the numerous members who have also made a voluntary extra donation when they have renewed their membership.

We have provided the option for people to make a contribution of any size they wish and to indicate a preference for how the money is spent, choosing from five options:

  • Covid recovery
  • Local club development
  • Youth development
  • Talent & high performance
  • Centenary project

We will update later this year on the total amount donated and how it will be spent.

If you have not yet renewed, you will have the option to make an extra donation when you do so. If you have already renewed, or for whatever reason do not intend to renew your membership currently but wish to make a donation, you can do so by clicking here.

Table Tennis England Chief Executive Sara Sutcliffe said: “We’re very pleased to welcome our members back for the 2021/22 season. It has been a difficult 18 months and I know everyone will have missed competing last season.

“When our members join us, they can be assured they can return to the sport with confidence, thanks to the hard work of our development team and of the countless volunteers up and down the country who are helping to ensure the sport is safe and welcoming.

“I am confident old friendships, the competitive spirit and the inclusive ethos of clubs and leagues will be rekindled and our sport can return stronger than before the pandemic.”

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